Ingham Regional Crash Investigation Team Announce 2017 Data

East Lansing, Mich. The Ingham Regional Crash Investigation Team members conducted 51 traffic crash investigations in 2017. Of the 51 crashes, 22 resulted in fatalities and 29 involved serious injury. The Ingham Regional Crash Investigation Team members are trained to investigate and reconstruct traffic crashes that result in fatalities or serious injuries. This multijurisdictional team […]

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Start of the Semester Test Message

As part of our continuing efforts to improve safety on campus, we test our various notification methods at the start of each semester to demonstrate how you can receive information during a threat or emergency. These urgent messages ask people to take specific actions for their own safety and provide critical information. This semester we […]

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MSU becomes 5th university in nation accredited in emergency planning

EAST LANSING, Mich. — After more than a two-year process spearheaded by MSU Police that included creating and revising thousands of pages of emergency plans with individuals from across campus, Michigan State University has become the fifth higher education institution in the nation to become accredited in emergency planning. MSU is just the second entity […]

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MSU Alert Issued on Sept. 9 Cancelled

East Lansing, Mich. On September 9, 2017, the Michigan State University Police Department issued an MSU Alert after receiving a report of an alleged sexual assault near Spartan Village in East Lansing. After further investigation, MSU Police officers were able to determine that the report was a false report. After conducting interviews, reviewing video surveillance […]

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MSU Alert: October 20, 2017

MSU ALERT: MSU Police advise that at approximately 11:15 p.m. a person was seen with a gun at the Kellogg Center on Harrison Rd. near Michigan Ave. The suspect is described as a black male and approximately 20 years old. He is tall with a thin build, wearing shorts and a green or gray t-shirt, […]

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MSU stepping up police presence, security at campus events

EAST LANSING, Mich. — In light of concerns both nationally and internationally, MSU Police are stepping up security efforts for campus events, including a no-bag policy for all events at indoor athletic facilities, effective with Midnight Madness at the Breslin Center on Oct. 20. Those efforts also will include a more visible police presence at […]

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East Lansing, MSU Police Receive Threats against MSU Athletic Events

EAST LANSING, Mich. —  The East Lansing and Michigan State University police departments have received letters making general threats against MSU athletic events. The letters do not provide specific information in regards to the event or manner of the threat. Both police departments are working in conjunction with additional law enforcement agencies to investigate the […]

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MSU Police Encourages the Community to Plan in Advance during Preparedness Mon

East Lansing, Mich. In recognition of September as National Preparedness Month, the Michigan State University Police Department urges students, faculty and staff to prepare for, respond to and mitigate emergencies. “An emergency or disaster can occur at any time and at any place,” said Captain Penny Fischer, MSU Police Department Emergency Management Commander. “By being […]

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MSU Police Remind Motorists & Pedestrians to Move Safe

East Lansing, Mich. As students, faculty and staff return to campus, the Michigan State University Police Department would like to remind motorists and pedestrians to move safe. The Move Safe campaign focuses on educating motorists and pedestrians about taking safety measures while walking, biking and driving a vehicle or moped. Here are some safety tips […]

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MSU Police Participate in Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign

East Lansing, Mich. The Michigan State University Police Department will be cracking down on drunk drivers during the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign from August 18-September 4. Throughout Michigan, law enforcement officers are conducting extra patrols to arrest drunk drivers. The crackdown period includes the Labor Day holiday. “Driving impaired is not worth […]

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