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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.

VCU Police headquarters is the new home for Transgender Day of Remembrance tree

Kenneth Decker will tell you there has been tremendous resentment by the transgender community toward law enforcement. A history of missteps, and basic misunderstandings of the challenges transgender individuals face, has led the transgender community to distrust police worldwide.

VCU Police and Richmond Police host tree dedication with TDoR RVA

The Virginia Commonwealth University Police Department, in partnership with the Richmond Police Department and TDoR RVA, will dedicate an Okame cherry tree on Friday in honor of the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.

VCU police chief participates in White House discussion on investigative practices for sexual assaults

Vice President Joe Biden had powerful words last week to inspire sexual assault prevention advocates who visited the White House from across the United States.

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