Campus Security

Publication YearIssue Date 
  Campus Security
November 21, 2002
  Major thefts on campusPDF files may take a moment to load

Campus Security's crime report for October had at least one alarming figure. Thefts totalled over $70,000! However, the majority of this is from three stolen vehicles. The first incident occurred on Oct. 7 in Lot 12, followed by a second on Oct. 11 in Lot 11, and finally on Oct. 15 in Lot 1. The value of the vehicles stolen were $23,000, $20,000 and $16,000, respectively. Nevertheless, Campus Security Manager Lanny Fritz considers three stolen vehicles a significant number.


October 24, 2002
  Campus assaultPDF files may take a moment to load

Campus Security has issued an alert about a report of an assault on a female student last week.

Both of the assailants are described by the alert as dark-skinned males; one was described as being approximately six feet tall, 160 pounds with dark curly hair and dark clothes.


October 17, 2002
  September crime on CampusPDF files may take a moment to load

September was a very eventful month for Campus Security, who responded to numerous eventful calls. A particularly troublesome spot was the Den, where a number of attacks occurred. Around 10:30 p.m. on Sept. 27, a Den staff member was attacked by an off-campus person with a beer bottle. This attack was unprovoked, and came as a surprise as the staff member is considered to have an easy personality. He received 16 stitches. The attacker was charged with assault with a weapon, and banned from campus.


September 26, 2002
  Sexual AssaultPDF files may take a moment to load

In a recent study regarding sexual assault on Canadian university and college campuses, more than one in six women reported having been victims of rape or attempted rape within the past year.

One in six


September 19, 2002
  Crime statisticsPDF files may take a moment to load

Campus Security received media interest in August after an Ontario University Association statement that some universities are not completely honest about reporting all crimes. The University of Calgary voluntarily reports all crimes accurately on their website. This led to the participation of Campus Security in A-Channel News interviews, as well as a radio interview from Windsor, Ont.


September 12, 2002
  Harassment warningPDF files may take a moment to load

Three harassment cases were reported in the Health Sciences Complex in August. In each case, the description of the individual fit the same person. Campus Security issued an alert last week in an attempt to prevent further cases.


August 08, 2002
  Harassment on campusPDF files may take a moment to load

There was an unusually high number of on-campus harassment incidents in the month of July. Many occurred in Residence, and two dealt with sexual assault. The first victim was a female student who received medical attention but did not report the incident to the police. Calgary Police Service is currently investigating the second woman's case but the disposition is unknown.

"The two sexual assaults are two separate unrelated incidents that just happened in Residence," said Campus Security Assistant Manager Ken Kress.


July 18, 2002
  Student criminals?PDF files may take a moment to load

After much anticipation and preparation on campus, the Group of Six Billion and the G8 summits ran without a hitch late June.

"We had been planning for G6B for several months," said Campus Security Manager Lanny Fritz. "Additional shifts were added, with static guard positions in high risk areas on campus."



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