Gov. Eric Holcomb signed a hate crime legislation bill to consider victims’ real or perceived attributes. However, legislators and community members disagree on whether it provides more protection for victims, such as groups targeted by hate incidents on campus.
A female was assaulted on March 29 around 11 p.m. on Berkley Avenue, right behind the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority house
The University of Michigan recently experienced false reports of an active shooter, prompting both commendation and criticism of how the situation was handled. How would Butler respond in the same situation?
Chief John Conley of BUPD shares his faith, inspiration and what keeps him coming back to Butler every day.
BUPD continues to change during the 2018-2019 academic year. Due to some officers transitions out of BUPD, there has been a number of new officers joining the department.
Worn-out lamp posts will be replaced across campus with LED lights to improve campus safety.
SGA Senate’s BUPD Committee organized an event with CHAARG, a women’s fitness group on campus, where BUPD officers taught students self-defense. The event included tips on how to prevent an attack and how to ward off an attacker.
Temperatures are predicted to drop to 7 degrees below zero Wednesday.
Lock your bikes, kids. But stop calling 911 on stalkers! It’s just the pizza delivery guy…right? I’m sure the woman who called the police appreciates her situation being treated as a complete joke.
The Butler University Police Department sent out a tweet late Oct. 1, causing concern throughout the Butler community.