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Anschutz Medical Campus and CU Denver are open and operating on a normal schedule today,
Tuesday, November 17. Updates will posted here throughout the day.
information about CU South Denver, please
As of Noon on August 27, The
CU Skaggs School of Pharmacy on the Anschutz Medical Campus has been evacuated due to a small fire that has
been extinguished. The Aurora Fire Department and CU Denver Police are on
scene. Please avoid the area.
Reported to have occurred near noon on January 13th
STRONG ARM ROBBERY AT 900 AURARIA PARKWAY (TIVOLI STUDENT UNION, AURARIA CAMPUS BOOKSTORE)
REPORTED OFFENSE: Auraria Campus Police are investigating a shoplifting incident from the Auraria Campus Bookstore (900 Auraria Parkway) that resulted in physical force being used, escalating the crime to a strong arm robbery. The suspect is known to police, who are currently attempting to locate the suspect at their residence of record in partnership with the Denver Police Department. The suspect was seen fleeing the campus, ACPD does not believe an ongoing threat exists to the campus.
SUSPECT: The suspect is described as a black male, late 20’s, 5-11, 185 pounds, wearing a blue hoodie and blue pants. He was last seen fleeing off campus towards Auraria Parkway.
REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY If you or someone you know has any information that might be helpful in this investigation, please contact the Auraria Campus Police Department in one of the following ways:
Visit in person: 1201 5th Street, Administration Building, Room 110
Leave an anonymous tip via the “Comments” phone line: 303-556-2677
If you see something, say something: If anything suspicious occurs or you are the victim of a crime, immediately call the Auraria Campus Police Department from any campus phone by dialing 911 or from a cell phone by dialing 303-556-5000.
Blue Light Emergency Telephones: Be aware of the blue light emergency telephones in the parking lots and throughout the campus. Use these telephones to be connected with the Auraria Campus Police Department to report suspicious persons or incidents.
NightRider Service: The Parking & Transportation Services Department offers a program called NightRider, an evening transportation service that provides safe rides for students, faculty, and staff from any campus building to any Auraria Campus parking lot.
NightRider Service Hours
Monday-Thursday from dusk-10 p.m.: 303-556-2001
After-hours safety escorts provided by Auraria Campus Police Officers upon request: 303-556-5000
The CU Anschutz Medical Campus is expected to be open and operating on a normal schedule tomorrow, December 30.
An update will be posted if the schedule chanages.
Please stay safe and use caution while traveling icy roads.
The Anschutz Health and Wellness Center is closed until 12:00 noon on Friday, Nov. 14, while a minor chlorine spill is cleaned up.
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. 23
Nighthorse Campbell Building, Room 102
TIME: 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. (as long as supplies last)
COST: $20 (Cash, Check, or Current Student Insurance Card)
Thursday, Oct. 16
Education 1 Building, Room 2101
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
REPORTED OFFENSE: A victim reported that at approximately 11:15 a.m. Tuesday, October 7, 2014, they were walking towards Campus Village from the Tivoli Student Union, and noticed the suspect following them to Campus Village. They then left Campus Village, returning towards campus. Once passing the 5th and Walnut intersection, while on the north (Walnut) side of the 5th Street Garage, the suspect grabbed the victim's buttox and said “hey, what’s your name.” The suspect then fled the scene in to the 5th Street Garage.
SUSPECT: The suspect is described as a black male, 19-20 years old, 5’7” to 5’8" tall, wearing a grey zip hoodie (with the hood up), dark blue jeans, and wearing a black backpack, sunglasses, and ear buds. Auraria Campus Police are searching the area and reviewing video footage for any relevant leads.
REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
If you or someone you know has any information that might be helpful in this investigation, please contact the Auraria Campus Police Department in one of the following ways:
· Call: 303-556-5000
· Visit in person: 1201 5th Street, Administration Building, Room 110
· Leave an anonymous tip via the “Comments” phone line: 303-556-2677
Parking is available again on the upper floors in the 7th Street garage on the Auraria Campus following a temporary closure Tuesday, Sept. 30 due to a car fire.
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This afternoon (Monday, September 22, 2014), a project manager for the VA Hospital construction site notified the Aurora Police Department of a bomb threat. There is no reason to believe the Anschutz Medical Campus community is affected by this event at this time.
The University of Colorado Denver Police Department assisted the Aurora Police Department in evaluating the threat.
The construction company believes the threat is a hoax, however, as a precaution, they have evacuated the construction site for the day.
Should conditions change, you will be promptly notified. Traffic in and around the area is not effected.
Remember to be observant at all times and report suspicious activity by calling 911 from any campus phone or 303-724-4444 from your cell phone.