February 25, 10:15 pm: Chown Hall - Fire alarm in the
Residence caused by a maliciously activated pull station on the first floor.
February 21, 3:45 am: Victoria Hall - A fire alarm activated in
the Residence due to a steam leak in a basement mechanical room.
February 20, 1:00 pm: Chernoff Hall - A fire alarm occurred due
to a maliciously activated pull station.
February 11, 12:35 am: Jean Royce Hall - A piece of paper was
set on fire in the Residence and activated a smoke detector on the 3rd floor.
Both Security and KFD attended and the system was reset at 12:52 am.
February 9, 4:20 am: Gordon Brockington House - A fire alarm
was indicated for the Residence and soon afterwards both the desk clerk and a
don reported having seen an unknown male run out of the building immediately
after the bells sounded. Neither could provide a description.. Security staff
and KFD confirmed a pull station had been activated maliciously on the 1st
February 8, 12:29 am: Morris Hall - The ERC received a 3rd hand
report from an RLC who reported a gas smell in the Residence that was causing some
students to feel faint. The caller was advised to activate a pull station, but
was not in the building so they contacted a don to do so. Both KFD and
Regional Ambulance attended the call with Campus Security, however the smell
was traced to a couple of students' rooms - where it is believed incense had
been burned - and a nearby washroom that smelled of chlorine or disinfectant.
KFD determined the combined odours likely caused the initial concerns and no
students required treatment or were assessed by paramedics.
February 2, 1:45 am: Waldron Tower - A fire alarm activated in
the Residence due to fire extinguishers being discharged in a stairwell and
PERSONS / ACTIVITY:
February 20, 8:35 pm: Student Housing Area - A student residing in
a house near campus reported someone attempted to open their back door 20
minutes earlier. When the tenant heard the door handle being jiggled, they
turned on a light and the person at the door must have left.
February 12, 2:55 pm: Campus - A staff member reported leaving
his office unlocked and unattended for a few moments and then returned to see
an unknown man walking out of it. When questioned, he provided no reason for
his presence and quickly left the scene. Upon entering the office, the
staff member realized some cash was missing from a wallet left on a
desk. The description was similar to a suspicious person reported in an Alert
the previous day and one issued a month prior to that. A search of
the surrounding area was unsuccessful in relocating the suspect.
February 12, 1:10 pm: Botterell Hall - A staff member reported
an unknown man had stepped into her office about a half hour earlier and then
quickly left when he realized the room was not empty. The description was
similar to a suspicious person reported in an Alert
the previous day and one issued a month prior to that.
February 4, 12:15 am: Residences - A desk clerk contacted the ERC to
report having observed two intoxicated males trying to take a female out of
the building who did not appear to want to leave with them. Residence staff on
scene later confirmed witnessing the two males carrying the female outside and
that bystanders who tried to intervene were threatened by the two men.
Security staff attended and questioned the group. Although the intoxicated
female stated she was fine, the two males became belligerent and refused to
provide identification when requested. Kingston City Police were contacted and
attained ID from the individuals - only one of the males was a Queen's student
- and also had an ambulance attend to assess the female before driving them to
their destination nearby.
/ THEFT (PERSONAL PROPERTY):
February 22, 10:40 am: Campus - Staff report a locker was broken
into in their building and an MP3 w headphones stolen sometime during the
previous day's early afternoon.
February 21, 7:30 pm: Campus - The ERC was informed a number of
lockers were broken into in a building - no property was immediately reported
February 14, 3:35 pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported a
wallet was stolen out of her coat or knapsack the previous day while they were
left unattended for a brief period of time. The wallet is about 10" long and has a beige
checkered pattern and a large buckle on it.
February 10, 6:00 pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported her
wallet was stolen sometime within a half hour period while left unattended in
February 9, 9:00 am: Campus - A staff member reported a wallet was
stolen from her purse when she left her office unlocked and unattended for a
couple of minutes.
February 3, 8:45 pm: PhysEd Centre - A caller reported his red &
black "Roots Canada" school bag was stolen from a dressing room
sometime during the previous day. It contained text books and possibly a
/ THEFT (QUEEN'S PROPERTY):
February 19, 4:35 pm: Physed Centre - Staff report a 6' X 9'
banner ("Queen's Hockey- the Puck Stops Here") was stolen from the
main lobby of the arena sometime between 11:30pm the previous night and the
time of this report.
February 13, 2:45 pm: Campus - Staff reported a laptop computer and
projector were stolen. The laptop is a silver Toshiba Tecra M3 computer,
model# PA3283U-1CA / serial# 95015155H, and the silver projector is a
NEC LT20 DLP data projector, serial# 5300077CA.
February 12, Campus - Staff reported a laptop computer had been
stolen. It is a blue topped Toshiba Satellite 1900 - serial# 2041967C-QT .
February 14, 11:05 pm: An Clachan Complex - A tenant reported their
vehicle was stolen from the parking lot sometime during the evening of
February 11th and found abandoned a few hours later by Kingston City Police. A
stolen, clothing, and kitchen utensils were missing from the car.
February 3, 2:15 pm: Student Housing Area - A student residing in a
Queen's owned house reported there might be a bird in her living room that she
can hear walking around and pecking at things. The caller requested someone
attend and an Apartment & Housing staff member was contacted.
February 2, 3:00 pm: Morris Hall - A student reported his vehicle had its
passenger side window shattered and some CDs and paperwork stolen from inside.
February 1, 1:31 pm: West Campus - The ERC received reports
that a car had been involved in an accident at West Campus and paramedics were
on scene. Security and Parking staff also attended along with Kingston City
Police, and were informed by the driver that he lost control on a slippery
patch of road and ended up striking a tree at the edge of the McArthur Hall
which caused his vehicle to flip over. The passenger was taken to KGH with a
minor injury and the vehicle towed away soon afterwards.