Public Safety Update/Summary of Incidents/February 27 through March 4, 2012
February 27; 9:00 am: Campus safety staff responded to a minor non-injury motor vehicle accident on the top level of the parking garage. Parties involved exchanged insurance information.
February 28; 11:00 am-6:40pm: A student reported the theft of her stereo faceplate (unknown value) from her unlocked vehicle.
February 28; 3:30 pm: Campus safety staff responded to a student having a seizure at the Fine Arts building. Paramedics responded. The student was not transported to a medical facility.
February 29; 6:50 am: A campus police officer responded to the Nursing building regarding criminal damage. An unknown suspect painted graffiti on the wall.
February 29;12:30 pm: A late report was made to College safety staff regarding an exposure from a contaminated needle during dental clinicals. The incident occurred on February 28th. She will follow up with further medical attention at a later date.
February 29; 1:55 pm: A campus police officer responded to the PS building on a report of a student experiencing dizziness. Paramedics responded and transported the student to Saint Joseph's Hospital for further treatment.
February 29; 9:10 am: Campus safety staff responded to the A building on a report of a bomb threat left on voice mail. The call had been made on February 13 at 6:36 pm. Phoenix Police was called and are conducting a criminal investigation.
February 29; 10:00 am-10:00 pm: A campus police officer was contacted by a student on March 1 to take a criminal damage report on her motor vehicle. The vehicle had the driver's electronic side mirror knocked off the mount on the prior day. The damage was valued at approximately $500.
February 1; 2:40 pm: A campus police officer responded to the south gym on a report that a judo student injured her right ankle and knee. She was transported to Saint Joseph's Hospital for treatment.
March 2; 12:40 pm: A student reported that he tripped and fell while walking through Sophomore Square. The student received minor first aide at the Public Safety Office.
NOTE: Faculty members are encouraged to share the safety updates with their students.
End of update.