Monday, October 29, 2012

Public Safety Update/Summary of Incidents/Oct 22-Oct 28, 2012

Public Safety Update/Summary of Incidents/Oct 22 – Oct 28, 2012
Oct. 22; 11:50 am: Public Safety staff was contacted by a student reporting the theft of a
windshield wiper from her vehicle while parked in the north lot. The CCTV system was
checked with negative results.
Oct. 23; 7:35 pm: Public Safety staff was contacted regarding a disruptive subject in the
library. The student was contacted and calmed down. The incident has been referred for
administrative review/action.
Oct. 25; 4:20 pm: Public Safety was contacted by staff regarding threats made by a
student toward two individuals in the Student Union. The incident has been forwarded for
administrative review/action.
Oct. 28; 4:20 am: Public Safety was contacted regarding 3 to 4 subjects dressed in black
running onto the campus after committing a crime at an adjacent business. The CCTV
system was utilized to find and track the individuals. They committed a criminal damage
and theft of a vending machine near the “B” building and fled. The Phoenix Police were
contacted and arrested 2subjects nearby that were identified by CCTV footage.
Other Activities
One medical incident was reported to Safety this week. The incident did not require
emergency transport.
No motor vehicle accidents were reported 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 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.

No comments:

Post a Comment