Donning pasties, attendees adorned with colorful tattoos, fishnets, combat boots and wrapped in yellow caution tape marched toward the west steps of the Capitol holding signs while chanting, “autonomy for all bodies.” Survivors of sexual violence and their allies first gathered at the amphitheater in Civic Center Park to kick off the 7th Annual SlutWalk […]
Dayna L. Himot meets Auraria police’s newest recruit Dash the K-9, an explosives-detecting dog. Hear what Chief of Police Michael J. Phibbs has to say about the addition of Dash.
Officer Skeen responded to a call from a UCD student in the second story of the Boiler Room Lounge in Tivoli. The student said she was approached by a Hispanic male in his 20s with short black hair wearing blue jeans and a red hooded sweatshirt. He asked to borrow her phone; when she gave it to him, he walked away with it. There are no leads or suspects on this case.
Some Auraria bicyclists were upset to receive notices attached to their frames warning them to park in a bike rack or risk having their bicycles impounded.
A basic self-defense and rape protection awareness class for women will be held Sept. 18–19 at UCD’s Anschutz Medical Campus.
A registered sex offender was arrested June 14 outside West Classroom after a student reported being a victim of indecent exposure.
The Auraria Police Department arrested 367 people in the last 13 months. And 85 percent of them had no connection to the campus. According to Auraria Police crime logs, 220 people were arrested for outstanding warrants. Most of the persons arrested with no affiliation to Auraria were likely transients said Auraria Police Detective Jason Mollendor. […]
Sent this morning, this email describes last night’s assault and robbery:
In the past month the campus police have recorded at least 16 arrests and responded to dozens of other calls. The Auraria Police Department tracks all crimes through the log and blog on its website so students can see what has happened on campus.