Monday, August 6, 2012

Public Safety Update 7-30-12 through 8-5-12

Public Safety Update/Summary of Incidents/July 30 – Aug 5, 2012
July 26; 12:00 pm: A report was made to Public Safety from Scottsdale CC regarding a
fraud of financial aide at SCC and possibly PC. Research was conducted by officers and
the application was completed on line and appears at this time not to have any physical
link here. The phoenix Police Dept. was contacted by the victim and SCC.
Other Activities
Two medical reports were reported during this period. One incident required medical
No motor vehicle accidents were reported during this past week.
Breatheeasy: A reminder that the District policy on tobacco products on campus
is in effect now. Please visit the District website for information. The Public Safety
Department appreciates your cooperation regarding this new policy.
Safety: Safety on our PC Campus is all of our concern and responsibility as involved
community partners. If you see activity that appears suspicious and/or destructive, call
Public Safety to report it: give the location, type of activity and descriptions of those
involved if possible. The Safety Office phone is staffed 24/7. The number is 602-285-
Property Safety: A reminder to all regarding personal property awareness.
People want to be trusting, but unfortunately the “good old days” of leaving your
home unlocked and property unsecured is not safe. Most property crimes are
crimes of opportunity. Please be watchful of your property. Leaving it lay in a
public/semi-public area is providing the opportunity for a would- be thief to take
your property. Yes, even if you “only left it for a couple minutes” while you go to
the restroom. Everyone is usually busy going about their business and may not be
paying attention to your “stuff”. You should not rely on others around you to keep
track of your items unless you know them and specifically ask them to watch it
for you. Just remember your best opportunity to keeping your property is you.
NOTE: Faculty members are encouraged to share the safety updates with their students.
End of update.

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