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February 13, 2003
  Cuts to Campus SecurityPDF files may take a moment to load

Like many departments of the University of Calgary, Campus Security likely faces cutbacks in the next budget, due out this spring. In order to keep the expanding campus space and increasing numbers of people on campus safe, Campus Security is looking for ways to be more efficient.

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January 30, 2003
  "Average" thefts on campusPDF files may take a moment to load

What do 53 mountain bikes, 38 backpacks and a couple of signs have in common? Last year, they were only a few of the 392 items stolen on campus.

During 2002, theft on campus stayed "roughly average," according to Campus Security Assistant Manager Ken Kress.

"There have been some incidents, but nothing out of the ordinary," he said.

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January 30, 2003
  Is Safewalk safe?PDF files may take a moment to load

There's a ray of light on the horizon for Safewalk, amid the dark and ominous budget cuts. In spite of a possible 100 per cent funding cut from the University of Calgary, administration promises to find a way to keep Safewalk operating.

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January 23, 2003
  Concert ViolencePDF files may take a moment to load

Once again, it seems that the actions of off-campus individuals ruin events for students. In December, the Students' Union hosted a Snoop Doggy Dogg concert in the MacEwan Hall. As a result of the evening's actions, the SU has decided to no longer invite any gangster-rap entertainers to the campus.

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January 23, 2003
  Unsolved theft detailsPDF files may take a moment to load

In response to criticism from Students' Union Vice-President Robbie White last week regarding the SU Copy Centre safe heist, Campus Security Manager Lanny Fritz explained the difficulty in providing a constant presence with limited personnel.

"This is a large community. There are 29,000 doors on campus, so it is impossible to check every door or back room," said Fritz. "We rely on what we observe from foot patrols, closed-circuit cameras, but neither were trained on that area."

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January 16, 2003
  Copy Centre safe stolenPDF files may take a moment to load

What would you do with $1,400 worth of nickels and dimes locked in a safe?

According to Students' Union Vice-President Operations and Finance Robbie White, one or more unknown individuals relieved the Copy Centre of such an item as it sat closed on Sat., Jan. 11.

"It wasn't a hold-up or anything," said White on Tuesday. "They drilled through the back wall and stole the safe."

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January 16, 2003
  Campus crimePDF files may take a moment to load

Once again, it seems that the actions of off-campus individuals ruin events for students. In December, the Students' Union hosted a Snoop Doggy Dogg concert in the MacEwan Hall. As a result of the evening's actions, the SU has decided to no longer invite any gangster-rap entertainers to the campus.

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January 16, 2003
  Campus crimePDF files may take a moment to load

Various fights occurred on campus in November, but fortunately, no major injuries. They included: someone being pushed through a glass plane in the library; a glass bottle smashed over a student's head near MacEwan Student Centre; and threats issued to provoke a fight. Campus Security Manager Lanny Fritz described this incident as "a result of one student who decided to take revenge on the other student, because this student had dealings with his brother the year before."

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December 05, 2002
  Non-Academic Misconduct on the risePDF files may take a moment to load

In 2001-2002, there were 12 instances of Non-Academic Misconduct resulting in probation--triple that of the previous year. The General Faculties Council's ad hoc Review Committee for Non-Academic Misconduct reported that the highest rates of misconduct were in the Graduate Studies and Communication and Culture faculties with three each.

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December 05, 2002
  Sexual assault witnesses soughtPDF files may take a moment to load

Last week, Campus Security issued a security alert on a sexual assault that occurred on Nov. 5, 2002. However, it seemed to have caused some concern on campus.

"We apologize if we have caused some confusion with the last security alert," said Campus Security Manager Lanny Fritz.

The intention was to gain the attention of witnesses of the incident.

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