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Police report sexual assault in Callahan Hall

Police report sexual assault in Callahan Hall

Billy Keeney, News Editor December 1, 2019

University Police released a timely warning Sunday afternoon stating a sexual assault occurred in Callahan Hall, on Nov. 30 around 9:00 p.m. According to the release, University Police received an anonymous...

Police report attempted sexual assault

Police report attempted sexual assault

Noelle Horn, Assistant News Editor October 8, 2019

University Police released a timely warning Tuesday morning stating an attempted sexual assault occurred Monday evening.  According to the release, a female reports being taken and held against her...

Left to right: Amber Ford, Autumn Ruehl, Heather Mitchell

A different perspective: NKU’s newest police officers

How NKU’s police department’s three new women officers are breaking the mold
Noelle Horn, Assistant News Editor September 11, 2019
NKU's police department has recently hired three female officers, making it the first time the department has had three female officers at one time.
Northern Terrace burglar steals from four women, hides in plain sight

Northern Terrace burglar steals from four women, hides in plain sight

Leonard Ivey, Reporter September 9, 2016

After an unknown woman successfully executed three weeks of thievery, the group of roommates she was victimizing realized that she had been hiding in plain sight. According to an e-mail from NKU’s Interim...

Former Police Chief Leslie Kachurek goes over information with his staff. Kachurek announced his resignation  in June.

Chief of Police focuses on community outreach

Carrie Crotzer, Editor-In-Chief September 19, 2015

After a late start to the school year, Leslie Kachurek is starting to settle into his role as Northern Kentucky University’s chief of police. In his first three weeks at the university, Kachurek...

Learning more about the gun incident

Carrie Crotzer, Editor-In-Chief September 9, 2015

In a recording received Tuesday by The Northerner, a female student who remains unidentified can be heard rushing away from Steely Library as she tells the 911 dispatcher that there’s a student in the...

UPDATE: Mearns addresses open records on gun incident

UPDATE: Mearns addresses open records on gun incident

Abby Anstead, News Editor September 2, 2015

President Geoffrey Mearns sent an e-mail to the Northern Kentucky University community Wednesday, nearly a week after a female student had a gun in Steely Library. The email said that the NKU police...

UPDATED: NKU officers respond to gun incident

UPDATED: NKU officers respond to gun incident

Carrie Crotzer, Editor-in-Chief September 2, 2015

It was a seemingly normal Thursday when social media began a frenzy of news that someone was in possession of a gun on NKU’s campus. It was around 11 a.m. on Aug. 27 when NKU lit up Twitter with...

BREAKING: NKU Police respond to student in possession of gun

Carrie Crotzer, Editor-in-Chief August 27, 2015

Social media began buzzing Thursday morning after reports surfaced that a student had been taken into custody after being in possession of a gun on the third floor of Steely Library.NKU's official twitter...

Police chief candidates offer a variety of backgrounds

Abby Anstead, News Editor August 5, 2015

NKU’s police department’s primary goal over the summer has been to find a new chief for the department, a goal which entered its final phase last week after holding three forums for the final candidates...

NKU searches for new police chief, PD turmoil nearby

Carrie Crotzer, Editor-In-Chief July 30, 2015

NKU is searching for a new police chief amidst controversy over a police shooting at nearby University of Cincinnati.Police involved shootings have been a sensitive subject across the country in recent...

Chief of Police Jason Willis announced his resignation from NKU, effective May 29. Willis recently received a Ph.D. in education and educational leadership and plans to use his doctorate in his next career.

BREAKING: Chief of Police Jason Willis resigns after receiving Ph.D.

Tori Lentz, News Editor April 22, 2015

Chief of Police Jason Willis announced he is resigning from NKU to pursue other opportunities in higher education. His resignation, effective May 29, comes after four years as head of the NKU Police Department. Willis...

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