The students were not hurt, but two occupants of one vehicle were transported to the hospital with unknown injuries.
Chancellor Andrew Martin announced plans to increase Washington University Police Department presence in off-campus neighborhoods, increase the number of shuttles and optimize the emergency communication system in an email to the student body, Jan. 13.
City Faces will cancel programming for the rest of the fall semester following an incident where a volunteer’s car was stolen during scheduled programming, according to an email from the organization’s executive board dated Sept. 20.
The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department is currently investigating a carjacking that occurred early Sept. 18, in the face of an uptick in off-campus crime.
Rather than leaving it to the students to protect themselves, the responsibility should be placed on the university who has adequate resources to do so.
Four armed robberies occurred in the Skinker-DeBaliviere neighborhood Sept. 6 and 7, according to a crime alert sent by the Washington University Police Department, Sept. 8.
Two burglaries were reported on Westminster Boulevard Wednesday. The Washington University Police Department sent a security memo at approximately 11:50 a.m. Thursday morning about the two incidents.
All members of the Danforth Campus community will now receive security memos and informational bulletins from the Washington University Police Department, WUPD chief Mark Glenn announced in an email Tuesday.
These past few days have been, to put it lightly, pretty unpleasant for me.
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