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Campus Safety Report (3/8/19) | The Gustavian Weekly

By The Weekly Staff | March 8, 2019 | Campus safety report, News

Monday, February 25

  • Campus Safety detected the odor of marijuana while patrolling Rundstrom Hall.  Two students were referred to the Campus Conduct System.
  • A student reported that his windshield wipers had been stolen off his car.
  • Campus Safety preformed  a welfare check in Sorensen Hall.
  • Campus Safety and Res Life Staff responded to a odor of marijuana in Gibbs Hall. Campus Safety referred one student to the Campus Conduct System.

Tuesday, February 26

  • No incidents reported.

Wednesday, February 27

  • Campus Safety responded to a report of college property damage in Lund center.
  • A CF was completing rounds in Sohre Hall and twice a student was being loud after quiet hours.

Thursday, February 28

  • No incidents reported

Friday, March 1

  • An employee called to report the theft of a Gustavus laptop. The laptop was stolen from out of state.

Saturday, March 2

  • On Saturday, March 2, 2019, at 2258 hours, campus safety responded to a medical assist in Lund Center, a non-student was taken to Rivers Edge by ambulance.

Sunday, March 3

  • On Sunday, March 3, 2019 at 1403 hours, Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm at Rundstrom Hall.
  • Campus Safety and Res Life Staff responded to an odor of marijuana in College View apartments. Campus Safety referred one student to the Campus Conduct System.

Note: Case dispositions are available online by viewing the daily crime log on the Campus Safety web page: https://gustavus.edu/safety/incidents/index.php

Tip of the Week:

Winter Weather and Pedestrian Safety… Please be aware of pedestrian safety during the snow and ice season. Always wear proper footwear with good traction and look at the walking surface ahead of you.

Keep your eyes and ears alert to what’s going on around you. Use sidewalks that have already been cleared when available. If you are coming out from behind a snowbank, stop first and check to see if it is safe.

You may be less visible because of snow piles or glare off of the snow. Vehicles will have a harder time stopping on slippery surfaces. Stay away from roads and sidewalks when snow removal equipment is trying to clear the snow and as they treat the road and sidewalk surfaces.

Be aware that snow removal equipment moves backwards, forwards and may turn sharply. Do not walk in front of or directly behind snow removal equipment! Make sure drivers see you by making eye contact and wait for them to pass before crossing.

Contact Physical Plant (x7504) to report slippery areas or those that need to be cleared. Contact Campus Safety (x8888) immediately if you may have been injured in a slip and fall injury.

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