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Skip to content WASHU POLICE Open search Search for: Close search Open Mobile Nav Police Services Bear Patrol Bike Registration Crime Prevention Programs Fingerprinting Services Laptop Security Lost and Found Missing Student Notification Personal Safety Report a Crime Self-Defense Sexual Assault and Survivor Support STOP Tags Personal Safety Devices About Us Meet the Team Police Authority and Responsibility WUPD Demographics Accreditation WUPD Policies WUPD Training Police Response Off-Campus: What To Expect Clery Reports & Logs WUPD Traffic & Pedestrian Stop Data Directions and Where to Park Employment Contact Police Report Information Safety and Security Concern Reporting Form Silent Witness Form Feedback on campus: 314-935-5555 off campus emergency: 911 Clery Reports & Logs Crime Alerts Download all crime logs and statistics   May 1, 2024 Security Memo-Criminal Activity Des Peres/Forest Park Parkway Overview Precautions Date/Time Occured 05/01/2024 at 10:20 PM Specifics On May 01, 2024 at approximately 10:20 p.m., a student was walking near Des Peres Ave. and Forest Park Parkway when an unknown male subject approached them, tried to engage them in conversation, and grabbed their buttocks. The unknown male subject continued to follow the victim on Waterman Blvd. and then grabbed the victim’s neck and attempted to pull the victim in between two buildings. The victim was able to run away and call 911. The victim declined medical assistance. The victim described the suspect as a 5’08” – 5’09” male with an average build wearing black pants and a black hooded sweatshirt and a white Covid mask. WUPD will be conducting extra patrols in the area. Response The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department is investigating. Precautions Be observant and remain alert at all times. Do not get distracted with cell phones or other electronic devices. • If you observe someone acting unusual, do not be afraid to call the Washington University Police Department at 314-935-5555 any time of the day or night. Always report suspicious persons or activity to law enforcement immediately. • Utilize the WashU campus shuttle system when possible. Shuttle information is available at washu.tripshot.com • Observe the people around you. If they are acting unusual, create space and distance between you. • Be extremely cautious if someone you do not know approaches you, or your vehicle, and asks for information or if someone asks to use your cell phone. • Download the WashUSafe App to receive alerts and notifications. • If you do not have a cell phone go to the nearest emergency blue light telephone. March 30, 2024 Security Memo-Robbery Rosedale/Washington Overview Date/Time Occured 03/30/2024 at 9:10 PM Specifics On March 30, 2024, the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department contacted WUPD to provide information about a robbery involving a WashU student that had occurred earlier in the evening. At approximately 9:10 PM on March 30, 2024, a student was walking near the intersection of Rosedale and Waterman when they were approached by an unknown male subject. The unknown subject exited a dark colored SUV with tinted windows, pointed a handgun at the victim and demanded all of the victim’s property. The victim complied and the suspect fled the scene in the dark colored SUV. There were no reported injuries as a result of this incident. WUPD will be conducting extra patrols in the area. Response The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the robbery. WUPD will be conducting extra patrols in the area. October 19, 2023 Security Memo Overview Precautions Date/Time Occured 10/19/2023 at 4:15 PM Specifics This is an update to the Security Memo sent to the Danforth Campus on October 15. An individual named Anthony McGee, shown in the photo linked below, has been involved in two separate recent incidents involving Washington University students. Photo of Anthony McGee: https://wustl.box.com/s/pjmsdnuw5h8o5ut3cxlw8xcy4g3zhxgx In the first incident on September 15, a student reported to the Washington University Police Department (WUPD) that McGee was involved in a verbal altercation on campus in which he spit at the student. The student did not wish to pursue charges. On October 15 at approximately 2:34 PM, WUPD was advised of an incident involving two students who were walking on Big Bend near Fontbonne University when they were approached by McGee. McGee did not say anything to either student, then without warning he struck one of the students on the cheek with a closed fist and then ran away. McGee was apprehended and the Clayton Police Department presented the case to the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. Assault charges were issued on October 16. McGee was released from custody after charges were issued. On October 18 McGee was taken into custody by WUPD near the Greenway overpass and was transported to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department due to an outstanding warrant. He has since been released. McGee has been issued a No Trespassing Order by WUPD. If he is seen on campus, do not approach him and notify WUPD at 314-935-5555. Response Notify WUPD 314-935-5555 if seen on campus Precautions Report suspicious activity immediately to WUPD at 314-935-5555 or go to the nearest emergency blue light telephone. Be observant and remain alert at all times. Do not get distracted with cell phones or other electronic devices. Observe the people around you. If they are acting unusual, create space and distance between you. If you observe someone acting unusual, do not be afraid to call WUPD any time of the day or night. October 15, 2023 Criminal Incident-Assault Big Bend near Fontbonne Overview Precautions Date/Time Occured 10/15/2023 at 2:34 PM Specifics On October 15 at approximately 2:34 PM, the Washington University Police Department (WUPD) was advised of an incident involving two students who were walking on Big Bend near Fontbonne University when they were approached by the subject. The subject did not say anything to either student, then without warning he struck one of the students on the cheek with a closed fist and then ran away. The subject was apprehended and the Clayton Police Department presented the case to the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. Assault charges were issued today. The subject was released from custody late this afternoon. On September 15, the subject was reportedly involved in an incident involving a verbal altercation and spitting at another Washington University student. The subject has been issued a “No Trespassing Order” by WUPD. If he is seen on campus, do not approach him and please notify WUPD at 314-935-5555. Precautions • Report suspicious activity immediately to the Washington University Police Department at 314-935-5555 or go to the nearest emergency blue light telephone. • Be observant and remain alert at all times. Do not get distracted with cell phones or other electronic devices. • Observe the people around you. If they are acting unusual, create space and distance between you. • If you observe someone acting unusual, do not be afraid to call the Washington University Police Department any time of the day or night. September 29, 2023 Security Memo-Robbery 6000 blk Pershing Overview Precautions Date/Time Occured 09/29/2023 at 5:20 AM Specifics Late this afternoon, WUPD learned of a suspected armed robbery that took place around 5:20 a.m. this morning at a residence in the 6000 block of Pershing. The incident occurred in the alley to the rear of the residence. An unknown male subject, approached and demanded the victm’s wallet and phone. The victim reported the suspect pushed a hard rounded item into his side making the victim believe that the suspect was armed with a firearm. After taking the victim’s phone and wallet the suspect ran east and disappeared between the buildings. The suspect was described as a tall, thin male wearing all black, including a black ski mask. There were no reported injuries as a result of this incident. WUPD will be conducting extra patrols in the area. Response The St. Louis Metropolitan Police are investigating the robbery Precautions Be alert to your surroundings. Report suspicious persons or activity to the Police. If you are confronted by a thief, give them what they want and don’t chase them as they leave. Report suspicious persons or activity immediately to the Police. Be extra cautious if someone approaches you or your vehicle and asks for information or if someone asks to use your cell phone. Download the WashUSafe App. September 11, 2023 Security Memo Shepley Dorm Overview Precautions Date/Time Occured 09/11/2023 at 12:16 AM Specifics At 12:13 am, four male subjects not affiliated with the University “tailgated” into Shepley Dorm behind a student. The four subjects went to the second floor of Shepley Dorm and knocked on the door of a suite. Two students who were in the common area of the suite heard the knock on the door and looked through the peephole. The students partially opened the door and closed it again after the subjects said something unintelligible to them. The students returned to their rooms and then heard a loud noise. When they returned to the common area they observed that someone had damaged the door to their suite. Nothing appeared to have been taken and there were no injuries reported. WUPD officers arrived on scene within minutes but the subjects had already left the area. A review of CCTV confirmed that the subjects had left campus at 12:33 am. The Washington University Police Department was able to locate and interview the driver of the vehicle that the subjects left campus in and charges are pending. Response The Washington University Police Department is still actively investigating this incident. Precautions Report suspicious activity immediately to the Washington University Police Department at 314-935-555, or go to the nearest emergency blue light telephone. • Don’t allow people you do not know to “tailgate” behind you into buildings on campus. • When someone knocks at your door, don’t open it unless you know your visitor or you can confirm that the person should be in the building. • Never prop open exterior doors or gates. If you see a door propped, close it. • Lock your door, even when you are at home. • Lock the windows to your dorm room when closed, even if you are home. Close and lock windows when you leave your dorm room. • If you arrive at your room to find your door ajar, hear unusual sounds or believe your suite has been broken into, DON’T GO IN! Go to a telephone and call the Police. • If you have security or safety concerns about your suite or building facilities, contact Residential Life or WUPD. August 8, 2022 Crime Alert-Criminal Activity Delmar Loop Area Overview Precautions Date/Time Occured 08/08/2022 at 6:00 PM Specifics WUPD has learned that (3) vehicles were broken into this evening in the University City Delmar Loop area. Further details are below. Please immediately take the precautions listed below. The first vehicle was broken into in the 6300 block of Cates. It is believed the incident took place sometime between 6pm and 8:00pm. It did not appear that anything was taken. The second vehicle was broken into in the 600 block of Westgate. It is believed the break-in occurred sometime between 7:00pm and 7:30pm. In this instance, personal items were reportedly stolen. The third vehicle was broken into while it was parked in a parking garage in the 6300 block of Delmar. It is believed that the break-in occurred sometime between 7:00pm and 7:45pm. It did not appear that anything was taken. The University City Police Department is investigating all three incidents. WUPD will be conducting increased patrols in the area. WUPD has issued several security memos in the past month related to car thefts and break-ins. Local police municipalities have recently reported an increase in motor vehicle break-ins across the St. Louis region. Response University City is investigating Precautions Report suspicious persons or activity immediately to Police at 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency telephone. • If you hear a vehicle alarm, contact Police immediately. • Do not leave expensive property such as laptops, CD’s, purses, radar detectors, cellular telephones and portable stereos in plain view in your vehicle. Lock them in your trunk or take them with you. • Park in a well-lit area or as close to a light as possible. • Lock your vehicle August 7, 2022 Security Memo-Robbery 6200 block Delmar Overview Precautions Date/Time Occured 08/07/2022 at 8:00 PM Specifics Earlier today, WUPD learned of an armed robbery that took place at or about 8:00 p.m. last night, 08/07/2022, at a business in the 6200 block of Delmar. A male subject, who had apparently been loitering in the area, approached the register. The subject displayed a small black revolver and demanded money from the clerk. The clerk put money in a bag and the suspect exited the store and fled north on North Skinker. There were no reported injuries as a result of this incident. Response St. Louis Metro Police Department is investigating Precautions Be alert to your surroundings. • Report suspicious persons or activity to the Police. • If you are confronted by a thief, give them what they want and don’t chase them as they leave. Report suspicious persons or activity immediately to the Police. • Be extra cautious if someone approaches you or your vehicle and asks for information or if someone asks to use your cell phone. • Download the WashUSafe App. August 5, 2022 Security Memo-Vehicle Theft 6100 blk Pershing Overview Precautions Date/Time Occured 08/05/2022 at 6:00 PM Specifics On 08/05/2022 at 8:42pm, an employee reported to WUPD that at 6:00pm they had parked their Hyundai Tucson behind their apartment in the 6100 block of Pershing Avenue. Upon returning at 8:15pm, the employee observed that someone had stolen their vehicle. It is unclear exactly how access was gained to the vehicle but it is possible that it was left unsecure at the time it was parked. The employee immediately reported the incident to the St. Louis City Police and to WUPD. The St. Louis City Police are investigating this incident. WUPD will be conducting increased patrols in the area. Local police municipalities have recently reported an increase in motor vehicle thefts of Kia and Hyundai brand vehicles. Response St. Louis Metro Police Department is investigating Precautions • Report suspicious activity immediately to Police at 911 or go to the nearest emergency blue light telephone. • If you hear a vehicle alarm, contact Police immediately. • Do not leave expensive property such as laptops, CD’s, purses, radar detectors, cellular telephones and portable stereos in plain view in your vehicle. Lock them in your trunk or take them with you. • Do not leave loose change visible. • Park in a well-lit area or as close to a light as possible. • Lock your vehicle. • Consider purchasing an anti-theft device for your vehicle. August 4, 2022 Crime Alert-Criminal Activity 600 blk N. Skinker Overview Precautions Date/Time Occured 08/04/2022 at 9:22 PM Specifics At 9:22 pm on 08/04/2022, WUPD received a report of two (2) vehicles that had been broken into in the 600 block of North Skinker. In this instance, personal items were reportedly stolen. At 11:00 pm on 08/04/2022, a WUPD officer on patrol was informed that six (6) vehicles had been broken into on a parking lot in the area of the 6100 block of Delmar. When this incident occurred, the victims were attending a concert at a local venue. The victims reported miscellaneous personal items stolen. The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department is investigating both incidents. WUPD will be conducting increased patrols in the area. WUPD has issued several security memos in the past month related to car thefts and break-ins. Local police municipalities have recently reported an increase in motor vehicle break-ins across the St. Louis region. Response St. Louis Metro Police Department is investigating Precautions Report suspicious persons or activity immediately to Police at 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency telephone. • If you hear a vehicle alarm, contact Police immediately. • Do not leave expensive property such as laptops, CD’s, purses, radar detectors, cellular telephones and portable stereos in plain view in your vehicle. Lock them in your trunk or take them with you. • Park in a well-lit area or as close to a light as possible. • Lock your vehicle Posts navigation 1 2 3 … 7 Next Showing 1 - 10 of 65 Clery Reports & Logs Crime Alerts Crime Log Fire Log Clery Campus Security Act and Fire Safety Compliance Annual Safety and Security Brochure Campus Security Authority Reporting Downloads Safety and Security Brochure (PDF) Clery Crime Statistics (PDF) Clery Report Archive Contact Us For all police/fire/medical emergencies on the Danforth campus: 314-935-5555 Directions 6615 Shepley Drive Clayton, MO 63105 Relationship and Sexual Violence Resources Sexual Assault and Survivor Support Title IX RSVP Center Emergency Preparedness Emergency Management Have a safety or security concern? Tell us your safety and security concerns through our online form. Report a Concern Like us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram ©2024 Washington University in St. Louis

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