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Campus Safety Report (11/4/16)

By The Weekly Staff | November 4, 2016 | Campus safety report

Monday, October 17

An employee reported the loss of campus keys. The keys were later recovered.

Tuesday, October 18

An online report was submitted by a student reporting unknown persons yelling gender-based bias related language from a vehicle outside the music building.

Thursday, October 20

Campus Safety responded to a report of vandalism at Christ Chapel.

Friday, October 21

Residential Life discovered College-owned property in a room in Uhler Hall that had been missing from a common area and referred four students to the campus conduct system.

Tuesday, October 25

Campus Safety Director received a report of inappropriate verbal communication by members of a recognized student group.  Case referred to conduct and Title IX.

Wednesday, October 26

A Gustavus student reported the theft of personal property from a College-owned vehicle while on College grounds.

Thursday, October 27

   A Collegiate Fellow documented a pet policy violation in Uhler Hall.

Saturday, October 29

Campus Safety and Residential Life responded to an alcohol violation in Southwest Hall. One student was referred to the campus conduct system for an underage consumption of alcohol.

Campus Safety responded to a suspected alcohol violation on College grounds at the Broadway Practice Field East.  One student was referred to the campus conduct system for underage consumption and four were referred for failure to comply with a College official.

Sunday, October 30

Campus Safety responded to an alcohol violation on College grounds north of Uhler Hall. Two students were referred to campus conduct system for underage consumption and possession of alcohol and one student was transported to the hospital by ambulance.

Campus Safety and Residential Life responded to an alcohol violation in Sorensen Hall. Campus Safety referred one student to the campus conduct system for underage consumption of alcohol and damage to College property.

Campus Safety and Residential Life responded to a suspected drug violation in Southwest Hall. One student was referred to the campus conduct system for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.

Tip of the Week:

Be patient when passing a bicyclist – slow down and pass only when it’s safest. Allow clearance of at least three feet.

Be on the lookout – watch for and yield to bicyclists before making a turn.

Stay alert and avoid distracted driving – put away mobile devices and food.

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  1. Caden says:

    You’re the grattese! JMHO

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