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ARCHIVE: June 2004

FIRE (ALARM) RELATED:

June 27, 1:45 pm: An Clachan Complex- An active fire alarm was indicated for the Complex and both KFD and Security were informed to attend.  Fire Fighters were just finishing up and clearing the scene when Security arrived and they reported the cause of the alarm was cooking smoke.  The Security Supervisor met with the building's superintendent who'd reset the system and he reported a hallway detector went off when one of the tenants opened their apartment door for ventilation..

June 15, 6:05 am: Victoria Hall - An active fire alarm was indicated for the Residence and both KFD and Security were informed to attend.  Upon arrival the active zone was identified but no cause could be found for the activation.  The system was reset by Security at 6:20 am and KFD cleared the scene.

June 13, 5:15 pm: Beamish Monroe (ILC) - An active fire alarm was received for the building and both Security & KFD were informed to attend.  Upon arrival it was soon discovered a pull station had been activated maliciously and the system was reset at 5:27 pm.

June 4, 4:20 pm: Grant Hall - A caller reported a smoldering planter outside the building - likely due to someone throwing an unextinguished cigarette in it.  The Security Supervisor attended and was met by KFD who had also been called about the smoke.  They doused the planter with water and cleared the scene by 4:30 pm.

There were 47 fire alarm activations categorized as "malicious" in 2003. There were 32 such incidents in 2002, 28 in 2001, 27 in 2000, 19 in 1999 and 26 in 1998. Please see our Stats link for additional statistical information.


MISCELLANEOUS / GENERAL ASSISTANCE:

June 26, 8:00 am: Student Housing Area - A student living near campus reported a storage locker had been broken into at their house.  One item was noticed missing but later discovered in a nearby room.  The Security Supervisor attended to take a report and performed a security check of the home.  A number of safety services and suggestions were provided and the Apartment & Housing Department was informed of the incident.

June 23, 8:25 pm: Campus - The ERC received a call from an individual reporting he was locked in his office and couldn't get out.  The Security Supervisor was informed and left to attend, advising that the person try turning the doorknob more firmly, since office doors are not designed to lock people in.  The ERC passed the suggestion on to the caller, but he added that he'd stuck his lab coat in the door some how which is likely the reason it wouldn't open.  About 7 minutes later, the Security Supervisor reported back that the individual had managed to get himself out by turning the door knob a little harder..

June 23, 6:40 pm: Art Centre - An active intrusion alarm was indicated for the building and Security was informed to attend. Immediately afterwards, a staff person called to say he was working in the building but unsure why the alarm went off. He reset the alarm and met Security when they arrived.  After a quick search, it was determined a motion detector in one of the rooms was activated by a large canoe swinging from the ceiling.. 

June 19, 10:25 am: Mackintosh Corry Hall - The ERC received a report that there as a group of individuals who appeared to be shooting potatoes in the parking lot.  The Security Supervisor attended and spoke to seven student aged males who were looking for a place to test their potato gun. Security explained the obvious safety concerns for their activity and the group agreed to leave the area.

June 12, 9:35 am: Campus - An individual called the Emergency Report Center and reported seeing a cat near the corner of union and division streets that appeared to be "crying", and may be lost. A description was provided - orange with white patches - and the Security Supervisor dispatched to the scene, but was unable to locate the cat in question..

June 6, 11:20 pm: Student Housing Area - A student called the Emergency Report Center to ask if a ladder was available because he'd just arrived home to discover he was locked out. Unfortunately a ladder was not available and the caller was not in a Queen's owned house - in which case other assistance could have been arranged. The caller indicated he would try to find another way into his house..

June 6, 2:20 am: An Clachan Complex - A tenant contacted the ERC to report possibly smelling propane in one of the buildings. The Security Supervisor checked the building - and patrolled again later that night - but the only noticeable smell was from a nearby garbage container..

June 3, 1:05 pm: JDUC - Common Ground staff contacted the ERC to report a six year old boy named "Mikey" just came into the shop and informed them he was lost and couldn't find his parents. It was soon determined his older sibling was convocating that afternoon and Security set about trying to locate his parents.  KPD was also informed of the situation and received a call from the boy's father soon afterwards.  He was informed where to find his son - who was being watched by Common Ground staff -  and the boy and his parents were soon reunited.


SUSPICIOUS PERSON / ACTIVITY:

June 30, 10:10 pm: JDUC - The ERC received a phone call from a male individual claiming a riot was in progress inside the building and bricks were being thrown around. He then uttered a profanity and hung up.  The Security Supervisor was informed and attended immediately, but found no signs of a disturbance.  However, as the Security Supervisor was leaving the area he witnessed a City Police car pull up and an officer quickly entering the JDUC.  When Security reentered the building, a number of officers were found searching the building due to a call reporting an assault was in progress.  Again there were no signs that an assault had taken place, and it was soon determined false reports had been placed to Security and KPD from a pay phone inside the building. Police are investigating this incident.

A possible suspect is described as being a Caucasian male, approximately 5'10" tall, with dark curly hair.  At the time of this incident he was wearing a fedora, a jean jacket with patches or studs, jean shorts, and running shoes and white socks.

June 26, 4:25 pm: Campus - The ERC received a call reporting a female - possibly student aged - was walking around outside a Residence in her pajamas and without any shoes on. The Security Supervisor was informed and soon located the individual sitting on the front stairs of a campus building. When approached, the woman stated she had mental health problems and had just walked away from a nearby hospital, then proceeded to walk onto the street and into on coming traffic. The Security Supervisor ensured the vehicles were aware of the individual and slowed down while driving by, while the ERC was requested to contact KPD as well as Kingston General Hospital to find out if any of their patients were missing. The hospital reported she was not a patient there and Police dispatch stated having dealt with the individual in the past but were too busy to attend at that time.  

The Security Supervisor continued to monitor the woman's progress as she walked off main campus and into the Student Housing Area - continuing to steer traffic away as the lady occasionally wandered into the street. By 5:05 pm, City Police reported they still couldn't attend but would send Regional Ambulance in case they could convince the individual to go back to the hospital. Paramedics were on scene by 5:12 pm at which point the Security Supervisor cleared to attend another incident back on main campus. It was later reported the woman was not affiliated with Queen's and had walked away from Hotel Dieu Hospital.

June 22, 7:55 am: Miller Hall - A caller reported seeing a suspicious man inside Miller Hall, then leave and head towards the Old Medical building.  Security Supervisors attended the area but a search was unsuccessful in locating the individual. 
He was described as being a Caucasian male, about 5'9" tall, grey hair, wearing blue jeans and a leather jacket with grey & white cutouts that spelled "Spike" on his back..

June 16, 9:00 pm: Campus - A Commissionaire contacted the ERC to report a suspicious man seeing trying to open the (locked) doors at Goodes and Macdonald Halls - last seen headed towards MacCorry.  Security Supervisors located the man as he was about to enter a vehicle parked on Alfred Street. When questioned, he reported being on campus to get cigarette butts from ashtrays, and proceeded to show them a handful of butts he was carrying in a plastic bag..  He then drove away from the scene with two other men after Security recorded vehicle and individual descriptions.

June 15, 2:25 am: Campus - While stationed on main campus, a Security Supervisor observed a female bicyclist approach a building on Campus, dismount and then appeared to retrieve a bag from nearby and place it under her coat.  When approached, the individual stated she had left the bag there earlier in the day and was picking it up now - claiming it merely contained books - and then took off on her bicycle.  However a mobile Security Supervisor arrived at that point and followed the young woman, and a male bicyclist who immediately joined her, as they fled Campus. Kingston City Police were informed of the incident as Security monitored the group's progress.  

At one point the suspects went behind a building and emerged a minute later - a  Security Patrol was dropped off at that location and discovered a similar looking bag that contained large bolt cutters, vice grips, a hefty metal mallet and some smaller tools. Soon afterwards - as the group made another attempt to elude Security - Kingston City Police arrived on scene and detained the two suspects. Police confiscated the bag of tools as well as the female suspects bicycle, as it had the serial number filed off and was believed stolen. Police declined to lay any charges but Security did issue a Notice of Prohibition, banning the two from University Property. 

June 10, 5:25 pm: Mackintosh Corry Hall - The ERC received a call that a suspicious woman reported to Security recently was back inside the building.  The Security Supervisor and a Patrol attended and met with the suspect. She claimed to be attending meetings at the department, but further questioning revealed she was not affiliated with the University. In fact she had been issued a Notice of Prohibition - banning her from University property - three years earlier.  Kingston City Police were contacted, and upon arrival issued the woman a fine for Trespassing and instructed her to leave campus immediately.

June 8, 4:00 pm: MacDonald Hall - Staff reported a suspicious women seen in the building on previous occasions. She was described as being a Caucasian woman between 40 and 50 years old, about 5'5" tall with shoulder length light brown or dark blond hair and usually seen wearing a black suit (black linen top and various dark coloured skirts).  A similar report was received from staff in nearby Mackintosh Corry Hall early the next morning.

June 3, 3:45 am: Student Housing Area - A student contacted the ERC to report he just encountered an unknown male at the corner of Division & Johnson Street who demanded the student find him a place to stay for the night.  The suspect was aggressive and the student managed to quickly leave the scene and make his way to the JDUC where he called the ERC.  The Security Supervisor attended to take a report and transported the student to his home. He was also advised to file a report with Kingston City Police.
The suspect was briefly described as being a Black male, about 5'11" tall with a goatee.

June 2, 12:00 am: Residences - A student contacted the ERC to report being approached by an unknown male who had made her feel uncomfortable. The Security Supervisor attended to meet with the caller and remained with her until a Walk Home staff arrived to provide an escort to her destination.

Please contact Campus Security (533-6111) immediately if you observe suspicious persons or activity. Campus Security dealt with 222 incidents classified as "Suspicious Persons" in 2003. There were 207 such incidents in 2002, 165 in 2001, 210 in 2000, 248 in 1999, and 201 in 1998 .


BICYCLE / BIKE PARTS THEFT:

June 30, 4:30 pm: Biosciences Complex - A student reported her bike was stolen from where it had been locked to the building's south bicycle racks during the previous night.  It is black & white w. red lettering, has front shocks, and a blue bell on the handle bars. The caller was also advised to file a report with Kingston City Police.

June 22, 12:50 am; Victoria Hall - A student reported her blue and white 15-speed mountain bike was stolen while locked to the bike racks outside D wing.  The bike was secured at about 3:30 pm - with a wire coil lock that was subsequently cut by the perpetrator - and noticed missing just prior to this call.  She was also advised to file a report with Kingston City Police.

June 18, 5:45 pm: Victoria Hall - A caller reported her bicycle was stolen from the building's east side bike racks sometime between 3:30 and 5:30 pm. The grey bicycle was described a having shocks and the word "Huffy" written on the frame - the wire and plastic lock used to secure it to the bike rack was cut by the perpetrator.

June 17, 11:50 pm: JDUC - A student reported her silver Marian bike was stolen from in front of the building. Security staff were informed and the caller was advised to also file a report with City Police.

June 17, 9:55 pm: JDUC - The ERC received a call from an individual reporting her blue and yellow Supercycle bike was stolen from where she'd locked it to the west side racks. Security Supervisors met with the individual to take a report and additionally advised her to inform Kingston City Police.

June 17, 6:50 pm: Biosciences Complex - A caller reported his bike was stolen from the racks on the Arch Street side of the building.  It is a red Raleigh touring bike with red fenders.  He was advised to also file a report with Kingston Police. 

June 17, 4:55 pm: MacDonald Hall - A student reported her burgundy CCM bicycle was stolen from in front of the building sometime between 11:00 am and 4:50 pm that day.  She was also advised to file a report with Kingston City Police.

June 16, 5:45 pm: Botterell Hall - A caller reported seeing two males - around 13 or 14 years old - looking at bikes parked near the building, possibly with the intent to steal one.  The two had already left the scene at the time of this call, but Security checked the rack area and did not spot any signs of theft (i.e. cut locks, missing parts, etc).

June 11, 11:10 pm: Goodwin Hall -  A student reported his silver, blue & grey bicycle was stolen sometime between 9:00 and 11:00 pm that evening. He was also advised to file a report with Kingston City Police.

June 11, 10:05 pm: Biosciences Complex - A caller reported having chased two teenage males who appeared to be in the process of stealing a bicycle from the Arch Street side of the building. The two fled the scene on a bike and a skateboard.  The Security Supervisor searched the scene and surrounding area but was not able to locate the suspects.  No additional description of the individuals was provided.

June 7, 8:10 pm: JDUC - A caller reported his blue CCM Super Cycle 12-speed bike (serial# GJ55858) with a black side bag was stolen while parked outside the building. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

June 4, 12:00 am: Goodes Hall - A caller reported his second-hand blue mountain bike was stolen during the previous evening between 7:00 pm and midnight while locked to the bicycle racks. He was advised to also file a report with City Police.

Bicycles should always be locked up. However, even a locked bike can be vandalized or stolen. If you view suspicious persons or activity around a bicycle rack, or a locked bicycle elsewhere, please contact Campus Security right away.  If you discover your bike is missing, contact Campus Security and Kingston Police as soon as possible. Check out our "locking up your bicycle" page for some helpful tips.
There were 31 reports of bikes/bike parts stolen in 2003, 51 in 2002, 52 in 2001 and 36 such reports in 2000.


MISCHIEF UNDER $5000:

June 29, 8:30 pm: Off Campus - The ERC received a report of a number of youths who appeared to be spray painting graffiti on the wall of nearby KCVI high school.  Kingston City Police were notified and Security monitored the suspects' location when they tried to flee the scene. Officers were on scene soon afterwards and directed towards the group's location - Security cleared the call at that point and left the matter up to police.

June 27, 8:25 pm: Campus - A caller reported spotting some youths placing large rocks and tape across a speed bump in the road.  The Security Supervisor was informed and arrived to find the culprits gone and removed the rocks and tape - which had the potential to damage a vehicle if the driver was unaware of the obstacles.

June 20, 3:40 pm: JDUC - A custodian reported discovering someone had broken the glass in a display case near the food court. The shattered glass was cleaned up and it was determined the contents of the display case - literature about voting - remained intact. 

June 19, 3:45 pm: Student Housing Area - A tenant of a University owned house near main campus called to report two washer and dryers in the laundry room had been damaged and broken into with one change box torn off. An A&H contact person was informed and attended to assess the damage.

June 15, 1:45 pm: Jean Royce Hall - Parking Department staff contacted the ERC to request Security attend a West Campus lot where a vehicle had been damaged. The Security Supervisor arrived on scene to be informed a car had been struck by another vehicle while it was parked in the lot all day. There was no note left on the car (i.e. by the owner of the vehicle that hit it) but there was a witness on scene who observed the incident at 11:00 that morning. He stated another vehicle struck the parked car's rear passenger side as it was backing out, the driver exited their vehicle to survey the damage, then got back in and drove away.  A detailed description of that vehicle and its driver were provided to Security for follow up.

June 12, 6:50 am: West Campus - The ERC received a report that a vehicle appeared to have been vandalized in the parking lot near Richardson Stadium. The Security Supervisor attended and discovered all but one window in the car had been smashed out, the doors were almost torn off their hinges, and the hood was caved in. Light gray paint had also been poured all over the drivers seat and console.  Kingston City Police were informed of the incident and provided with vehicle details so they could inform the owner.

June 11, 8:42 am: Campus - A staff person contacted the ERC to report a lower level window had a small hole in it, likely caused during the early or late evening of the previous day. Security attended and determined a small rock or pebble had gone through the window and arranged for repairs to be made.

June 2, 10:00 am: Campus - Staff reported a University vehicle was vandalized some time during the previous night. The Security Supervisor attended and was shown where both side doors had damaged locks as did the vehicle's ignition. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

Campus Security dealt with 123 "Mischief Under $5000" incidents in 2003. There were 110 such incidents 2002, 104 in 2001, 118 in 2000, 82 in 1999, and 98 in 1998.


THEFT FROM VEHICLE:

June 29, 7:00 am: Jock Harty Arena - A caller reported spotting two individuals on bikes going through a vehicle parked in a nearby lot. Security Supervisors dispatched immediately to the scene but the suspects had already fled the lot -likely as a result of the vehicle's alarm being activated - and a search of the area was unsuccessful in locating the pair. The owner of the vehicle later confirmed a black "Choppers" hat, some change, and a few other items were missing from inside. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.
The suspects were only briefly described by the original caller and another witness as being a male and female on bicycles and carrying white plastic bags  - the male may have been in his 50s and was wearing a black coat, and the female was younger (between 25 and 35) and wearing a blue jacket.

June 15, 12:55 am: John Orr Tower - Kingston City Police contacted the ERC to report one of their officers discovered a vehicle had been broken into at the John Orr lot.   The Officer was on his way to another call, so Security attended the scene and met with the owner. He showed where the passenger side window had been smashed and a CD player torn out of the dash.  Since it was raining heavily at the time, Security suggested he park the car in the Stuart Street underground garage for the night and then transported him back to his apartment in John Orr Tower. The owner was also advised to file a formal report with Kingston City Police.

June 6, 2:05 pm: McArthur Hall - While on mobile patrol of West Campus, the Security Supervisor observed a vehicle with its rear passenger window shattered. Upon closer inspection a brick was found beside the car and the glove box was open and empty. Kingston City Police were informed so the owner could be informed.

June 2, 2:40 pm: West Campus - A Parking Department staff person radioed the ERC to report spotting three young males entering a vehicle in one of the Queen's lots. Two of the youths ran off but he had detained a third young male.  The Security Supervisor attended and was told one of the other individuals was seen attempting to gain entry to a vehicle through a partially open window.  The detained youth - a 12 year old boy - admitted they were looking for money in the car.  City Police were contacted and transported the youth home to his parents after Security issued him a Notice of Prohibition that bans him from University property.

There were 9 incidents recorded as "Theft from Vehicle" in 2003 - 28 such incidents in 2002 and 16 in 2001. If you have to leave valuables inside your vehicle, be sure to lock them in the trunk - never leave them where they can be seen from outside the vehicle.


MEDICAL ASSISTANCE:

June 28, 7:20 pm: McArthur Hall - The ERC received a report that a member of the Queen's Fencing Team had dislocated his knee and requested an ambulance be called. Both Security & Regional Ambulance were informed to attend and both arrived to be informed the individual had injured himself while stretching.  He declined paramedics' offer to be transported to hospital by ambulance - as his knee had since popped back into place - and instead got a drive to KGH Emerg. with a family member.

June 23, 12:20 pm: Residences - A caller requested an ambulance attend for a casual employee experiencing difficulties related to a preexisting medical condition. Regional Ambulance and Security were dispatched to the scene, with the Security Supervisor arriving first and assessed the individual - who was conscious and responsive - and paramedics on scene soon afterwards.  She was treated briefly at the scene and then transported by ambulance to KGH at 12:34 pm.

June 22, 8:10 am: PhysEd Centre - Athletics staff contacted the ERC via an Emergency Phone in the building to report an individual attending one of their classes was experiencing medical difficulties and required an ambulance.  The Security Supervisor and Regional Dispatch were informed to attend. Security was first on scene and met with the individual - who was conscious and being tended to by PhysEd staff - and paramedics were on scene soon afterwards.  After a brief assessment, the man was taken to KGH by ambulance at 8:49 am. 

June 18: 10:15 am: Residences - The ERC received a call that a casual employee had slipped and fallen down an interior stairwell.  Security and the ambulance dispatch were informed to attend, as was the University's EH&S department. The individual was assessed by paramedics and then transported to KGH at 10:35 am.

June 14, 12:50 pm: Underground Parking Garage - A staff member on Campus reported just being informed there was a gentleman in the Underground garage who had suffered a head injury and was being tended to by a woman.  The Parking Booth was called and confirmed a woman had just asked their staff if the ambulance she'd called had driven by, but no additional information was provided.  The Security Supervisor was dispatched to the garage and located paramedics already on scene tending to the injured person and then transported him to hospital.  Security and paramedics were clear by 1:07 pm.

June 8, 5:30 pm: Richardson Stadium - The ERC received a report that an individual playing soccer on the field had fallen and possibly dislocated his shoulder.  When offered the option of an ambulance being called or security attending to possibly provide transportation to hospital, the caller requested Security attend.  The Security Supervisor was on scene soon afterwards and dropped the individual off at Kingston General Hospital for treatment at 5:55 pm.

June 4, 8:20 am: Campus - A Queen's staff member contacted the ERC to report an individual fell off his bicycle and was injured - probably requiring transportation to hospital. The Security Supervisor attended immediately and met with the injured person, who explained he'd picked up speed while riding down a nearby ramp and was thrown from the bike when his front tire went into a pothole.  He was not wearing a helmet and suffered a large bump on his forehead, so Security transported him to KGH for treatment.

Campus Security responded to 246 Medical Assistance (Injury/Ambulance Request) calls in 2003.  There were 225 such incidents in 2002, 151 such incidents in 2001, 116 such incidents in 2000, 134 in 1999, and 69 in 1998. Please see our Stats link for additional statistical information.


VEHICLE THEFT:

June 26, 4:15 pm: Beamish Monroe - While attending another incident at the building, contractors informed Security that a truck had been stolen from the nearby Dupuis parking lot on June 23rd.  A report had been filed with Kingston City Police and the owner was later informed his truck was found by police in Perth, Ontario.


ANIMAL RELATED:

June 26, 1:55 pm: Student Housing Area - A student residing in a house near campus contacted the ERC to report a squirrel was in their apartment and couldn't get out.  An Apartment & Housing on-call person was informed of the incident and phoned the tenant.  At 8:44 pm the same student called back to report the squirrel was back in the house - A&H staff were contacted again to attend.

June 21, 11:40 pm: Student Housing Area - A caller living near main campus reported there was some kind of animal on the ground floor of his house. He was not residing in a Queen's owned house, so he was advised to call his landlord or a pest control company (24 hour service's phone number provided).

June 21, 2:50 pm: Campus -  Staff reported a squirrel was in a closed room and custodial staff were unable to remove it. A Pest Control contractor was contacted and called the ERC back at 5:30 pm to find out if the squirrel was still in the room. A Security Patrol determined it was, and also made an unsuccessful attempt to help it out of the area.  The contractor was informed but still had not arrived by 7:24 pm, so the Security Supervisor attended and managed to safely set the squirrel free at 8:13 pm.

June 20, 1:50 am: John Orr Tower - A tenant called the ERC to report hearing a digging sound inside the wall of his bedroom. He later reported the animal was now inside his apartment and had moved into another room.  An Apartment & Housing person was contacted and it was soon discovered another tenant in the building had lost their hamster and had placed large signs throughout the building. A message was left with the original caller to phone the superintendent and arrangements would be made to retrieve the hamster.


BREAK & ENTER / THEFT (QUEEN'S PROPERTY):

June 14, 11:55 am: Campus - Staff contacted the ERC to report a number of laptop computers and two digital projectors were missing from a storage area.  Security attended to meet with the caller - there were no signs of forced entry and it is suspected the thefts occurred during the past few days over the weekend.  The stolen items were described as follows: a NEC VT660K data projector (serial# 01150179 4401277HG), a NEC VT650 data projector (serial# 21001325A), and seven laptop computers - all Toshiba Satellite A40 computers (Model# PSA40C-004E4, serial numbers: 14080999H, 14080984H, 14080994H, 14080998H, 14081001H, 14080990H, 14080985H, 14080997H.)
Kingston City Police are investigating this incident.

June 7, 8:10 am: Campus - Staff reported a laptop computer was stolen from a lab sometime within the past week. It is a grey Dell D800 Latitude model laptop - serial# C37LN31. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

Note: City Police have recovered some items in the past but had no way of identifying them as Queen's property.  See "Protect Yourself Against Equipment Theft" in Safety Tips & Products. 
There were 51 theft and 37 Break & Enter incidents involving Queen's property in 2003.  There were 33 theft and 22 B&Es in 2002, 64 theft and 27 B&Es in 2001, 45 theft and 44 B&Es in 2000, and 104 theft & 34 B&Es in 1999. See our Stats link for more statistical information.


TRESPASS TO PROPERTY:

June 13, 5:40 pm: Richardson Stadium - While on duty at a sporting event in the Stadium, Security staff spotted an individual in the crowd who had been previously banned from University Property.  City Police - also on duty at the event - instructed the man to leave the Stadium and later issued him a fine for Trespassing.

June 7, 1:10 pm: Campus - A staff person contacted Security to report discovering a man asleep in a sleeping bag outside a University building located at the edge of campus. Security attended and determined the individual's ID from paperwork nearby - it was determined he had been dealt with by Security in the past and issued a Notice of Prohibition, banning him from campus, on one of those occasions. Kingston City Police were contacted to attend and upon arrival charged the man with Trespass to Property and escorted him off University property.


UNARMED INTRUSION ALARM:

June 11, 2:50 am: Campus - A Security Patrol, while doing an interior building check, found an alarmed area with an unarmed system. The Security Supervisor was informed, attended, ensured the area was secure, and armed the alarm system.

June 9, 12:35 am: Campus  - Similar incident as above.

June 8, 1:30 am: Campus - Similar incident as above.

June 2, 8:15 pm: Campus - Similar incident as above.

When leaving a room at the end of the day please ensure that the doors and windows are locked and secured and that all alarms are armed.


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