10TV recently covered Ohio State's efforts to expand its police force. The university announced an effort to hire five more OSUPD officers, bringing the full authorized strength to 75. The jobs posted last week and the agency is seeking qualified candidates.
The Ohio State University is enhancing safety and security resources on and around the Columbus campus.
Police have the primary suspect in custody in relation to the robbery of an Ohio State student that led to the issuance of a Public Safety Notice on Wednesday, September 6. The suspect is a juvenile and is charged with aggravated robbery, a crime that occurred outside the Residence on Tenth Residence Hall.
Excitement is in the air as the Buckeyes prepare to host Youngstown State on Saturday at Ohio Stadium. While the football game kicks off at Noon, the university expects fans and visitors to arrive early and stay late.
The Buckeye Alert system test previously scheduled for September 6 on the Columbus campus has been rescheduled to September 13.