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On Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014, University Police and the City of Aurora Police Departments will be conducting a full-scale crowd control exercise to test on-scene coordination between the law enforcement agencies. Simulation exercises and drills are among the most useful tools for evaluating and testing emergency preparedness and response.
The drill will take place on the Anschutz Medical Campus at the Parade Grounds, south of the Anschutz Wellness Center (19th Avenue and Racine Street).
Expect road closures
On Oct. 15, between 1- 5 p.m., along Racine Street between E. 19th Avenue and 17th Place and East 17th Place between Quentin Street and Racine Street will be closed.
Please use caution if traveling in this area during the drill.
Students, faculty and staff at CU Anschutz can drop in for a flu shot:
- Thursday, Oct. 16
Education 1 Building, Room 2101
- Thursday, Oct. 23
Nighthorse Campbell Building, Room 102
TIME: 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. (both dates for as long as supplies last)
COST: $20 (Cash, Check, or Current Student Insurance Card)
Sponsored by: The Occupational Health Program, Department of Environmental Health and Safety(EHS), made possible with EHS 2014 Safety Fair support from: Arbor Occupational Medicine and Concentra
How you'll know if conditions such as weather or other threats are affecting normal schedules:
University safety and facilities personnel regularly monitor developing weather forecasts and conditions. They then provide the latest information to University leadership when conditions pose a safety threat to students, faculty, staff or visitors at any of our locations. University leadership will determine if conditions require campus closure(s) or modified schedules.
When inclement weather develops overnight, University leaders assess conditions and announce any schedule adjustments by 5 a.m.
Here's where to find location updates:
- Notices sent to university-issued email accounts
- Individuals can call the toll-free phone line: 877-463-6070
- Information posted here on this site: www.ucdenver.edu/alert
- Students, faculty and staff can self-register for text and voice messages on your cell phone via Rave (www.getrave.com). Please make sure your contact information is current in the CU Portal Access.
- Monitor Denver area television and radio reports