The Orange County Sheriff’s Office released a video on their Facebook page Tuesday of two persons of interest and a getaway vehicle from the shooting at Plaza on University in early Jan., less than a mile from the UCF main campus.
UCF's John C. Hitt library was evacuated Wednesday evening after a pipe busted on the third floor, leading to flooding, according to UCFPD.
UCFPD has spent over $400,000 since 2018 on new equipment for transparency and safety, according to UCFPD.
A UCF student crashed his truck into a sign board at the University Commons shopping center early Sunday afternoon.
The UCF Police Department received a brand new emergency response and rescue vehicle Friday to support the department's Heavy Response Team in responding to critical incidents.
Tightly closing her eyes, adjunct instructor Kim Hardiman was almost unrecognizable after her face was coated in a vibrant green mask of colored powder.
UCF Police Department added ‘Blue’ to UCF Downtown's safety team, the department announced in a press release on Wednesday morning. Blue is a 2-year-old yellow lab who specializes in detecting explosives, conducting sweeps of buildings and assisting partner agencies with detection searches.
Tall, fluorescent yellow poles topped with blue flashing lights and labeled with the word “emergency” are placed strategically in 245 locations throughout UCF's main campus.
About two years ago, sophomore psychology major Kassandra Butler was driving home from a friend's house when she got pulled over by a police officer.
UCF Cares, a section under the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, hosted its second Title IX training workshop of the semester Wednesday in Ferrell Commons.
The UCF Police Department sent out a crime awareness message through email Tuesday afternoon to alert students and faculty to be cautious of their surroundings, after an attempted robbery occurred Monday at around 12 p.m. in Parking Garage H, according to a UCF police report.
The wife of a UCF faculty member, whose death was ruled “suspicious” in January by the Winter Park Police Department, was charged with murder on Wednesday, Orange County jail records show.
The UCF Police Department is now doubling down on its pedestrian safety project by placing officers at busy crosswalks around campus, according to a tweet sent out by the department on Friday.
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- UCFPD annual security report finds decrease in on-campus crimes in 2016
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- The fight to keep guns off campus
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- Orlandoans demand action on gun control from Rubio, other legislators
- Legislators and citizens march for gun reform
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