An intoxicated student was causing a loud disturbance in Thurston Hall and made a series of threats toward officers and personnel.
The subject would not leave the area after being told to do so by multiple people.
University Police Department Chief RaShall Brackney spoke with students in the Marvin Center Tuesday night about the relationships among students of color and UPD officers on campus.
A student reported to UPD that he was assaulted at an off-campus nightclub by another student who was later arrested.
A student was arrested for simple assault Thursday in Francis Scott Key Hall after a roommate claimed the student shut a door on her shoulder.
Brackney approved of the concept of adding a board last spring, but the SA has not presented specific plans to her yet.
UPD responded to a noise complaint and saw alcohol and two rifle-style BB guns. The alcohol was disposed of on the scene, and UPD confiscated the two BB guns.
Previously, the app pinpointed the location of a student on campus at the moment he or she pressed the button and could not follow the phone as the user moved.
An individual, not affiliated with the University, reported to UPD that an unknown individual pretending to be a GW student defrauded $30 from him.
The department will continue its operations and respect students’ First Amendment rights, but will make changes to their policy on protesters if needed.