Campus Security and Emergency Services @ Queen's University
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Incidents of Interest
November 26, Campus Dining Hall - A student reported that her blue backpack, containing a MacBook Air and other personal items, was stolen while accidentally left unattended for a short time.
November 26, An Clachan Complex - A tenant reported hearing a noise at about midnight the previous evening, and the next morning realized that someone had entered his apartment through an unlocked window and stole an iPad and a laptop computer.
November 23, An Clachan Complex - A tenant of the housing complex contacted the ERC to report a group of people were practicing archery just outside the building. The Security Supervisor attended and spoke with the group who agreed to discontinue the activity as well as to store the boew and arrows at a non-university property.
November 12, Off Campus - A Student residing near main campus called the ERC to report hearing loud noises coming from the fire escape outside her room, sounding like someone may be walking up the stairs.
Security Suervisors attended and checked the area. No people were found, but while clearing the scene, a very large raccoon was observed decending the fire escape of the house next door.
November 11, Campus - The ERC was informed that a grey with black Raleigh bicycle was stolen from the bicycle racks outside of Kingston Hall.
November 9, Residences - While on mobile patrol, a Security Supervisor was flaggd down by some students who reported an unknown male had entered their Residences building. The suspect was nearby and detained by Security, who were subsequently informed by a student that the man had entered several unlocked rooms in the Residence, including one where he was discovered holding a backpack with the two room occupants' laptop computers inside.
Kingston Police attended and placed the man under arrest for unlawful entry into dwelling and theft under $5000. He was also issued a Notice of Prohibition, banning him from university property.
November 7, Campus - The ERC was informed that a bicycle had been stolen from where it had been secured to a bike rack. The caller reported that a U-Lock, used to secure the front wheel to the racks, had been cut but it and the wheel were left behind. It is a silver "2009 Specialized Rock Hopper" bicycle.
November 4, Off Campus - A student reported a bicycle was stolen from outside her house after the wire lock securing it was cut.
October 25, 22:03 - Main Campus - An Emergency Blue Light Phone was activated with no response when answered by the ERC. Security attended to find no one in need of assistance, although a large number of individuals were in the vicinity.
October 27, Jeffrey Hall - Campus Security was informed that a
student's Microsoft Surface Tablet and Surface Tablet Keyboard had been
October 24, Residences - Campus Security was contacted by a student who observed a suspicious male inside a Residence bike compound. When questioned, the individual stated he was getting his own bicycle but then fled without it when he saw the student pull out their phone. The suspect was described as being a thin male around 20 years old, approximately 5'10" tall, "mismatched" teeth, short blond hair. He was wearing a red ball cap, black windbreaker jacket, jeans and white sneakers.
October 21, Campus - a caller reported there was a large white vehicle drviving slowly around campus, with two suspected male occupants wearing white masks inside who were playing "creepy music". Security checked the area and the vehicle was located - City Police had also been notified and stopped the vehicle. The occupants were questions and determined to be celebrating Halloween by handing out candies to students on campus.
October 16, Robert Sutherland Hall - A student reported that his bicycle was stolen sometime overnight from where he had locked it to the bike racks. It is a dark grey Scott Speedster Hybrid with a white seat and handlebars and black fenders.
October 6, An Clachan Complex - A tenant reported encounter two unknown males siphoning gas out of his vehicle at around 6:40 am. When confronted, the men claimed to have thought it was their grandmother's car, and then quickly left the scene..
October 3, Campus - Security staff observed occupants in a vehicle throwing eggs at people as they drove by. A description of the vehicle, including the licence plate number, was provided to Kingston Police.
October 1, 11:45 pm: Campus - The ERC was contacted by a Residence desk clerk who said that a couple of students reported seeing two males arguing with each other while "carrying a body" east-bound on Union Street near campus. Security staff attended and met up with two students who were rolling their friend home on an office chair.
October 1, Residences - Campus Security was requested to attend to the front of a Residence where people were reportedly engaged in eating live goldfish. The Security Supervisor was informed and attended the scene where he observed a large group disperse as he arrived.
September 27, Off Campus - The ERC was notified by a student that someone had entered his home near main campus through an unlocked door and stole his backpack and a black Sony Vaio laptop computer.
September 27, 1:30 pm: Union Street - Campus Security staff reported a vehicle had just struck some parked cars on Union Street, south of the PEC, then drove up onto the sidewalk. It continued for a short distance before coming to a stop, but students in the vicinity managed to avoid being struck. Campus Security confirmed there were no injuries to pedestrians or to the driver and contacted Kingston City Police to attend.
September 23, ARC - A student reported that his knapsack and its contents were stolen from an unlocked locker in the ARC. It was later found - minus a wallet - in a nearby bathroom stall.
September 21, Off Campus - A student residing in a house near campus reports a MacBook Pro laptop computer was stolen from his home, likely through a nearby unlocked window.
September 21, 2:00 am: Off Campus - The ERC received a report that a female student was walking back to campus when an unknown male ran up behind her and grabbed a set of keys out of her hand, then continued to flee the scene. A report was filed with her Residence and the locks to her room were changed that night.
September 15, Off Campus - While on mobile patrol of campus and the surrounding area, Campus Security staff stopped a group of individuals seen carrying a "STOP" sign from the corner of Collingwood and Union Streets. The sign was replaced but later in the night observed to be missing again. Both Kingston Police and City Public Works were also involved. NOTE: On September 24, 2012, a "STOP" sign was stolen from this same location which led to a collision between two vehicles.
September 15, Residences - A Don contacted Campus Security to report they had just stopped a student who was attempting to bring a motorcycle into his Residence room on the second floor.
September 11, ARC - A student reported that his iPod Touch was stolen while left briefly unattended in the ARC 'Lifting Zone'.
September 7, Residences - The ERC was informed that three unknown males were suspected of stealing two iPhones from inside unlocked and unattended Residence rooms.
September 7, Residences - A Residence Don reported a student had left their room unlocked and unattended for a brief time, and returned to discover that someone had entered and poured water onto their laptop computer. No other items were vandalised or stolen, but the laptop was inoperable.
September 6, 10:10 am: Goodes Hall - Security staff patrol campus observed two suspicious males who appeared to check out the bicycles secured to racks outside Goodes Hall. When approached, the individuals were uncooperative and left the scene. A call was placed with Kingston Police to assist in ID'ing the men, and Security monitored their movements until officers arrived.
Both individuals were apprehended and issued Notices of Prohibition, banning them from university property. The two were also placed under arrest by police - one for possession of burglary tools and the other for an outstanding warrant.
September 6, 01:57 am: Residences - While on patrol of campus, Security staff discovered that the gate had been forcibly removed from a Residence building bike compound. A number of bicycles were observed still in the compound with no obvious signs that any had been stolen (ie. cut locks on the ground). Both Res maintenance and a Physical Plant Services trades were called in to repair the damage and a PPS lock was used to secure the area for the night.
If you have had a bicycle stolen from any location on campus, please notify Campus Security and Emergency Services at 613-533-6080. Bike owners are advised to record a description of their bicycle, including its serial #, in the event it may stolen in the future.
September 9, 12:11am: The Underground (formerly Alfie's Pub)- The Emergency Report Centre received a call from a student who stated that he was concerned about how long the line up was at the pub.
Security staff were informed and confirmed the line up was long, but being well monitored by AMS Constables and there did not appear to be anyone in distress.
August 30, 4:05 am: Union Street Garage - Ambulance dispatch reported they were attending to a report of an injury at the campus garage entrance. Security staff also attended and observed that an individual suffered a serious head injury after he failed to make a turn while skateboarding on the ramp. The individual was transported to hospital by the paramedics.
THEFT OF BICYCLE / BIKE PARTS:
August 26, Queen's Centre - A caller reported their bicycle was stolen while secured to a bike rack outside. It is described as being a Supercycle "Vice" bike that is black/green and white in color (see photo).
TRESPASS TO PROPERTY:
August 17, Student Housing Area - At 00:40, a caller reported that she just caught a young male peeking into her window. He immediately ran off when he realized that he'd been spotted. Security staff immediately searched the vicinity but did not locate the individual. Kingston City Police were also notified of the incident.
July 23, Campus - A student informed Campus Security that while walking near the JDUC, a vehicle drove by and occupants threw eggs at them. The caller stated being struck in the leg and a friend was hit in the arm. The vehicle was described a a silver Honda. Security checked the vicinity, but no vehicle by that description was loocated. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.
July 23, Jean Royce Hall - Both KFD and Campus Security attended to a report of a dumpster fire outside the Residence. Upon arrival it was observed that there was no actual fire, but a significant amount of smoke was coming from the dumpster due to hot BBQ briquettes that had been put in the bin.