Community Safety

Division of Student Life

Community Safety Blotter & Activity 

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March 7, 2022 - March 13, 2022

Weekly Activity:

Alarm checks: 8
Animal issue responses: 0
AOD interactions: 2
Building patrols: 166
Candle/incense violation interactions: 0
Community assistance responses: 0
Escorts: 1
Fire responses: 0
Foot patrols: 441
Held door checks: 2
Maintenance issue responses: 0
Medical assistance responses: 1
Noise complaint responses: 0
Suspicious circumstance responses: 5
Theft reports taken: 0
Unlocks: 67
Vehicle patrols: 241
Vehicle assistance responses: 4
Welfare check responses: 0


Weekly Reports:


Case #: 220086
Date: 2022 03 07
Time: 0016
Description: Information Only
Location: GCC

Notes: A CSO on patrol in the GCC encountered graffiti that targeted a Reed community member. As the graffiti had been written on a removable surface, the CSO documented the graffiti then disposed of it.


Case #: 220087
Date: 2022 03 07
Time: 0325
Description: Graffiti
Location: Warehouse

Notes: A CSO on patrol encountered new graffiti on the old warehouse door near the theater annex. Building services has been contacted for clean up.


Case #: 220088
Date: 2022 03 07
Time: 2242
Description: Information Only
Location: MacNaughton

Notes: A CSO responded to a report of the odor of cannabis in MacNaughton. Upon arriving on the second floor, where the odor was reported to have been encountered, the CSO did encounter a faint odor of cannabis. The CSO was unable to determine the source of the odor. 


Case #: 220089 - VOID


Case #: 220090
Date: 2022 03 12
Time: 1122
Description: Sex Offense - Fondling
Location: Campus

Notes: A student reported an incident of unwanted sexual contact that had occurred on campus. This report has been forwarded to the Title IX Coordinator for follow up.


Case #: 220091
Date: 2022 03 13
Time: 0803
Description: Information Only
Location: Student Center

Notes: A CSO on patrol of the Student Center observed that the southeast exterior door was unlocked. The CSO conducted a thorough patrol of the building’s interior and did not find anything suspicious. The CSO did note the lingering odor of tobacco smoke. The CSO secured the door and continued on their patrol.


Case #: 220092
Date: 2022 03 11
Time: 1546
Description: Damage to Property
Location: Front Lawn

Notes: CSOs responded to a large gathering of students on the front lawn. The CSOs observed that there were two Doyle Owl scrums taking place on the front lawn and multiple vehicles had been driven onto the lawn. Multiple areas of lawn were damaged from tires and from students vying for possession of the owls. 


CS Survey Responses:

Every week Community Safety requests survey responses from those who've had interactions with a member of the Community Safety team. These responses are always collected anonymously with the option for the responder to leave contact information if they would like for a member of Community Safety management to contact them, and are used internally for departmental performance tracking. Community Safety has opted to publish these survey results for transparency and community accountability. *Names mentioned in survey responses will be redacted to protect the privacy of individuals.

In addition to surveys sent directly to those who have interacted with Community Safety, the Reed community is always encouraged to independently complete the survey regarding Community Safety's performance.
You can take the survey here: CS Survey  

Responses collected 03 14 2022

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Vehicle Assist Surpassed expectations It was great! All my items (phone, keys, swipe card, walled) were locked into my car with the automatic locking system and I didn't really know what to do. I asked some people exiting the building if they could call campus security for me and have a CSO sent my way. The CSO arrived within minutes and were very helpful in assessing the situation and figuring out solutions. My AAA card was locked in my car, so that was not a resource for me. The CSO tried to get the door open using the "old fashioned" method, but my car ended up being too secure and wouldn't budge. I eventually asked to use their phone and call my parents who were able to sort out the situation. They let me into the PAB to wait and made sure I was all good before heading out. They also let me know of ways to get ahold of them (i.e. the emergency phone on the side of PAB) in case I needed to contact them again. They were very helpful and I was very appreciative!
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Unlock Surpassed expectations The safety officer arrived quickly, and helped me with what I needed. Much appreciated!
Other Complaints or Comments (please specify) reporting that a student is potentially in danger Met expectations At first, my complaint was not taken seriously. I was told to report again if something happened in the future. At that time, what I had reported had already happened many times. I had to record a loud argument in order for it to be treated seriously. That the report is characterized as a "noise complaint" is misleading—I do not care about noise. I care about the safety of my fellow students. That the report is based on something I heard is not the same as it being a noise complaint.
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