The University Police Department hosted a Crisis Intervention Team course, a 40-hour training to help officers recognize signs of mental illness in a crisis so that they know how to manage the situation without an arrest.
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Students feel the pressure rising with finals week just around the corner, the University is combatting unhealthy study habits with Recharge for Finals.
The MSA is asking for the listening device that was found in GC’s Serenity Room back from FIU Police after a year-long investigation has yielded no results.
The Muslim Student Association still doesn’t know who put a listening device in the carpet of a Graham Center room they use for prayer over a year ago. It released a statement on its Facebook page on March 11 to bring attention to the ongoing investigation.
Students who purchased stolen exam material last semester are avoiding the criminal process by taking an F in the course, sitting out this semester and speaking to freshman experience classes about the consequences of cheating.
The University Police Department and the Office of Admissions follow a standard protocol in identifying on-campus sex offenders.
Four arrests have been made involving the theft and sale of University exams. All defendants have been charged with dealing in stolen property.
Enrollment statistics show that between 2010 and 2012 the total undergraduate enrollment went up by 14 percent. However, liquor law referrals doubled, and drug and alcohol related arrests tripled on the Modesto Maidique Campus.
Poorly lit areas raise concerns at Modesto Maidique Campus in annual Safety Walk hosted by Police Chief Alexander Casas.
The Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle acquired by Ohio State University Department of Public Safety has made national headlines. University Chief of Police Alexander Casas does not intend on having his department obtain an MRAP like the one at OSU, instead a smaller more maneuverable vehicle.