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.
Between 54 minors receiving minor consumption citations, to 24 reported cases of vandalism, 21 cases of theft and seven rape cases reported, the BUPD crime logs have been full of what’s happening on Butler’s campus.
BUPD reported theft, simple battery, criminal mischief/vandalism and other crimes on Butler’s campus this week.
Student senate members takes action to help the communication between BUPD and the student body
Possession of alcohol and marijuana, arson, theft, and vandalism are all reported on Butler University Police Department’s weekly crime log.
After the 18th school shooting since the start of 2018, Butler joined the national conversation around campus safety in the event of an active shooter.
With the weather at Butler University finally warming up, an influx of theft—particularly of bicycles—is occurring. Five bicycles were reported stolen to Butler University Police Department between March 29 and April 3. Most recently, a tire off a bicycle outside Ross Hall was stolen on April 12. BUPD Detective Bruce Allee said despite bicycle theft…