BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Lt. Marc DeCoulode

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According to a recent Bay Area News Group analysis of 2015 crime statistics, UC Berkeley issued campuswide alerts for less than 30 percent of reported sexual offenses that occurred on or near campus in 2015.
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According to a recent Bay Area News Group analysis of 2015 crime statistics, UC Berkeley issued campuswide alerts for less than 30 percent of reported sexual offenses that occurred on or near campus in 2015.
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DeSondra Ward, a UC Berkeley employee who pleaded guilty in February to embezzling more than $300,000 from the Lawrence Hall of Science, was sentenced to 18 months in jail Tuesday.
DeSondra Ward, a UC Berkeley employee who pleaded guilty in February to embezzling more than $300,000 from the Lawrence Hall of Science, was sentenced to 18 months in jail Tuesday.
At the request of UCPD, campus administration is constructing a fence around the chancellor’s campus home, known officially as the University House, in order to reduce the number of officers posted at the residence.
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At the request of UCPD, campus administration is constructing a fence around the chancellor’s campus home, known officially as the University House, in order to reduce the number of officers posted at the residence.
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Three armed robberies have been attempted on or near the UC Berkeley campus in the last two weeks-- two successful -- reflecting a growth in robberies in the area over the last five years.
Three armed robberies have been attempted on or near the UC Berkeley campus in the last two weeks-- two successful -- reflecting a growth in robberies in the area over the last five years.
UCPD arrested Alfredo Mendez, a 20-year-old UC Berkeley student, last Thursday on three counts of unlawful recording of residents in Unit 1’s Cheney Hall while using the restrooms and showers.
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UCPD arrested Alfredo Mendez, a 20-year-old UC Berkeley student, last Thursday on three counts of unlawful recording of residents in Unit 1’s Cheney Hall while using the restrooms and showers.
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This Saturday’s football game against Sacramento State should experience an influx in student attendance as freshmen are now allowed free admission to every home football game this season.
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This Saturday’s football game against Sacramento State should experience an influx in student attendance as freshmen are now allowed free admission to every home football game this season.
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Bay Area lawmakers introduced legislation last Thursday proposing that new smart phones and tablets sold in California come equipped with a digital “kill-switch” function, allowing owners to disable devices when lost or stolen.
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Bay Area lawmakers introduced legislation last Thursday proposing that new smart phones and tablets sold in California come equipped with a digital “kill-switch” function, allowing owners to disable devices when lost or stolen.
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UC Berkeley found itself at the center of national media attention Monday night following a bizarre series of events that culminated with an explosion near California Hall and the swift evacuation of campus.
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UC Berkeley found itself at the center of national media attention Monday night following a bizarre series of events that culminated with an explosion near California Hall and the swift evacuation of campus.
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A Clark Kerr Campus resident director reported an incident of hateful, homophobic vandalism inside a unisex bathroom last week, making it at least the second hate-related incident to transpire in the UC Berkeley campus community this month.
A Clark Kerr Campus resident director reported an incident of hateful, homophobic vandalism inside a unisex bathroom last week, making it at least the second hate-related incident to transpire in the UC Berkeley campus community this month.
A new survey has been sent out to Berkeley residents, asking for their opinions about Berkeley police officers carrying tasers.
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A new survey has been sent out to Berkeley residents, asking for their opinions about Berkeley police officers carrying tasers.
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