Chancellor establishes task force to review UCLA protocols following potential threatFaculty and StaffStudents
UCLA Chancellor Gene Block has called for the creation of a task force to review the university’s emergency protocols.
Following last week’s threat to members of our campus by a person in Colorado, UCLA Chancellor Gene Block has called for the creation of a task force to conduct a comprehensive review of the university’s emergency protocols for potential threats.
“UCLA is committed to protecting our community against potential threats. We are grateful that the collaborative efforts among UCPD and other law enforcement agencies led to last week’s apprehension in Colorado of an individual who threatened some members of the UCLA community,” Block said.
“We are also committed to constantly improving our protocols for responding to these emergencies and taking the opportunity to reflect on what worked well and what could be improved. To that end, I am calling for the creation of a task force, including student representatives, to conduct a comprehensive review of our current protocols for responding to potential threats and other incidents on campus.”