Safety Related Apps and Videos
Zero in Wisconsin Campaign
524 people died on Wisconsin roads in 2016, 143 of which were alcohol-related.
Some deaths were caused by speeding while many others were a result of drunk driving or not wearing a seat belt. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation and its traffic safety partners launched the Zero In Wisconsin campaign to help save lives and reduce the number of annual traffic deaths in Wisconsin. By staying within the speed limit, being sober behind the wheel, and buckling up, you can help turn 527 annual deaths into zero.
Download the free Drive Sober app. It includes Find A Ride, Blood Alcohol Estimator and Designated Driver Selector features to help you get home safe and achieve zero preventable deaths on Wisconsin roadways.
Circle of 6
A free app violence prevention app.
With Circle of 6, you can connect with your friends to stay close, stay safe and prevent violence before it happens. The Circle of 6 app for iPhone and Android makes it quick and easy to reach the 6 friends you choose.
Need help getting home? Need an interruption? Two touches lets your circle know where you are and how they can help. It's fast, east-to-use, and private. It’s the mobile way to look out for your friends.
American Red Cross Mobile Apps
These free apps for iPhone and Android make it possible for you to have first aid instruction and natural disaster preparedness information available to you anytime, anywhere.
360° Stay Safe
Watch the staged and influential videos below to learn how to apply best practices when it comes to being safe. The videos have restricted access and are meant for the Viterbo Community. Once logging into a computer on-campus, you will be able to view the video.
- 360° Introduction
- 360° Protect your Possessions and Identity
- 360° Sexual Assault
- 360° Controlling Behavior
- 360° Stalking
- 360° Everyday Safety
- 360° Common Sense Defense
- 360° Safe Travel
- 360° Credits
Campus Security Authority (CSA) Training Video
All designated CSAs on campus have viewed this Powerpoint. Questions about CSAs can be directed to Adam Malin, Director of Campus Safety and Security.