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Nov 19, 2015

Two-Day Emergency Exercise

A emergency exercise called "Operation Red Rail II" will simulate a train derailment Tuesday on campus. Traffic, classes and university services will not be disrupted, but federal, state and local emergency personnel will be on campus during the event. 

Oct 29, 2015

‘Safety Is a Shared Responsibility’

Through training workshops from NC State‚Äôs Violence Prevention and Threat Management (VPTM) program and multiple ongoing exercises throughout the year, law enforcement and safety personnel are using education to minimize threats on campus by increasing awareness. 

May 1, 2014

Bear Found on Campus Was Hit by Vehicle

Contrary to numerous media reports and social media posts, the bear found dead on campus this week was not shot. The pranksters who dumped his body on a bench near the Brickyard have not been identified, according to police. 

Mar 6, 2014

Hero Recalls Off-Duty Rescue

NC State police officer Eva Telles received the Governor's Award for Excellence last fall for saving a life. Bravery and quick thinking are part of the job, she says. 

Oct 30, 2013

Alert Tool Goes Live Nov. 1

OIT will deploy a new Wolf Alert tool on networked computers this week to help police get the word out when an emergency occurs on campus. 

Oct 22, 2013

Peeping Suspect Arrested

University police arrested a suspect in two peeping cases that occurred on campus Monday afternoon. 

Sep 11, 2013

Tough Talk at Faculty Senate

Big topics dominate the discussion at the Faculty Senate, where news about handguns, budget cuts and enrollment targets gets a fresh airing. 

May 2, 2013

NC State Boosts Campus Security

NC State is stepping up police patrols on campus in response to two recent assaults on students. 

Jan 7, 2013

Drill Tests Responders

NC State first responders conducted an active shooter drill last Friday. The event, held inside two residence halls, included student volunteers. 

Feb 1, 2012

Chancellor on Campus Safety

Chancellor Randy Woodson discusses the paramount importance of campus safety and praises the professional response to last week's reports of an armed man on campus.