Outreach and Safety Programs

Emory Police Department is committed to serve, protect, and lead by example.

We offer classes and other programming to engage the Emory community and create a safe and inclusive campus for all.


Self Defense

EPD offers a free two-hour basic self-defense class, typically to groups of ten or more, for Emory students, staff, and faculty that covers risk-avoidance techniques and basic self-defense skills.

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Civilian Response to an Active Shooter

This free 60-minute session teaches the "Run. Hide. Fight." model to students, staff, and faculty of the Emory community.

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Coffee with a Cop

Let's come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues and build relationships.

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Free eight-week program offers self-defense training and the opportunity to learn more about EPD's approach to campus safety.


Community Relations and Personal Safety Presentations

EPD can provide many different programs to address concerns of the Emory community, promoting a safe and inclusive campus for all.

Frequently requested topics:

  • Identity Theft
  • Crisis Response
  • Workplace Safety
  • Monthly Safety Table Tops
  • DUI /Alcohol/Drug Abuse enforcement education
  • Personal Safety

If you have a specific need, we can tailor a program for your audience.

For more info, email us at police@emory.edu today.