Despite preventive measures put in place to avoid sexual violence, students still feel hyper-aware when walking around certain areas.
Officers pronounced him dead at the scene on Wednesday.
The photo was taken prior to his employment with MUPD.
A warrant has been issued for an MU student’s arrest.
MUPD sends email warning students of subzero temperatures, provides tips for avoiding hypothermia and frostbite
Students weigh the pros and cons of attending classes in the winter conditions.
An MU junior studying information technology in the College of Engineering was found unresponsive on the first day of classes.
‘Driving While Black in Columbia’ addresses the difference between racial disparities in law enforcement and discrimination
9.7 percent of Columbia’s population account for 24 to 33 percent of vehicle stops.
Columbia resident Daniel Northington Hughes, 28, was arrested on Sunday, Sept. 16 and will go to court Oct. 3 at 1:30 p.m.
Rave Guardian is designed to give students a virtual “guardian” to walk with them.
Stolen vehicles, machetes and french horns are all in a night’s work for these officers.
In years past, students charged with MIPs would first be sent to court, and then risk up to a year in prison and a $1,000 fine.
Rep. Jered Taylor’s bill aims to reduce the number of gun-free zones in the state, eliminating college campuses, businesses, churches and the state Capitol from the list of banned places.
The station will allow officers to be more visible and available for students, Dean of Students Jeff Zeilenga said.
The female subject was officially taken into police custody after a campus-wide search this afternoon.
MUPD Chief Doug Schwandt said that sending out each MU Alert emergency message is an individual decision.
On-campus, non-campus and public property locations have seen major shifts among liquor and drug law arrests, as well as hate crimes.
The four-star center arrived on campus on June 3.
Police issued a second report of three related suspicious incidents. The suspect has been identified.
The arrest is unrelated to the three other sexual misconduct incidents that occurred on campus last year.
Homecoming Parade Committee member Abrea Mizer: “We’ve been working really hard to make sure the parade will run smoothly and to make it as quick as possible, yet still enjoyable for everyone.”