Washington University Police Department patrol officer Don Moore is inviting the campus community to support Tamara Collier and her two young children this holiday season. Collier was paralyzed from the neck down when a bullet meant for police hit her.
Glenn was chosen from a field of 60 candidates from across the country. He was selected for his stellar record, strong relationships with campus and community partners, and commitment to students.
An independent, high-level review of the Washington University Police Department’s (WUPD) policing practices was conducted last summer. The recently released findings show that the WUPD’s Fair and Impartial Policing policy is a national model for other law enforcement agencies.
On the first Monday after the end of daylight saving time, the Washington University Police Department holds its “Don’t be in the Dark” safety program. The program, in its 10th year, serves to educate students about safety tips while walking after dark.
With the recent time change — daylight savings time ended at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 6 — it will get dark earlier in the evening. The Washington University Police Department offers some reminders as part of the “Don’t be in the Dark” campaign.