May 30, 1:47
pm: Campus - Regional Ambulance Dispatch contacted the ERC to request
Campus Security keep an eye out for a hallucinating man who jumped out of
their ambulance near main campus. Security staff were informed and
approximately 5 minutes later Regional Ambulance reported having located
/ BIKE PARTS THEFT:
May 28, 1:44 am: Mackintosh Corry Hall -
The ERC was informed a grey Norco Bigfoot bicycle (without its seat) was stolen
from where it had been cable locked to the bike racks.
May 27, 1:44 am:
Construction Site - Contract security reported an individual just
broke into a construction site on campus and was currently out of the site but
loitering nearby. Security staff attended and were involved in a brief
foot chase when the suspect fled the scene. Kingston City Police had already
been contacted and joined in the pursuit until the individual was detained and
arrested near the JDUC. A student was taken into custody by police for
trespassing and public intoxication.
OF STOLEN PROPERTY:
8:04 pm: Residences - A custodian reported spotted a suspicious
individual just prior to discovering an attempted break-in had occurred
inside a Residences building. A suspect description was provided,
and the next day a Student Patrol observed a man fitting that description.
When approached, the individual fled the scene but was pursued and
monitored by Security until he was soon apprehended by KPD Officers who
joined the search.
individual for possession of stolen property, including a surround sound system that
was clearly marked as property of Queen's University.
May 21, 1:34
am: Clark Hall - A break-in attempt at the Clark Hall Pub was
prevented by an intrusion system activation. Security arrived to discover
a rock had been thrown through an interior door window and pub staff soon
confirmed some keys were missing. The KPD IDENT unit also attended to
collect evidence from the scene and all doors related to the missing keys
had their locks changed.
May 18 / 19:
JDUC - A student office area was broken into twice over a two day
period. In both instances the intrusion system activated and Security
staff attended. Office contacts were informed and their initial check
indicated no property had been taken. Kingston City Police were called in
and collected evidence from the scene.
May 2, 1:05 pm:
Campus - Staff contacted the Security Department to report an attempt was
made to break into a locked room overnight. There were visible pry marks on the
door but access was not gained.
May 19, 1:49
pm: Stirling Hall - KFD and Security responded to a malicious fire
alarm pull station activation on the 4th floor of the Building.
May 4, 8:56
am: Botterell Hall - KFD and Security responded to a malicious
fire alarm pull station activation on the 8th floor of the Building.
May 7, 11:35
pm: John Orr Tower - A tenant contacted the ERC to report hearing
someone who may be attempting to cut locks off bikes secured outside the
building. Security staff responded immediately but the area was
clear upon arrival.. There were no evidence found to indicate a
bicycle had been stolen (ie. cut locks on the ground) and no subsequent
theft reports received.
THEFT / BREAK-IN (QUEEN'S PROPERTY):
May 4, Morning:
- The Emergency Report Centre was informed of a number of break-ins and
thefts at two buildings on Campus.
Filing cabinets were
broken into in some offices and several laptop & computer CPU towers were stolen
- likely carried from the scene inside a beige mailbag and/or a box which were
also missing from the areas.
- 3 Dell High End
755 : Serial #s B0P7HF1 , 8PYWZF1 and JNYWZF1
- 2 Dell Optiplex 755 Small Form F : Serial #s 80P7HF1 and GZN7HF1
- 2 Tecra M9 Core2 Duo T7300 laptop computer : Serial #s Z7023149H and
- 2 Dell Optiplex 745 : Serial #s 3CL4BD1 and BCL4BD1
Although cable locks had been cut off some of the stolen computers, a data
projector and other computers marked or engraved as 'Property of Queen's
University' (or similar inscription) were left behind by the thief.
An engraver is available to borrow from the Campus Security main office to
engrave your computers and other property. Please contact us at
613-533-6733 (or ext 36733) to arrange for pick up.