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The Investigation

August 27, 2019 Ada Wood 0

INTRODUCTION A program designed to train American law enforcement alongside international partners across the globe sounds like something that would find a home within a government agency. Yet the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange (GILEE) […]


GSU professors assess criminal bias

March 14, 2019 Jacell Bland 0

Mass incarceration has always been a controversial issue in society, but now individuals like to tamper with criminal sentences. Eyal Aharoni, assistant professor of psychology, Sarah Brosnan, professor of psychology and philosophy and Heather Kleider-Offutt, […]


GSUPD establishes new dispatch center

January 20, 2019 Will Solomons 0

While Honors students are in class learning, and prospective students are on tour, five dispatchers are answering calls and monitoring the campus in the basement of Centennial Hall. The GSUPD call center moved from their […]


Weekly Crime Blotters: Nov. 26

November 26, 2018 Digital Editor 0

Nov. 15 A place to recharge A Georgia State student was reported for simple battery against another student at 3:42 a.m. at the University Lofts. Prank calls are getting out of hand… A Georgia State […]


Weekly Crime Blotters: Nov. 12

November 12, 2018 Digital Editor 0

Nov. 4 Cheaper than Goodwill A student reported their laundry stolen at 4:38 p.m. in the University Commons Building A. Nov. 6 Doyouknowwheremycaris? *burp* A non-student was arrested for drinking in public and was issued […]


Weekly Crime Blotters: Nov. 5

November 5, 2018 Digital Editor 0

Oct. 29 Can’t I just pay the ticket? Two non-student offenders were arrested around 4 p.m on a charge of marijuana possession in Hurt Park. Urban exploration A trespass warning was issued to a non-student […]

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