SU EMERGENCY ALERTUpdate: 3/27/2014 12:37 AM
Salisbury University Police have completed a sweep of campus buildings following a campus lockdown Wednesday evening. Students in academic buildings returned to their residence halls or cars under the watch of officers. No signs were discovered of an intruder following a violent off campus incident involving area law enforcement agencies. The campus lockdown, which is now over, was taken as a precautionary measure. Residence halls will remain locked through the night with officers on patrol. Allied police agencies are continuing their search off campus and the campus is not believed to be in any imminent danger. As always, the campus community is urged to be alert and report any suspicious activity to University Police. Unless otherwise notified, the campus will resume normal operations Thursday morning. University Police would like to thank all those who assisted in the evening lockdown, including students, faculty and staff.
Chief Edwin L. Lashley
Salisbury University Police Department
ALL CLEAR ANNOUNCEMENT
SALISBURY UNIVERSITY POLICE HAVE ISSUED AN ALL-CLEAR. THE EMERGENCY ALERT THAT WAS ISSUED IS NOW OVER.
YOU MAY RETURN TO YOUR NORMAL ACTIVITIES.