OU Police investigate multiple reports of indecent exposure on campus

By: Mary Beth Almond | Rochester Post | Published September 20, 2023


ROCHESTER — Oakland University police are investigating multiple cases of indecent exposure that recently occurred on campus.

According to reports, a man in a dark-colored SUV, possibly a Chevrolet Equinox, approached various people walking on Meadowbrook Road on campus asking for directions Sept. 10-11.

Upon approaching the man’s vehicle to help, police said, the victims noticed the man had his genitals exposed and that he was masturbating.

At press time, police said they had identified a suspect, but they said the suspect was not yet in custody. Police did not provide a description of the man.

In the meantime, campus community members are advised not to approach anyone in a vehicle matching the description and asking for directions. If someone is approached, police said they should immediately leave the area and contact the Oakland University Police Department at (248) 370-3331.

Those who may have experienced a similar incident and have not yet reported it to police should call (248) 370-3331.

Anyone who may feel unsafe while walking on campus can call the Oakland University Police Department and request a “Safe Walk,” where police will watch them get safely to their destination.

For more safety tips, visit oakland.edu/police/campus-safety.