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Public Safety Update/Summary of Incidents/May 5 – May 11, 2013

May 13, 2013

Here is the activity that was reported to Public Safety for the week.


Public Safety Update/Summary of Incidents/May 5 – May 11, 2013

May 6; 9:30 am: Public Safety documented the loss of a key ring containing approximately 15 keys for various locations on campus. The key ring was lost while on campus.

 

May 7; 8:05 am: Public Safety was contacted by PC Preparatory Academy regarding a fight between 2 students. The incident was captured on CCTV. The incident was turned over to Administration for review/action.

 

May 10; 8:40 am: Public Safety documented a “road rage” incident that occurred at 7 Ave. and Thomas involving a student. When the student parked on campus the suspect pulled in and threatened the student, then left. The student was advised to also follow up with the Phoenix Police department.

 

May 10; 11:20 am: Public Safety was contacted by a student regarding the theft of his bike. The bike had been locked with a cable lock at the bike rack near the “E” building. The theft occurred 2 days prior to contact with Safety. No other information is available at this time.

 

 

Other:

No medical incidents were reported during this time.

No motor vehicle accidents were reported at this time.

 

 

 

Safety: Safety on our PC Campus is all of our concern and responsibility as involved community partners. If you see activity that appears suspicious and/or destructive, call Public Safety to report it: give the location, type of activity and descriptions of those involved if possible. They may be committing a crime or just need assistance that we can help with. The Safety Office phone is staffed 24/7. The number is 602-285-7254.

 

NOTE: Faculty members are encouraged to share the safety updates with their students.

End of update.

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Doug Sparks, Commander
Phoenix College
Public Safety
MCCCD

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