When a crime happens, University Police promptly inform the community.
Campus Safety Notices are issued by email whenever a serious crime on or immediately adjacent to campus poses a continuing risk to students and employees. While many of these email notices are required by the federal Clery Act, UIPD often goes beyond legal requirements in telling our campus about public safety issues so you have all the information you need to take the appropriate steps to reduce your likelihood of being targeted by a criminal.
The differently titled Community Safety Notices are issued when an event occurs in our on- or off-campus community that does not meet the federal requirements for a Clery notice but still warrants a public notification.
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- Campus Safety UpdateDear campus community member: We want to provide you with an update about a crime incident we detailed in a Campus Safety Notice on Oct. 8. As we detailed in that notice, a U. of I. student reported that he was walking near Fifth and Green streets, Champaign, where he was confronted by a person […]
- Campus Safety NoticeUniversity Police have received a report that a student was sexually assaulted around 3:45 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 30. The exact location of the incident is unknown but is presumed to be somewhere between Sherman Hall and Allen Hall.
- Campus Safety NoticeUniversity Police have received a report that a student was sexually assaulted in the early morning on Friday, Oct. 28, at a fraternity house in Champaign. The offender is not a person known to the victim.
- Campus Safety NoticeUpdate (Nov. 1, 2022) A 16-year-old offender was identified and arrested for robbery. Because of the alleged offender’s age, we are unable to offer additional information. Original post (Oct. 8, 2022) Dear campus community member: We would like to inform you of a crime that has recently occurred in the campus area so you have […]
- Campus Safety NoticeUniversity Police received a report that a U. of I. student was sexually assaulted at approximately 2:45 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1, at a university residence hall. The offender is a person who met the victim through a dating app.