Monday, September 10
• Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in Norelius Hall.
• Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in the Schaefer Fine Arts Building.
Thursday, September 13
• Campus Safety investigated a report of damage to property on College grounds by the soccer fields.
Friday, September 14
• Campus Safety responded to College View apartments for a medical assist.
• A student reported the theft of an unsecured bicycle outside Pittman Hall to Campus Safety. The bicycle was later recovered.
• A Campus Safety Officer responded to a medical assist at Beck Hall.
• Campus Safety responded to a medical assist on College grounds. One student was cited for underage consumption.
Saturday, September 15
• Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in Norelius Hall. Four students were cited with underage consumption.
• Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in Norelius Hall. One student was cited for underage consumption and underage possession of alcohol.
• One student was cited by Campus Safety for underage consumption in Norelius Hall.
• Three students were cited by Campus Safety for drug/narcotic violations in Arbor View.
• A Gustavus student reported the theft of her unlocked bicycle from the bike rack near the Jackson Campus Center.
• A Gustavus employee reported vandalism to Gustavus property.
• Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in Pittman Hall.
Sunday, September 16
• Collegiate Fellows responded to an alcohol violation in Sohre Hall involving one student.
• Collegiate Fellows responded to a College policy violation involving two students and an alcohol violation involving one student in Norelius Hall.
Tip of the Week:
September is National Preparedness Month (NPM). It was created in 2003 to help increase citizen emergency preparedness in the U.S. and focus on preparing yourself, those in your care, and your community for any unexpected emergency.
Preparedness is a shared responsibility. It takes a whole community. This year HSEM is joining FEMA in asking the public to “Pledge to Prepare” by taking specific actions. We are asking individuals, businesses and organizations commit to doing at least one of the following:
1. Be informed: Learn about local hazards and risk and their appropriate responses at http://www.ready.gov/be-informed
2. Build an emergency kit: Be ready to survive on your own. Learn more at http://www.ready.gov/build-a-kit
3. Make a communications plan: Keep yourself and family in touch. Learn more at http://www.ready.gov/make-a-plan
4. Get involved: Find out about preparedness in your community at http://www.ready.gov/get-involved
For more information on National Preparedness Month and for help getting your family, business or community prepared, visit www.Ready.gov or call 1-800-BE-READY, 1-888-SE-LISTO, and TTY 1-800-462-7585.