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August 06, 2014
  Campus Security changes email alert languagePDF files may take a moment to load

Campus Security has added a statement to security alerts to emphasize that victims of sexual assault are not responsible for the actions of their attackers.
The statement begins with “a victim of a crime is not responsible for a perpetrator’s actions.”

Consent Awareness and Sexual Education club (CASE) president Emily Leedham said past security alerts implied the responsibility to prevent assaults lay with the individual.

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March 19, 2009
  Campus assailant sentenced to four yearsPDF files may take a moment to load

The man who beat and sexually assaulted a woman at the University of Calgary in November 2007 was recently sentenced to more than four years in prison. However, he will be back on Calgary streets in only two years.

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January 22, 2009
  Kicking rocks and offensive hygienePDF files may take a moment to load

Of the things to be learned in December's campus security report, perhaps the most useful is that fleeing the scene of a crime is never easy . . . especially when you are driving a bus.

Unfortunately for one Calgary Transit employee, this was a lesson that had to be learned the hard way. The bus in question entered parking lot 12 and attempted to turn around, in the process knocking down a traffic sign.

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November 27, 2008
  Eating the evidence doesn't workPDF files may take a moment to load

Two of three notable heists on campus were foiled, an off-campus visitor encountered unforeseen difficulties and a drunken concert-goer became irate when he was bit by another individual in a what has been a strange couple of months for Campus Security.

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August 07, 2008
  Security shenanigansPDF files may take a moment to load

Campus Security dealt with lost children, a city bylaw sticker hoax, students attempting to climb a crane, break dancers gone wild and a moose during what should be the quietest part of their year. Even with many students gone for the summer, the University of Calgary is still full with conference guests and children attending day camps.

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June 15, 2006
  Drunks are stupid: campus security reportPDF files may take a moment to load

"Bad boys, bad boys, whatcha gonna do?"

While the Campus Security Report for the month of May resembles the dullest episode of To Serve and Protect more closely than Cops Uncensored, troublemakers around campus still did strange and wacky things in May, especially after consuming large amounts of alcohol.

Perhaps the best example of liquor overload gone wrong was a concert-goer at the Disturbed metal concert Thu., May 25.

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June 17, 2004
  Campus security report: drugs and ducklingsPDF files may take a moment to load

A vicious pitbull was found tied to some bushes near the library. The owner was located, and found to be about as agreeable as his canine companion. Both the man and his dog were banned from campus.

"Dogs that are on campus have to be walked on a leash," said Campus Security Manager Lanny Fritz.

He also noted that dogs tied up outside, in particular threatening dogs often garner complaints.

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April 15, 2004
  March debaucheryPDF files may take a moment to load

The combination of alcohol and loud music forced one man to part ways with his punk.

During the Frostbite Festival on Mar. 9, a young man who had had his share of the hooch found his way on stage and began dancing with the band. He then "stage dived" into the crowd, expecting to be caught. He was not, however, met by an eager audience. Instead, the sea of punk rockers parted and the man was introduced to the floor.

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March 25, 2004
  Short month proves eventful for Campus SecurityPDF files may take a moment to load

February may be the shortest month, but Campus Security still had plenty of incidents to deal with.

Officers assisted Den staff in removing a student caught stealing beer from the Black Lounge. The young man was not concerned with the beer from the storage room, taking a more direct approach.

"He was helping himself," said Campus Security Manager Lanny Fritz.

The man, who wandered into the Black Lounge at the end of the evening, was caught filling his glass with draft beer from the tap.

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