A female was assaulted on March 29 around 11 p.m. on Berkley Avenue, right behind the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority house
Butler Police Department Chief John Conley sits down to discuss how the department is prepared to protect Butler University in the case of an active shooter. There have been 18 school shootings in the United States so far this year.
On Jan. 29, news surfaced about a sexual assault that occurred on Butler’s campus in fall 2016. That evening, President James Danko released a statement about sexual violence. Students respond in a letter to the editor.
Parents of sexual assault victim address President James Danko and the Butler community after denied access to speak to the president.
New LED lights were added to busy areas of campus. The installment is part of a collaboration with the Office of Operations, BUPD and SGA.
Campus policy on sex discrimination, seuxal harrassment, sexual misconduct and domestic violence changed. The hearing process is now eliminated from the overall procedure.
SGA Senate, BUPD’s Chief of Public Safety John Conley and other BUPD officers met on the third floor of Atherton Union to discuss the questions and concerns of Butler students regarding safety and BUPD on campus.
Managing editor Marisa Miller looks at recent sexual assault and Title IX issues at Indiana colleges, including those involving athletes.
The blue emergency light poles stationed around campus are safety mechanisms for Butler students if an emergency situation were to occur.
New BUPD policy increases the department’s transparency by giving more public access to records, but the law does not require these changes.