A black student said he was racially profiled by campus police last week, causing alumni to share stories of their own.
Students reported some unknown people on campus earlier this month.
A student woke up to a stranger in her dorm at 3 a.m.
A student in the dance school is accused of creating fake social media profiles for her professors, resulting in an ongoing police investigation.
The lockdown on Feb. 15 was issued to keep students safe inside school buildings, but some were stuck outside waiting for it to end.
The lockdown worried some students, but communication from the university eased their concerns.
Campus police arrested two people they think are involved in a recent auto theft on campus.
OCUPD have arrested two individuals involved in the recent auto theft.
A vehicle was stolen around 3:30 a.m. on Oct. 24 from the Cokesbury Apartments parking lot.
Students are expressing concerns about recent events on campus that make them feel unsafe.
Campus police recently released a new draft policy on weapons to students and faculty for review.
Campus police is investigating a reported vehicle theft in Cokesbury Court Apartments.
Police are asking students for help and encouraging vigilance after a student was approached on campus and robbed of his cell phone.
Campus police sent out an email this morning warning of a stolen cell phone.
Commuters are parking on the side streets near the university to avoid paying for parking permits.
Campus police released a warning after a cellphone was stolen from a student Feb. 9 around 3:45 p.m.
Alarms inside buildings didn’t sound for a tornado drill, ever wonder why?
OCU police department is asking for help after a peeping Tom was reported in Walker Hall dormitory.
Campus police are taking precautionary measures after students filed two reports of suspicious activity on campus.
Two of the emergency phones on campus are out of order. The phones East of the Dawson-Loeffler Science & Mathematics Center and on the Quad South of Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center have been down for a couple of weeks, said Bradd Brown, chief of police. Brown said he did not have the information with…
A student was surprised by a flat tire on her way to observe an elementary school class. She was more surprised when she was told someone had slashed her tire. “I’m not mad at what happened,” said Kara Klamm, education senior. “I’m just frustrated that someone would think that it’s okay to vandalize someone else’s…
Burglary is still the most highly reported crime on campus, according to the annual security and fire report. The report, released Sept. 30, is required by The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The act, a consumer protection law passed in 1990, requires all universities that receive federal funding…
Campus police are asking for students’ help. OCU Police encourage students to be wary and report any suspicious or unknown people seen on campus, Chief Bradd Brown said Monday. “It’s a small community and it is usually pretty easy to tell who doesn’t belong,” Brown said. “We rely on people’s eyes and ears to be…
The police department has a new location on campus. OCUPD moved into their new location at 1635 N.W. 23rd St. Aug. 17. The building has a bulletproof wall in the entryway that was created out of recycled bulletproof vests and a control room with cameras watching over the main campus and the law school. There…
The police department plans to improve parking on campus with new parking permits and guidelines. There are now four types of permits comprised of: Commuter, Cokesbury, Methodist Hall, and Star Access. The Star Access permit was created to provide full access parking to residential students so they can park at their residency and in general…
The United Methodist Hall parking garage will not be open today, April 8, in the case of severe weather, according to university housing. Students who received parking tickets in the United Methodist Hall parking garage during the storms on March 25 will not pay for those tickets. Students, faculty and staff were informed via email…