The Virginia Tech Police Department has received multiple reports of larceny of bicycles. Bicycles have been reported stolen from areas near the residential halls, particularly on the south side of campus along Washington Street.
To ensure the accurate dissemination of public health information and consistency of design of signage across all campus locations, Virginia Tech will engage a centralized process to approve and install signage in public-facing university spaces in campus locations across the Commonwealth.
In keeping with the goals articulated in Gov. Ralph Northam’s Executive Order Sixty-Three, Virginia Tech will require the use of face coverings beginning on Friday, May 29, for employees at all university facilities in the commonwealth.
Be on the lookout for suspicious emails: the Virginia Tech IT Security Office is tracking a sharp increase in ‘spear phishing’ emails impersonating Virginia Tech administrators, which contain false links or other attempts to access personal information.
The rescue squad elects new officers each academic year to lead their members and help advance the campus community’s safety. This year, the squad held a virtual swearing-in ceremony on May 1 to honor and recognize their new leaders.
Integral to the Virginia Tech Police Department’s efforts to enhance campus safety is the security guard team — a group of individuals dedicated to serving the university community and lending a helping hand wherever it is needed.
Coordinated by Virginia Tech Emergency Management, a formal plan identifies potential emergency conditions at an event site and lays out procedures that need to be followed to increase preparedness, minimize risk, and prevent injury.
Case has served in a number of roles within the squad, including as an attendant, assisting with patient care on emergency calls; as the former director of special projects; and currently as an ambulance driver.