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DPS is proud to announce the release of our video, Safety at UH Mānoa! This video provides a quick overview of information you need to stay safe on campus. We encourage our community to view this video to learn how you can protect yourself and your personal property on campus. We hope you enjoy!
DPS has received information regarding a possible threat to campus. Honolulu Police arrested a subject on UH Mānoa campus. There is no threat to campus, and operations may continue as normal.
In recent weeks, DPS has received reports of suspicious activity on UH Mānoa campus, including unaffiliated individuals sleeping in campus buildings and attempting to gain access to residential buildings and campus facilities after hours. Thanks to some alert campus community members, DPS was informed and able to involve HPD in a few cases that resulted in arrests.
日本一本道a不卡免费DPS would like to remind our community that if you see something, say something. This means calling DPS immediately should you see suspicious individuals on campus loitering in areas seemingly without legitimate business, peering into buildings after hours, looking into car windows, and/or sleeping in buildings.
While none of these instances of suspicious activity has resulted in violence or threats of violence, it is important that our community is aware of these concerns so we can work together to maintain a safe campus community. Student Housing staff are conducting regular checks to ensure that all doors are secured and to prevent unauthorized people from loitering in housing facilities. DPS is also increasing patrols of student housing, Waʻahila faculty apartments, and areas known to be frequented by campers (including Waʻahila ridge). Should you see people in these areas who don't appear to belong, please do not confront them – call DPS immediately at (808) 956-6911 and/or the Honolulu Police Department at 911 so we may respond to the area.
With the holiday break approaching, DPS would like to provide tips for keeping you and your property safe:
日本一本道a不卡免费Thieves have struck UH Mānoa in a recent string of moped thefts on campus. DPS wanted to share some trends that may assist riders in keeping their property safe. Of course, the fault lies only with the perpetrator and not the victim, and DPS is committed to educating our community when we see concerning trends.
Over the holidays, mopeds can be an easy target for theft because they are light and easy to move, especially when unlocked. In each of the three incidents that have occurred over this past week, the moped's owner had only been away from their vehicle for a short period of time (in some cases, only for a few minutes). This has been a common theme with other moped thefts this fall. In addition, DPS has noticed that in the overwhelming majority of our moped theft cases, the owners did not secure the moped to a rack or other immovable object. While it is possible for a moped to be stolen when locked, the unlocked mopeds present an easier target. We urge our community to lock mopeds to an immovable object, using a heavy chain lock even if you are only away for a few minutes. If you notice suspicious individuals loitering in parking areas, please call DPS immediately at (808) 956-6911 so we can send an officer to respond.
日本一本道a不卡免费There is no specific parking area that is targeted — of the three recent incidents, one occurred at student housing, one occurred at Hawaiian Studies, and the third was stolen from the moped racks near Sinclair library. Lower campus areas near UH Athletics and the campus portables is another area where mopeds have been targeted in the past.
DPS has increased patrols to moped parking areas and is working diligently to educate the community on this concern. If you see suspicious activity, especially in parking areas, or if you have any information regarding any of our moped thefts, please call the UHM Department of Public Safety (DPS) at (808) 956-6911 or the Honolulu Police Department at 911. Please read below for more tips.
Moped theft prevention tips: