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Notre Dame Security Police Department to be renamed to Notre Dame Police Department

first_imgEffective March 1, the Notre Dame Security Police Department will be renamed the Notre Dame Police Department, the University announced in a press release Thursday.With the name change, the department aims “to bring clarity for both the campus community and partners in law enforcement, more accurately portray the enforcement duties of the department and reinforce the department as a sworn police force,” according to the release. The department reached the decision after extensive research, which included meetings with groups on campus and at other institutions, the press release said.According to the release, the department will also be undergoing several operational changes to better distinguish police officers from other campus security workers. Only police officers will be responding to phone calls, and only officers will patrol the campus and drive police cars with sirens and light bars. Police officers will still wear navy blue shirts and pants, but outreach, engagement and safety inspection staff will now wear green shirts and khaki pants.“When someone calls the Notre Dame Police Department, they will be speaking with a police officer,” Notre Dame police chief Keri Kei Shibata said in the release. “And only our officers will respond to emergencies and patrol campus, so our students, visitors, faculty and staff will know what they can expect from the officer.” Outreach and community staff will spearhead crime prevention and community outreach programs, including training sessions for personal defense and sexual assault prevention. Safety and inspection staff will continue to perform routine inspections across campus. Tags: Campus Safety, NDSP, Notre Dame Security Policelast_img read more

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84-Year-Old Alpena Woman Found Safe After Being Reported Missing Over the Weekend

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisThanks to the search and rescue efforts of officials in Alpena and K-9 units from out of town an 84–year–old Alpena women has been found safe.According to the Alpena Police Department, Eloise Shubert who has dementia was found at a nearby residence home after being reported missing around 5:30 Saturday evening.Shubert was found around 10:30 pm after wandering around Tuttle Street entering the home of a neighbor while he was away.The Alpena Police Department, The Alpena County Sheriff’s Department/Search and Rescue Unit, Michigan State Police, and the Alpena Fire Department were all hands on deck in efforts to find Ms. Shubert.Local officials weren’t the only ones on duty. K–9 units from Southfield Police Department, Roscommon County Sheriff’s Department, and Brighton Police Department who happen to be here in training also assisted in the search.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious ‘I Love a Piano’ opens at Thunder Bay TheatreNext What’s Trending for October 1last_img read more

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