As reported by ABC6, The Ohio State University Police Division and the Columbus Division of Police are working together to create a safe game day environment ahead of Ohio State's matchup with Michigan. The battle between top five teams will bring more than 100,000 fans to Ohio Stadium.
To combat a national rise in auto theft, The Ohio State University (OSUPD) is teaming up with the Undergraduate Student Government (USG). As reported by 10TV, OSUPD donated 200 steering wheel locks to USG. The organization is now handing them out to students and prioritizing Kia and Hyundai owners.
Local law enforcement and employees from The Ohio State University’s Office of Student Life will canvass the University District this week to provide helpful safety resources to students.
OSUPD continues to host its fall Community Police Academy for students, faculty and staff.
The free class shows community members what it’s like to protect and serve, while learning how to react to emergency situations. It also fosters community engagement and feedback for officers.
Safety is the university’s top priority and Facilities Operations and Development (FOD), CampusParc, Transportation & Traffic Management (TTM) and the Department of Public Safety work together to offer services during the winter months to keep you safe. As snow and ice start to collect, FOD teams are dispatched to treat campus roadways and sidewalks.