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A new navigation system that includes building, interpretive, parking, street, trail, and other signs along with information kiosks and banners will guide those on campus.
The system will be tested on the Blacksburg campus and at university facilities located in six regions across Virginia.
The student-run organization was compliant in all areas examined and will continue to serve as the oldest collegiate rescue squad in Virginia.
Foust joined the university in 2011 as the deputy chief of police and assistant director of security after a 24-year career with the FBI.
The new signs will replace ones the university has been using since the 1980s and will bring an improved appearance to campus.
Building emergency coordinators, who make sure university departments work together to develop consistent emergency plans, will hold their annual training on June 25.
More than 17 buildings on campus will be renovated or under construction this summer
The mini-academy teaches about officer safety, crime prevention, tactical response, K-9 operations, weapon safety, and cybercrime. Also, students will drive a police car through an obstacle course.
VCU Police Sgt. Joel Abernathy has been patrolling Virginia Tech’s campus with Sgt. Derek Hutchison as part of a two-week exchange program.
Virginia Tech will send three messages as part of a special full-scale test of its VT Alerts. The three messages will allow the university to evaluate new alert systems.
A university employee was arrested and charged with forgery and embezzlement
The 9 ½ year-old German shepherd was the Virginia Tech Police Department’s apprehension and narcotics detection K-9.
Virginia Tech will participate in the Commonwealth of Virginia's statewide tornado drill scheduled for Tuesday, March 11 at 9:45 a.m.
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