After an indecent assault and battery took place on North Pleasant Street on Saturday, police are searching for a suspect.
This Sunday at 11 a.m. at Rafter’s Sports Bar and Restaurant, the UMass chapter of Alpha Delta Phi will be raising money for childhood cancer research.
This week’s crime log includes two cell phone-related domestic assault and batteries and the alleged theft of a laptop by a local homeless man.
This past weekend’s arrests include a female who was arrested twice by UMPD in one day and an assault and battery between two brothers, among others.
Christopher LaFlamme has held many positions at the University of Massachusetts Police Department over his 35 years of service and has confirmed his retirement “within a year” of this January.
After the alleged rape of a UMass student, the University is taking another look at security across campus.
UMass Police Department crime log from Oct. 18-21: This weeks crime log includes arrests for OUI, and minors in possession of alcohol.
A press conference was held at the UMass Police Department on Oct. 22 regarding an alleged rape of a female student in her dorm room on Oct. 13. UMass students also commented on the incident.
Four men have been arrested and charged with raping a female University of Massachusetts student in a UMass residence hall, University officials said.
John K. Horvath hopes to meet as many students and faculty as possible as he takes on his newest job as the University of Massachusetts police chief.
With Soulfest and the Spring Concert at the Mullins, the UMPD had to be on their toes all weekend. Here is the crime log for the past few days.
At approximately 11p.m. on Sunday, a University of Massachusetts student was sexually assaulted outside of the Mullins Center.
A UMPD officer and an attorney from Student Legal Services spoke on Thursday of the rights of individuals during face-to-face encounters with police officers.
Columnist Kim Ovitz thinks the police presence on campus is getting excessive – and could warp campus culture.
Here’s a look at the police log from the past week for the University of Massachusetts Police Department.
At approximately 7:30 p.m. Friday, a vehicle caught fire nearly 200 ft. from the entrance to the lower garage of the Campus Center, blocking visitors to the campus center from entering or leaving the lower garage and its surrounding vicinity.
The lawsuit was prompted after the discovery of audio surveillance equipment that was recording on-duty officers from a number of the police station’s ceilings at all hours.
Here’s a look at the UMass crime log from over the long weekend.
The UMass Police Department is seeking help identifying participants in the post-Super Bowl disturbance in Southwest.
Collegian producer Ryan Pollack gives his account of Southwest after the Super Bowl.