The University Police Department reported that a sexual assault took place in the gravel parking lot of Autzen Stadium during Saturday’s game against Arizona. The assault took place around 8:30 p.m., in which a suspect lured a high school female into a secluded spot between vehicles where he reportedly subjected …
The Eugene Police Department is currently gearing up for its biggest crime prevention campaign of the 2012-13 academic year. According toEPD’s Sgt. Lisa Barrong, fall move-in time for both on-campus and off-campus students is one of three peak crime periods throughout the year. “Early fall, the winter holiday and spring …
Thomas Wayne Morgan Jr. — a former University custodian — was sentenced to 13 months of prison for thefts from the University.
A gas leak near 23rd Ave and University Street was announced around noon Thursday.
Improvements to the safety in the Millrace Studios area is a collaboration between DPS and the architecture school.
Max Chase began his spree by smashing a watermelon on a Department of Public Safety vehicle.
The Oregon National Guard and various Eugene emergency responding services joined forces to run a mass evacuation drill meant to help facilitate and develop communication in the event of a disaster. The exercise featured, among other things, military personnel pretending to be injured, groups carrying injured personnel to and from …
National Guard and army helicopters come to campus for Operation Vigilant Guard.
After more than a year-long effort to solidify the Department of Public Safety’s conflict resolution process, no verdict has been reached as to what the new process will be or when it will be implemented.
The Survivor Empowerment Alliance met Sunday for the first time to discuss the University’s new mandatory reporting policies, which would require University employees to in turn report sexual assaults that are reported to them.
It was in 2009 when police suspect Thomas Morgan, Jr., a University janitor, began stealing electronics from the University Science Library.
Members from the Black Student Union, Office of the Dean of Students, the Oregon Daily Emerald and the Department of Public Safety met in the EMU’s Ben Linder Room on Wednesday night to discuss issues surrounding the coverage and handling of events from an intramural basketball brawl last month.
Department of Public Safety claimed his recording was evidence. Tufa attempted to throw the phone to its owner, Shamsu Said, but the phone was dropped in the process. Eventually the phone was confiscated and has not yet been returned.
Vandalism has doubled this past year, which is costing the school extra time and money to fix and clean up the resulting damage.
ASUO Senators put together work group for concealed carry opposition resolution for Wednesday’s meeting.
The University has established a working group to create fair policies for the incoming campus police department following the Board of Education’s approval of the force earlier this month. University faculty, ASUO and other affiliates make up the University of Oregon Police Department Complaint Resolution Working Group, which has officially …
The possibility of a police department on campus is becoming more and more likely as the University will make a formal request to the State Board of Higher Education to obtain the authority to create its own police department at a board meeting next Friday, October 7.
Efforts to improve campus cycling infrastructure began after the University received a silver ranking for campus bike friendliness from the League of American Bicyclists. Senior UO Bike Program coordinator Ted Sweeney and former Bike Program coordinator Brianna Orr were the students who nominated the University the award, and both thought the ranking can be raised by a few improvements to campus streets and pathways.
The Oregon House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 405 Tuesday, which would give Oregon University System schools the opportunity to institute fully sworn police agencies.