Statement regarding Sep. 30 incident on Langley campus

RCMP are investigating an incident that occurred at Trinity Western University’s Langley campus on the afternoon of September 30. As this incident is under active police investigation, the University is unable to provide any additional details at this time. The University is fully cooperating with the authorities.

The police have indicated that this is an isolated incident and have confirmed that all residents on campus are safe and there are no safety concerns. The RCMP’s official media release relating to the incident is available here.

We are taking additional care and safety measures with campus residents to ensure they are cared for. Our prayers are with those affected by the events related to this incident. 

 

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