Campus Incidents Archive
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The Saskatoon Police Service has arrested a 22-year-old male in connection with a sexual assault that occurred on the University of Saskatchewan campus yesterday afternoon.
At approximately 1:00 p.m. on May 23, 2012, the 26-year-old female victim was on campus when she was approached by a male. He convinced her to attend a nearby parking lot off of Seminary Crescent. When they arrived, the suspect sexually assaulted the female before fleeing on foot. The victim was not physically injured during the assault.
As a result of media coverage and the public's help, Police received information that led to the arrest of a male from the Battlefords area who now faces charges of one count of sexual assault and one count of uttering threats to cause harm and death. He will be seen by the Justice of the Peace tonight and is expected to make a court appearance on Monday.
The Saskatoon Police wish to thank the public and the media for their assistance in finding the suspect.
Campus Safety responded to 112 calls for service this weekend, issued ten citations for alcohol and traffic offences, and made two arrests for alcohol and criminal code related offences.
Officers also maintained regular patrols through various buildings on campus reporting 84 individual walks throughout the day and night.
University of Saskatchewan Students, Faculty and Staff:
Further to my Feb. 17 email, I want to provide you with an update regarding the report of a sexual assault against a female occurring in McEown Park student residence on the university's Saskatoon campus in early January 2012. On March 1, 2012, a male University of Saskatchewan student was arrested by Campus Safety and Saskatoon Police Services, and was charged with sexual assault in relation to this incident. This student has been removed from campus residences and his access to the campus has been restricted.
Since the matter is now before the courts, and because of the provisions of The Local Authority Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, I'm not able to provide you any further details about this particular case. However, if you have any other questions or concerns, please contact my office at email@example.com.
David Hannah, Associate Vice-President Student Affairs
Just after 11pm on November 23rd, two U of S Peace Officers pulled a female subject from the railing of the University Bridge, moments before she intended to jump into the South Saskatchewan River.
Campus Safety was alerted by the Saskatoon Police Service who received a 911 that a female had gone missing from Royal University Hospital. Campus Safety responded to the area immediately and was able to track her to the bridge, where she was found straddling the edge of the railing, her attention focused on a passerby.
Officers could see she was unaware of their presence, and grasped onto her when she was in reach, which enabled them to bring her down to the walkway to safety.
The subject confirmed with Campus Safety that her intention was to jump off the bridge, and officers suggested she seek medical attention. She agreed, and was transported back to Royal University Hospital for treatment.
Officers responded to a physical confrontation at the PAC Building on Tuesday, June 21st 2011, between 10:00pm and 11:00pm. During the time of the incident, hostilities extended from inside the building, out into the parking lot.
Campus Safety is looking for assistance from any individuals who may have been in or around the area at the time of this incident who can provide more details of the events surrounding this incident.
If you have any information with regard to this, or other incidents on campus, please call 966-5555 or come in person to 72 Campus Drive.
Campus Safety is looking for your help in identifying an individual suspected of stealing money from laundry machines from the Souris Hall campus residence.
Arrest made in relation to recent thefts in the Library.
Please help Campus Safety Identify these individuals involved in a recent theft from on campus residence.
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Campus safety is pleased to report that arrests were made in relation to parking meter money theft and mischief/damage which occurred on university property throughout the months of August and September, 2009.
Officers dealt with 22 AGRA Offences (Alcohol Gaming Regulations Act) which resulted in 13 SOTI's (Summary Offence Tickets) being issued.
Several parking meters were damaged in mid and late August.
On June 24, 2009, between the hours of 1:00AM and 10:00AM, unknown person(s) broke into 6 Vehicles in U Lot at the University of Saskatchewan.
On Saturday May 9th 2009, an unknown person did commit Mischief by forcibly smashed an outside window of room 159 Athabasca Hall on Campus.
A 17 year old Saskatoon youth has been charged following a number of incidents of damage to property.
Mischief in P Lot..
Wallet stolen from Library..
On January 22, 2009 between 6:30pm and 7:30pm there was a large string of Thefts from the rutherford rink dressing room. Wallets, cell phones, cash, cards and Identification were stolen out of pants and jacket pockets..
Campus Safety wants to remind you to keep all your belongings locked up when leaving a dressing room or change room on campus.
Campus Safety is also asking you if you know any information regarding these Thefts please contact us at 966-5555 or email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org
On February 14th 2009 between the hours of 12:00pm and 1:00pm, an unknown person broke into a vehicle that was parked in lot 9 at the University of Saskatchewan.
On February 8th 2009 at Approx 3:00am in Room 204 in Qu’Appelle Hall a pipe which was anchored above the urinals had been pulled away from the wall.
This caused the urinals to keep running, which was making it overflow onto the floor. The water on the floor was leaking into the room below which is Qu'Appelle Hall Room 105. The water damaged a few of the ceiling tiles in room 105 Qu'Appelle Hall.
If you know of any information regarding this incident please call 966-5555 or email us @ email@example.com
Please help us identify a person suspected of stealing personal items from the locker rooms of the Physical Activities Centre: View Photos.
Campus Safety keeps detailed statistics of calls for service which are publicly available through our website.
In the past 30 days there has been 12 incidents were people on Campus have been caught driving over the legal limit of alcohol consuption!
There have been two MVA's in the past two weeks which involved Cyclists...
On several occasions, gate arms controlling the exits to the pay lots have been damaged. This is done by persons manually lifting them or driving through them for the purpose of leaving the lot without paying.
All gate arms are alarmed and every event is recorded.
Any person(s) involved in such activity may be subject to a Criminal Code charge of Mischief under $5000, restitution for damages and a fine of up to $100.
Over the past weekend there were four seperate Thefts reported to Campus Safety.
On June 11th at approximately 1:00 am the Crepe Factory in Place Riel was broken into..
What is Graffiti? Graffiti is the name for images or lettering scratched, scrawled, painted or marked in any manner on property.
Over the weekend of March 8th 2008 there were numerous vending machines damaged in Arts and Physics Building on Campus.
There were three Motor Vehicle Accident's reported Monday on Campus...
There was a Fire Alarm in Biology on Monday due to a dryer oven sending the research plants that were inside the oven into a smoldering state, then fire...
Over the past few weeks there have been reports of “Hit & Runs” in parking lots across campus. We understand it is icy and crowded in the parking lots but it is very important to identify yourself if you have accidentally hit a vehicle!
Sometime between the evening of November 14th and the morning of November 15th, garbage, coffee and other items were strewn around room 130 of the Law Building...
A number of vehicles were broken into during the daylight hours of November 2nd, 2007.
Following is a message from the president of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine Wild and Exotic Animal Society:
$500 Stolen from Local Wildlife Charity
On Monday April 9th, 2007 at approximately 2:30pm, $500 was stolen from WEAMS, the Wild and Exotic Animal Medicine Society, a non-profit charity at the University of Saskatchewan's Western College of Veterinary
Medicine. WEAMS had just held a fundraising BBQ and during clean up a small gray metal cash box with a tiny horse sticker and a key with red elastic was left out of sight on a chair for approximately two minutes. During this time the cash box was taken and no one witnessed the crime.
WEAMS is a veterinary student run organization dedicated to the care of sick and injured wildlife species that are brought to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital by the public. Our volunteers not only work
extremely hard to rehabilitate and release our wild patients but also raise money for their care. WEAMS students were in the process of raising that money through both a BBQ and raffle when the cash box and the money contained within it were stolen.
If you have any information in regards to this incident
2006-2007 WEAMS president
229-1746 or firstname.lastname@example.org
End of Announcement
Anyone with information regarding this theft can also contact the Department of Campus Safety at 966-555 or the Campus Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 966-TIPS (8477)
Referring File # 2007-05582
On 24 January 2007 at approximately 1136H, Department of Campus Safety Special Constables attended the Physical Activity Complex to assist an injured male.
Winter storm prompts decision to close University of Saskatchewan
Sometime between 1715H and 1745H on 03 January 2007, a lap top computer was stolen from a study carrel located on the third floor of the Main Library.
On 03 January 2007 at approximately 1330H, Department of Campus Safety Special Constables attended the Spinks Building to assist an ill female.
The Department of Campus Safety is investigating a Break, Enter and Theft over $5000.00 which was perpetrated at the Department of Media and Technology sometime between 24 December and 29 December 2006.
At 9:40 PM on November 26 Campus Safety, Saskatoon Fire and Protective Services and MD Ambulance attended a medical call at the McEown Park Residences.
Campus Safety is investigating an incident of willful damage that occurred in a public washroom in the Arts Building.
In a continuing effort to combat drinking and driving on the University of Saskatchewan's roadways Campus Safety increased enforcement for Vanier Cup weekend.
Campus Safety is investigating an assault that occurred in the student residences in Saskatchewan Hall.
Campus Safety and the Saskatoon Police Service are investigating a motor vehicle accident in which one party failed to remain at the scene.
Campus Safety is investigating the attempted theft of a data projector from the Archaeology Building.
Campus Safety is investigating the theft of a laptop from the 2nd floor of Arts Building.
Campus Safety is investigating the forcible entry and theft of product from a vending machine in the Engineering Building.
Campus Safety were called at 1:30pm on November 12 to investigate a suspicious person in the Law Library.
Campus Safety was called to to Louis' at 12:15am on November 4 to assist bar staff with two males involved in a physical altercation.
Campus Safety and Saskatoon Police are investigating the theft of a data projector from the Agriculture Building.
Campus Safety and Saskatoon Police are investigating the theft of a data projector from the Commerce Building.
Campus Safety and Saskatoon Police are investigating the theft of a data projector from the Arts Building.
Campus Safety and the Saskatoon Police Service are investigating the theft of two laptops and one data projector from a classroom in Ellis Hall.
Campus Safety and Saskatoon Police are investigating the forcible entry and theft from a vehicle parked in Y Lot.
Special Constables were dispatched to assist MD Ambulance on September 26 at approximately 7:45 AM to Wollaston Hall after a 23 year old female complained of abdominal pains.
Campus Safety is investigating the theft of a Mountain bike from the north west bicycle racks located near Main Library.
Saskatoon Police arrested three youths on several charges after a break and enter to St. Andrew's College on September 24, 2006.
Campus Safety and Saskatoon Police were called to the Main Entrance of Place Riel to separate two males involved in a physical altercation.
Two individuals were arrested by Campus Safety for Intoxication in a Public Place in two separate incidents on September 11.
Campus Safety is investigating the theft of a textbook from a 2nd floor computer lab in the Engineering Building.
Campus Safety is investigating the theft of a MP3 player and personal effects from outside of the Arts Building near Campus Drive.
Campus Safety is investigating the theft of a purse from the 2nd floor of the Thorvaldson Building.
Campus Safety and Saskatoon Police are investigating after an unknown male intentionally damaged University of Saskatchewan property.
At 6:30 PM Special Constables were contacted to assist an intoxicated male found unconscious in The Bowl.
Campus Safety and Saskatoon Police are investigating the theft of computers from an office located in Kirk Hall.
Campus Safety and Saskatoon Police are investigating the theft of computers from three offices located in the Arts Building.
Campus Safety and Saskatoon Police arrested one male at 10:00 PM in the entrance to Seager Wheeler Residence at McEown Park.
Campus Safety and Saskatoon Police are investigating a break and enter to a vehicle while parked on Downey Road in Innovation Place.
Special Constables were dispatched at approximately 12:00 PM to the Western College of Veterinary Medicine after a 31 year old female complained of chest pains.
Special Constables were dispatched at approximately 3:00 PM to the Peterson Building after a 33 year old male complained of chest pains.
Special Constables located two intoxicated males around 4:00 AM near the entrance to Seager Wheeler Residence.
Campus Safety and Saskatoon Police are investigating the theft of computer parts from a workstation located in the Arts Building.
Campus Safety is investigating the theft of a Mountain bike from the bicycle racks located near the East Entrance to the Health Science Building.