The following vehicles will be sold at auction at the Michigan State University Police Department, vehicles may be viewed and bids may be entered at the Police Impound Lot, on the west side of the MSUPD building located at 1120 Red Cedar Road, East Lansing MI 48824. Vehicles may be viewed from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM on 1/25/2021 through 1/28/2021, an appointment is required. All bids must be entered by 2PM on 1/28/2021. Bids will be opened at 8 am on 1/29/2021. Winners will be contacted by 10 AM on the same day. If you would like to witness the bids being opened or to set up an appointment to view vehicles email Kathy Bissett at email@example.com. All MDHHS […]Read More about Vehicle Auction at the MSU Police Department
Timely Warning for Motor Vehicle Theft: Date Reported: 12-12-2020 Date Occurred: Between 12-11-2020 and 12-12-2020 Location: 1855 Place Apartments Suspect Information: Unknown Vehicle Information: 2015 Beige Chevrolet Malibu Vehicle Registration: Unknown Michigan temporary license plate. Synopsis: The owner parked their vehicle in Lot 15 on 12-11-2020 at 9:00 p.m. The owner returned to Lot 15 on 12-12-2020 at 8:30 a.m and discovered the vehicle missing. The vehicle was recently purchased and does not have a permanent license plate attached to the vehicle.Read More about MSU Alert: Timely Warning for Motor Vehicle Theft
UPDATE: The vehicle was located on 11-14-2020 and was never stolen. No crime occurred and the report will be unfounded. Timely Warning for Motor Vehicle Theft: Date Reported: 11-13-2020 Date Occurred: between 11-11-2020 and 11-13-2020 Location: Lot 15, 1288 Garden City Rd Suspect Information: Unknown Vehicle Information: 2009 Blue Ford Focus 4 door Synopsis: The owner parked their vehicle in Lot 15 on 11-11-20 at approximately 5:00 p.m. The owner returned to Lot 15 on 11-13-20 at approximately 5:00 p.m. and discovered their vehicle missing.Read More about MSU Alert: Timely Warning for Motor Vehicle Theft (Unfounded)
East Lansing, Mich. In an effort to ensure the health and safety of fans, student-athletes, coaches, officials, staff and students, tailgating will be prohibited in all parking lots and campus spaces this football season. The Michigan State University Police Department will continue to enforce University Ordinance 21.03, which prohibits the possession of open or uncapped containers of alcoholic beverages and the consumption of alcoholic beverages in all public areas of lands governed by the MSU Board of Trustees and in all public areas of campus buildings. “On home football game days, certain rules are normally suspended,” said Captain Chris Rozman, MSU Police public information officer. “However, for this football season parking lots will be closed and there will be no […]Read More about MSU Police Prepares for the Return of College Football – No Tailgating On Campus
MSU Timely Warning: Motor Vehicle Theft Timely Warning for Motor Vehicle Theft occurring on the East Lansing campus reported by Michigan State University Police Date Reported: 10-09-2020 Date Occurred: 10/9/2020 Location: Holmes Hall Synopsis: The owner parked their moped on the east side of Holmes Hall East in the moped parking area. The moped was last seen at 2:00am on Friday, October 9th. When the owner returned to the parking area at 12:00pm on Friday, October 9th, the owner discovered the moped was missing and reported the incident to the police. Suspect Information: Unknown Vehicle Information: 2013 White Honda Ruckus MopedRead More about Timely Warning: Motor Vehicle Theft
MSU Timely Warning: Motor Vehicle Theft Timely Warning for Motor Vehicle Theft occurring on the East Lansing campus reported by Michigan State University Police Date Reported: 09-26-2020 Date Occurred: Between 11:30 pm on Friday, September 25 and 12:30 pm on Saturday, September 26 Location: 1855 Place Apartments Suspect Information: Unknown Suspect Vehicle Information: 2005 Suzuki 650 motorcycle, yellow in color Synopsis: The owner parked and secured the motorcycle in the North part of Lot 15, 1855 Place. The motorcycle was last seen at 11:30 pm on Friday, September 25. When he returned to the parking lot at 12:30 pm on Saturday, September 26, he discovered the motorcycle was missing and reported the incident to the police.Read More about Timely Warning: Motor Vehicle Theft
MSU Emergency Alert Emergency Alert: This is a message from the Michigan State University Police Department regarding the recent Ingham County Health Department order. Ingham County Health Department identified a recent COVID-19 outbreak tied to the MSU community and issued a mandatory quarantine for several off-campus locations. Visit http://www.hd.ingham.org/Portals/HD/Home/Documents/cd/coronavirus/EOSeptember14-2020-18.pdf for more information. MSU continues to work with local health authorities to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Health and safety precautions help slow the spread. Please remember to wear a mask, watch your distance, and wash your hands. Visit msu.edu/together-we-will/ for the most up-to-date information about proactive measures on campus and what you can do to protect yourself and others. You can learn more from your health care provider, cdc.gov/coronavirus/ and […]Read More about Alert issued at 09/14/2020 07:32:45 PM EDT.
Start of Fall Semester 2020 Test Message This is a message from the Michigan State University Police Department. At the start of every semester, we test our mass notification system. Please refer to the email you received today from Michigan State University ALERT NOTIFICATION for additional information.Read More about Alert issued at 09/02/2020 12:55:30 PM EDT.
East Lansing, Mich. The Michigan State University Police Department is pleased to announce that the department has completed a pledge, which focuses on improving their response to those living with mental illness in their community. The pledge is part of an initiative called the One Mind Campaign started by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), a 30,000 member professional association for law enforcement that provides training, technical assistance, and recruitment services. To join the One Mind Campaign, law enforcement agencies must pledge to implement four promising practices in a 12-36 month period to improve the outcome of interactions between police officers and persons in crisis or impacted by mental illness. “We are fortunate to work closely with our […]Read More about MSU Police Completes One Mind Campaign Pledge
On August 18, 2020, President Stanley announced a change of plans for Fall Semester, 2020. Effective immediately, Michigan State University is asking undergraduate students, who planned to live in residence halls this fall, to stay home and continue their education remotely. In conjunction with these new plans, the MSU Police Department’s Parking Office will automatically process refunds for the following parking permits: Lot 15 Lot 24 Lot 25 Lot 65 Lot 83 Lot 89 Lot 91 Parking permits provided for the Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, Human Medicine, and Veterinary Medicine student permits will also be refunded. If you have purchased one of these parking permits, no further action is needed on your part. Transactions processed through CashNet, the University’s online […]Read More about Parking Updates for Fall Semester 2020