April 28, 1:35 am: Student Housing Area - Security & KFD
responded to a home in the Student Housing area where the tenants had a
bonfire in their backyard. The fire captain explained to the students
that open air
burning is not permitted in the city.
April 27, 10:35 am: Jean Royce Hall - KFD and Security attended
the Residence due to a fire alarm activated by burnt food setting off a
detector. The system was reset at 10:46 am.
April 24, 4:15 am: JDUC - The fire alarm system was activated
after someone used a pull station at the south end of the building. Both
Security & KFD attended and the system was reset at 4:28 am.
April 23, 4:10 am: Victoria Hall - A chemical fire extinguisher
was discharged maliciously on the 2nd floor of the Residence, activating the
fire alarm system. KFD attended and ventilated the area so students could
return inside, and Security reset the alarm at 4:54 am.
April 22, 3:49 am: Gordon Brockington House - The fire alarm
system activated inside the Residence due to water leaking onto a
detector. The alarm was silenced and a fire watch conducted by Residence
staff until an electrician could be called in to repair or replace the
April 15, 6:33 pm: Jean Royce Hall - The fire alarm activated
inside the Residence due to cooking smoke on the 4th floor. The system
was reset by Security at 6:43 pm.
April 5, 5:36 am: Leonard Hall - The fire alarm activated in the Residence
and both Security & KFD attended. It was soon determined the alarm
activated due to humidity caused by a shower near a detector. The system
was reset by Security at 5:48 am.
April 5, 1:25 am, JDUC - Two pull stations were maliciously activated in
the JDUC, one in the main building and another in the Graduate
Residences. Security staff attended and discovered students remaining
inside the building while the bells sounding and they were instructed to
leave. The perpetrator of at least one of these pull station activations
was reportedly witnessed in the act, and his identity was passed on to both
Residence and Environmental Health & Safety staff.
April 1, 9:00 am: Gordon Brockington House - The fire alarm
activated inside the Residence due to work being done by tradesmen in the
/ BREAK-IN (PERSONAL PROPERTY):
April 26, 6:55 pm: Ontario
Hall - Campus Security was informed property had been stolen from a 4th
year art show sometime during that day. The items included two
5"X5" and one 10"X12" accordion style books - that
featured children and animal themed drawings - as well as two cloths the size
of scarves (one white and one green) with similar themed art painted on
them. Security staff attended to file a report and took photos of similar items
at the exhibit that were not stolen.
April 26, 12:30 pm: Campus - A student reported her small brown
"Roots" purse containing two cell phones and a wallet was stolen
from the building while she was writing an exam.
April 23, 8:29 pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported her
wallet was stolen while left unattended on a study table for a few hours
April 16, 5:10 pm: Campus - A student reported a Toshiba laptop and
textbook was stolen from his knapsack that had been left unattended outside an
April 12: 11:15 pm: Campus - A student reported her black
leather purse, containing a wallet and text books, was stolen while left
unattended outside an exam room.
April 12, 10:55 pm: Campus - A student reported leaving their
knapsack outside an exam room unattended and discovered it missing when they
went to retrieve it. The black "North Shore" sling bag with
brown leather straps contained a computer, wallet, purse, and cell phone.
April 10, 10:05 pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported her
13" white Macbook computer was stolen while left unattended for an
extended period of time. Its empty carrying case was later found inside a
women's washroom in the library.
April 10, 1:00 am: Stauffer Library - A student reported a laptop
computer was stolen while left unattended for over half an hour in the
library. It was briefly described as being a white 13" Macbook
April 26, 3:10 am: Student Housing Area - While on mobile
patrol of the campus area, Security staff met up with Kingston Fire who were
extinguishing a pile of mattresses set on fire at a street intersection in the
Student Housing Area. The fire was extinguished within a few minutes by
April 20, 3:48 am: Jean Royce Hall - A Residence staff member
reported a picnic table had been set on fire outside the building.
Security staff were dispatched and doused the flames with a fire extinguisher.
KFD arrived a short time later and soaked the table with water to ensure there
were no embers left. It appeared the fire had been set intentionally as
there were two chairs along with other items piled on top of the table.
April 26, 1:15 am: JDUC - A Security Patrol discovered the
building's north entrance glass had been shattered. The ERC called in a PPS
tradesman to repair the damage.
April 20, 1:59 am: Morris Hall - The ERC was informed the
front doors to this Residence had been smashed out. A contractor was
called in to make repairs.
April 19, 2:30 pm: Harkness Hall - The ERC was informed a brick
had been thrown through the front entrance of this Residence. Security
attended and arranged for custodial to attend for clean up and a contractor
was called in to make repairs.
April 22, 2:00 pm: Victoria Hall - Security staff responded to
a report of vandalism and arrived to find a couch had been thrown off a ledge
outside this Residence building. An individual, who denied being a
student but was later confirmed to be one, reported two unknown individuals
had thrown the couch and he was just there to get his picture taken with
it.. Two Residence Dons then arrived and reported they had spoken with
the two students involved. Details of this incident were also provided
to Residences administration and AMS Judicial.
April 19, 12:38 am: Victoria Hall - The Residence desk clerk
contacted the ERC to report someone had knocked down a ceiling EXIT sign
which is hanging by exposed wires. The exposed wires were monitored
until an electrician could be called in to make repairs.
April 6, 12:15 pm: Jean Royce Hall - The ERC received a call
reporting a number of drunk students were making noise in the Residence and
one of them vandalized property in a washroom. The identity of that
student was provided and forwarded on to Residence administration for possible
follow up and to repair the damage.
April 6, 12:00 pm: Gordon Brockington House - Security staff
discovered an "Exit" sign had been torn out of his mounting inside
the Residence and a PPS electrician was called in to cap the exposed wires.
Physical Plant Services was also notified to replace the sign.
April 24, 5:56 am: Campus - Security and Regional Ambulance
attended to an emergency blue light phone activated by a student who was in
physical distress. A nearby custodian arrived at the scene almost immediately
and monitored the student until paramedics and security arrived. The
student was subsequently transported to KGH by ambulance.
/ BIKE PARTS THEFT:
April 21, 9:40 pm: Botterell Hall - A student reported his older
style gold & blue bicycle was stolen while locked to the racks outside the
April 13, 2:55 pm: Dupuis Hall - The ERC received a report that
a bicycle, left locked to the building's bike racks since around Christmas, is
now gone and believed stolen. It was described as being a white 21"
frame man's Supercycle bike.
PERSONS / ACTIVITY:
April 17, 3:45 am: Stauffer Library - The building's Commissionaire
contacted the ERC to report an individual suspected of viewing pornographic
websites on a library computer. Security staff attended and located the
individual, who immediately exited the library and was then observed leaving
The individual was described as:
- a Caucasian male
- approximately 25 years of age
- ~5'8" tall and ~150 lbs
- shoulder length, light brown hair
- had a beard: thin on the sides and long at the chin
- was wearing a black bucket-style hat with white stripes and a skull
design, a dark jacket, and khaki pants
- observed riding an older style bicycle with pine branches attached to the
hand grips and seat post
April 10, 8:10 pm: Stauffer Library - The library's
Commissionaire contacted Campus Security to report an individual had been
caught viewing adult websites on a computer and was causing a scene after
being asked to leave. The Security Supervisor attended and located the
suspect as he was walking away from campus. Kingston City Police were
also contacted to attend and the individual was served with a Notice of
Prohibition, banning him from University property.
April 6, 1:25 am: Leonard Hall - The ERC received a report that
a group of individuals were throwing snowballs at the Residence, and students
inside were seen throwing bowling balls back at them.. Security staff
attended the scene but no unusual behaviour was observed. Residence
staff were also notified of the report.
April 7, 3:05 am: Student Housing Area - Campus Security
received a noise complaint involving a group of individuals playing road
hockey on Clergy Street. The Security Supervisor attended and spoke to
the people involved who were cooperative and ended the game.
April 5, 8:00 pm: JDUC - A student contacted the ERC to report
hallway lights leading to Wallace Hall were not on and the area was very
dark. Security staff attended, turned on the light switch, and the
lights came on..