Liquor Law Violations
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Liquor Law Violations
The University of Richmond Police Department informed students and staff of a reported sexual assault that occurred early Thursday morning, March 24, according to a timely warning email.
University of Richmond Police Report: April 6, 2015 - April 13, 2015
University of Richmond Police Report: March 30, 2015 – April 5, 2015
University of Richmond Police Report: March 23 2015 – March 30 2015
While a blizzard struck Richmond Monday night and into Tuesday morning, the University of Richmond Police Department dealt with two, separate single-car crashes, one ending with a red SUV flipped on its side in Westhampton Lake and the other resulting in a reckless driving charge, said Beth Simonds, assistant chief of police.
The University of Richmond Police Department arrested a suspect involved in a burglary at ETC that occurred between 12:30 a.m. and 7:20 a.m. Thursday, according to URPD.
University of Richmond’s campus is so safe that dangerous winds are more of a security concern than guns or any firearm-related violence, said Brittany Schaal, director of emergency management.
The University of Richmond Police Department is holding a public sale of unclaimed items from May 12 to May 21 in the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness, via silent auction. The unclaimed property sale will occur in conjunction with the WCRW equipment sale. The property can be viewed in the WCRW from May 5-9 during normal business hours. All proceeds from the silent auction will be donated to the Special Olympics of Virginia.
The University of Richmond Police Department is currently hiring more officers to add to its agency, and Dave McCoy, chief of police, hopes they become familiar faces on campus, he said.
UR Police Chief David McCoy will shed light on the policies and programs of the university police as part of a new column in The Collegian. Submit questions to email@example.com
The University Police Department has established a walking escort service on weekend nights for any Richmond students who feel unsafe walking across campus alone.
A rally for sports teams transitioned into a call for transparency and communication in the aftermath of a student-led protest outside the December Board of Trustees meeting.
I spent my time this weekend having e-versations with students, faculty and staff regarding the recent Collegian article. I am a firm believer that successful law enforcement is based on transparency, and I wanted to share with you my position.
Since the beginning of the school year, Gray Court residents have dealt with six fire alarms, but only two were scheduled drills.