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Campus Safety Report (12/6/19) | The Gustavian Weekly

By The Weekly Staff | December 6, 2019 | Campus safety report

Monday, November 18th

  • No incidents reported

Tuesday, November 19th

  • No incidents reported

Wednesday, November 20th

  • Campus Safety discovered students on the roof of Southwest Hall. Students referred to the campus conduct system.
  • Campus Safety performed a medical transport to Rivers Edge.

Thursday, November 21st

  • Campus Safety responded to a medical assist at Pittman Hall.
  • Campus Safety responded to a suspicious incident in Norelius Hall.

Friday, November 22nd

  • Campus Safety responded to graffiti on a city utility box east of Uhler Hall.
  • Campus Safety responded to a CF’s call for assistance in Pittman Hall for excessive noise and breaking courtesy hours.

Saturday, November 23rd

  • Campus Safety observed an of age alcohol violation in College View Apartments. Campus Safety referred one student to the Campus Conduct System.

Sunday, November 24th

  • Campus Safety was called to Norelius Hall for an alcohol incident. Campus Safety referred one student to the Campus Conduct System
  • Campus Safety responded to GAC Criminal damage at the Walker House. Campus Safety made the broken window safe.
  • Campus Safety removed a bat from the Ten O Nine house.
  • Campus Safety observed Non GAC criminal damage to 3 bicycles laying on the road past College View. The bicycles all had flat tires.
  • Campus Safety responded to property damage in Norelius Hall. An exit sign with emergency lighting was knocked down in the 4C hallway.

Monday, November 25th

  • Campus Safety responded to the Finance office for a counterfeit 20 dollar bill.

Tuesday, November 26th

  • Campus Safety responded to Beck Hall for a report of lost Gustavus keys.

Wednesday, November 27th

  • Campus Safety responded to a medical assist at North Hall.

Thursday, November 28th

  • No incidents reported

Friday, November 29th

  • No incidents reported

Saturday, November 30th

  • Campus Safety Officer received inappropriate communication/Threatening. One student was referred to the Campus Conduct System.

Sunday, December 1st

  • No incidents reported

Tip of the Week:

The holidays are a great opportunity to enjoy time with family and friends, celebrate, and reflect. Here are some holiday tips to support your efforts for health and safety this season.

Lock the doors and windows to your residence hall, house, apartment or office and take all keys with you.

Take valuable personal property home with you. If you leave anything of value in your home or office, secure it in a locked closet or cabinet. Store your bike in a legal and secure location using a U-lock.

Prepare your vehicle for any road trips and check for any safety issues like fluid levels or tire pressure. If you’re leaving a car on campus, be sure you are parked in designated break parking.

Talk to your roommates about when everyone is coming and going.

If you stay on campus, keep an eye out for any suspicious persons or activities and call Campus Safety (507-933-8888) if you see anything that doesn’t seem quite right.

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