What happened to “Campus Safety?” 3

By Nicole Yeager – 1851 Contributor 

The Lasell College Campus Police website states, “The safety of our community rests with all of us…. Problems can be prevented if Campus Police is contacted whenever one detects suspicious behavior or individuals. The best security is prevention”. Up until March 31, I believed that Campus Police wanted to keep me and my fellow students safe…I was proven wrong.

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Chronicle’d Podcast: Episode 3, Campus police officer Brian Barnes Reply

By Tristan Davis – Features Editor

Get to know campus police officer Brian Barnes as he allows editor Tristan Davis into his own police car for a conversation. The two talk about the recent clown hoax, and working on creating a familiar relationship between students and campus police. Please excuse a lesser audio quality due to the setting.

Staying safe on campus Reply

By Blair SchneiderContributing Writer

In less than one month, members of the Lasell community have received two notices of sexual assault on campus from Vice President of Student Affairs Diane Austin.

In late September, the community received an email from Austin, notifying them that an undergraduate student reported that she had been sexually assaulted and it was by a person known to her. The email said the alleged assault is reported to have taken place the weekend of September 18th, in one of the College’s residential buildings, and it is currently under investigation. More…

Ed Conlin retires as Chief of Police Reply

Levi Flood – Contributing Writer

Ed Conlin, Lasell’s Chief of Campus Police and Director of Public Safety, formally retired from his position on March 20. Following his retirement, Chief Conlin will be serving as an Emergency Services Specialist for the National Fire Protection Association. Captain John Kennedy will be the acting chief for Lasell while the college searches for a permanent replacement. More…