EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION/TIMELY WARNING UPDATE INFORMATION
GPD_UFPD_92814 Joint Press Release from the Gainesville Police Department and the University of Florida Police Department regarding an individual who believed she was being followed by someone she believed matched the suspect decription of the previous incidents. In this incident however, no contact occurred between the reporting person and the individual.
GPD_UPD_JointRelease Joint Press Release from the Gainesville Police Department and the University of Florida Police Department regarding additional suspect video and a composite drawing of an individual who may possibly be the suspect.
Public Service Announcement from University of Florida Police Chief Linda J. Stump
14-13 Battery Update University of Florida Police Department Press Release regarding the reclassification and unfounding of the September 5, 2014 incident
GPD_Release_17883_FV Gainesville Police Department Press Release regarding the reclassification and unfounding of the September 5, 2014 incident
The following information is provided by the Gainesville Police Department
VIDEO: This is a POSSIBLE suspect from Saturday’s two sexual assault attempts. Please help us identify. http://youtu.be/N3vkJKBTef0
PHOTOS: Attached are two photos of the POSSIBLE suspect in these attacks – it is the best information we have to go on at this point while we sort through other surveillance video. This person is suspected of two sexual assault attempts on Saturday, August 30th.
TO BE CLEAR:
The reported battery last night near UF Library West described a similar suspect, but it is not known yet if the suspect is the same.
The subject is on the sidewalk near the left hand of the frame
The subject is walking right to left in the frame in the gator colors.
If anyone has any information that could identify the person in the photos, please contact GPD Detectives at 352-393-7670, Crimestoppers at 352-372-STOP or text keyword “GPDFL” plus your tip to 274637
Emergency Notification - September 28, 2014 2:24 am EDT
Part 3 of 3 Any new info call 352-955-1818. UFPD will continue to increase patrols on campus thru the night.
Emergency Notification - September 28, 2014 2:21 am EDT
Part 2 of 3 Suspect last seen north of campus at 1130 pm GPD continuing investigation.
Emergency Notification - September 28, 2014 2:19 am EDT
Part 1 of 3 Follow up investigation verified no attack occurred. Reporting person was only followed.
Emergency Notification - September 28, 2014 12:56 am EDT
Updated description of suspicious subject white male approx. 22 years old wearing orange shirt blue shorts orange hat
Emergency Notification - September 28, 2014 12:54 am EDT
Part 3 of 3 If you see anyone matching description please call UPD 3523921111
Emergency Notification - September 28, 2014 12:53 am EDT
Part 2 of 3 White male 6 ft small build brown hair with beard wearing blue shirt orange shorts
Emergency Notification - September 28, 2014 12:50 am EDT
Part 1 of 3 Suspicious person last seen in Hub area at midnight matching description of previous attack suspect
Emergency Notification - September 8, 2014 12:11 am EDT
Battery suspect not located. UFPD & GPD are actively patrolling campus. If you have information please call UFPD at 352-392-1111.
Emergency Notification - September 7, 2014 11:09 pm EDT
UFPD has established a rumor control line for information or concerns regarding battery tonight. 352-294-2289.
Emergency Notification - September 7, 2014 9:12 pm EDT
Part 4 of 4:Call Upd if you have any information 352-392-1111
Emergency Notification - September 7, 2014 9:10 pm EDT
Part 3 of 4:Last seen running towards reitz union Upd and Gpd searching area
Emergency Notification - September 7, 2014 9:08 pm EDT
Part 2 of 4:White male wearing orange shirt black gym shorts and black baseball cap
Emergency Notification - September 7, 2014 9:06 pm EDT
Part 1 of 4 :Battery just occurred at mccarty hall between bldg. b and c
Emergency Notification - September 5, 2014 4:38 am EDT
Suspect not located, officers continuing to patrol area, call 352-391-1111 with any infomation
Emergency Notification - September 5, 2014 3:36 am EDT
Part 3 of 3: Suspect fled in unknown direction. GPD and UPD officers searching for him now. Call 352-392-1111 with info
Emergency Notification - September 5, 2014 3:35 am EDT
Part 2 of 3: Subject is in his 20s large build, 6ft tall orange shirt, blue cargo shorts, brown hair, brown beard.
Emergency Notification - September 5, 2014 3:33 am EDT
Part 1 of 3: Female attacked in area of Library West. Suspect is white male.
Timely Warning - October 19, 2014 6:11 pm EDT
The University of Florida Police Department (UFPD) was notified of the following information regarding a sexual battery that took place on the University of Florida campus. The victim initially notified a Campus Security Authority (CSA) of the incident and later provided UFPD with only the basic incident information provided below. The victim did not wish to pursue a continuing law enforcement investigation at this time. Due to the nature of the incident and the difference between when it occurred and when it was reported, the UFPD is providing this Timely Warning.
The victim reported that at approximately 7:50pm on Saturday, October 18, 2014 he was walking along McCarty Drive between Newins-Ziegler Hall and the McCarty Hall parking lot. As he was walking, the suspect walked up behind him, grabbed him by the arm, and escorted him into the woods nearby. Once they entered the woods, the suspect sexually battered the victim and then fled the area on foot. The victim indicated that there was no weapon used during the incident.
The victim described the suspect as a white male, tan skin, 5’08” height, 150 pounds, with light brown hair. During the incident the suspect was wearing blue jeans and a “brownish/reddish” polo style shirt.
There is no indication at this time that this incident is related to the incidents of battery reported to the Gainesville Police Department (GPD) and UFPD in late August and early September.
The UFPD firmly believes that crime is never the fault of the victim. These general safety tips are provided in an effort to assist members of the UF community.
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University of Florida Football Gameday Information
Football vs Kentucky 9-22-12 024 As 2014 Gator Football season begins, the University of Florida Police Department (UFPD) encourages all who will be participating and sharing in these excting games on campus to review the fan intiatives, guidelines, and safety information provided by the University of Florida Athletic Association (UAA) listed below:
Fan initiatives, guidelines, and safety information for the 2014 season Click Here
Parking and Shuttle Service Information Click Here
Parking Map and Information Click Here
Football vs Kentucky 9-22-12 031 If you or your organization plans to work any home football game during the 2014 season, you are required to submit your personal information by clicking the following link: Click Here
Everyone who works inside Ben Hil Griffin Stadium on game day is required to submit to a background check by law enforcement prior to the issuance of a credential by the UAA. If you have any questions pertaining to requirement, please contact Lt. Alton McDilda at 352.273.3314 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Lindsey Thomas at 352.375.4683, ext. 6042 or email LindseyT@gators.ufl.edu .
As always, Go Gators!!
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Florida Online Self Report of Traffic Crash
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