September 28, 1:00 am: Campus - Campus Security responded to a
report of a pellet gun being shot at a University Residences building.
The individual(s) involved were located and charges filed against them by
Kingston City Police.
September 27, 8:35 am: Campus - A custodian contact the ERC to
report discovering a young male sleeping inside a dumpster. Security
staff attended and eventually managed to wake the individual who identified
himself as being a student from Laurier University who was in town to visit a
friend at Queen's. He got out of the dumpster and made his way off campus.
September 21, 2:10 pm: Underground Parking Garage - The ERC was
informed a car parked in the garage had rolled into two other parked
vehicles. Kingston City Police attended along with Security, and the
owner of the rolling car was located after being paged at Kingston General
September 3, 5:10 am: Campus - Campus Security was contacted
by City Police who reported they were transporting a student back to his
residence after being found walking down a street without his pants on.
The student informed them he had become very intoxicated at a party
off-campus, passed out, and later woke up without his pants or the wallet
& keys inside them. He was assisted in getting access to his residence and advised to replace
and cancel the credit and bank cards that were in his wallet.
September 2, 1:52 am: Student Housing Area - A group of male
individuals were reported to be in possession of a giant slingshot at the
intersections of Johnson and Frontenac Streets. Kingston City Police had also
been informed and spoke with the students involved.
September 26, 9:13 am: Arch Street - The ERC was informed a
bicyclist had been struck by a vehicle and required an ambulance.
Regional Ambulance, Campus Security, and Queen's First Aid were notified to
attend. The bicyclist was conscious at the scene but had sustained a
head injury so paramedics transported him to KGH for treatment. Kingston
City Police and Queen's EH&S also attended this incident.
September 22, 9:30 pm: Victoria Hall - Campus Security and Queen's
First Aid were called to the Residence to attend to an intoxicated male
student. Upon arrival they were informed another student had loaded the
intoxicated male into a shopping cart to transport him to the Campus
Observation Room (COR) located in Victoria Hall but, since he was unable to
walk on his own and somewhat incoherent, an ambulance was called to transport
him to KGH instead.
/ MISCHIEF UNDER $5000:
September 26, Campus - Seven blue light emergency phones were
maliciously activated between midnight and 4:00 am, requiring immediate
security response. In one case students were observed fleeing the scene and
detained by Security staff.
191 malicious or suspected malicious
Emergency Phone activations have occurred this calendar year, with 68
activations since September 1st. NOTE: there have been incidents in the
past where Security staff were diverted from actual emergencies by malicious
September 12, 11:55 pm: Campus - A caller reported their vehicle was
vandalized (passenger side mirror torn off) while parked on Bader Lane near
the Residences area.
September 7, 12:20 am: Gordon Brockington House - Residence staff
reported an Emergency Exit sign was vandalized in the building.
At 12:50, staff at Victoria Hall reported one of their Emergency
Exit signs had been torn down leaving exposed wiring. A PPS electrician
was called in to ensure the wiring did not posed a safety risk and it was
arranged for the Emergency sign to be replaced.
September 28, 5:06 am: Victoria Hall - The fire alarm system sounded
when a pull station was maliciously activated in the Residence. Both KFD
& Campus Security attended and the alarm was reset at 5:16 am.
September 27, 2:55 pm: Jean Royce Hall - Fire alarm activated due
to cooking smoke.
September 27, 4:36 am - Gordon Brockington House - Fire alarm
pull station activated maliciously and both Security & KFD responded.
System reset 4:51 am.
September 25, 8:15 am: JDUC - The ERC received a report that the
contents of a large recycling bin was smoldering on the north side of the JDUC.
The contents were doused by a PPS tradesman who was on scene and further
extinguished by Security when they arrived.
September 24, 3:20 pm: Victoria Hall - The fire alarm was
activated in the Residence due to work being done by an external
contractor. Both KFD and Security staff attended the alarm and the
system was restored by 3:49 pm.
September 20, 6:19 pm: Ban Righ Hall - The fire alarm system
activated in the Residence, soon determined to be caused by cooking smoke.
Both Security staff and KFD attended the incident and the alarm was reset by
September 20, 4:10 am: JDUC - The fire alarm system activated in
the Graduate Residence section of the building and both Security & KFD
attended. A strong smell of burning candle or incense was detected in
the activated area and - after determining there were no fire hazards in the
room - the alarm system was reset by Security at 4:29 am.
September 14, 7:15 pm: An Clachan Complex - Both Campus Security
& KFD responded to a small cooking fire that had been quickly extinguished
by the apartment occupant. Community Housing contacts were also informed
and the alarm system was soon put back in service.
September 7, 1:55 am: Victoria Hall - The fire alarm system
was set off by a maliciously activated pull station. A witness was able
to provide some information regarding the perpetrator's identity for Residence
staff to follow up on. The alarm was reset by Security staff at 2:06 am.
September 6, 3:24 am: Victoria Hall - A malicious fire alarm was
activated and attended by both Campus Security & the Kingston Fire
September 6, 2:10 am: Victoria Hall - The fire alarm was set
off by a maliciously activated pull station in the Residence. Campus
Security and KFD responded and the alarm was reset at 2:18 am.
September 6, 1:00 am: Gordon Brockington House - Fire was
activated by a maliciously activated pull station. KFD and Security attended
and the alarm was reset by 1:20 am.
/ BREAK-IN (PERSONAL PROPERTY):
September 22, 12:45 pm: JDUC - A student reported her purse was
stolen while left briefly unattended in a lounge.
September 17, 1:25 pm: Stauffer Library - The ERC was informed two
backpacks and a University owned laptop computer was stolen while left
unattended for a short period of time. The computer is a Toshiba Tecra
M3 serial# 35063727H and has "Queen's University Library" marked on
September 11, 7:54 pm: Jean Royce Hall - The Residence's fire alarm
system was activated by cooking smoke. Both Security and KFD attended and the
system was reset at 8:02 pm.
September 10, 7:30 pm: Jean Royce Hall - The Residence's fire
alarm system was activated by cooking smoke. Campus Security & KFD
responded and the alarm was reset by 7:40 pm.
September 7, 5:53 pm: Jean Royce Hall - Cooking smoke activated
the fire alarm system in a Common Room. Campus Security and KFD attended and
the alarm was restored by 6:14 pm.
September 7, 12:23 pm: Student Housing Area - A student reported her
house located near main campus was broken into two nights earlier while left
unoccupied for about 20 minutes. Four wallets and a camera were stolen.
September 5, 4:15 am: Student Housing Area - A student residing in
a basement apartment near main campus reported discovering the open screen
window of his room had been cut and a wallet and laptop computer stolen from
The stolen computer is a Toshiba M40X Satellite laptop, model # 75118355K;
serial # PSM4XC-RS100E . The Break in happened prior to 2:00 am that
night and a report had already been filed with Kingston City Police.
September 4, 10:15 pm: Student Housing Area - A student residing in
the Student Housing Area reported their apartment was broken into sometime
between 7:00 pm and 10:00 pm. The thief cut through an open screen window and
stole two laptop computers (a Dell XPSM1330 model laptop and another
silver & white Dell laptop) and a computer monitor. A report was also
filed with Kingston City Police.
/ BREAK-IN (QUEEN'S PROPERTY):
September 20, 8:40 pm: JDUC - A student group contacted Campus
Security to report a break and enter in their office - likely taking place
between 6:30 and 8:30 pm that day. Security staff attended and were informed
a small amount of cash was missing from the area. Kingston City Police
also attended and are investigating.
September 4, 3:45 pm: Campus - Staff reported two HD televisions
were stolen from a main campus building. Both were Samsung TVs model #
LNT19548 , and serial numbers AHVV3CRP300207K and AHVV3CRP400004K .
September 1, 9:10 am: MacDonald Hall - Staff reported an
office was broken into and a computer, its peripherals and a suit jacket were
stolen. Further investigation revealed another office had been broken into and
two additional computers stolen.
The three computers - 2 iMacs and a laptop computer - had serials numbers:
SQP8060X2X87, SQP8060X8X87, SQP8060WYX87 .
/ BIKE PARTS THEFT:
September 17, 2:15 pm: Biosciences Complex - A student reported his bicycle
was stolen sometime overnight while secured to the racks with a cable
lock. The lock had been cut or sawed through and left behind by the
thief. It is a gold "Iron Horse Maverick" bicycle, serial# 088N7888
September 16, 6:12 pm: Watts Hall - A student reported his bicycle was
stolen from the bike racks outside sometime during that day. It is
a. grey Kona Mountain Bike.
September 16, 4:35 pm: Mackintosh Corry Hall - A staff member reported a
bike was stolen from the racks between MacCorry and Dunning Halls during
office hours today. Caller declined to offer any details about the bike
or its description..
September 9, 11:30 pm: Watts Hall - A student reported his white
'Rocky Mountain' Vapor model bicycle was stolen from the bike racks between
7:30 and 9:30 pm that evening. The caller was advised to also file a
report with Kingston City police.
FROM A VEHICLE:
September 15, 7:10 pm: West Campus - While on mobile patrol, Security
staff noted a vehicle had its passenger side window smashed out, with its
glove box open and items strewn about inside.
September 13, 1:05 pm: John Orr Tower - Campus Security was informed
a vehicle was broken into the previous night and some items stolen from
inside. Kingston City Police were also informed and attended the scene.
September 1, 2:35 am: Campus - While on mobile patrol,
Security staff observed two suspicious males checking out vehicles and bicycle
racks on Campus and in the Student Housing Area. They were spoken to and ID'd
by Security, then Kingston City Police were contacted after the two continued
to act suspiciously. The individuals attempted to elude being detained
but were eventually caught by City Police who recovered a laptop computer
stolen from a vehicle parked near main campus. The thieves were
subsequently issued Notices of Prohibition, banning them from University
PERSONS / ACTIVITY:
September 15, 7:05 pm: Jeffrey Hall - The ERC received a report that
a group of teens were doing bike tricks on the west side of Jeffrey
Hall. The caller was particularly concerned because it appeared one of
the bicycles being used had a young child strapped into a bike seat..
Security staff attended the area immediately but did not locate the
individuals there or in the surrounding area.
September 11, 11:40 pm: Student Housing Area - The ERC received a
report that a male individual was spotted on the second floor fire escape of a
house near main campus, peering into a window at about 11:30 pm. The
suspect fled the scene when he realized he'd been observed, and a search of
the area by Security immediately after receiving this report was unsuccessful
in locating the man.
Due to the time of night, it was too dark for the witness to get a good
look at the suspect. However they were able to briefly describe him as being a
Caucasian male in his mid 30s with long blond hair, and at the time of the
incident he was wearing a baseball cap.
NOTE: A number of Student homes located near
main campus have been broken into and had property stolen over the past couple
of weeks. There have also been incidents of voyeurs or
"peepers" in the Student Housing Area in previous years.
If you observe any suspicious persons or
activity on or near University property, please immediately call the Emergency
Report Centre at 613-533-6111.
September 13, 2:00 am: Student Housing Area - The ERC received a
call reporting an unconscious student aged male at the corner of Johnson &
Albert Street. Security staff attended and spoke with witnesses in the area
who reported two individuals had jumped out of a car and assaulted the male in
question, briefly knocking him unconscious. The student was attended to
and both vehicle and suspect descriptions were provided to Kingston City
Police who are investigating.
September 11, 12:30 am: JDUC - Campus Security was requested to
attend Alfie's Pub after a student was punched by an unknown male on the dance
floor. The unprovoked assault was made by a Caucasian male, about 5'4"
tall with short brown hair and a slim build.
The suspect immediately fled the scene with a female student and a witness
observed them run into a nearby house. Information identifying one or
both of those individuals was provided, however the student who was assaulted
declined to have City Police involved.
September 6, 10:15 pm: Campus - The ERC received a report of an
unknown male inside a construction site on main campus. Security staff
attended and observed an individual climb out of the site and attempt to elude
being detained but eventually met with Security and identified himself as a
A Kingston City Police Officer in the area also spoke with the student and
issued him a fine for Trespass to Property and Underage Drinking. A
Residence Don was also contacted and attended to escort the student back to