Ohio State Division of Police and Columbus State police officers have been going through what officers say is essential training. This past week the officers have been looking at different threats and learning how to stop them.
The training they go through looks and sounds real, and that's the purpose, to put the officers through lifelike scenarios.
We are sharing the below information on behalf of the Columbus Division of Police for crimes that occurred in the off-campus area.
Two separate robberies occurred overnight (9/29/19) in the off-campus area. At this time, they are not believed to be related but we are sharing this information so the campus community can be vigilant and report any known details to law enforcement.
The first incident was reported around 11:40 p.m. when a male, not affiliated with Ohio State, flagged down Columbus Police near the 1700 block of North High Street. The...
We are sharing the below information on behalf of the Columbus Division of Police for a crime that occurred in the off-campus area.
On 9/24/19, at approximately 1:36 a.m., police responded to an armed robbery at the Waffle House located off-campus at 1712 N. High Street. A male suspect showed a gun and demanded the two employees give him cash from the register. He then fled out the back door. No injuries were reported and none of the victims are Ohio State community members.
Suspect details are limited. Anyone with information related...
Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) teaches realistic self-defense tactics and techniques to women. Our fall 2019 classes will be held each Tuesday between October 15 through November 12 at the Lawrence Tower ballroom from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Participants must attend all dates listed per session. Registration opens on Monday, September 23 and remains open until the class is full. The program, offered by The Ohio State University Police Division, is free for all females in the community.
We are sharing the below information on behalf of the Columbus Division of Police for an incident that occurred in the off-campus area.
On Sunday (9/8/19), at approximately 12:30 p.m., a female Ohio State student was walking near Indianola Avenue and E. 15th Avenue when a car pulled up beside her. An unknown male driver motioned for her to get in the vehicle and then told her to get in. The female student said no and continued walking away. The driver then pulled away and drove north.
According to Columbus Police records, nearly 200 residential burglaries were reported in the last year in off-campus areas populated by students. Off-Campus and Commuter Student Services is contributing to the safety and well-being of Ohio State students who commute to campus by providing door and window alarms and light timers.
Ohio State has won awards of all kinds for its academic achievements and athletic accomplishments. In August, it added an Emmy to the list.
Ohio State’s Department of Public Safety and WOSU Public Media won a regional Emmy for their work on “Surviving an Active Aggressor,” which was produced in 2018.
The video was submitted to the Emmys Short Format Program category, which is just one of 100 categories to which WOSU could have submitted it. It competed against other videos submitted from the Ohio Valley Chapter, including those from Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and West...