The Gustavian Weekly

Campus Safety Report (5/5/17)

By The Weekly Staff | May 5, 2017 | Campus safety report

Tuesday, April 25

Campus Safety responded to a Chapel View Townhome to document a complaint from other college staff.

A student reported the theft of personal property outside a room in Rundstrom Hall.

Wednesday, April 26

Campus Safety responded to Health Service for a medical assist and transported one student to River’s Edge Hospital.

Campus Safety was called for a theft report in the Jackson Campus Center. A student’s art project that was on display was taken out of the second floor women’s bathroom.

Campus Safety took a report of a student of concern in Norelius Hall.

Campus Safety responded to an odor of marijuana in Pittman Hall.  One student was referred to the campus conduct system for underage consumption of alcohol.

Friday, April 28

Campus Safety responded to a student of concern in Rundstrom Hall.

A Gustavus employee reported property damage in the Lind Interpretive Center.

Saturday, April 29

Campus Safety responded to an alcohol violation in Uhler Hall involving one student.

Campus Safety responded to Jackson Campus Center for a report of someone having vomited in a trash can. The person was not identified but the bio waste was taken for proper disposal.

Campus Safety responded to a report of personal property missing from a visitor’s vehicle while parked in the Bjorling parking lot.

Campus Safety discovered a fire extinguisher missing from College View Apartments.

Campus Safety responded to a student of concern on College grounds.

Note: Case dispositions are available online by viewing the daily crime log on the Campus Safety web page:

Tip of the Week:

Fire Safety – All faculty, staff, and students are required to evacuate the building when the alarm has sounded, and proceed slowly to the nearest exit and go directly to the pre-arranged evacuation site.

The last individual exiting a room should close door and proceed to the closest exit. If smoke hampers your means of egress, find an alternative route.

Never use an elevator to evacuate the building, as smoke will rise into the elevator shaft, placing everyone inside at serious risk. Handicapped individuals should go to the nearest staircase and wait for assistance.

Do not re-enter the building until the fire alarm has been silenced and Campus Safety or the Saint Peter Fire Department has indicated that it is safe to re-occupy. Inform Security and Campus Safety if anyone has been injured or cannot account for their presence