Public Safety Update/Summary of Incidents/Sept 3 – Sept 9, 2012
Sept. 13; 12:25 pm: Public Safety Officers took a late reported stolen vehicle from a
student. The vehicle was stolen from the north parking lot the evening prior. The victim
had contacted the Phoenix Police after the incident.
Sept. 14; 12:15 pm: Public Safety staff was contacted regarding harassment in the
Student Union. The incident was forwarded for administrative action.
Sept. 18; 12:25 pm: Public Safety staff was contacted reference a stolen bike. The bike
had been locked to a handrail at the “E” building. The bike and cable were not located
and the incident was not captured on CCTV.
Sept. 18; 1:55 pm: Public Safety staff was contacted regarding a burglary from a vehicle
parked in the Observation Lot. Entry was gained by breaking a window and personal
property was removed. No further information at this time.
Sept. 20; 9:45 am: Public Safety was advised that a small hole was found in a window of
Osborn 206. The hole appears to have been caused by a projectile such as a BB or pellet
during the previous 25 hour period. No further information is available at this time.
Sept. 20; 11:50 am: Public Safety was contacted regarding the welfare of a distressed
student. The student was calmed down and referred to the counseling department.
Sept. 20; 7:45 pm: The Safety Office has received complaints regarding smoking near
the “B” building. During routine patrol Safety staff observed a student smoking in the
area. Contact was made with the student who indicated he was aware of the policy and
walked away. He was contacted a second time while still smoking. The incident was
forwarded for administrative action.
Three medical incidents were reported to Safety this week. None required medical
Two non-injury Motor vehicle accidents were reported during this 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. 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.
NOTE: Faculty members are encouraged to share the safety updates with their students.
End of update.