The university released its annual Campus Security Report Monday. There was an increased number of reported rapes, but the number of liquor law violations on campus lowered again at 48 arrests, compared to last year’s 60 arrests. DN File
UPD to conduct training exercises at Oakwood, Northside Middle School
Increased police presence is expected at the end of the work week just north of campus with Ball State's University Police Department (UPD) conducting training exercises.
A campus-wide public safety advisory email Tuesday states UPD will be conducting these exercises June 13 and 14 at Oakwood Building and Northside Middle School.
In addition to UPD, police officers from other local agencies and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) will also be participating. People are likely to notice increased presence of police and EMS vehicles in the area, the email states.
These exercises will be held from 8 a.m. to noon and 4-8 p.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. to noon Friday.