A team of assessors from the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) will arrive at Western April 14 to examine all aspects of the Campus Community Police Service (CCPS) and its policy and procedures, management, operation, and support services.
Elections for positions to the 2012 University Students’ Council (USC) wrapped up almost simultaneously as the investigation into the hack that invalidated its first round of votes – a record-breaking tally of more than 10,000.
As Western University students return to the polls to vote, for the second time, in the 2012 University Students’ Council (USC) elections, criminal charges are pending for the accused recent grad who hacked the server and invalidated roughly 10,000 student votes – believed to be the highest turnout in a USC election to date.
London Police Service is warning The University of Western Ontario community about a string of break-and-enters in student housing areas around the university and Fanshawe College.
Over the last couple of months there have been approximately 100 break-and-enters into residences near Western. Both campus and community police are warning residents to take precautions.
London Police Service, with the help of Western’s Campus Community Police Service, continue to investigate the report of a female employee who was accosted at about 6:40 a.m. this morning near the northeast corner of the Huron Flats parking lot, adjacent to TD Waterhouse Stadium.
Elgin Austen, Campus Community Police Services director, and his team continue to push for a safer campus.
University officials continue to make adjustments as bridge construction and adjusted bus routes because of picket lines combine to cause headaches for commuters.
The London Police Service, in conjunction with Campus Community Police Service at The University of Western Ontario, is warning the public about a pervasive counterfeit cheque scam.