The FSU Police Department says each day during the winter break, an extra two or three officers go around checking doors, windows and other places on campus to make sure no one can get in. Officers say they also check for signs of break ins.
FSU police say they have to increase surveillance, because calls for service go down. Lieutenant Jason Trumbower said, "We step up our efforts in being proactive--walking through buildings, stopping people that look like they don't belong and we actually bring in more officers over the break to do security walks through buildings."
Campus officers say property crimes are their main focus during the winter break.