University Security

Top Story

Senator McCaskill Holds Roundtable Focused on Prosecuting Sex Assault Suspects

CS Staff · July 28, 2014
Senator Claire McCaskill hosts a roundtable to discuss holding perpetrators of campus sexual assaults responsible for their actions.
Latest in University Security

CS Staff · July 29, 2014
The Register Guard and The Oregonian asked for records regarding allegations of sexual assault directed at three UO basketball players.

CS Staff · July 29, 2014
University officials claim that OSU’s Marching Band culture is inconsistent with Title IX requirements.

CS Staff · July 29, 2014
Police have arrested a University of Delaware doctoral student for allegedly placing hidden cameras in campus restrooms over a two-year period.

CS Staff · July 28, 2014
Senator Claire McCaskill hosts a roundtable to discuss holding perpetrators of campus sexual assaults responsible for their actions.

CS Staff · July 26, 2014
Miguel Corzo says he notified Maricopa Community Colleges officials about possible data breaches 12 times in 2012, but they didn’t heed his warnings.

CS Staff · July 26, 2014
HCC’s Goodman and Ridgeland campuses along with the Grenada Center will begin sharing law enforcement data once the system is installed.

CS Staff · July 25, 2014
Police believe Xinran Ji was assaulted by a group of men as he was walking home from school after midnight.

Robin Hattersley Gray · July 24, 2014
Amherst College student says he's facing double jeopardy for an assault he's accused of committing in 2009.

Robin Hattersley Gray · July 24, 2014
The International Association of Chiefs of Police has selected the VCU Police Department as first in the nation among colleges and universities for the organization’s 2014 National Law Enforcement Challenge.

CS Staff · July 24, 2014
Anthony Williams will be the university’s first African American police chief.