Community Safety

Division of Student Life

Community Safety Blotter & Activity 

(To view other weekly Blotters and CS activity go here.) 



December 20 - December 26, 2021

Weekly Activity:

Alarm checks: 3
Animal issue responses: 0
AOD interactions: 0
Building patrols: 195
Community assistance responses: 0
Escorts: 0
Fire responses: 0
Foot patrols: 372
Held door checks: 6
Maintenance issue responses: 2
Medical assistance responses: 0
Noise complaint responses: 0
Suspicious circumstance responses: 7
Theft reports taken: 0
Unlocks: 30 
Vehicle patrols: 238
Vehicle assistance responses: 1
Welfare check responses: 0


Weekly Reports:


Case #: 210550 - VOID

Case #: 210551 - VOID

Case #: 210552 - VOID


Case #: 210553
Date: 2021 12 25
Time: 1357
Description: Unauthorized Entry
Location: Canyon House

Notes: CSOs on patrol encountered an unknown vehicle parked in the driveway to the Canyon House. The CSOs completed an exterior patrol and as they were about to begin an interior patrol, two unknown individuals exited the building through the front door. When the CSOs asked the individuals their business at that location, one of them stated that they had seen some “bad guys” and wanted to stop them. They stated that the “bad guys” had gone into the canyon. One of the CSOs stated that the individuals were trespassing on private property and the police had already been called. The two individuals quickly entered their vehicle and left the premises. After the individuals had left, the CSOs completed an interior patrol of the building and did not find anything amiss. It appeared that the break-in had just occurred. The CSOs secured the building and continued on their patrols. 


Case #: 210554
Date: 2021 12 25
Time: 2220
Description: Accident/Damage to Property
Location: Greywood

Notes: A CSO on patrol near Greywood was notified of a car crash that had taken place nearby. The CSO arrived at the scene of the accident just off of SE Woodstock Blvd, on the Reed campus grounds near Greywood. A vehicle had careened off of the street, past the sidewalk, and had hit a redwood tree on campus. There was already a crowd of bystanders gathered when the CSO arrived, and the CSO was notified that 911 had already been called. The 911 Dispatcher had provided instructions that the driver of the vehicle not be removed from the vehicle. The CSO remained on the scene until American Medical Response arrived and successfully extracted the driver from the vehicle. The CSO was able to learn from Portland Police that the driver was not affiliated with the college.