Tagged - Public Safety

Scholar-journalist Blanchfield rejects US culture of ‘Gunpower’

Journalist and academic Patrick Blanchfield encouraged listeners to abandon partisan responses and called attention to U.S. gun violence and the…

From a variety of backgrounds, ad hoc committee members mostly avoid stance on gun proposal

In response to UR administration’s announcement of the members of the ad hoc committee, tasked with addressing Public Safety’s proposal…

MSAB wins public forum with surprise Faculty Senate sit-in

Frustrated that Public Safety had repeatedly denied their requests for a community forum, MSAB and various minority student leaders staged a sit-in at the meeting.
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DPS proposes expanding armed officer program to River, Eastman campuses

DPS is proposing to station two armed supervising officers on mobile patrol at the River Campus and one at Eastman.

DPS Update for 9/24

Public Safety updates summarized for the week.

DPS update for 9/9/18

Public safety announcements for the week.

Despite dropped charges and a policy rewrite, student set to leave UR

Mohammed Rifat was arrested by DPS on the Residential Quad on May 26 and spent a few hours in RPD custody before being bailed out by friends.

Public Safety accountability board quiet on specifics

The minutes can found two hyperlinks deep from University’s email on Monday that five senior officers have been armed on the River Campus and that 30 more will follow at the Medical Center by Feb. 6.

Review board considers body cameras for armed officers

Seligman accepted in full the UR Security Commission’s recommendation to arm officers two Thursdays ago.

Reject the gun recommendation

Seligman should certainly not accept the recommendation as it now stands, and it must be subjected to careful fact-checking if he is to consider it at all.