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Public Safety Eliminates Accessible NightHawk Services

Public Safety Eliminates Accessible NightHawk Services

March 5, 2020

The Seattle University Public Safety department has decided to discontinue their wheelchair-accessible NightHawk van service and...

Public Safety officials and other head figures of the university’s departments analyze the prospect of better lighting outside Lemieux Library.

DPS Evaluates Campus Security, Draws No Student Participation

November 13, 2019

The Public Safety Night-Walk is a yearly event that welcomes students, staff and faculty to go on a guided tour of the campus...

EMILY MOZZONE • THE SPECTATOR

Seattle U Student Not a Perpetrator in Uber Assault

May 8, 2019

The Seattle University Department of Public Safety (DPS) has confirmed that no Seattle U students were involved in the attempted...

The “Safety” of Seattle University

May 1, 2019

Following the break-in that occurred in Campion Hall roughly two weeks ago, I began to question the effectiveness of Seattle U’s...

Student Response to Uber Assault

April 24, 2019

Any event involving assault, especially one that may insinuate a prejudice, catches peoples’ attention. With a growing list ...

JAVIER PLASCENCIA • THE SPECTATOR

Public Safety Office to Transition Into New Location

February 27, 2019

Public Safety is scheduled to relocate their office between March 22 to March 31 to a new location two blocks away in the Columbia...

Self Defense Workshops Empower Students at Seattle U

October 25, 2017

As students settle into life on campus, they also may begin to ask about how to stay safe, especially as the daylight hours are get...

JESSICA DOMINGO • THE SPECTATOR

Public Safety Hosts Self Defense Workshop

October 26, 2016

Last Thursday, the Student Center echoed with powerful punches and kicks, as well as the impactful language of empowerment. Public...

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