Arizona State police handcuffed multiple people amid a protest at Arizona State University over the Israel-Hamas conflict Friday morning.

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Protesters started to form a group in front of Old Main near College Avenue and University Drive on the ASU campus around 9 a.m.

The protesters are asking for ASU to cut ties with Israel and for ASU President Michael Crow to resign.

ASU police showed up minutes later and began to place several people in handcuffs.

We’ve reached out to ASU police for additional details on the people taken into custody and have yet to hear back.

Protesters chant during Israel-Hamas conflict protest at ASU

Tempe police say they assisted with gathering resources in the protest but information would need to come from ASU and ASU Police Department. ASU PD is expected to hold a news conference at some point Friday.

ABC15 asked ASU about the law enforcement response to the protest. A university spokesperson responded with the following statement:

“Encampments on Arizona State University property are prohibited unless they are part of a university-sanctioned activity. Individuals found setting up unapproved encampments will be directed to dismantle them immediately. Failure to comply may result in being trespassed from campus and possible arrest. We prioritize the safety and well-being of the campus community and uphold policies to ensure a welcoming environment for everyone.

At colleges across the United States, students are leading protests against the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, as well as institutional ties between universities and Israel.

These protests have prompted the deployment of law enforcement in many cases, resulting in the arrests of hundreds of students and some injured officers on campuses.

No injuries have been reported in Friday’s protest at ASU.

This is a developing story. Stay with ABC15 and for the latest information.