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ARCHIVE: September 2012


September 25, 10:44 pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported that his laptop computer was stolen from a cubicle while left briefly unattended. It is a silver MacBook Pro 15", serial # W8032175ATP . A report was also filed with Kingston Police.

September 20, 2:37 pm: Stauffer Library - The ERC received a report that a MacBook Pro laptop computer was stolen while left unattended for a short period of time. A potential suspect was noted by the owner and his description was very similar to a computer theft suspect last year - an Alert was issued for this theft with a description of that individual.

September 19, 3:50 pm: Off Campus - The ERC was notified that a computer belonging to the university is missing and presumed stolen. It is a ASUS EEE PC Netbook, model # 1015PED , serial # A70AAS188958 .

September 17, 1:31 pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported that her laptop computer was stolen while left briefly unattended. It is a Mac Book Pro 17" serial # SW89261B98YA .


September 24, 12:46 pm: Campus - While on mobile patrol of the student housing area near main campus, the Security supervisor encountered an accident scene at the intersection of Collingwood and Union Streets.

Kingston Police were already in attendance and it was later revealed that the 'Stop' sign at the SE corner of that intersection had been stolen (Google street view of the sign). As a result, a driver heading north bound on Collingwood Street did not stop at the intersection, and collided with another vehicle that was driving east on Union Street. At least one of the vehicles was towed from the scene. There was no information regarding possible injuries to the drivers or  passengers.

Anyone with information about the theft of this Stop sign is asked to contact Kingston Police at 613-549-4660 or Campus Security at 613-533-6080.


September 23, 05:34 am: Campus - The ERC received a call from ambulance dispatch reporting paramedics enroute to campus for a male individual who fell from the overhang of a building entrance while trying to retrieve a frisbee. Campus Security attended and soon located the individual at a different location than was initially provided. The ambulance dispatcher was updated with the actual location and the individual - who was visiting friends on campus - was transported to KGH for treatment of a laceration to his leg.

September 5, 8:14 am: Off Campus - A Queen's staff member contacted the ERC to report a female student was just struck by a vehicle on Johnson Street, north of main campus. The student did not want an ambulance called, but had suffered some minor injuries in the incident. The Security Supervisor attended and transported the student to KGH for treatment.


September 21, 6:43 pm: Off Campus - A custodian contacted the ERC to report finding a laptop computer sitting unattended on a wall in an outside courtyard. Campus Security took possession of the computer and returned it to its owner when they called the ERC to file a missing / stolen computer report a half hour later.


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