GW’s security official said the office eliminated some empty positions, but staff members’ new responsibilities have made them more engaged in their jobs.
Do you think you have Ebola? GW wants to know. The University blasted its protocol on the virus to students Monday in preparation of some traveling to affected countries during the holidays. Students who travel to an Ebola-affected country this Thanksgiving break are asked to contact the Office of Emergency Management before and after visiting […]
The University Police Department will operate out of the Academic Center starting Aug. 15.
The forum, led by Senior Associate Vice President for Safety and Security Darrell Darnell, included a question and answer format that allowed members of the GW community to voice their inquiries in-person and online.
The University Police Department, the Office of Health and Safety, GW Hospital, the Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Education, the American Red Cross, D.C. Fire and EMS and EMeRG all gathered at the event.
Office of Emergency Management representatives attended planning meetings for the event, University Police Chief Kevin Hay said. After consulting with the officials, Hay said UPD determined it will keep patrols at its normal levels during the meetings.
The University will also lock down all rooftop terraces and balconies, Senior Associate Vice President for Safety and Security Darrell Darnell said, and is inspecting back-up generators across both campuses to ensure they are fueled and running properly.