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Coefficient Electric and Communication Systems employees installed a new blue emergency kiosk in front of the Health Sciences and Nursing Building on Dec. 9. These kiosks are hard wired and work faster than the previous system to connect to the UTEP Police Department. Two similar kiosks already have been set up in the Miner Heights student housing complex on Schuster Avenue. Additional blue stands will go up around campus as funding becomes available. The next ones are scheduled to go up around Centennial Plaza and the planned student housing area on the north end of campus. The kiosks can be used to report emergencies and non-emergencies such as requests for safety escorts or to report suspicious activities.
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