UB Police investigating sexual assault on South Campus

Published February 16, 2014 at 4:57 PM

University at Buffalo Police are investigating a sexual assault that occurred early this morning at a South Campus residence hall.  The suspect is known to the victim and the University Police investigation is continuing.  It is not believed there is a current threat to others at this time.

Members of the university community are reminded to stay alert to their surroundings and always travel with other people they trust.  Use the SBI Safety Services walk stations, Safety Shuttle or other UB transportation services.  Call 716-829-2584 for information from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday or go to their website at healtheducation.buffalo.edu.

For tips on how to stay safe, go to www.upolice.buffalo.edu or http://www.student-affairs.buffalo.edu/public-safety/whattodo.php

Members of the community are urged to be vigilant at all times, and to report any unusual circumstances or suspicious persons and activities to the University Police as soon as possible.  Always call the University Police if you are ever in a situation where you do not feel safe at 716-646-2222 or use any blue light phone. Tips on any campus crime can be reported at 716-645-2227 or anonymously at www.upolice.buffalo.edu.