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Finding my way to Emergency Management at the University, I see that Mr. Matt Bennett is the University's Emergency Management Coordinator, and his contact details are given with encouragement to get in touch with him on any issue. I'll do so later.
Helpfully there's a menu at the side and navigating to Personal Threat emergencies (their Code Black) I see amongst the threats a confrontation with an armed person. This is the essence of the clear advice:
In the event of being confronted by an aggressive or potentially violent person:
Try to remain calm.
Be firm but polite with the person and let them know that their behaviour is not acceptable.
If the behaviour of the person is such that outside intervention is required, contact or arrange to have contacted Security on 8344 6666.
You should not feel obliged to rectify the situation on your own. The Security staff are trained to handle these situations.
Abusive phone calls: hang up the phone and notify your supervisor. If calls persist, contact the Manager, Telephone Systems.
Security telephones, placed at strategic points on campus, are identified by a blue light and connect direct to security at central control 24 hours a day.
There is also the EMERGENCY ACTION GUIDE which is made available to staff to keep by their telephones, of which one of the sub-headings is Suspicious/Agressive People.