The campus police department is undergoing personnel changes. Bradd Brown resigned as police chief, but will continue in his role through Dec. 31.
Students have complained about issues of clarity and transparency with parking and housing.
President Robert Henry is addressing racial prejudice on campus.
President Robert Henry sent out an email responding to allegations of racial prejudice on campus.
The only evidence they had for questioning McQuarters was that he was the last one through the gate, which wasn’t enough evidence to justify coming into his room.
A black student said he was racially profiled by campus police last week, causing alumni to share stories of their own.
A student claims he was racially profiled by Campus Police.
Students reported some unknown people on campus earlier this month.
Tomorrow is the last day for Oklahoma City University students to apply for the Student Conduct Board.
Campus police are investigating a report of stolen items from Cokesbury Court Apartments.
OCU and Oklahoma City police are searching for suspects in a possible shooting near campus.
Just before the end of last semester, a 43-year-old student was arrested on campus for possession of methamphetamine. As it turns out, that student had three warrants out for his arrest and a felonious criminal background. Fortunately, Lt. Joshua Pankowsky recognized the man and arrested him. Despite the eventual outcome of the situation, this discovery…
A 43-year-old student was arrested and charged with one count of possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
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.
A vehicle theft, two auto burglaries, and multiple attempted auto burglaries occurred around 2 a.m. Oct. 17 near United Methodist Hall.
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.
The OCU police department sent out an email on 4/14 reminding students to keep dorms, apartments and vehicles locked. OCUPD said the email was sent out because of some minor events, but not one in particular.
At least one student wasn’t sure what to do with her hoverboard after a decision was made to ban the electric skateboards from campus.
Campus police are taking precautionary measures after students filed two reports of suspicious activity on campus.
Several students’ bicycles have been stolen this year OCU police received reports of the thefts, but without serial numbers, they rarely have the ability to find the missing bikes. “Seven bikes and one seat have been stolen since January 2015,” Lieutenant Michael Kavenius said. “Most of the thefts happen in August, right when school begins….
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…