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(December 2, 1999, Gazette)

This monthly report is compiled from information made available by the Campus Enforcement and Patrol unit. CEP is located in the Services Building on Memorial’s St. John’s campus, telephone 737-8561. At Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, the security office is Room AS-280, Arts and Science Building, telephone 637-6310. At the Marine Institute, Ridge Road, telephone 778-0456 to reach the security office.

The figures given below are based on the number of reports made to CEP during September and October 1999. Incidents reported do not necessarily result in criminal charges being laid; this depends on the outcome of an investigation.

Type of incident


 Physical assault


 Sexual assault




 Fire alarms




 Theft/attempted theft




 Public order offence




 Break and Entry



September 1999
• None of the fire alarms in September involved fire.
• There were four larceny/theft offences during July. A VCR was stolen from the Science Building on Sept. 7; a barbecue was stolen from Cabot Court Sept. 22; between Sept. 24-28, antibody agents went missing from the pathology lab of the Health Science Centre; and on Sept. 29, a wallet was stolen from a bookbag left unattended in the QE II Library.
• An assault occurred Sept. 18. A man grabbed a woman by the arm whole she was walking past the Science Building. She pushed him away and left the area. CEP investigated the incident but no perpetrator was found.
• On Sept. 10, a window was kicked out in the TSC. On Sept. 25, CEP responded to a fight in the TSC.

October 1999
• None of the fire alarms involved fire.
• There were 11 thefts in October. On Oct. 10, a possible theft of a computer from the QE II Library was reported; on Oct. 13, food was stolen from the Medical School Lounge; on Oct. 13, money was reported missing from the Dept. of Medical Records, HSC; on Oct. 15, a bike was stolen from Burton’s Pond apartments; on Oct. 16, wheels were stolen from a bike parked outside the TSC; on Oct. 21, a bookbag was stolen from the Phys Ed Building; on Oct. 25, a microphone was stolen from the Education Building and on Oct. 30, a CD player, CDs and a wallet were stolen from a reading room in the Health Sciences Centre.
• On Oct. 11, a door was forced open in the TSC. Nothing was reported missing.
• On Oct. 2, a woman complained about being pushed by a man outside the TSC. No charges were laid.
• On Oct. 22, a man was arrested and charged after a window in the Skywalk over Prince Phillip Parkway was smashed.