Troy University police chief fired

The Troy University police chief was fired after a brief suspension due to online comments that “do not reflect the values of Troy University,” according to a university statement released Tuesday. John McCall was placed on suspension with pay and under investigation after posting controversial Facebook comments early last week about the death of George Floyd. Read More

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University police chief suspended over online comments

The Troy University police chief has been suspended, effective immediately, after making what the university referred to as “inflammatory comments” online, according to a statement from the chancellor released Wednesday evening. “Troy University strongly condemns the inflammatory comments made recently on social media by Troy University Chief of Police John McCall,” the statement from Dr. Jack Read More

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TUPD at full force for the first time

Sarah Mountain Staff Writer Troy University has a full staff of 14 campus police officers for the first time as of this fall, according to University Police Chief John McCall. While TUPD has always been allotted 14 positions for new officers, McCall said administrative budget problems and issues with allocations of funds held the police department Read More

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Slight decrease in parking tickets since new lot opened, police say

Tu To Staff Writer There has been a slight decrease in parking tickets given since the Trojan Center parking lot opened at the start of this semester, considering the drop of enrollment of Troy campus students. In an email sent to all students before spring semester started, Herbert Reeves, the dean of student services, said there Read More

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