Tag: GUPD

GUPD Should Not Be Armed

GUPD Should Not Be Armed

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04/29/2018

The GU Advocates for Responsible Defense (GUARD) presented the Office of the President with a letter arguing that GUPD officers should be trained and equipped with firearms on April 13. A group of about 20 Georgetown students signed the letter anonymously, and leaders of the group made it public. The letter condemned the university’s current…

Maintenance worker alleges racial profiling by GUPD

Maintenance worker alleges racial profiling by GUPD

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01/30/2017

On Jan. 6, a GUPD officer allegedly stopped Clarence Wesley, a maintenance worker who has worked at Georgetown for almost 15 years, outside of New North. Wesley, who is black, said this was a case of racial profiling. According to Wesley, he was stopped by an officer while leaving his building, and was physically restrained…

Sexual crimes suspect apprehended on Prospect St.

Sexual crimes suspect apprehended on Prospect St.

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09/19/2016

On Sept. 17, a suspect possibly involved in several crimes around the Georgetown neighborhood, including attempted sexual assault, was arrested by the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD). Georgetown University Police Department (GUPD) warns another suspect may still remain at large. Students received an email Sept. 15 from Jay Gruber, GUPD’s chief of police, reporting that MPD…

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