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PUBLISHED November 4, 2016 IN Working@Duke, Campus

With the help of Duke employees using the free LiveSafe mobile safety app, Duke Police officers last week arrested a man in connection with thefts at the Seeley G. Mudd Building.

Durham resident Montarro Warren, 33, was arrested Oct. 31 after three Duke employees used the “Submit Tips” function on the app to alert police after spotting a suspicious man on the third floor of the Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans Center for Health Education.

“Duke is safer when we all work together,” said John Dailey, chief of Duke Police. “LiveSafe is a great tool because it enables the broader community to be the eyes and ears for our campus and identify and report potential safety concerns.”



Mental Health Crises on Campus

“Some of the more impactful stories from LiveSafe are friends of students dealing with mental health issues reaching out through the app to alert our department about a suicidal student or someone dealing with mental health issues that our security department has been able to mobilize the campus response team and were able to get the resources to help that student.”

— Gus Porter, Environmental Health, Safety and Preparedness Manager at High Point University in North Carolina


by The Dartmouth Senior Staff | 2/24/20 5:52pm

The Dartmouth reported at the time that the investigation, involving allegations against 13 total student groups, was prompted after several anonymous reports were made through the LiveSafe app.

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