The law can be difficult to navigate, especially on a college campus. Here's the best of the police encounters for the past year.
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A University of Arizona Police Department officer responded to Banner University Medical Center in reference of a reported assault of a young woman on Nov. 28.
A University of Arizona Police Department officer responded to a call at 1303 E. University Blvd. in reference to suspicious activity on Nov. 8. Upon arrival, a female flagged the officer down. She told the officer a strange male had been following her for the last two weeks.
Two UAPD officers responded to the Main Library in reference to an intoxicated subject yelling and being disorderly on Oct. 24. The individual was described as a 60-year-old white male and had been last seen in the courtyard of the Integrated Learning Center.
The UA Diversity Task Force held a meeting in Old Main on Monday to update their team members on the tasks at hand for the Faculty and Staff Diversity Committee and the Cultural Competency Training Committee.
Suspicious stabber & Motorcycle theft
The UA Campus Recreation Center is working to renovate their locker rooms and create a specific locker room area for anyone that desires more privacy when they go to work out on campus.
The Willed Body Program at UA’s Medical College has seen a surge in body donations, and it isn’t alone. Last year, the Willed Body Program, which serves all three state universities among other education institutions, received 270 bodies compared to their average 180—an almost 67 percent increase.
The UA College of Nursing has launched the world’s first integrative nursing fellowship, which will teach 11 faculty fellows the foundation, principles and potentiality of integrative nursing.