SAFE-U ADVISORY (Email only)
SAFE-U EMERGENCY (Email, Text)
U of M Twin Cities: A robbery occurred on 12/12/2019 at 7:30 pm near 25th Ave Se and Delaware St Se. Victim was punched by an unknown suspect. Loss was a bag of groceries. There is limited suspect information in this incident. Use caution. Updates and safety tips at z.umn.edu/alerts.
This is an MPD case.
SAFE-U ADVISORY: U of M Twin Cities campus implements reduced operations
Dear students, faculty, and staff,
Given the winter weather forecast, impacts on transportation networks, and upcoming holiday weekend, the Twin Cities campus will move to reduced operations beginning at 11 p.m. tonight, Tuesday, November 26. Campus operations will resume on Thursday, November 28, at 12:01 a.m. Here is what this means for you:
- Classes are cancelled on Wednesday, November 27.
- Only designated “essential” employees must report to work. Managers and supervisors have identified affected employees and should promptly notify them about scheduling. A number of you are necessary to maintain our campus’ 24-hour operations and we greatly appreciate your service.
- On-campus child care services will be closed on Wednesday.
- Campus bus service will operate on the night and weekend schedule (Campus Connector and University Avenue Circulator only). Paratransit service is suspended.
- Tuesday third-shift facilities management employees do not need to report.
- Facilities management will resume normal operations at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
- M Health and UMP clinics and hospitals are not affected by this change.
Please remember that individuals are reminded to use their own best judgment about their safety. View the full Campus and Building Closing Policy ( z.umn.edu/closingpolicy ) for details about expectations for non-essential employees. Weather tips and information can be found by visiting: dem.umn.edu.
For any further weather updates, please visit umn.edu.
Sincerely, Mike Berthelsen, Vice President, University Services
U of M Twin Cities: A robbery occurred on 11/19/2019 at 11:30 am near Huron and Delaware St Se. The suspect is a male, 5'7 - 5'9, 170 - 190 lbs, wearing a dark sweatshirt and dark pants. The suspect left in a dark blue vehicle. Use caution. Updates and safety tips at z.umn.edu/alerts.
This is a MPD case.
Campus Safety & Security
Near Campus Jurisdictions
Many students and employees live in the neighborhoods that surround the campus. These neighborhoods are not the jurisdiction of the UMPD and most are outside of the University’s Clery Act responsibility. However, when a serious crime occurs in an area just outside of our Clery geography, the University works closely with our law enforcement partners to determine if a public safety notification should be issued to the University community.
Community members are encouraged to sign up for community and neighborhood alerts for off-campus areas. This can be done through the police department where you live.
Predatory Sexual Offenders
Certain felony level sex and other predatory offenders are required by law to keep law enforcement agencies apprised of their current residence, employment, and school address, as well as any changes to that information. Some of these offenders have demonstrated by their past behavior that they are part of a group who pose the greatest risk to the public when released. This does not mean that they will commit a new crime, just that they are part of a group of persons who might.
State and federal law requires UMPD to advise the University community of the release or residence of such predatory offenders in our community. Any such predatory/sexual offenders that are attending classes or are employed at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities can be found here. These individuals are not wanted by law enforcement at this time and have served the sentence imposed upon them by the court. The use of this information to threaten, harass, or intimidate such individuals may be a crime and will not be tolerated.
The website does not contain information regarding predatory sex offenders who live or work near, but not on, University of Minnesota property. A list of such offenders may be found on the Minnesota Department of Corrections website.