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TIFFANY FITZPATRICK THE SIGNAL Three University of Houston-Clear Lake international students have been victims of a recent string of robberies in the Clear Lake area. The robberies occurred off-campus, primarily between midnight and 4 a.m. on weekdays. A bulletin sent out in late September specifically acknowledged international students as victims, which raised concern among the […]
UHCL will be hosting the annual Angie’s Half Crazy Half Marathon event from 6:00AM – 11:30AM. In support of this event there will be several campus entrance and street closures.
The following is a release from the UHCL Police To All Students, Please be aware that student lot permit enforcement both at UHCL Clear Lake and UHCL Pearland begins Monday, February 11. If you have not already purchased and/or picked up your parking permit, please make sure you do so before February 11. At UHCL Clear Lake, […]
The following message was sent out to the UHCL community from UHCL Police Chief Paul Willingham Dec. 17, 2012. The UHCL Police Department’s Business Office Window will be closed this week. If you are picking up keys or have other non-payment business with the Police Department, please pick up the service phone outside the window […]
The following message was sent out to the campus community by UHCL Chief of Police Paul Willingham Dec. 12, 2012. Dear UHCL Community, There will be a vendor on campus Thursday, December 13, 2012, between the hours of 9:00AM and 12:00PM conducting a demonstration of a siren / mass notification system. During this demonstration the […]
The following community bulletins are from the UHCL Police Department. UHCL POLICE DEPARTMENT COMMUNITY BULLETIN UPDATE CASE CLEARED The UHCL Police has concluded its investigation into the University Forest Apartments robbery reported on Friday, November 23, 2012 at 4:30AM. The investigation revealed that the alleged robbery was in fact actually a dispute between two former […]
In the past 24 hours, there has been a rash of armed robberies in the area. Yesterday, a person was robbed at gunpoint near the Shipley’s Donuts on El Dorado. The suspect’s description is unknown.
The world can be a dangerous place. News headlines fill with stories of bomb scares, shootings and muggings on college grounds.
The following is an update regarding Hurricane Isaac from the UHCL Police Department. Click here to view it on the UHCL Police website.