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University Police holding self-defense training on April 22

Students, faculty, staff and Morgantown community members are invited to join University Police for a P.R.O.T.E.C.T. training on Monday, April 22, to learn valuable self-defense techniques.

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University Police recaps results of recent campus community survey

After reviewing the results of its latest survey to gauge our community’s perception of safety at WVU, the WVU Police Department shares its key findings and specific actions it plans to take to continue to improve the safety of our community.

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Dispose of unwanted medications on April 27, National Drug Take Back Day

A medication disposal kiosk will be available all day in the lobby of the WVU Police Department office, located at 992 Elmer Prince Drive in Morgantown. Just stop by and drop your medication in the box.

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University Police hosting active shooter trainings throughout April for employees

To provide more training opportunities on emergency procedures in response to recent feedback from our campus community, the University Police Department invites faculty and staff to attend active shooter trainings on select dates throughout April.

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University Police holding self-defense training open to campus community

Students, faculty and staff are invited to join University Police for a P.R.O.T.E.C.T. training on Monday, March 25, to learn valuable self-defense techniques.

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University Police receives awards in emergency management, storm readiness and traffic safety

The University Police Department has recently been recognized for its excellence in a variety of critical safety areas, including emergency management, storm readiness and traffic safety.

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Share your thoughts with University Police

In an effort to gauge the campus community’s perception of safety on our campus, all faculty, staff, students, parents and community members are invited to complete a survey for the University Police Department.

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Dispose of unwanted medications on Oct. 28, National Drug Take Back Day

The WVU Police Department encourages you to safely dispose of any unwanted medications on National Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, Oct. 28.

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WVU releases annual Clery Act report

As the West Virginia University Police Department continues to focus on community policing, the latest Clery Act report shows declines in campus drug and alcohol arrests and citations, but increases in reports of some other crimes.

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University Police Chief provides game day safety tips and reminders

As you participate in game day and any festivities that may follow, please remember to celebrate responsibly.

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University Police Chief welcomes students to campus, provides safety reminders

With the start of a new academic year, the West Virginia University Police Department shares information to further enhance your safety on our campus.

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Meet University Police’s Campus Safety Officer Team

As part of continuing efforts to promote public safety across the Morgantown campus, the West Virginia University Police Department recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of its campus safety officer team.

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Safety supports available to campus community

WVU is committed to providing a safe learning, working and living environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors. In emergency situations, every second counts. That’s why it’s important to think about what you should do ahead of time.

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Training exercises underway for University Police

As part of their commitment to fostering a safe environment for the campus community, members of the WVU Police Department are holding on-campus training exercises for officers from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. this week at Arnold Hall Annex and Apartments.

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WVU urges caution, issues Community Notice after recent shooting incidents in downtown Morgantown

West Virginia University Police urge members of the campus community to use caution and be vigilant after two shooting incidents off campus in downtown Morgantown Oct. 30 and Nov. 5.

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WVU Police holding on-campus training exercises today

As part of our commitment to foster a safe environment for our campus community, the West Virginia University Police Department will hold on-campus training exercises for its officers as well as the Monongalia County Sheriff’s Department today (Oct. 24).

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WVU releases annual Clery Act report

The return to more normal campus operations at West Virginia University following COVID-19 restrictions in the previous year is reflected in the latest Clery Act report, showing increased crime reporting for 2021 in many categories.

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