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Campus Safety Report (10/2/2020) - The Gustavian Weekly

By The Weekly Staff | October 2, 2020 | Campus safety report

Monday, September 21st

  • Campus Safety responded to a Medical Assist near Three Flags. Student was taken by ambulance to Rivers Edge Hospital.
  • A CF went and checked on a resident in Sorensen Hall, per the Director of Residential Life, and found that wooden incense sticks were burning. The CF confiscated the incense sticks.

Tuesday, September 22nd

  • No incidents reported

Wednesday, September 23rd

  • No incidents reported

Thursday, September 24th

  • Two CFs were doing rounds in Norelius Hall and found a resident not wearing a mask in a common area.
  • Two CFs were doing rounds in Norelius Hall and found two residents together in a common area and one resident was not wearing a mask .
  • Two CFs were doing rounds in Norelius Hall and found a resident not wearing a mask in a common area.

Friday, September 25th

  • No incidents reported

Saturday, September 26th

  • Two CFs were doing rounds in College View Apartments and found a noise violation. Resident(s) were not compliant, so Campus Safety was called.
  • Two on duty CFs were called by Campus Safety to assist in a noise violation in Norelius Hall.
  • A student made an in-person report concerning obscene and harassing communications in Norelius Hall.
  • A CF(s) reported a resident in Pittman Hall having issues with complying to the COVID policy on a daily basis, multiple times a day.

Sunday, September 27th

  • Campus safety responded to a noise violation in Norelius Hall. Four students violated the college covid-19 policy, 1 student had consumed alcohol and had possession of alcohol, 3 non-GAC students were also present. The 4 students referred to the campus conduct system, the 3 non-students were asked to leave campus.
  • Campus Safety was asked to assist on a Mental Health Concern in Sorensen Hall.
  • Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm in Adolphson house.
  • Two CFs approached a room after quiet hours in Norelius Hall for a noise violation. Once the door was opened COVID policies were also in violation – number of people in a residential room, masks not being worn and social distancing.

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:
Prevent theft and increase recovery – register your bicycle!
It’s free, and the permit is valid your entire time at Gustavus – gustavus.edu/safety/permits
The best steps to keep your bicycle safe on campus – always secure your bicycle to a bike rack, and make sure you have a permit!

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