The Gustavian Weekly

Campus Safety Report (12/9/16)

By The Weekly Staff | December 9, 2016 | Campus safety report

Wednesday, November 30

Campus Safety responded to a welfare check in Uhler Hall.

Campus Safety documented the theft of Gustavus property from Sorensen Hall for a missing fire extinguisher.

Campus Safety and Residential Life responded to a suspected drug violation in North Hall. Two students were referred to the campus conduct system for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.

Campus Safety and Res Life responded to a suspected drug violation in Rundstrom Hall. Two students were referred to the campus conduct system for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.

Friday, December 2

An employee reported an attempted theft. An online charge was discovered and cancelled that had been made with a credit card possibly lost on campus.

Sunday, December 4

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

A Collegiate Fellow documented a noise violation in Sohre Hall involving one student.

Campus Safety documented property damage in Sorensen Hall. A plastic guard on a light fixture was found damaged.

Campus Safety and Residential Life responded to a noise complaint in Uhler Hall.

Campus Safety responded to a student of concern in Sohre Hall. One student was transported by to the hospital by ambulance and referred to the campus conduct system for underage consumption.

Campus Safety responded to welfare check in Arbor View.

A student reported a theft from the Lund Center locker room.

Campus Safety performed a welfare check on a student of concern in Norelius Hall.

Tip of the Week:

Run, Hide, Fight…Do you know what it means?

As police responded to the attack at Ohio State University earlier this week, school officials broadcast an ominous message to students with a set of instructions: “Run Hide Fight.”  Many news agencies reporting on the attack began asking questions about what that means and what are people receiving the message supposed to do.

Run, Hide, Fight, is a national campaign that Gustavus uses in providing notification during an active threat situation on campus.  Basically the run part is that your first option is to get away, get as far away from the threat as you can. Second, if you can’t, then you hide. You barricade yourself wherever you are. You often see the words shelter in place, when it comes to the hide element. You shelter in place to try and keep yourself away from that threat. The last is if you just have no other option, that you can use your mental and physical capacities to defend yourself.  That as a last resort to save your life, there may be a need to fight.

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