According to the Florida International University Police Department, which reported that after issuing a caution on Sunday instructing students to avoid a portion of the main campus due to police activity. The Florida International University Police Department has now given the all-clear signal to return to normal campus activities. According to the report, officers from the Miami-Dade Police Department were reportedly on the lookout for a prospective suspect who has just entered the Florida International University campus, as report a released by the Florida International University Police Department. According to cbsnews.com.
Preliminary investigation shows that the area surrounding the Green Library was swamped by law enforcement agents, which cause the university to issue a warning to students to stay from the area. According to the authorities, the identity of the suspect was not released to the general public, and the authorities are in search of the suspect and asking the public to assist them in getting the suspect. According to the authorities, the suspect was later apprehended and was taken into custody, and it was also reported that everything on the campus is fully back to normal, now that the situation is under control.
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The primary campus of Florida International Institution (often known as FIU) is located in University Park in Miami-Dade County in the state of Florida. FIU is a public research university. The institution was initially established in 1965, but it wasn’t until 1972 that it started accepting new students. In terms of student body size, Florida International University (FIU) is now the second-largest university in the state of Florida and the fifth-largest in the entire US. The State University System of Florida includes Florida International University as one of its component institutions. It was ranked first in performance funding by the Florida Board of Governors in 2021 and had more over $246 million in research expenditures.