Category: Crime/Title IX

UVU’s Title IX office wants students to know they’re here to help

A Title IX information session was organized in order for students to better understand how the office functions and how it can help students on UVU’s campus, Apr. 11 in the Sorensen Student Center. Ashley Larsen, the Associate Dean of Students, and two Title IX office representatives organized the event. Though ran almost smoothly, there was an issue the event ran into: a low student reception, with only two students showing up. A communication major and one of Title IX’s student interns, Jarika James, explained her feelings about the importance of the department. “I love being able to help...

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Police Reports

Alcohol Offense March 13 — 8:06 p.m. An officer was dispatched to the Fulton Library on reports of a disorderly person causing a disturbance on the second floor. The officer found a man who had been drinking to the point of intoxication. The man was arrested and booked into the Utah County Jail for public intoxication, trespassing, failure to self-identify and consuming alcohol in a public place.   Drugs March 14 — 2:04 a.m. An officer stopped a vehicle for both a moving and a non-moving violation near the UVU roundabout. Upon further investigation, the driver was found to...

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