Community Policing Archive
Campus Safety was out in full force on Monday evening as the Edward’s School of Business held its annual “LB5Q”, the largest student-run party in all of Canada. Peace officers issued just one suspension for driving with a blood alcohol content over 0.05, and another for a novice-level driver operating a vehicle after consuming alcohol of any amount, with most students choosing other options for getting home from campus after the party. Forty-three tickets under the Alcohol and Gaming Regulations Act (AGRA) and three traffic offences rounded out the night.
Although the Edwards School of Business Students’ Society (ESBS) holds the actual barbecue away from the university, Campus Safety works closely with the ESBS to ensure the safety of those involved during the before and after portions of the event.
n 1955, the Los Angeles Police Department held a contest to find the best motto to describe the duties of their officers. To protect and to serve, submitted by Officer Joseph Dorobek, was the winner. Today, 57 years later, those words still ring true for many policing, security and safety professionals.
For Bob Ferguson, director of Campus Safety, to protect and to serve leaves out the most important factor in modern day community policing – to prevent.
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Campus Safety will be setup in the Arts Building outside room 146 giving out all sorts of great free loot! Come visit us!
We will be handing out goodies in the Main Library today from 11:00am until 3:00pm. Come visit us, learn a little bit about our services, and walk away with lots of stuff!
Come visit Campus Safety in the link between Agriculture and Engineering. We'll be handing out free stuff, and promoting our programs to the U of S community between 10am and 2pm, February 2nd.
Please join us!
We ask that faculty, staff and students of the Edwards School of Business participate in the Crime Perception Survey for their building, currently available at: https://survey.usask.ca/survey.php?sid=25099
This survey will help Campus Safety evaluate areas in ESB that are perceived as unsafe and make recommendations on how to increase safety in the building.
Campus Safety will be sending a Christmas package over to our troops in Kandahar. We have a soldier there who is willing to play Santa for us. Because of weight restrictions we are looking at sending the following types of items: Tim Cards, Beef Jerky, DVD's, Potato Chips/Chili Dorito's etc. If you would like to participate with us, please send items to our office at 72 Campus Drive by DECEMBER 7, 2009, to ensure we make the mailing deadline.
Did you know that Campus Safety does not enforce the parking regulations at the university?
If you recognize anyone in these photographs, please contact the Department of Campus Safety at 966-5555 or Campus Crime Stoppers at 966-TIPS
Summer is here and we want everyone to know so is our Bike Patrol. On Each operational team there are a minimum of two officers dedicated to the bike patrol unit. These Officers are outfitted in highly visible specialized biking equipment. The Bike patrol runs day and night, so please if you have any questions or concerns wave down a bike patrol officer and they will be glad to help you!
Remember now with all the bikes out, there is a rising theft concern so please call 966-5555 if you see any suspicious behavior.
Campus Safety is here to help you recover your lost items through our Lost & Found.
If you see suspicious behaviour please call Campus Safety @ 966-5555
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Tell someone what you know… Call Campus Watch @ 966-4506 we want here from you!
Well the Holiday Season is here and the last thing I’m sure anyone wants for Christmas is a speeding ticket! The speeds on Campus over the last month of have been increasing tremendously even as the road conditions get worse...
Department of Campus Safety records indicate that since 11 January 2007, S/Csts have been called to investigate 17 motor vehicle accidents on campus.