Public Safety Update/Summary of Incidents/January 30 - February 5, 2012
16-23 January; 7:00am-12:00pm; reported 31 January: An employee reported the theft of a back-flow preventer from the 11th Avenue and Thomas Road parking lot. The cost to replace the preventer is $450.00.
30 January; 11:45am: An employee reported that she had been suffering a number of ailments related to her office duties. An Industrial Injury report was completed.
31 January; 2:35pm: Safety staff responded to the B building on a report that a student was having medical issues. Paramedics responded but the student refused treatment. A report was filed and forwarded to the Dean of Students.
1 February; 9:30-11:30am: A student reported the theft of his bicycle from a light pole on the corner of 11th Avenue and Thomas Road. The bike had been secured with a cable type lock. The student valued the bike at $150.00.
1 February; 4:15pm: An employee reported that he had been stung by a bee near the cafeteria. The employee was transported to Concentra for medical treatment.
1 February; 2:30pm: An employee reported that she injured a knee while exiting the elevator in the library. An Industrial Injury report was filled out.
2 February; 9:40am: A campus police officer responded to a non-injury vehicle accident on the upper level of the parking garage. The parties involved exchanged insurance information.
2 February; 11:20am: A campus police officer responded to a non-injury vehicle accident in the west parking lot. The parties involved exchanged insurance information.
NOTE: Faculty members are encouraged to share the safety updates with their students.
End of update.