For a second year, Notre Dame Security Police’s Parking Services will offer a way to pay off ticket fines and do good at the same time. Through the Food for Fines program, Parking Services will accept nonperishable food as payment for parking violations. The program runs from Monday, Nov. 12, to Friday, Dec. 7. Each donated canned good or food item is worth $2 in fine payments. Up to 30 food items can be donated per person, for a maximum fine value of $60.…
The unit recently relocated to Hammes Mowbray Hall, home of the Notre Dame Security Police department, to provide the county with expanded working space and greater access to a larger group of University student interns.
Clear Bag Policy in Place for Football Opener
The fair will be held from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday (July 31) in the Compton Family Ice Arena on the University campus.
One part law enforcement. One part youth. Add culinary professionals and garnish with fresh ingredients and food for thought. That’s the recipe for Cooking with Cops, a pilot program at the University of Notre Dame that brings local youth and law enforcement together around food.
Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP) apprehended two individuals Wednesday evening (May 30) near the University of Notre Dame campus and recovered two loaded handguns from a silver Pontiac G6.
The spring season brings the potential for severe weather, including thunderstorms and tornadoes. Now is the time to make or review safety plans for campus and at home. Watch? Warning? What’s the difference? The National Weather Service issues watches and warnings. According to NWS, a watch means “be prepared” and a warning…
Each donated food item will be worth $2 in fine payments.
Toxi and Skeet, a pair of black Labrador retrievers, are the first K-9 members on the Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP) staff.