Public Safety Update/Summary of Incidents/March 4 – March 10, 2013
Feb 28; 2:00 pm: Public Safety was contacted by a student reporting the theft of his automobile which had been parked on the upper level of the parking garage. The vehicle had been left locked at 11 am and was determined to be missing at about 1:45 pm. CCTV was reviewed with negative results. The phoenix Police responded and documented the incident and entered the information into the national database.
Feb 28; 5:00 pm: Public Safety was contacted by a student regarding ongoing harassment during the past month by an ex-boyfriend who is also a student. The incident was documented and referred for administrative review/action.
March 5; 12:50 pm: Public Safety was contacted by a student advising that unknown subject/s removed her prescription medication from the center console of her unlocked vehicle while parked it was parked in the west lot. No further information is available at this time.
March 5; 2:30 pm: Public Safety was advised by a student that a tail light to her vehicle had been broken out. The vehicle had been parked in the north lot. No further information is available.
March 8; 2:15 pm: Public Safety was contacted by a student advising the tail gate to his pickup truck had been removed while it was parked in the west lot. CCTV was checked with negative results.
No medical incidents were reported during this period.
One non-injury hit and run motor vehicle accident was reported during this period. CCTV was reviewed with negative results.
Information: Public Safety has received numerous complaints regarding vehicles parking on the curve (not in a designated parking space) in the Administration lot. First time violators receive a warning. Further violations result in citations. Please contact Public Safety if you have questions.
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.
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Doug Sparks, Commander