Public Safety Update/Summary of Incidents/Aug 27 – Sept 2, 2012
August 27; 3:05 pm: Public Safety was contacted by Fire Science staff regarding a
subject who passes himself off as staff and attempts to sell advertising. When the subject
returns Staff will contact Safety so he can be given a trespass warning.
August 27; 6:05 pm: Public Safety was contacted by a student advising his bicycle had
been stolen in the prior two hours from the bike rack located near the E building. The
security cable securing the bike was not recovered. There is no suspect information or
CCTV footage of evidentiary value.
August 27; 7:45 pm: Public Safety was advised of two thefts from lockers located in the
football locker room. Neither locker nor lock was damaged. CCTV footage was provided
to coaching staff to review for potential suspect information. No further information at
August 29; 8:40 pm: Public Safety was contacted by a student reporting her vehicle had
been stolen from the lower level of the parking garage during the prior 4.5 hours. CCTV
from four cameras was checked with negative results. Phoenix PD was contacted and
entered the information into NCIC (National Crime Information Center). No further
information at this time.
August 29; 9:40 am: Public Safety was contacted regarding the theft of a student’s
cell phone from the weight room the day before. Several students left backpacks in the
unsecured weight room while they were running on the track August 28th. No suspect
information available at this time.
August 31; 11:40 am: Public Safety was contacted by staff regarding the theft of a
Phoenix College lap top computer from a second floor classroom in the B building. The
theft occurred sometime between August 27 and 29. No further information at this time.
Sept. 2; 1:30 pm: Public Safety staff was contacted by coaching staff to report an exterior
vending machine unsecured outside the Gym. No forced entry into the machine was
observed. The vending machine company was contacted and CCTV was reviewed.
Several subjects on camera were observed entering the machine and removing items over
a period of days. The investigation is continuing in an attempt to identify the suspects.
Two medical incidents were reported to Safety this week. Neither incident required
medical transport for follow-up treatment/observation.
One minor non-injury motor vehicle accident was reported to Public Safety during this
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. They may be committing a crime or just need assistance that we can
help with. The Safety Office phone is staffed 24/7. The number is 602-285-7254.