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During the late evening of August 25, Campus Security received a second-hand report that a male individual had exposed himself to a female on
Bagot Street near the Hotel Dieu
Campus Security encourages members of the Queen's community to avoid walking alone when possible, especially during the evening or at night.
Walkhome Service is available for accompanied walks by calling 613-533-9255
Campus Security is seeking a suspicious person encountered in offices at the JDUC and Richardson Hall just before noon today.
Due to a quick response to this issued Alert (sent to Alert-Listserve
email subscribers and Twitter followers), the suspect was soon located,
identified, and issued a Notice of Prohibition - banning him from
University property. Kingston City Police were also notified of the
individual and incidents.
He was wearing:
Members of the Queen's University community are asked to call the Emergency Report Centre at 613-533-6111 immediately if you encounter this person on campus.
Security is seeking a suspicious person seen on Campus earlier today.
He was also seen wearing:
Members of the Queen's University community are asked to call the Emergency Report Centre at 613-533-6111 if you encounter this person on campus.
UPDATE: Read the Queen's News Centre article: Nesting Birds on Campus
An Alert is being reissued for individual who was found on campus on
March 28th. Campus Security has reason to believe this individual may have returned to campus.
If you observe and individual matching this description, or other suspicious activity on campus, please contact the Emergency Report Centre at 613-533-6111.
Security is issuing an alert for an individual seen attempting to access
Watson Hall and Robert Sutherland building on May 8.
If you see this person on campus, please contact the Emergency Report Centre immediately at 613-533-6111.
UPDATE: Soon after this alert was posted, the individual was again observed on main campus. Campus Security attended and he was subsequently arrested by Kingston City Police.
Security is issuing an alert for an individual served with a Notice of
Prohibition, prohibiting him from University property, on Thursday April
He was recently seen wearing:
If you see this individual on campus, please contact the Emergency Report Centre immediately at 613-533-6111.
Within an hour of
issuing this alert, the individual was observed and reported by a member
of the Queen's community at the same location.
Campus Security is issuing a
second alert for a male individual who appeared to be intoxicated and exhibited odd behaviour
yesterday at the south end of the Tindall track around 3:40pm.
Campus Security has received reports about a suspicious man seen on campus today, earlier observed loitering in the JDUC and later trying to open office doors in Watson Hall.
Campus Security is seeking a male individual who exhibited odd behaviour while engaging with members of the Queen's community yesterday afternoon. The male approached a female student in the vicinity of Lower Albert and Queen's Crescent at around 4pm and also attended the Film Studies House on Stuart Street soon afterwards.
He is described as:
If you observe this individual on campus, please contact the Emergency Report Centre at 613-533-6111.
Campus Security has been informed that students answering an apartment / house rental ad on a popular classifieds website now believe it was a scam that solicits personal information from prospective renters. Perpetrators may be intending to use this information for identity theft and/or financial fraud.
Students and other members of the University community are advised to use caution when answering ads for rental properties; especially online ads.
If you have concerns or questions regarding these matters, contact Town-Gown Relations on their website or by calling (613) 533-6745.
Queen's University ITS has been reporting multiple phishing / scam emails being sent to Queen's accounts that attempt to collect user names and passwords.
Do not reply to these emails or visit any website links that may be included in emails that mention username & password issues, even it appears to be legitimate. You will never be emailed "out of the blue" by ITS with a request for your user name and password.
If you get an email that does appear to be genuine, call ITS Support for confirmation at 613-533-6666 (internally #36666).
Campus Security is seeking a male individual who was observed today inside the Biosciences Complex and Cataraqui Building on main campus. The man appears to be under the influence of a substance and may have been involved in personal property theft.
Members of the Queen's University community are asked to call the Emergency Report Centre at 613-533-6111 immediately if he is seen.