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September 11, 2003
  Safewalk safePDF files may take a moment to load

After budget cuts at Campus Security, an office relocation, and a few rumours Safewalk was disappearing, the volunteer-based organization is still up and running 24 hours a day. The University of Calgary was unsure about the fate of Safewalk following budget cuts, however both the SU and Campus Security want to let students know Safewalk is recruiting new members and is not in danger of shut- ting down or changing at all.

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August 14, 2003
  All quiet on the university frontPDF files may take a moment to load

It's summer time again, which means the number of students on campus has drastically decreased.

"It was a quiet month, which is typical of July and August, and no students for the most part. It has been very quiet with Mini-University and summer camps," said Campus Security Assistant Manager Ken Kress.

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July 24, 2003
  Make way for the ducklingsPDF files may take a moment to load

Early June was interesting for Campus Security with intruders, thefts and a family of ducks.

Staff members and students were shocked to see what they believed to be an assault in progress in the afternoon. A University of Calgary alumnus walked into a private business in MacEwan Student Centre, and proceeded to make threats using inappropriate language.

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June 12, 2003
  Thefts on the rise.PDF files may take a moment to load

After a busy month in April, May was relatively quiet for Campus Security with only a few major incidents. In one case, Parking Services staff in the Arts Parkade noticed a man stumbling on 24 Ave.

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May 15, 2003
  March and April busy for fuzzPDF files may take a moment to load

In March and April, Campus Security dealt with incidents including trespassers, theft, and alcohol poisoning.

In March, a few transients arrived on campus by LRT. One intoxicated man fell shortly after leaving the C-Train station, resulting in a cut on his forehead. He was provided with first aid and sent to hospital. Another intoxicated man was charged with trespassing after a female staff member complained of being chased out of the Library.

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May 15, 2003
  Lost and not foundPDF files may take a moment to load

Students and others on campus may be disappointed that their lost possessions will no longer be guarded. Because of campus-wide budget downsizing, Campus Security has stopped collecting found items valued at $1,000 or less, according to Campus Security Manager Lanny Fritz.

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March 20, 2003
  Campus Security nabs locker thiefPDF files may take a moment to load

In recent months, several day lockers located in the men's locker room and basement hallway in Kinesiology have been broken into, with all contents removed. The items stolen included sports equipment, cellular phones, CD players and money, and were valued at $13,500.

"After analyzing the circumstances and times of past offenses, officers were able to predict the likelihood of future offenses and focus their time and effort in the general area," said Campus Security Manager Lanny Fritz.

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March 20, 2003
  Explosive FebruaryPDF files may take a moment to load

Firecrackers startled students inside residence in February. On Feb. 1, two "sonic booms" (bottle rockets) where lit in a laundry room in Kananaskis Hall. Fortunately, they were set off inside one of the dryers that did not operate by natural gas. It was subsequently taken out of service until repaired.

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February 14, 2003
  Campus Security busy in JanuaryPDF files may take a moment to load

Staff at Campus Security can now rest easer, after the man who made over 600 harassing phone calls in four years entered into a Peace Bond.

"We have been working with investigating officers from Edmonton and documenting every incident," said Campus Security Manager Lanny Fritz.

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February 14, 2003
  Locker theft endsPDF files may take a moment to load

In recent months, several day lockers located in the men's locker room and basement hallway in Kinesiology have been broken into, with all contents removed. The items stolen included sports equipment, cell phones, CD players and money, and were valued at $13,500.

"After analyzing the circumstances and times of past offenses, officers were able to predict the likelihood of future offenses and focus their time and effort in the general area," said Campus Security Manager Lanny Fritz.

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