WUPD increases off-campus presence following pattern of burglaries

The increase is a “short-term” approach, WUPD interim chief Dave Goodwin told Student Life in an interview Tuesday.

and | Staff Reporter and Editor-in-Chief

Staff Editorial: Once again, we need reform, not another public safety committee

In response to the failure to partner with Behavioral Health Resources, WashU plans to create another task force. We need action, not another committee.

Editor’s Note season 2 episode 8: Mental health crisis response deal falls through

While the University announced in May that they implement changes to campus mental health crisis response, a recent Student Life investigation found that the future of this initiative is uncertain.

| Senior Multimedia Editor

WUPD to continue responding to mental health crises after deal with outside provider falls through

The University had plans to partner with Behavioral Health Response, a local non-profit, but the two parties could not come to an agreement.

| News Editor

More than medicine: The life of an EST member

WashU’s student-run Emergency Support Team is a tough organization to be in physically, academically and emotionally — but this is part of what helps the members bond so closely, according to EST Field Director senior Christine Kuehn.

| Contributing Writer

WUPD Chief Glenn to leave in three weeks and take over as police chief in Missouri hometown

WUPD Captain and Bureau Commander Dave Goodwin will take over as interim chief.

| Editor-in-Chief

Implementation of Public Safety Committee’s recommendations to begin shifting mental health crisis response away from WUPD

Washington University plans to adopt some of the recommendations the Public Safety Committee made in February, including training for mental health professionals to handle mental health crises instead of Washington University Police Department officers and the establishment of a 24-hour team of on-call mental health professionals.

| News Editor

WUPD finds no weapon after shelter-in-place in response to report of armed person on East End

The University did not fully clarify that information in the 5:46 p.m. security memo sent after the University instructed community members to shelter in place for almost an hour. 

and | Senior News Editor and Editor-in-Chief

WU students call for police abolition, hang banners and signs on George Washington statue at ‘Justice for Daunte’ protest

In a protest aimed at paying tribute to Daunte Wright and Adam Toledo, around 200 Washington University students and community members called for police abolition

| Senior News Editor

People in two vehicles shoot at each other on Delmar Blvd., stray bullet hits WU students’ apartment window

The students were not hurt, but two occupants of one vehicle were transported to the hospital with unknown injuries.

and | Senior News Editors

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