Campus Safety

Weekly Safety Report

September 22–26, 2014


September 23, 11:25 a.m. (Sparks Parking Lot):  A student reported that someone had attempted to break into their car. The officer went with the student to survey the damage to the car and found that the driver’s side lock had been pried to the point of breaking, but no entry to the vehicle had been made.


September 22, (Off Campus):  Campus Safety received a call regarding the wellbeing of a student. The student stated that they were have problems and requested help. The officer drove to the student’s house and transported them to the ER for further medical attention.

September 23, (In a Campus Residence):  A student called to report that they had cut their hand. The student requested a transport to the ER because they had lost a lot of blood and they were feeling light-headed. The officer on duty met with the student and transported them to the ER.

September 26, (In a Campus Residence):   Campus Safety received a report that a student had broken a window and cut open their hand. The officer spoke with the injured student who was attempting to close the lounge door when their hand slipped through one of the glass panes.  The student stated that they didn’t need any further medical attention.  Facilities Services was called to clean up the area.

September 26, (In a Campus Residence):  Campus Safety received a call that a student was highly intoxicated and had passed out. The officer arrived to evaluate the student and was unable to wake them.  The officer called 911 and paramedics arrived to evaluate the student.  The student refused any further service and the paramedics determined that the student was well enough to take care of themselves.


September 25, 3:00 p.m. (Sparks Parking Lot):  A student received their 12th parking citation, their third this semester.  A report was forwarded to the Office of Rights and Responsibilities.

September 26, 10:57 a.m. (University Center):  Campus Safety received reports that a student was hanging over the second floor balcony of the University Center.  When the officers arrived, the student was standing on the outside of the railing, holding on with only one hand and swinging back and forth.  Upon seeing the officers, the student immediately hopped back over the railing and went inside the building.  The student questioned the officer’s directive, refusing to believe that the officers could stop the student. Throughout the conversation, the student continued to ask what authority they had to stop them.   A short while later, one of the officers passed by the same student who began yelling at the officer and harassing her.


September 26, 10:28 a.m. (Online):  A student came in to the office to report that they were being harassed online. The student stated that they were conducting a study for their class, and was using twitter to send out a survey.  Shortly after setting this up, the student received a large number of threats on their life.  Later that day, the student received a threatening email, suggesting that the survey data was going to be tampered with.


September 22, 1:54 p.m. (Belknap Hall):  A student came in to report that a bike tire had been stolen from their bike.  The student reported seeing the bike intact that morning, but when they returned that afternoon, the tire was gone.

September 23, 3:00 p.m. (Southwood Hall):  A student came in to report that their bike had been stolen during the past weekend.  The bike had been locked up outside near Montag with a cable lock.  When the student returned to use the bike, the lock had been cut and the bike was gone.