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Crime Advisories

Crime Advisory 10/18/17CRIME ADVISORY ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE   October 18, 2017   Campus Crime Advisories are issued to warn of possible dangerous conditions on or near the Illinois State University campus.  For a complete listing of Crime Advisories, including full suspect descriptions if available, [...]
Crime Advisory 10/5/17CRIME ADVISORY ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE October 5, 2017 REPORTED OFFENSE: On Thursday, October 5th, at approximately 4:34 PM, a student reported to ISU Police an unknown male suspect ejaculated on the window of her occupied vehicle while she was parked in ISU Lot G86 (near the intersection [...]
Crime Advisory 09/15/17CRIME ADVISORY ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE September 15, 2017 REPORTED OFFENSE: On September 7, 2017, a student reported to ISU Police that a male suspect she met on Tinder and communicated with via Snapchat attempted to extort her by threatening to share her nude images.  On Thursday, [...]


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ISUPD receives new AED unitThe Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation (IHLF) recently donated an automated external defibrillator unit to the Illinois State University Police Department. The donation is part of the Foundation’s efforts to supply the units to first responders in McLean County.
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Moving past bias with officers and the communityFinding opportunities for positive interactions is key to the relationship, said University Chief of Police Aaron Woodruff.
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University Police invite public to Behind the Badge eventLaw enforcement officers will connect with the public at the annual Behind the Badge community event from 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, April 11, at Horton Field House.
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