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Emergency alerts now available to students in languages other than English

April 4, 2023

Current CU Boulder students can choose their preferred language for emergency alerts during fall preregistration. Learn more.

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New member to Community Oversight Board brings student voice to police

March 21, 2023

The Oversight Community Review Board of the CU Police Department continues to provide community benefits by including members with various backgrounds in hiring, policy decisions and more.

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Things to know about drug-facilitated sexual assault

March 14, 2023

Alcohol and other substances are often used to commit sexual assault. Here are some things you should know about drug-facilitated sexual assault and drink spiking.

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CU Boulder police leverage grant for recruiting, retaining officers

March 7, 2023

A new funding award will be used by CUPD to attract and keep officers through increased training and community engagement.

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CU Boulder and Boulder Police chiefs address recent off-campus incidents

March 1, 2023

After a week in which the university sent emergency alerts sharing information on several incidents in the city of Boulder, Chiefs Doreen Jokerst and Maris Herold explain how the public safety agencies cooperate with one another and how campus stakeholders can stay informed of emergency information.

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CU Boulder alerts system test postponed

Feb. 28, 2023

As part of the continuous assessment of our emergency notification protocols and procedures, campus officials will test the CU Boulder alerts system on the afternoon of Tuesday, March 21.

Doreen Jokerst

What to know about how campus emergency notifications work

Feb. 22, 2023

The campus’s new practice of alerting stakeholders to off-campus incidents can raise questions about the nature, reasoning and terminology of notifications, as evidenced this week. CU Boulder Police Chief Doreen Jokerst discusses.

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Want to be more aware when CU sends alerts and advisories?

Feb. 6, 2023

There’s an additional way to receive notifications during all three levels of alerts, not just for CU Emergency Alerts.

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When students, faculty and staff notice behaviors of concern

Feb. 2, 2023

CU Boulder has a sophisticated approach to identifying and sharing concerns. Here’s what to do if you think someone needs help.

Police Chief Doreen Jokerst

When faculty and staff notice behaviors of concern

Feb. 2, 2023

CU Boulder Police Chief Doreen Jokerst wants to remind faculty and staff how to recognize and report behaviors of concern, including information about how CUPD and the university respond once authorities are made aware.

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