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Annual Spirit Walk will briefly close roads near VCU's Siegel Center

Virginia Commonwealth University will host its annual New Student Convocation and Spirit Walk on Tuesday, Aug. 22. The VCU Police Department will close roads for an estimated 20 minutes to allow students to walk from the Stuart C. Siegel Center to the 900 and 1000 blocks of Floyd Avenue.

Law enforcement agencies to conduct active shooter training exercise on Monroe Park Campus

The Virginia Commonwealth University Police Department will conduct an active shooter training exercise Thursday, Aug. 3, on the Monroe Park Campus. Police conducted a similar exercise in August 2016.

Police help Richmond campers beat the heat

More than 60 summer campers took a timeout from the sweltering heat last week to learn more about policing in Richmond. On July 19, officers and academy recruits from the Virginia Commonwealth University and Richmond Police departments met with campers, aged 8 to 12, from the Mary and Frances Youth Center's Lobs and Lessons tennis program and the Police Athletic League.

VCU Police implement regional traffic plan for high school graduations; VCU parking subscribers receive temporary assignments

The Virginia Commonwealth University Police Department expects heavy traffic in downtown Richmond during local high school graduation ceremonies at the Stuart C. Siegel Center.

VCU Police and City of Richmond to discuss traffic impacts during high school graduations

Representatives from the Virginia Commonwealth University Police Department and the City of Richmond on Wednesday will discuss the anticipated traffic impacts to downtown Richmond during local high school graduations at VCU's Stuart C. Siegel Center.

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