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Voyeurism in the McLaughlin Library

On November 12, 2013, at 9:20 p.m., Campus Community Police received a call from a male wishing to report an incident that had just occurred in the men's washroom at the McLaughlin Library. It is alleged that the complainant was in a washroom stall and noticed that someone was in the stall next to him. He then realized that this person was watching him with a mirror as he used the washroom.

With the assistance of the complainant, the responsible male was quickly arrested by Campus Police. The male was found in possession of the mirror used to view the victim. 

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Fire in Maritime Hall, South Residence Monday, September 23

Campus Community Police responded to a fire alarm in Maritime Hall, South Residence, on Monday, Sept. 23 at 11:20 p.m. It was determined that the fire that caused the alarm had been intentionally set.

Campus Community Police has labelled this incident a serious offence, and it will be investigated jointly by Campus Police and the Guelph Fire Department.

 

If you have any information regarding the above bulletin
please contact the Campus Community Police at
824-4120 ext.52245
519-840-5000
or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS

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Purpose of Safety Bulletins

During the year we utilize safety bulletins to educate our community on incidents or personal safety happenings on campus.  Whether it is to let you know of an increased amount of thefts in a certain area, asking for the public's assistance during an investigation or a friendly safety reminder, safety bulletins are created and circulated through our website and social media programming.  If you are a community member, make it a habit to check here frequently to see if there has been a safety bulletin issued in the areas you frequent while on campus.

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Recent thefts in the McLaughlin Library

Recently there have been thefts including laptops, wallets and student cards from the McLaughlin Library.  The thefts occurred when students left their valuables unattended at their study carrels.  Please keep your valuables with you at all times. 

If you see anyone acting suspicious, contact Campus Police or Library staff immediately.

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Theft from MacKinnon Extension Tuesday, April 2

On Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at 12:00 p.m, three males were standing outside an office on the second floor, MacKinnon Extension.  When the staff member returned to their office, they found that money had been stolen from a wallet. 

All three suspects are described as males, Middle Eastern decent, 178 cm (5'10”) approximately 24 years, short hair and neatly trimmed beards carrying backpacks.

 

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Theft of Canada Goose Jacket

Were you in the AC this morning around 11:00am-12:30pm and can help our investigation?

The University of Guelph Police are investigating a theft of this jacket Canada Goose Kensington Parka size ‘large’ from the Athletic Centre women’s changeroom on Monday April 1, 2013. The theft occurred sometime between 11:00am-12:15pm

 

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Pedestrian struck by vehicle Monday March 11

On Monday March 11, 2013, at approximately 4:13pm, Guelph Police responded to a pedestrian being struck by a vehicle at Gordon St and South Ring Road. 

The pedestrian was treated at the scene by GWEMS and suffered minor injuries.
 
The driver of the vehicle was charged for failing to yield to a pedestrian, contrary to the Highway Traffic Act. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact Cst Matt Jotham, 519-824-1212, ext 7434.

 

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UPDATE - Voyeurism Investigation

Request for Assistance


The Guelph Police with the University of Guelph Campus Police are looking for information in an on going Voyeurism investigation involving photos of women taken at the University of Guelph between summer 2011 and September 2012. The following pictures are captures of individual female clothing and backpacks/handbags. We believe that these individuals may have information that would help with the investigation. 

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Motor Vehicle accident March 4, 2013

On March 4, 2013 at 3:50 p.m., Guelph police attended to an accident on Gordon Street near College Avenue. A 22 year old male pedestrian was reportedly walking in the bicycle lane of Gordon Street. The pedestrian began to cross Gordon Street in front of an oncoming southbound car. The driver tried unsuccessfully to avoid the pedestrian. The pedestrian was taken to Guelph General Hospital before being sent to a Hamilton Hospital for medical treatment. The driver was not injured.