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University Police launches first 30-day trial of body-worn cameras

Allyson Chiu, Campus Editor

June 7, 2017

Filed under Campus, Campus Safety, Latest Stories

University Police officers began a 30-day trial period of wearing body cameras Wednesday, deputy chief of police Gloria Graham said. Chief of Police Bruce Lewis announced in an email Tuesday that five UP officers will participate...

Fliers denouncing relationships between black, white people falsely attributed to NU black student groups

Mariana Alfaro, Print Managing Editor

May 1, 2017

Filed under Campus, Student Groups

Fliers denouncing relationships between black and white people, reportedly seen on campus Friday, falsely listed five black student organizations as its creators. The fliers said black people who date white people are “alt-right”...

University Police to begin using body-worn cameras

Peter Kotecki, Campus Editor

October 12, 2016

Filed under Campus

University Police will begin using body-worn cameras to increase transparency and accountability, Chief of Police Bruce Lewis announced via email Wednesday. Gloria Graham, deputy chief of police, said she expects UP to begin...

Armed robber steals cash from Subway shop in downtown Evanston

Jerry Lee, Summer Managing Editor

July 11, 2016

Filed under City, Crime, Latest Stories

The Subway shop on Sherman Avenue was robbed Sunday night by a person with a handgun, according to University Police. An employee, who was the only person present at the time, reported that at about 10:10 p.m. a male subject...

Student says he was racially discriminated against on Northwestern shuttle

Tori Latham and Hayley Glatter

May 29, 2016

Filed under Campus, Latest Stories

A graduate student told The Daily a Northwestern shuttle driver discriminated against him because of his race as he rode the Intercampus Shuttle from NU’s Evanston campus to its Chicago campus Friday afternoon. A dispute arose on ...