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ARCHIVE: November 2007


November 30, 3:20 am: Leonard Hall - Residence Maintenance staff reported someone had kicked in the glass at the main entrance to the building. A contractor was called by the ERC to make repairs.

November 21, 11:12 pm: Mackintosh Corry Hall - A custodian reported witnessing a student age female kick the glass in an exterior entrance to the building.  The glass was shattered but stayed in place and attended to the next day.

November 2, 2:51 am: Mackintosh Corry Hall - While on mobile patrol of campus, the Security Supervisor discovered a section of fencing around the MacCorry parking lot construction site had been pulled down onto the ground and partially covered a parked vehicle.  A contact person for the construction company was informed and attended to replace the fence to its originally location and documented damage to the vehicle.

November 2, 01:21 am: Stauffer Library - A student reported her vehicle's front windshield was damaged while parked in the lot North of Stauffer Library.


November 28, 5:50 pm: Campus - Security staff responded to a report that a student bicyclist may have been struck by a vehicle near the corner of Union & Division Streets.  Upon arrival it was learned the student managed to avoid injury and was not struck by the car, and both she and the driver exchanged information.  Kingston City Police also attended the scene.

November 2, 3:15 am: Student Housing Area - While on mobile patrol of the Student Housing Area, Security staff were approached by an intoxicated male who identified himself as being a student at a University outside of Kingston. He then reported to Security that he had been assaulted and robbed while attempting to purchase drugs behind a downtown restaurant.. The report was passed on to Kingston City Police.


November 27, 6:25 pm: Physed Centre - PEC staff reported some lockers were broken into inside a change room and a small amount of cash stolen.

November 27, 1:30 pm: Stirling Hall - Campus Security was informed a laptop computer was stolen the previous weekend.  It is a grey ACER Model # AL2416W.  Kingston City Police were also informed.

November 24, 11:25 pm: Stauffer Library - The library's commissionaire reported being informed by a student that his white and black LG laptop computer was stolen, possibly while left unattended for a short time.

November 9, 12:30 am: Residences - A student reported his black HP DV2000 laptop computer was stolen from his room while it was left unlocked and unattended for approximately 5 minutes.

November 8, 5:20 pm: Chernoff Hall - A caller reported his wallet was stolen out of a jacket kept inside a knapsack in his lab.  A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.


November 24, 9:00 pm; Victoria Hall - The fire alarm activated in the Residence and both Security and KFD responded. Soon after their arrival, the alarm was determined to have been caused by a smoke detector activated in a hallway; possibly due to someone smoking inside.

November 23, 5:21 am: Waldron Tower - The Residence's fire alarm system activated and both Security & KFD were informed to attend.  Soon after arrival it was learned someone knocked on and opened a resident's door, then discharged a fire extinguisher inside at the student.  Two students - also spoken to previously regarding stolen property - were questioned about the incident.  The extinguisher was not immediately located and both Environmental Health & Safety and Residence administration were notified.

November 20, 2:00 pm: Ontario Hall - The fire alarm activated due to a fault with the alarm system.

November 19, 1:45 am: Jean Royce Hall - A fire alarm activated in the Residence due to an undetermined fault with the alarm system. A Tradesman was called in to make repairs.

November 15, 1:50 pm: Victoria Hall - PPS tradesman accidentally activated the fire alarm system in the Residence.  They reset the system within a few minutes. Both Security and KFD were informed.

November 14, 7:30 pm: An Clachan Complex - A fire caused by cooking occurred in the Complex and both Security and KFD attended. The was some damage to kitchen cabinets and ceiling and the building's superintendent made arrangements to have it repaired the next day.

November 2, 10:25 pm: Jean Royce Hall - A fire alarm occurred in the Residence when a detector was activated by a maliciously discharged fire extinguisher on the 1st floor. The fire alarm system was reset by Security at 10:42 pm.

November 1, 03:20 am: Victoria Hall - A fire alarm was responded to and determined caused by a maliciously activated pull station. The system was reset by Security at 3:35 pm.


November 23, 5:05 am: Campus - KGH Security contacted Campus Security to report having detained two students carrying property that didn't belong to them.  The Security Supervisor attended and attained ID from the students who admitted having taken two 'wet floor' signs from a University building and turned them over to Security.

November 16, 3:30 am: Campus - Security staff were contacted by an individual who witnessed several student age males taking signs from a construction site on campus.  Security attended the area and observed the group carrying "Do Not Enter" construction signs and walking towards Queen's Residences. When questioned, the males refused to provide ID - contrary to the Queen's Student Code of Conduct - and stated the signs were no one's property.  The identity of some of the suspects were subsequently determined and Residence administration informed. Security staff also returned the signs to their original locations.


November 16, 9:39 pm: Underground Garage - A caller reported their vehicle's door was pried open and access gained to the interior.  A music CD, sunglasses, several text books, and a small amount of cash were stolen.

November 15, 7:42 am: Underground Garage - A caller reported their vehicle was vandalized and broken into while parked in the lot on Stuart Street.  Security attended and observed the drivers side door had its window smashed with a rock and the door pried open from the top.  An overnight bag was stolen from the front seat and a small amount of cash taken from a purse left in the back seat of the car.

November 10, 1:21 pm: Underground Garage - A caller reported his vehicle was entered and some change stolen from inside.

November 10, 10:50 am: Underground Garage - A caller reported his vehicle's window was smashed and some inexpensive items stolen from inside.


November 10, 10:15 pm: Campus - While doing exterior checks of main campus, a security patrol observed a nude male running down University Avenue near Grant Hall.  The Security Supervisor attended and detained the male, who was partially clothed at that point, and contacted City Police when he first refused and then was evasive when asked to provide ID. City Police arrived and placed him under arrest for public intoxication after he continued to be evasive in identifying himself.  It was eventually learned the individual is a student at a college outside of Kingston and was on campus visiting a Queen's student.

November 7, 6:25 am: Fleming Hall - A custodian contacted the ERC to report just observing a male individual attempt to steal a bicycle outside the building.  He was only described as being a Caucasian male who appeared to be in his 30s. Security staff searched the surrounding area but were unable to locate the suspect.

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