If you see a suspicious person in your building, ask if you can help them. If the person has legitimate business in the building, he or she will appreciate your assistance. If not, ask the person to leave the building, but only if you feel comfortable doing so. If the person refuses to leave, call Public Safety. Be prepared to describe the person when you call. The following are examples of behaviors that could be considered suspicious:
- A person or persons you, or the other residents/employees, do not recognize going from room to room or office to office.
- A person or persons standing in a hallway for a long period of time.
- A person or persons waiting outside of the building near the time that the building will be closing.