October 31, 10:40 pm: Campus - A small fire occurred in the building
and was extinguished by the room's occupants. KFD and Security attended
and both building contacts and EH&S staff were informed.
October 31, 9:40 pm: Victoria Hall - A fire alarm activated in the
Residences due to burnt popcorn on the 6th floor.
October 25, 8:30 am: Leonard Hall - A fire alarm activated and the
source was determined to be a faulty detector which was subsequently replaced.
October 23, 1:10 am: JDUC - A fire alarm activated in the building
due to a bulletin board notice/posting set on fire. The small fire quickly
burned itself out and a search of the building revealed a couple of other
bulletin board postings had also been ignited. A description of a
possible suspect was provided to Security.
October 20, 11:32 pm: Leonard Hall - A fire alarm was activated in
the Residence after a fire extinguisher was discharged and set off a smoke
detector in the 4th floor hallway.
October 13, 1:35 am: Victoria Hall -
A fire alarm activated in the Residence after someone sprayed liquid onto a
detector on the 6th floor of C wing. Residence and Security staff also
spoke with three students found inside closets instead of evacuating the
October 10, 7:05 pm: Gordon Brockington House - A fire alarm
activated in the Residence due to a wet detector in Brockington House.
October 7, 3:45 am: Victoria Hall - Don reported smoke on the
5th floor. Source was determined to be a toaster placed in a microwave which
was then turned on.
October 7, 2:45 am: Victoria Hall - Fire alarm activated in
the Residence due to a fire alarm pull station being activated maliciously.
October 31, 1:15 am: Campus - While on mobile patrol of campus,
Security staff observed two males walking along Queen's Crescent carrying a
fire extinguisher. When questioned, the individuals claimed initially to
own the fire extinguisher (although it clearly had a "Queen's
Safety" tag on it) and then stated they found it outside a nearby
University building. Both individuals were uncooperative and refused to
provide identification, contrary to the Queen's
Student Code of Conduct, so Kingston City Police were contacted to
attend. Upon their arrival, the two individuals were identified as
Queen's students and the extinguisher was delivered by Security to
EH&S. Incident details were also forwarded to AMS Judicial.
/ THEFT (PERSONAL PROPERTY):
October 29, 7:25 pm: Campus - A student reported a wallet was
stolen from her backpack while it was left unattended in a nearby unlocked
October 22, 4:30 pm: Residences - The ERC was informed a student
walking by noticed a ground floor window to the Residence open with computer
cables hanging outside it. Security and Residence staff attended to
discover its interior window was smashed and the room possibly accessed. The
occupant returned later that day and filed a report with City Police who also
attended to investigate.
October 20, 2:14 am: Stauffer Library - A student reported her small
black purse w. a silver buckle - containing cash, ID, credit cards and keys -
went missing while left unattended. A report was also filed with Kingston City
October 18, 4:32 pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported her
laptop computer was stolen within the previous 15 minutes while left
unattended. It is a silver Dell Inspiron 6400 with a European keyboard
and adaptor (serial# F9VZD2JCRT1J81).
October 17, 5:35 pm; Residences - A student reported her laptop
computer was stolen from her room. It is a Toshiba Tecra M5 and may have been
placed inside a two-tone purple Jansport school bag that was also stolen.
October 16, 12:55 am: Residences - A student reported his silver Dell
laptop computer was stolen between10:00 pm and 12:50 am that evening while his
room was left empty and unlocked.
October 12, 7:00 pm: Campus - A
student reported having keys and other items stolen from a locker room while
October 12, 4:35 pm: Campus - A
number of individuals reported having wallets, keys, clothing and other
possessions stolen from a change room between 1:30 and 2:30 pm.
October 11, 4:50 pm: Stauffer Library - A student
reported their wallet and cell phone were stolen off a desk while left
unattended for approximately 20 minutes.
October 10, 8:35 am: Beamish Monroe / ILC - A student's laptop and
power cord were stolen between 7 am and 8:20 am while left unattended in an
unlocked room. It is a Toshiba Satellite M30 Centrino laptop computer (serial# 74071299H)
October 4, 5:40 pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported
leaving his laptop computer unattended at a desk for a short while and
returned to find an unknown male in the process of stealing it. The
suspect quickly left the scene with an accomplice and then drove off campus in
a black sports car. Library staff and its Commissionaire had been
informed of the attempted theft and managed to record vehicle details.
Kingston City Police were informed and traced the suspect to his home.
The next day, Campus Security was informed by staff that a laptop theft had
occurred the previous week and was caught on video. The date, place and
time of the incident also corresponded with a separate suspicious
persons/activity report made to Security by a student. Details provided
by that student, including a vehicle license plate, matched that same suspect
in the above attempted theft at Stauffer Library. Kingston City Police
are also investigating this property theft that involved a Toshiba Satellite P100 laptop
computer (model # PSPA3C-JR100E and serial # 26100916W).
October 29, 1:33 am: West Campus - The ERC received an Emergency
"Blue Light" Phone call from an individual (not affiliated with the
University) reported he was assaulted by 5 unknown males while walking behind
McArthur Hall. Security staff attended to take a report and assisted him in
getting home. A search of the surrounding area did not turn up any of
/ BIKE PARTS THEFT:
October 26, 8:10 pm: McLaughlin Hall - A student reported he and a
friend had their locked bikes stolen while secured together outside the
building. Both bicycles were older models - one green/grey in color and the
other a black & red Supercycle with a broken shifter.
October 24, 7:35 pm: Victoria Hall - A red BMX
style Norco bike was stolen while left unattended and unlocked for a short
period of time.
October 13, 4:52 pm: Leonard Hall - A caller reported his bike was
stolen sometime before 11:00 am the previous day. It is a black and yellow Peugeot
bicycle that had been secured to the bike racks with a cable lock.
October 2, 5:50 pm: Biosciences Complex - A blue & white Kina Hahanna
(serial# 96081) was reported stolen sometime between 9:00 am and 5:15 pm from
where it had been locked to the bike racks.
October 25, 12:14 am: West Campus - A vehicle was found with its
drivers side window smashed. Kingston City Police were informed to
locate the owner.
October 25, 12:10 am: West Campus - A vehicle was found with
a window smashed and possibly accessed. Kingston City Police were
informed to locate the owner.
October 24, 1:48 pm: Campus - A staff member reported his vehicle had
its drivers side mirror smashed off while it was parked in a lot between
October 19th and 23rd.
October 22, 1:15 am: Campus - Three males were spotted fleeing from
a parking lot on Campus, and when Security investigated the lot they
discovered a vehicle with both side mirrors ripped off and other signs of
October 24, 10:43: West Campus - Campus Security received two
reports of vehicles being broken into at the West Campus lot.
/ THEFT (QUEEN'S PROPERTY):
October 22, 9:35 am: Campus - An intrusion alarm activated for a/v
equipment located on campus. Security staff responded to the scene and found
signs of an attempted theft but no property had been stolen.
October 15, 10:45 pm: Campus - A large rock was used to break into
an office and a computer monitor was stolen from inside. Kingston City Police
also attended and are investigating.
October 11, 10:25 am: An Clachan Complex - Apartment
& Housing contacted Campus Security after discovering a bike room at the
An Clachan Complex was broken into. No property was initially reported
October 18, 5:10 pm: Botterell Hall - A caller reported having
witnessed a person attempting to parallel park their car strike both vehicles
parked to either side of it. Another witness spoke with the driver who then
placed a note on one of the damaged cars, but was later seen removing it. The
driver's vehicle details were recording by the ERC and passed on the Kingston
October 18, 4:20 pm: Campus - The ERC received a call that
there was no power to the computer in a lab and a grad student wanted to use
it. The Security Supervisor attended to assist but the room was empty
when they arrived. The computer in the room was checked and found to be
October 15, 5:15 pm: Goodes Hall - A caller reported his black SUV was
stolen from the Goodes Hall parking lot sometime between 3:00 and 3:30 pm that
October 15, 3:40 pm: Campus - A student reported that a half hour
earlier she was walking on Union street near Stauffer Library & the JDUC
when she was grabbed from behind by one of five teenage males as they rode
past her on bicycles. The other teens also made inappropriate comments before
October 14, 1:15 am: Campus - An AMS Walkhome team reported
observing a van driving around campus setting off firecrackers as they drove
by pedestrians. Security staff searched campus and within a half hour
had a detailed description of the vehicle, including the license plate, which
was forwarded to Kingston City Police.
PERSONS / ACTIVITY:
October 5, 2:30 am: Residences - A Residence don contacted Campus
Security to report an incident that happened at 8:00 am the previous day when
a student woke up to find an unknown male standing in her room. The
student aged male ran out and said he was in the wrong room when asked what he
was doing there. The student also confirmed her room door had been left
unlocked all night.