Campus emergency responders gathered for Harmony 10, Western’s annual emergency exercise, in response to a simulated explosion at Western's North Substation last Thursday morning. Campus responders involved in the exercise included Campus Community Police Service;...
Harmony 10, Western’s annual emergency exercise, gets underway at 8:30 a.m. Thursday and runs through noon. Exercise activities will be centred at locations around campus. Be aware the exercise will also include testing communication tools. These include mass emails,...
London Police Service (LPS) continues to investigate a fatal car crash from early Sunday morning on the Western campus. A car travelling along Perth Drive, near the Chemistry Building, left the road and struck a tree some time after 3 a.m. Sunday. LPS confirmed Jan...
Western’s Campus Community Police Service has issued a warning about a series of vehicle break-ins across campus in recent weeks.
Western’s Campus Community Police Service and London Police Service continue to seek the public’s assistance with a hit-and-run collision that took place on campus in the early morning hours of Nov. 3.
Western’s Campus Community Police Service is seeking assistance with a hit-and-run collision that took place on campus early Sunday morning.
While the university remains strong in other ranking systems, success in the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University rankings continues to be elusive for Western.
Watch John Carson, Western’s new director of Campus Community Police Service, meet with London Police Service chief Brad Duncan this week on campus to showcase the solid partnership between the two services.
Campus community members are being advised of a number of reports of a suspicious male suspect making inappropriate advances on female students while on campus recently.
For John Carson, it was, quite frankly, an easy decision to make.
Even after five decades in law enforcement, Elgin Austen can still be surprised.
Western community members are advised at around 10 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28, a female student walking on University Drive was approached by a man who tried to coerce her into his unmarked car while claiming he was a member of Western’s Foot Patrol Service.
Last week’s arrest of a serial sex offender who spent one September evening lurking in neighbourhoods adjacent to campus raised concerns among students and organizations who believe the threat should have been made known to them early on by police.
Students living on or off campus should not let down their guard when it comes to safety as the result of police arresting a suspect in series of break-ins in the vicinity of the university, said Elgin Austen, Director of Campus Police Services.
Last week, an alert Western student, on her 18th birthday no less, became suspicious when she saw two men loitering near the bike racks at Essex Hall.
The following message has been sent to all students in each of Western’s eight residences: London Police are investigating a sexual assault that took place in one of our residences, and an investigation is still ongoing.
A city-first emergency omni-directional weather siren – installed on the roof of Alumni Hall – will signal the earliest possible warning in case of an imminent weather emergency.
Western has installed a city-first emergency weather siren on the roof of Alumni Hall, which will be tested live today as 5,000 new students gather for a purposely intense safety demonstration.
London Police Service has charged a 32-year old male with criminal harassment following an incident on campus property Tuesday evening involving a female student. The charge followed an investigation by Western’s Campus Community Police Service (CCPS).
Nearly four months after the incident that triggered it, an internal review conducted by Western officials has reaffirmed the university’s position that two London men – Michael Roy and Anthony Verberckmoes – will remain banned from campus for a year.