The University of Connecticut Police Department advises students to protect themselves and those around them should they be heading out to parties and events for Halloween, especially if there is alcohol involved, Lieutenant Jason R. Hyland said.
Assessing the medical needs of a person suffering from over-consumption of alcohol and/or drugs is the University of Connecticut’s first priority before legal issues, according to their code of community standards.
The University of Connecticut police department is offering tips for students to ensure they are safe while bicycling on campus. There have been four motor vehicle accidents involving bicycles since 2015, according to University of Connecticut Deputy Chief of Police Andrew Fournier.
Students received the message on behalf of Eleanor J.B. Daugherty, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students in the division of student affairs, and Joelle Murchison, Associate Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer in the office for diversity and inclusion.