Task Force Safe School (TFSS)
What is Task Force Safe Schools (TFSS)?
TFSS is a joint project of
DLSU-M, DLS-CSB and SSC whose aim is to focus efforts on fighting and
minimizing school crimes geared towards encouraging students to
exercise constant vigilance in order to have a 100% safe school.
Since it is a joint campaign, students from any of the three schools
can report incidents of crime or suspicious circumstances to the
nearest security office of any of the three schools.
How to stay safe?
Always attend to your
belongings in places or areas that are prone to incidents of theft.
Keep your belongings in a
safe place, especially during PE classes, when in comfort rooms, and
while working in the library or other public areas.
Avoid wearing expensive
jewelry or carrying large amount of money. Keep your money and
wallet in the inside pocket of your bags.
Walk on the lighted side
of the streets and where there are people. Avoid walking alone.
Walk near the curb and
don’t pass too close to shrubbery, dark doorways and other places of
Carry a shrill whistle in
you hand ready to use. This may call attention and distract the
If someone is following
you across the street, head for bright lights and people. Be ready
to use whistle.
Basic Common Sense Rules
surroundings. Be aware of your environment and be wary of
conspicuous observers. Pay attention to what is going on around
you at all times.
persons on and off-campus to the Security and the Student Affairs
Office. Include the description and location of the person.
When riding a taxi cab,
be alert. Lock the doors and observe
the route the driver takes to get to your destination. Before
boarding, ask someone you know to take note of the name, plate and
body number of the taxi cab. Do not take a taxi cab that does not
have a body number, operator name or address on both sides. This
type of taxi is usually used by robbers.
While this list is not
all-inclusive, the crime rate on-and off-campus will decrease if we
follow these common-sense rules. It is important to remember that
crime can happen anywhere and anytime. Keep watch and stay safe.
COMMON SENSE IS THE BEST DEFENSE AGAINST CRIME
Report incidents of theft or violence to the proper authorities
for immediate action.
You may also call any of the following numbers:
National Police Station No. 9 (525-9435)
Community Precinct, P. Ocampo Station (303-0638)
Community Precinct, Singalong Station (338-8091)
Gate 1 (524-7686 loc. 101/ 102/ 109)
Affairs Office (525-7863)
School Unit (524-7686 loc. 395)
Direct Line (536-6352)
School Unit (524-7686 loc. 496)
and Security Unit–Taft (526-7441 loc. 143)
and Security Unit—AKIC (523-8888 loc. 311)
Crame text hotline—2920
hotline dial 117/116
Lost and Found
Lost and found items are
referred to any of the following offices: Grade School Office, High
School Office, Student Affairs Office and General Services Office
depending on the location where these are found.
Make an incident report for
lost item/s. Indicate the description of the lost item, owner’s
contact number and submit report to the
office concerned. In case lost item is returned, owner shall be
contacted or name will be posted at the
At the end of the school
year, all unclaimed lost items are turned
over to the General Services Office.
for a Safe
We all play
a role in keeping our community safe. In order for the Safe Schools
Project to succeed, TFSS is asking for everyone’s active participation
Accident Free Everyday (S.A.F.E.)