No conversation is Worth a Life: What Happens after the Crash?
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Distracted driving claimed 3,477 lives in 2015 alone. Knowledge of these devastating statistics prompted Middle Georgia State University’s Police Department, Respiratory Therapy, and Residence Life to team up and educate MGA students about the perils of distracted driving! Students experienced a Distracted Driving and Emergency Room scene demo, showing students how much one text message could truly cost. Special thank you to Lieutenant Detective Toya Coleman and Jasmine Brown Assistant Professor Respiratory Therapy for reminding us all that no conversation is worth a life!
On Monday, October 16, a number of unidentified individuals were involved in Financial Transaction Card theft on the MGA Macon campus. These suspects entered unlocked offices on campus and stole employees’ credit/debit cards, which they then used to complete transactions at nearby retailers. Attached, you’ll find photos of two of the suspects; please take a moment to review these photos. If you can help us identify and locate these individuals, please let MGA Police know immediately – call 478-471-2414 or email email@example.com
Health Service Administration Students will be holding a Red Cross Blood Drive along with the Health & Safety Fair hosted by the MGA Health Clinic and MGA Police Department. DATE: September 14, 2017, from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM; LOCATION: SLC Lobby- Macon Campus. To sign up ahead of time, visit www.redcrossblood.org – Sponsor code: Continue reading