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ARCHIVE: November 2008

BICYCLE / BIKE PARTS THEFT:

November 30, 4:04 pm: Douglas Library - A student reported his blue & silver 'Giant' model bicycle was stolen while it was secured to a bike rack with a cable lock.  The caller was advised to also file a report with Kingston City Police.

November 19, 11:30 am: Leonard Hall - A student reported his bicycle was stolen from where he had secured it to the bike racks, sometime between 8:15 and 11:30 am that day.  It is a blue CCM mountain bike.

November 12, 4:40 pm: Residences - A student reported their bicycle was stolen from the Bike Room sometime within the past three days.

November 10, 9:00 pm: Goodes Hall - A student reported his white, WOLCO Wolverine brand off-road bicycle was stolen from where he'd secured it to the bike racks. The theft took place sometime between 7pm and 9pm and the cable lock was severed and left behind.  The student was advised to file a report with Kingston Police as well.

November 2, 9:25 pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported his grey Raleigh Matterhorn bicycle was stolen from outside the library that evening.


VEHICLE BREAK-IN:

November 28, 3:40 pm: West Campus - A caller reported his vehicle was broken into while parked at a West Campus lot, and a large number of children's presents (intended for a Toy Drive) were stolen from inside.

November 28, 3:00 pm: West Campus - Campus Security was informed a vehicle was broken into while parked at a West Campus lot for the day.  The interior and trunk area were accessed but no property was initially noticed missing.

November 28, West Campus - A staff member reported her vehicle was broken into while parked at West Campus. The perpetrator went through some paperwork inside, but aside from some coins, nothing was immediately noticed missing from the interior.

November 19, 6:20 pm: West Campus - A caller reported their vehicle was entered and trunk accessed while left parked at a West Campus lot.  No property was initially noticed stolen.


FIRE (ALARM) RELATED:

November 25, 6:28 pm: Victoria Hall -  KFD and Security responded to a fire alarm in the Residence caused by a faulty detector.

November 19, 5:41 am: Jean Royce Hall - The Residence's fire alarm activated, however no definite cause could be determined for its activation.  The system was restored at 5:54 am by Security staff.

November 16, 9:21 pm: Adelaide Hall - Kingston City Fire and Security attended the Residence after a pull station was activated due to a burning smell. Immediately after arrival, KFD discovered a smoking belt inside a laundry room dryer and power was cut off to the room.   The scene was cleared later that evening and the appliance repaired soon afterwards.

November 14, 2:35 am: Chown Hall -  KFD and Security responded to a fire alarm that activated due to a fault in the fire system there.  An electrician was called in to make repairs.

November 5, 6:55 pm: Jean Royce Hall - Fire alarm activated due to cooking smoke.


MALICIOUS FIRE ALARM ACTIVATION:

November 22, 1:57 am: McNeill House - KFD and Security responded to a malicious fire alarm pull station activation in the Residence.

November 16, 2:44 am; Jean Royce Hall - KFD and Security responded to a malicious fire alarm pull station activation in the Residence.

November 15, 12:00 am: McNeill House - KFD and Security responded to a malicious fire alarm pull station activation in the Residence.

November 13, 1:05 am: JDUC -  KFD and Security responded to a malicious fire alarm pull station activation in the building.

November 8, 10:46 pm: Victoria Hall - KFD and Security responded to a malicious fire alarm pull station activation in the Residence.

November 8, 3:05 am: McNeill House - KFD and Security responded to a malicious fire alarm pull station activation in the Residence.

November 6, 7:44 pm: JDUC - KFD and Security responded to a malicious fire alarm pull station activation in the building.

November 1, 12:30 am: Leonard Hall - KFD and Security responded to a malicious fire alarm pull station activation in the Residence.

November 1, 12:27 am: Victoria Hall - KFD and Security responded to a malicious fire alarm pull station activation in the Residence.


MEDICAL ASSISTANCE:

November 12, 12:15 am: Campus - Security was called to the scene of a single bicycle accident, where they and Queen's First Aid tended to an intoxicated student who suffered injuries after falling off his bike.  He did not recall how the accident happened and was soon transported to KGH for treatment.


TRESPASS TO PROPERTY:

November 10, 11:40 pm: Construction Site Kingston City Police contacted Security to meet officers at a construction site on Campus, after they spotted one or two individuals inside the site.  Upon arrival, they searched the area and located a Queen's student who was subsequently charged by Police.


VANDALISM / MISCHIEF UNDER $5000:

November 8, 4:04 pm; Victoria Hall - A students guest reported her vehicle was vandalised while parked in the rear lot of the Residence. A window was shattered, but remained intact, and there were pry marks around the gas tank.  Security attended to take a report and assisted her in filing a report with Kingston City Police as well.


MISCELLANEOUS:

November 8, 1:25 am: JDUC - Campus Security was requested to attend Alfie's Pub due to an assault that happened in the bar. While dealing with that incident, along with Kingston City Police, they were asked to assist in removing a student who had been previously banned from the pub.  That individual was not cooperative with Police so he was taken into custody for the night.

November 2, 12:00 am: McNeill House - While on mobile patrol of Campus, Security staff observed two naked male individuals run by outside McNeill House.  One of the two was then seen attempting to climb a wall on the east side of Leonard Hall, but fell back and appeared to land on his back and head on the pavement before running off again.  Security soon detained the other male - who was identified as a student - and he was issued a liquor ticket (public intoxication) by Kingston City Police.  Security was eventually able to identify the other student as well, and had his Residence don confirm he didn't require medical attention for injuries sustained in the fall.


SUSPICIOUS PERSONS / ACTIVITY:

November 7, 4:30 am: Campus - Security staff observed two suspicious individuals in a locked area of campus and maintained contact with the suspects until Kingston City Police met up at a location near main campus.  KPD took the pair - a man and a woman -  into custody and they were later issued NOP's, banning them from Queen's property.


THEFT / BREAK-IN (QUEEN'S PROPERTY):

November 3, 2:25 pm: Ban Righ Hall - A student reported her knapsack went missing last week and is now believed to have been stolen from the Residence's cafeteria.  It is a brown & white Queen's Roots Canada backpack that contained textbooks, glasses, wallet, cell phone, digital camera and some other documentation.


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