CURRENT CAMPUS/COMMUNITY SAFETY NOTICES

4.22.14 - Campus discussions on sexual violence with the U.S. Department of Education
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Office for Civil Rights (OCR) from the U.S. Dept. of Education will be conducting focus groups to discuss the students' experience with the University's policies and resources related to sexual violence and sexual harassment, and to understand the campus climate regarding these issues. OCR would like to meet a broad representation of students, including people of all genders, survivors of sexual violence or sexual harassment, and those who have not experienced harassment.

Please join representatives from OCR for a discussion about this important topic. Food will be served. Student focus groups will meet April 28-30, 2014.

4.15.14 - UH Alert - Arrest made in connection with UHM burglaries
This is an update to yesterday's UH Alert about two recent burglaries occurring on the Mānoa campus.

In the early hours of Tuesday, April 15, 2014, UHM Campus Security staff, while conducting patrols of Lower Campus, discovered an attempted burglary in progress.

The subject, later identified as a previously arrested burglary suspect, was detained by Campus Security and subsequently arrested by the Honolulu Police Department.  The investigation continues, and charges will be sought.  The arrested suspect is believed to be responsible for both previously reported burglaries.

If you see anyone or anything suspicious on campus or on UHM properties, please call Campus Security at 956-6911.  In case of emergency, call 911.

4.14.14 - UH Alert - Two burglaries reported to Campus Security
UHM Campus Security has received two (2) reports of burglaries.

A report was received today about a burglary on Lower Campus near the Hawaiian English Language Program (HELP) portables near the ROTC buildings and Kahanamoku Pool.  Entry was made through a window and food items were taken.

Campus Security also received a burglary report last Friday at Kuykendall Hall, where entry was made through a window and cash was taken.

The cases have been referred to the Honolulu Police Department for further investigation.

If you see anyone or anything suspicious on campus or on UHM properties, please call Campus Security at 956-6911.

In case of emergency, call 911.

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