NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Tennessee State University hosted Tiger Day Out Wednesday alongside with Nashville Crime Stoppers for students and staff to learn more about safety on campus.
This was the third year for the event that took place on the Administrative Lawn. It was held during the day to include more students and faculty.
Students got to meet Metro police officers from North Precinct as well as their own campus police officers. Authorities shared information about how to stay safe and fight back against crime.
The goal of Tiger Day Out is to forge relationships between student, staff and the agencies who support them, so young people know where to turn if they need help.