The ARU consists of one SVU that transports students to the hospital in evenings on certain days of the week.
On April 9, on the 3900 block of Walnut Street, at about 8:00 p.m., the complainant reported juveniles surrounded her, grabbed her buttocks, and spat on her.
Citizen, a company based in New York, designed an app to provide users with information about 911 emergencies in real time. The app launched in the Philadelphia area on April 16.
The alert described the male suspect as wearing a black Champion sweatshirt with white stripes on the arms.
This year, six students required medical transportation to the hospital, a significant decrease from 15 in 2018 and 24 in 2017.
"All the blacks are almost gone! But we have to keep a few show ones around. Don't you agree?? Joking," the fake email read.
On April 11, a Penn security officer called local artist Tim Barton to ask if he removed his piece, titled "34 Years in the Making,"
On March 30, at the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, at about 1:43 a.m., a medical employee was assaulted by an Emergency Room patient.
The suspects for the assaults are 10 males, all between 14 and 15 years old, according to the UPenn Alert.
Liquor Control Enforcement officers from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board will be on campus looking for violations of the Pennsylvania alcohol code.
On March 23, on the 4000 block of Ludlow Street, at about 11 a.m., the complainant reported that his parked vehicle was damaged and had footprints on the hood, windshield, and roof.
On March 16, on the 2900 block of Market Street, at about 1:00 p.m., the complainant reported being approached by a group of juveniles. One punched him in the head and pulled his chain off from around his neck.
At the Penn Bookstore on March 5, a suspect removed merchandise from the sales floor and attempted to conceal their origin by removing the tags and was subsequently arrested.
Feb. 15: On the 3800 block of Chestnut Street, at about 7:25 p.m., a person reported being struck in the face with a closed fist by an unknown suspect.
Feb. 10: At the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, at about 12:30 a.m., a male suspect verbally threatened an officer and proceeded to attempt to stab the officer in the neck with a pen.
Philadelphia Police 18th District Captain Matthew Gillespie said the incident may have been weather-related.
Jan. 26: A theft was reported at Thai Singha House located at 3906B Chestnut St. with losses totaling more than $200. A Canada Goose jacket was stolen.
LPS alumnus Dillon Heffernan created the map to help track crime using information from police reports and social media.
A UPennAlert was sent out Friday afternoon alerting students about the burglary on the 100 block of South 39th Street.
At around 11:30 a.m., students reported that Philadelphia Police blocked off the Quad. The Philadelphia Police also temporarily shut down the 3600 block of Spruce street.