New Division of Public Safety and Security

 

Oct. 19, 2012

The University of Michigan Board of Regents has approved the creation of a new Division of Public Safety and Security to bring together all safety and security units on the Ann Arbor campus. This action is part of an exhaustive three-pronged review of how the university handled the discovery of child pornography at the U-M Health System.

Record Update: Extensive review culminates in new campus safety structure

Memo from the Board of Regents

Statement by the Board of Regents

Statement by President Coleman

Statement by Ora Pescovitz

Margolis Healy executive summary

Margolis Healy full report

Safety and Security Steering Committee report (Oct. 1, 2012)

Safety and Security Steering Committee report (Jan. 29, 2013)

University selects former State Police director to head DPSS (June 20, 2013)

Charges against medical resident

 

Feb. 10, 2012

A former medical resident at the University of Michigan Health System faces criminal charges for possession of child pornography. University Audits has conducted a review of how the initial reporting was handled.

Board of Regents' resolution

President Coleman's statement

Dr. Pescovitz's response to the report

The University Audits report

Management Response to University Audits Report

Questions and answers

Record Update stories:

Judge takes plea under advisement in pornography case

University moves forward with consultants on campus security

Regents mandate external review of medical resident case

Coleman calls delay in crime report a 'serious failure'

University committed to correcting gaps in procedures

UMHS medical resident charged with possession of child pornography