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Winners Announced for LiveSafe Campus Safety App Drawing


Posted 11/27/2018
Submitted by Jonathan Easterbrook
Category: Student Announcements

Students were asked to submit a photo standing with a public safety officer using the Livesafe app. Here, Chloe Ariola alongside Officer Rodriguez.

Students were asked to submit a photo standing with a public safety officer using the Livesafe app. Here, Chloe Ariola alongside Officer Rodriguez.

Thank you to all students who downloaded LiveSafe, the free mobile app designed to prevent crime and enable better incident response, and entered the student promotion during October and the first half of November.

Congratulations to the following prize winners whose names were drawn among all entries submitted:

  • HP Envy 6255 Photo Printer, courtesy of Procurement Services
    Winner: Nicholas Gambardella 
  • $10 HawkCash gift cards, courtesy of Office of Marketing and Communication 
    Winners: Rachel Huynh, Matthew Maiello, Loudania Michel, Chloe Ariola, Karl Rohrbach, Becca Chien, Eve Betterini, Destiny Kirk, Cianna Winkler, and Maya Germain 
  • Universal cell phone chargers, courtesy of Public Safety 
    Winners: Michaela DeFoe, Quimby Wechter, John Contino, Anthony DiMascio, Frank Novak, Karishma Galani, Josh Keslinger, Samantha Norman, Mikayla Tavares, and Erica Keane

Winners should pick up their prizes in the Office of Marketing and Communication in the lower level of University Commons, right across from The Hawk's Nest. Please bring your student ID.

All students are encouraged to download and familiarize themselves with the LiveSafe app. LiveSafe's core features include quick tip submittal via text with picture and video attachments (including the option to stay anonymous), live chat with public safety officials, fast access to emergency phone numbers that initiate location tracking when called, a comprehensive safety map that pinpoints incidents on or near campus, and a peer-to-peer tool called SafeWalk that allows friends to watch out for each other through location monitoring and group chat. 

LiveSafe: An App You Should Not Be Without

Students were asked to submit a photo standing with a public safety officer using the Livesafe app. Here, Chloe Ariola alongside Officer Rodriguez.

Students were asked to submit a photo standing with a public safety officer using the Livesafe app. Here, Chloe Ariola alongside Officer Rodriguez.