The final candidates up for Chief of Police at the University of Kansas gave presentations last week on police reform on college campuses and beyond.
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Despite some universities across the country removing emergency blue-light phones on campus, the University of Kansas will keep the system.
According to KU's Chief of Police, Chris Keary, crime on campus has decreased since 2019 because of a low on-campus population. This decrease has helped some feel safer.
The Lawrence City Commission passed an ordinance that makes violating public health orders amid the COVID-19 pandemic a municipal offense at a special meeting Thursday night.
University of Kansas Chancellor Douglas Girod announced Friday the institution would create a new task force, centered around reviewing the KU Public Safety Office's policies and procedures. Earlier this summer, a group called Abolish KU came together to request KU dismantle KU PSO.
Lawrence Police Department and KU Public Safety Officers are now required to sanitize their own vehicles, among other public safety precautions, to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
A man stole a laptop from the University of Kansas Bookstore Monday, Feb. 3. The KU Public Safety office continues to search for the suspect.
An unknown individual vandalized the Chancellor’s residence. The rear gate to the driveway was criminally damaged. The damage was greater than $1,000.
Officers from Public Safety will be at the event at 3 p.m. today to educate students on safe driving, and students can also wear drunk goggles while playing Mario Kart.
The KU Public Safety Office released a safety alert about a Lawrence Police Department search for two or three armed men.