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Annual crime report available

The NAU Police Department has released the 2009 Crime Awareness/Campus Security Report.

A result of the Clery Act, the report covers NAU police authority, police response, how to make a police report or request police assistance, crime prevention, safety escort service, building access and security, weapons, drugs and alcohol policies and crime statistics for the last three years.

The report can be viewed online. A printed copy of the report is available at the NAU Police Department, building 98A, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 or by calling (928) 523-9995.

 

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Take a road trip without leaving campus
Designed to take people on a visual journey of the historic highway, Cline Library's "Route 66 in Arizona: Don't Forget Winona!" exhibit brings together vintage photography, postcards, maps, signs, old car parts and a chunk of Route 66 asphalt, to bring the "Mother Road" to life.

 
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