The Gustavian Weekly

Campus Safety Report (11/18/16)

By The Weekly Staff | November 18, 2016 | Campus safety report

Monday, November 7

A Collegiate Fellow responded to a policy violation in College View Apartments and documented two different rooms with screens that had been removed.

Online reports were submitted reporting political-related slogans chalked on campus.

Tuesday, November 8

Campus Safety was notified that there was obscene writing in chalk on the sidewalk between Confer Hall and Sohre Hall. The obscene writing was erased.

An online report was submitted regarding sidewalk chalkings on College grounds and a verbal confrontation over some being erased.

An online report was submitted about sidewalk chalkings targeting a political party and altering and erasing slogans.

Wednesday, November 9

Campus Safety took a report from a student of a bias incident that occurred on Friday, November 4, 2016 at 0930 hours in Old Main.

An online report was submitted about a poster being torn down in a residence hall for suspected ethnicity-based, bias-related reasons.

Thursday, November 10

Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in Sorensen Hall.  A student was transported to the hospital.

Friday, November 11

Campus Safety received a third party report regarding sexual misconduct and domestic assault occurring on campus property.  Case referred to the Title IX Coordinator.

Saturday, November 12

Campus Safety responded to a suspected alcohol violation in North Hall. One non-student was cited by the Saint Peter Police Department for underage consumption and giving a false ID, and trespassed from campus.

Campus Safety assisted the Saint Peter Police Department in locating an intoxicated 21 and over non-Gustavus female in the Sohre parking lot.

Sunday, November 13

Campus Safety responded to a student of concern on College grounds. Campus Safety referred one student to the campus conduct system for underage consumption of alcohol, failure to comply with a College official, and simple assault.

Tip of the Week:

Want to be informed when a snow emergency has been declared in the City of Saint Peter? Then it’s time to sign up for the City’s community notification system….Nixle!

Nixle is a community oriented notification system that is used by the City to provide alerts, advisory notices and other community information.

Make sure you are signed up in the Nixle system in order to receive information about City snow emergencies.  Gustavus Adolphus College is not involved in the City-declared snow emergencies.   Be sure your emergency contact information is up to date at gustavus.edu/emergency to receive Gustavus-specific alerts, such as if severe weather affects the course schedule.

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