Survey: Emergency Communications

This survey is being conducted in conjunction with master’s degree student at the University of Central Missouri. The researched will examine the effect of mass notifications (texts, emails, loudspeaker, etc.) of significant emergencies or dangerous situations (a Clery Act requirement) on student safety awareness and perception. The goal of this study is to understand if these communications are reaching students and if they are accurate and timely enough for students to make adequate decisions to keep themselves safe. This is a voluntary survey, and you must be at least 18 years of age to participate.

The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete. The data that will be gathered is extremely important to students and will help make college campuses safer for current and future students.

Jared Hancock, M.S. Candidate
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