Public Safety Update/Summary of Incidents/October 10 – October 19, 2013
Oct 14; 1:50 pm: Public Safety responded to the book store regarding a theft. The suspect had fled prior to Safety response.
Oct 15; 1:30 pm: Public Safety responded regarding a verbally aggressive student. All involved parties were interviewed and the incident was forwarded to Administration for review/action.
Oct 16; 9:50 am: Public safety was contacted by a student regarding the theft of their bike, which had been left locked to the rack near the Book Store. CCTV captured the theft. The investigation is continuing.
Oct 17; 6:40 pm: Public Safety responded to an altercation between two students outside the Bear’s Cave. The incident was investigated and forwarded to Administration for review/action.
Oct 18; 2:00 pm: Public Safety responded to the west parking lot regarding a found bank card. Wells Fargo was contacted and advised Public Safety staff that the card had been reported lost and cancelled earlier. The card was destroyed with no further action required.
Two medical incidents were reported during this period. One required medical transport.
No motor vehicle accidents were reported during this time period.
We are having a bike theft issue on campus. We recommend the purchase of a good lock to protect your investment. If you observe suspicious activity around the bike racks, please contact Public Safety immediately. Also, we are having thefts of items left unattended. Unfortunately in our current society we cannot take the risk of leaving anything you value unsecured or unattended.
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 description/s 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.
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