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All posts tagged "David Barger"
Rodriguez steps in as interim chief of public safety
The university has appointed former Deputy Chief of Public Safety Edgar Rodriguez as the interim chief of public safety after the former chief David Barger chose to take a personal leave, according to a memo from Executive...
- Posted April 14, 2015
Rodriguez named interim chief of public safety
Deputy Chief of Public Safety Edgar Rodriguez has been appointed interim chief of public safety, effective immediately, according to a memo from Executive Vice President and Provost Mark Thompson on Tuesday. Rodriguez joined Quinnipiac’s Department of Public...
- Posted April 8, 2015
Walk into Chief of Public Safety David Barger’s office and you’ll see his passion for law enforcement. 40 years worth of policing awards, medals, helmets and badges cover his office and desk, a desk he’s been sitting...
- Posted April 1, 2015
Hamden crime rates increase
Some students who live off campus, such as junior Kevin Pollard, take more safety precautions living off campus due to crime in the area. “Based on the stuff that’s happened, we definitely always need to lock our...
- Posted February 4, 2015
Public Safety strengthens security
The Public Safety Department has been undertaking new measures to strengthen the university’s security after recent local and nationwide events such as the violence in New Haven, the burglaries in Village and the Boston Marathon bombings. “At...
- Posted November 20, 2013
New Haven crime increasing
The New Haven Police Department has seen a rise in crime within the city since late August, the precise time that students returned to Quinnipiac. This rise in crime has occurred primarily in the city’s entertainment district,...
- Posted September 25, 2013
Public Safety’s schooling
While Quinnipiac University’s students retreated to beaches, boats and ski resorts for spring break, the Department of Public Safety was busy training its newly appointed sergeants to better serve the university community. Quinnipiac hosted “Polishing the Badge:...
- Posted March 26, 2013
Lahey, panel to respond to student concern
Quinnipiac’s top line administrators, including President John Lahey, will discuss the future of Quinnipiac University, tonight at 6:30 with the Student Government Association in the Carl Hansen Student Center Piazza. The panel will include President John Lahey,...
- Posted January 30, 2013
Eastview residents ticketed without warning
Seniors living in Eastview who park in the adjacent surface lot were surprised to find tickets on their cars on Nov. 29. Many did not know that they are responsible for knowing when scheduled events at the...
- Posted December 6, 2011
York Hill, Mount Carmel parking changes in store
Parking privileges are getting better for seniors while juniors will soon be forced to the curb, waiting for shuttles to take them to class.
- Posted October 25, 2011
Senior parking at York Hill to open next week
Starting next week, seniors living in the Townhouses will now be allowed to park in the 40 parking spaces located next to the suites. Residents in Eastview will have access to the 120 parking spaces located directly...
- Posted October 20, 2011
Security sending commuters to Westwoods
With the first weeks of classes coming to a close, the initial perks of living off-campus came to a screeching halt for Quinnipiac’s upperclassmen.
- Posted September 9, 2011
Quinnipiac gets new security vehicles
Over the summer, the security department acquired three 2011 Ford Explorers to replace the older models.
- Posted August 31, 2011
Lahey, panel respond to SGA’s concerns
Quinnipiac’s Student Government Association organized the first State of the QUnion address on Monday at Rocky Top Student Center. The event highlighted several ongoing projects and featured a Q&A between students and administrators.
- Posted April 27, 2011