KNUST Exams Week: Important Security Tips to Students ; The KNUST Security Service has provided students with some security suggestions, as persons with malicious intents see this as a fruitful season to commit crimes against innocent KNUST students both on-campus and outside the four walls of the great university. As a result, the university’s security service has established basic security guidelines that all students are expected to follow in order to protect themselves from the threats that these intruders can pose during the exams.
Move-in pairs or groups during the night
Armed robbery and student attacks in the past have shown that the criminals arrive at night and conceal in places with no lights. When you are alone, they assault you and steal your things. While a result, students are urged to walk in pairs as they prepare for their end-of-semester exams and to avoid using paths without lights at night.
Avoid talking to strangers
Another tactic utilized by these thieves is to approach you as a stranded stranger in need of assistance, then exploit your fragility. The security service advises you not to pay attention to anyone who tries to engage you in a lengthy chat. If these people require assistance, direct them to any nearby security.
Always lock your room doors
To keep your belongings safe, the security agency recommends that you lock your doors whenever you leave the house. No matter how long you plan to go outside, even if it’s just to use the restroom, remember to lock your doors.
- Avoid leaving electronic gadgets and bags in people’s care.
- Avoid the use of earphones in dark areas.
- Don’t send electronic gadgets and valuable to exams centers.
The Knust security has put in place the necessary safeguards to ensure the safety of each student.
- KNUST Sends Students Strong Security Precautions; Follow Them to Have a Good Time on Campus.
- General Notice: Knust Releases Security Advisory Note For Students