New UCPD app for smartphones helps students find a safe way home.
UCPD’s planned launch of a safety app is undermined by University’s selective security alert policy.
Two security alerts were sent to students in one week.
University of Chicago Medical Center (UCMC) physicians reported two incidents of prescription forgery intended to obtain controlled substances to authorities on April 2 and 3. The forged prescriptions were detected after pharmacists in local pharmacies attempted to verify the prescriptions…
Negotiations stalled over wage disagreements.
The UCPD’s policy on sending campus-wide security alerts applies to “any violent crime on campus.” However, for specific incidents, it is common practice to notify students who live near the affected area.
The UCPD’s plan for the February 23 protest included three plainclothes officers, two of whom were assigned to videotape the event.
SHE member and fourth-year Olivia Woollam also accused Chief of Police Marlon Lynch of lying.
University administrators have responded to the Maroon investigation revealing that a UCPD detective was working undercover at the February 23 trauma protest.
Robert Shaw, 54, of Washington Park, was arrested and charged with robbing the Fifth Third Bank on 53rd Street Friday morning, claiming he just wanted to return to his “sick child.”
UCPD’s use of undercover officer at trauma center protest was counter to UChicago’s values.
An on-duty UCPD detective marched with protesters at Saturday’s trauma center demonstration and did not identify herself to organizers, according to a Maroon investigation.
The resisting arrest charge against grad student Toussaint Losier—the most serious of the charges brought against the protesters—has been dropped.
University and community members expressed concerns about the arrests and prosecutions resulting from the January 27 trauma center protests.
Prosecutors on behalf of the University presented a plea bargain this afternoon. Toussaint Losier rejected it , while Jacob Klippenstein and Alex Goldenberg (A.B. ’06) ponder how to proceed.
The protest complied with restrictions on noise and traffic in the UCMC during the transfer of patients to the new facility.
Graduate student and trauma care activist Toussaint Losier talks about his arrest, the future of the trauma center campaign, and the chance encounter that led to a private meeting with President Zimmer.
We must evaluate necessity of campus cops.
During the vigil, a small group of students intend to go to President Zimmer’s office to demand charges be dropped against the four protesters arrested on Sunday at the UCMC.
1,100 have signed an online petition demanding a University explanation to the UCPD’s actions.
UCPD’s actions speak to wider structual inequalities in our society.
The UCPD’s treatment of protestors raises concerns about student safety and community trust.
Low-key nature of Campus Dialogue Fund’s launch shouldn’t set a precedent for its future activities.
This is the fourth such incident at Doc that has occurred since the beginning of the academic year.
Money was taken from their change lockers in the third incident of missing cash this quarter, but Doc officials are unsure whether the cases are related.
University faculty, students, staff, and community members evaluated internal investigations of complaints against UCPD.
SG tries to engage students with UCPD safety practices.
Though robberies have not increased compared with this time last year, UCPD is amping up efforts to make students aware of their surroundings.
Hyde Park has not seen the rise in murders that has hit the rest of the city.
Several students received e-mails asking for allegedly from a representative of a large company that said they had gotten their contact information from CAPS.
Recent communication between University police and students provides a solid foundation to build on.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) hosted the Tuesday panel in an effort to increase communication channels between students and campus security administrators.
The Chicago Justice Initiative RSO aims to bring a new focus to campus security.
Two University students were robbed at gunpoint early yesterday morning near 57th Street and Ellis Avenue. The incident prompted the first security alert of the quarter.
An unsupervised performance on the roof of Ryerson Physical Laboratory with University Theater (UT) members was shut down by the UCPD last Wednesday night.
A project by an advanced creative writing class raised complaints from Reg staff yesterday morning.
Recent UCPD profiling complaints expose a larger problem in campus community.
UCPD officers handcuffed a student outside the Regenstein Library on Wednesday evening.
A slew of non-violent thefts occurred this month in campus buildings.
One UCPD officer was hospitalized for minor injuries after a car spun out of control.
Two UCPD cars responding to a shooting collided in front of the BSLC tonight, causing a crash involving at least six cars.
In response to last week’s assault outside Cobb Hall, UCPD is posting an officer on the main quad 20 hours a day.
Craig Futterman, chairman of Independent Review Committee, talks about the committee’s report and the UCPD’s ongoing response to the February arrest
Blood can still boil when it’s 10 degrees below
The committee, also co-chaired by Graduate Liaison to the Board of Trustees Toussaint Losier, is slated to work over the course of a year to advise administrators on a slew of policy changes to prevent similar conditions to those that led to Dawson’s arrest.
A group of students is advocating for a more precise response to the arrest of fourth-year Mauriece Dawson on the part of the University, which issued a report the group claims did not address systemic problems.
Reg report does more to quiet controversy than prevent recurrence
Reg report does more to quiet controversy than preventing recurrence
The University apologized over the February arrest of fourth-year Mauriece Dawson and announced a series of policy changes to prevent a similar incident in an announcement Friday.
Administrators outlined preliminary steps yesterday to remedy percieved racial profiling within the UCPD and to revise Library behavior policy and protocol in how staff ask for ID