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ARCHIVE: March 2010

ATTEMPTED THEFT:

March 30, 2:46 pm: Queen's Centre - An off-duty Security Patrol Officer contacted the ERC to report he and other individuals had chased and detained two individuals who stole money from inside the Queen's Centre.  They  were being detained off-campus, so Kingston City Police were notified and Campus Security also attended.

It was later determined two young males had grabbed a donation jar from a charity's table and fled the scene, but were chased and tackled by a student in the area. She was immediately joined by others who assisted in catching and holding the individuals until Security and KPD arrived.  They were subsequently arrested by Police as well as issued Notices of Prohibition, banning them from University property, by Campus Security.

March 29, 5:20 pm: Campus - Off-duty Security administration contacted the ERC to report having observed a male individual steal a bicycle from some bike racks and ride off.  The Security Supervisor searched the area and eventually he and a Security Practitioner contained the thief on a waterfront pier south of main campus. Kingston City Police had also been contacted and met with Security a short time later. The individual was subsequently issued a Notice of Prohibition, banning him from University Property.

March 26, 1:48 am: JDUC - The ERC received a report that two individuals, a male and female, were observed stealing chairs from the JDUC.  They were seen entering a house near main campus, but refused to answer the door for Security staff so Kingston City Police were called to attend.  The individuals were subsequently identified as students who admitted stealing the chairs, and their names & incident details were provided to applicable University departments for follow up.


BICYCLE / BIKE PARTS THEFT:

March 31, 00:01 am: Miller Hall - Security staff observed an individual walking off campus carrying a bicycle, and when approached the student reported he was carrying the bike home because someone stole the rear wheel off it while secured outside Miller Hall between 7:00 pm and midnight.

March 29, 3:45 pm: Campus - A caller reported their gold coloured TREK mountainbike had its lock cut and was stolen some time during the day.

March 29, 3:40 pm: JDUC / Queen's Centre - A student reported his unicycle was stolen from where it had been locked near the two buildings between 11:30 and 3:30 pm. The unicycle has a 36" wheel, silver on the inside and black outside, and a blue seat.

March 29, 7:30 pm: JDUC - A student reported his dark grey NORCO LRT2 model bicycle (serial# 07I0001104 ) from the building's East side. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

March 29, 7:30 pm: Walter Light Hall - A student reported her "Giant" brand men's 10 speed silver-yellow bicycle (serial# CY106024 ) was stolen from outside the building sometime between 10am and 7pm that day. She also filed a report with Kingston City Police.

March 25, 9:25 pm: Queen's Centre - A caller reported his black Norco Mountaineer G52698, 21 speed bicycle was stolen from where it had been secured to the bike racks outside.

March 17, 7:40 pm: Watts Hall - A student reported his red & silver bicycle was stolen. Serial# 0046245.

March 17, 7:37 pm: Leonard Hall - Student reported his black mountain bike had been stolen.


BREAK IN / THEFT (PERSONAL PROPERTY):

March 27, 7:00 pm: McArthur Hall - A student reported he left his backpack & laptop computer outside the library for about an hour, and then returned to discover it had been stolen.  It is a grey Samsung laptop computer with serial number (for the charger): CNBA4400264ABZ0497E0798 .

March 25, 11:49 am: Chernoff Hall - A student reported their Engineering jacket was taken from a lab. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

March 22, 4:53 pm: Stauffer Library -A student reported his laptop computer ( a 15" metallic MacBook Pro) was stolen after accidentally being left unattended for about 20 minutes. Kingston City Police were informed and attended to take a report.

March 14, 2:30 pm: Student Housing Area - A student reported their television and XBox gaming system were stolen sometime between 11pm the previous night and 11am that morning. It was not determined how entry was gained by the thief.

March 11, Campus - A staff member reported 2 credit cards were stolen from her purse while it was left unattended for a few minutes in an unlocked office . The theft was apparent the next day when her credit card company informed her of some large purchases charged to the cards.  A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

March 6, 10:00 am: Residences - A laptop computer was reported stolen while left unattended for a couple hours in a Common Room.  It is a yellow HP Artist edition computer with drawings on the cover.

March 1, 9:11 pm: Campus - A student reported forgetting a university owned Toshiba  laptop computer when leaving a class, then returned 10 minutes later to discover it missing.


MISCHIEF / VANDALISM:

March 27, 12:05 am: Mackintosh Corry Hall - Campus Security were called to the scene of a vehicle parked on campus that - based on hand prints visible on its side - had been flipped onto its roof.  Kingston City Police attended to investigate and collect evidence.

March 21, 12:22 am: Gordon Brockington House - Campus Security attended to a report that a group of student aged individuals smashed a window outside the Residence and ran off. Although not an access risk for the building, the broken glass posed a safety hazard so a PPS carpenter was called in for repairs.

March 17, 10:47 pm: Gordon Brockington Hall - While Security staff were attending to a medical assistance incident inside the Residence, the Security vehicle was vandalized while parked outside.

March 12, 11:47 pm: Gordon Brockington House - While Security staff were attending a medical assistance incident inside the Residence, the Security vehicle parked outside was vandalized.


THEFT FROM VEHICLE:

March 24, 8:50 am: West Campus -A vehicle was reported broken into some time between 8 am and 5:30 pm the previous day.  Items stolen from the trunk included: two pieces of luggage with with clothes inside, a fishing pole, safety boots, and some food. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

March 11, 11:38 am: West Campus - A caller reported his car was broken into while parked at a West Campus lot during the previous day between 11am and 6pm.

In addition to damage to his vehicle, the following items were stolen from inside:

  • In-dash deck:  Sony Xplod CDX-S2010

  • Amplifier:  Rockford Fosgate p325.1

  • Subwoofer:  Rockford Fosgate PUNCH (P210D4 or P210D2)

  • Sub Enclosure:  Bassworx 10" sealed enclosure w. black felt carpeting surrounding it.


FIRE / FIRE ALARM:

March 21, 3:09 am: Victoria Hall - The fire alarm activated in the Residence due to a poster set on fire in a stairwell.  KFD attended and - after the cause was determined - Kingston City Police were called in to investigate the incident.


THEFT (QUEEN'S PROPERTY):

March 13, 1:30 am: JDUC - The ERC received a report that a group of a half dozen student age males and females were observed running up University Avenue with a couch stolen from inside the building. Security attended the area but did not locate the individuals or stolen property.


DISORDERLY CONDUCT:

March 10, 1:42 am: Alfie's Pub - A Student Constable contacted the ERC to report a male patron was refusing to leave the bar and requested Security attend. Security staff arrived soon afterwards, but the male in question continued to be belligerent and refuse requests to leave, so Kingston Police were contacted.  After the initially issue was resolved, the male remained disruptive and was eventually taken into custody by KPS Officers.


MISCELLANEOUS:

March 9, 9:45 pm: Victoria Hall - The ERC received a report that two nude, student age males just ran through the Residence's main lobby and then outside.  Security staff attended to check the surrounding area but the individuals were not located.


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