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Sunday, September 25, 2022

Hans Li


Westhampton Ladies, Class of 2014: Christy Buranaamorn and Rubi Escalona were lighting the candles.

Photo Gallery: 2010 Investiture and Proclamation Night

The university community welcomed the Class of 2014 on consecutive weekends in September. Richmond College hosted its Investiture Ceremony September 12 and Westhampton College September 19. Contact photographers Hans Li and Yichi Zhang at hans.li@richmond.edu and yichi.zhang@richmond.edu

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UFA area coordinator Bernard Little and his wife Krystal will be raising their baby in the apartments.

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UFA area coordinator Bernard Little and his wife Krystal will be raising their baby in the apartments.

Robert C. Dillard, the university police chief, will retire in June.  Dillard has been chief of Richmond's campus police since 1970 and previously served five years with the Henrico County police department. Under his direction, the university police department earned accreditation from both the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies and the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, one of only a handful of Virginia campuses to hold either qualification.  The commission subsequently honored the campus force as a flagship police department.  Dillard directs more than 40 employees, including 17 sworn, armed officers.

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Robert C. Dillard, the university police chief, will retire in June. Dillard has been chief of Richmond's campus police since 1970 and previously served five years with the Henrico County police department. Under his direction, the university police department earned accreditation from both the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies and the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, one of only a handful of Virginia campuses to hold either qualification. The commission subsequently honored the campus force as a flagship police department. Dillard directs more than 40 employees, including 17 sworn, armed officers.

Robert C. Dillard, the university police chief, will retire in June.  Dillard has been chief of Richmond's campus police since 1970 and previously served five years with the Henrico County police department. Under his direction, the university police department earned accreditation from both the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies and the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, one of only a handful of Virginia campuses to hold either qualification.  The commission subsequently honored the campus force as a flagship police department.  Dillard directs more than 40 employees, including 17 sworn, armed officers.

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Robert C. Dillard, the university police chief, will retire in June. Dillard has been chief of Richmond's campus police since 1970 and previously served five years with the Henrico County police department. Under his direction, the university police department earned accreditation from both the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies and the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, one of only a handful of Virginia campuses to hold either qualification. The commission subsequently honored the campus force as a flagship police department. Dillard directs more than 40 employees, including 17 sworn, armed officers.

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