Safety Videos

University Police and Campus Safety:

Active Shooter Response Training:

Recent events around the nation have raised the public’s awareness of active shooter situations, and the unfortunate reality that similar events can occur anywhere and at any time.

To keep the LSU community informed about what to do in the event that a similar situation occurs on our campus, the LSU Police Department is offering the Active Shooter Response Training video to all students, faculty and staff.

“Shots Fired” is an informative and eye-opening video about how to respond in an active shooter situation. To view the Shots Fired on Campus and Shots Fired in the Workplace videos, click the links below.  A valid LSU PAWS login is required and you will be prompted upon selection of the video.  Please view the Shots Fired on Campus Student Guide.

Frequently asked questions about active shooter response and incidents may be found ASRT FAQs.

PAWS authentication requires only your PAWS user id (not email extension) and correct PAWS password.

Shots Fired on Campus (Student Edition)

Shots Fired On Campus

Shots Fired in the Workplace

Shots Fired in the Workplace

Recognizing and Preventing Violence on Campus:

“Flash Point” is an informative and eye-opening video about how to recognize violent and concerning behaviors before they strike. Campus violence covers a wide range of disruptive behaviors that may include threats, harassment, intimidation, bullying, stalking, dating violence, sexual assault, etc

You can make a difference by learning, recognizing, and reporting these behaviors.  Awareness+Action=Prevention.

To view the Flash Point on Campus and Flash Point in the Workplace videos, click the links below.  A valid LSU PAWS login is required and you will be prompted upon selection of the video.  Please view the Flash Point on Campus Student Guide.

PAWS authentication requires only your PAWS user id (not email extension) and correct PAWS password.

Flash Point on Campus (Student Edition)

Flash Point in the Workplace

Travel Safety:

LSU Police recognize that many students and faculty travel abroad to further education and research.  We are dedicated to protecting our community through education, including travel safety.

“Safe Passage” guides a traveler through the key stages of travel. Beginning with what to pack, a traveler learns how to increase their personal security in hotels, how to recognize and avoid scams, and what to do if abducted.

To view the Safe Passage Travel Companion video, click the link below.  A valid LSU PAWS login is required and you will be prompted upon selection of the video.

PAWS authentication requires only your PAWS user id (not email extension) and correct PAWS password.

Safe Passage Travel Companion