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UPD Crime Log: September

According to Student Right to Know Daily Incident Log, the University Police Department (UPD) spent many hours patrolling the campus during the month of September.
The officers patrolling the campus were predominantly reprimanding individuals for traffic violations. UPD made twenty-three stops for traffic violations.
Last month suspicious activity was also a common offense. Throughout the month, officers investigated suspicious circumstances nine times and suspicious people six times.
UPD dealt with three counts of larceny theft. One of the stolen items was a bicycle that is worth $200-$400 dollars.
In September, officers were called twice to investigate the welfare or mental case of a person in the residential dormitories on campus.
There were also two occasions where UPD investigated individuals for possession of drugs or a specific controlled substance and drunkenness in public.
If you are interested in viewing the Right to Know Daily Incident Log stop by UPD and ask for it at the front desk. You must stay in the lobby while viewing the log.
UPD is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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UPD Crime Log: September