[URGENT] Public Safety Advisory

UIC Police offer the following security tips:
Report crime promptly to police at call 312-355-5555 for emergencies or 312-996-2830 for non-emergencies. All actions taken in an active threat/shooter situation must be determined on the basis of your assessment of the situation. Familiarize yourself with the UIC Office of Preparedness and Response emergency guidelines: Evacuate, Evade, Engage at ready.uic.edu/emergency-guidelines/active-threat-shooter/active-threat-shooter/.

On Thursday, June 22, 2023 at approximately 4:25 am, UIC Police responded to a call of shots fired at the location of 1401 S. Morgan St. UIC Police learned that while BTG security was posted at the location of incident, a black dodge charger stopped and an unknown subject displayed a handgun and began shooting towards the security vehicle. The vehicle was stuck but no injuries were reported. The offending vehicle then fled southbound from that location. The victim’s are not UIC affiliated.
The Chicago Police Department will lead the investigation. Anyone with information should call 311
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Public safety advisories are distributed to the university community in compliance with the federal Clery Act. UIC Police may also issue notifications for off-campus crimes in the interest of public-safety awareness. Security tips are standard precautions, not special or incident-specific measures. Effective January 2021, the university will no longer routinely use race, ethnicity or national origin as a descriptor in public safety advisories. Updates to investigations are not sent by email but will be posted online at: emergency.uic.edu/public-safety-advisory/
UIC Annual Security Report go.uic.edu/CleryReport
Chicago Police Department Statistics and Data home.chicagopolice.org/statistics-data/
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