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The College maintains ongoing crime and fire logs that are available for inspection in the Office of Campus Security. Information from these logs is published and posted throughout campus during the year, to ensure easy access by members of the College community.

Listed below is information from the most recent issue of the Elmhurst College Crime Watch publication. The purpose of the Crime Watch is to keep College community members informed so they can better safeguard themselves and their belongings.

2017

January 3 SUSPICIOUS PERSON…A member of Facilities Management reported finding a person sleeping in the vestibule of the library. Campus Security made contact and the offender left campus without incident.

January 4 ODOR INVESTIGATION…Campus Security responded to a report of the smell of marijuana in Elm Park Apartments. Campus Security is investigating.

January 4 ODOR INVESTIGATION…Campus Security responded to a report of the smell of marijuana in Schick Hall. The offender was identified and referred to the campus judicial process.

January 11 BURGLARY…Campus Security received a report that several electronic devices were taken from an Elm Park Apartment. Campus Security and the Elmhurst Police Department are investigating.

January 12 SUSPICIOUS PERSON…Campus Security responded to a report of 4 males wandering around Lehmann Hall in offices where they didn’t belong. Campus Security identified the offenders and the situation was resolved.

Campus Security responded to:
* 2 activated fire alarms (no actual fires);
* 1 motor vehicle accident (no injuries reported);
* 3 medical emergencies; 0 requiring ambulance transport.

January 17 HARASSMENT…Campus Security received a report that a non-student was being harassed by phone by resident student. Follow-up revealed that the non-student complainant was actually the one initiating the harassment of the student after the non-student was dismissed from her non-campus employment. The situation was resolved.

January 18 THEFT…Campus Security received a report that a resident student reported the theft of his cellphone in the Frick Center Founder's Lounge. Campus Security is investigating.

January 23 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY…Campus Security received a report of damage to a lawn by a campus house. The offenders were identified and referred to the campus judicial process.

January 28 ALCOHOL POLICY VIOLATION…Campus Security responded to a report of alcohol in Cureton Hall. The offenders were identified and referred to the campus judicial process.

January 28 MISCHIEVOUS CONDUCT…Campus Security responded to a report of a male student outside Stanger Hall unearthing a vertical banner flag and plastic support pole. The offender was identified and referred to the campus judicial process. The flag was returned to its rightful location.

January 29 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY…Campus Security received a report of damage to the toilet paper dispenser in a bathroom in Stanger Hall. Campus Security is investigating.

Campus Security responded to:
* 3 activated fire alarms (no actual fires);
* 1 motor vehicle accidents (no injuries reported);
* 4 medical emergencies; 2 requiring ambulance transport.

February 2 DISTURBANCE…Campus Security received a report of a student causing a disturbance in Goebel Hall. The student was identified and the situation was resolved.

February 10 HARASSMENT…Campus Security received a report that a student was being harassed by two other students. The students were identified and the situation as resolved.

February 13 THEFT…Campus Security received a report of two missing stop signs on campus. Campus Security is investigating.

Campus Security responded to:
* 4 activated fire alarms (no actual fires);
* 1 motor vehicle accidents (no injuries reported);
* 3 medical emergencies; 1 requiring ambulance transport.

February 17 SUSPICIOUS PERSON…Campus Security received a report of a suspicious person in the bushes near the Science Center. The person was gone when Campus Security arrived. Campus Security is investigating.

February 20 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY…Campus Security received a report of a broken ceiling tile in Stanger Hall. Campus Security is investigating.

February 21 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY…Campus Security received a report that a student broke the safety glass in a door in the Science Center. The offender was referred to the campus judicial process.

February 21 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY…Campus Security received a report that a student broken several pieces of college owned furniture in his room in Schick Hall. The offender was referred to the campus judicial process.

February 24 THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE…Campus Security received a report that a flag was broken off the back of a vehicle parked in the Dinkmeyer Hall parking lot. Campus Security is investigating.

February 25 DISTURBANCE…Campus Security received a report that a non-student was causing a disturbance in Niebuhr Hall. The offender was gone when Campus Security arrived. Campus Security is investigating.
February 26 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY… Campus Security received a report that an unknown male broke two windows in a college owned house. Campus Security is investigating.

Campus Security responded to:
* 2 activated fire alarms (no actual fires);
* 1 motor vehicle accidents (no injuries reported);
* 3 medical emergencies; 1 requiring ambulance transport.

March 1 HARASSMENT…Campus Security received a report that a student was being verbally harassment by another student. The offender was identified and referred to the campus judicial process.

March 7 SUSPICIOUS PERSON…Campus Security received a report of a suspicious person in Goebel Hall who then went to Niebuhr Hall. Campus Security responded, and the subject was then removed from the campus by the Elmhurst Police Department.

March 8 CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY…Campus Security received a report that 2 windows were broken at a college residence. Campus Security is investigating.

March 14 ODOR INVESTIGATION…Campus Security received a report of the smell of marijuana in Prospect Apartments. Campus Security responded and the offender was identified and referred to the campus judicial process.

March 15 DATING VIOLENCE…Campus Security and the Elmhurst Police Department responded to a report of a disturbance in Schick Hall during which the offender left marks on the victim. The offender was identified and arrested by the Elmhurst Police Department, and referred to the campus judicial process.

Campus Security responded to:
* 5 medical emergencies; 2 requiring ambulance transport.

March 16 THEFT…A resident student reported a personal check was stolen from his room in Dinkmeyer Hall. Campus Security and the Elmhurst Police Department investigated. The offender was identified, referred to the campus judicial process and is being sought by the Elmhurst Police Department.

March 16 DRUG LAW VIOLATION…Campus Security received information regarding illegal drug use in a room in Dinkmeyer Hall. Campus Security investigated, the offender was identified and referred to the campus judicial process.

March 16 BURGLARY… A resident student reported that 2 gaming consoles and several games were stolen from a room in Schick Hall. Campus Security and the Elmhurst Police Department investigated. The offender was identified, referred to the campus judicial process and is being sought by the Elmhurst Police Department.

March 17 THEFT…A resident student reported a fraudulent check was deposited into his checking account and then money removed, resulting in a loss of funds. Campus Security and the Elmhurst Police Department are investigating.

March 17 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY…A resident student reported that their campus house may have been entered while the residents were away. The doors were secure with no signs of forced entry and no items were missing.

March 28 HARASSMENT…A resident student reported that she had told her non-student boyfriend that she did not want to go out with him any longer. The ex-boyfriend then began to harass the student. The offender was identified and the situation was resolved.

March 29 SEX OFFENSE-FORCE… A student reported being the victim of sexual intercourse without consent by an acquaintance in Dinkmeyer Hall. The Title IX Coordinator is investigating.

March 29 POLICY VIOLATION…Campus Security received a report that a commuter student was living in a room in Schick Hall and was in possession of keys and access card issued to a residential student. The offenders were referred to the campus judicial process.

Campus Security responded to:
* 2 activated fire alarms (no actual fires);
* 1 motor vehicle accident (no injuries reported);
* 1 medical emergency; 1 requiring ambulance transport.

April 3 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL…A Biology staff member reported breaking a container filled with a chemical in a lab in the Science Center. It was cleaned up without incident.

April 4 THREATENING E-MAIL…A student sent an e-mail to Campus Security threatening physical confrontation following issuance of a parking ticket. The student was referred to the conduct process.

April 6 DRUG LAW VIOLATION…Campus Security responded to a report of the smell of marijuana in Schick Hall. The offenders were identified and referred to the campus judicial process.

April 11 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY…Campus Security responded to a report of a broken window in Goebel Hall. Campus Security is investigating.

April 12 THEFT…Campus Security received a report that a student signed for the wrong package in the mailroom and had yet to return the package. The offender was contacted and the package was returned.

April 12 SEX OFFENSE - FORCIBLE…Campus Security received a delayed report of non-consensual sexual contact between two students which occurred in Niebuhr Hall. The Title IX Coordinator is investigating.
April 12 THEFT…Campus Security received a report that money was taken from an unlocked locker in Goebel Hall. Campus Security is investigating.

April 13 THEFT…Campus Security received a report that money was taken from an unlocked locker in Goebel Hall. Campus Security is investigating.

April 14 SUSPICIOUS PERSON…Campus Security made contact with two subjects on campus attempting to enter closed buildings. Offenders left without incident.

April 14 DRUG LAW VIOLATION…Campus Security responded to a report of a party in Dinkmeyer Hall. Drug paraphernalia was located in a room. The offender was referred to the campus judicial process.

Campus Security responded to:
* 2 activated fire alarms (no actual fires);
* 2 motor vehicle accidents (no injuries reported);
* 2 medical emergencies; 1 requiring ambulance transport.

April 16 SEX OFFENSE-FORCE…A student reported being the victim of sexual intercourse without consent by an acquaintance in Dinkmeyer Hall. The Elmhurst Police Department and the Title IX Coordinator are investigating.  

April 17 SUSPICIOUS PERSON… A staff member reported receiving a phone call from a former student who has mental illness. Campus Security is investigating.  

April 18 ODOR INVESTIGATION…Campus Security received a report of the smell of marijuana in Schick Hall.  The offender was identified and referred to the campus judicial process.   

April 19 COMPLAINT…Campus Security received a report of several students being rude and inconsiderate in the Science Center.  The offenders were identified and the matter was resolved.  

April 21 HARASSMENT-THREAT…Campus Security received a report that a student was being threatened and harassed by a non-student.  The victim is going to file a report with the local police department.  

April 22 CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY…Campus Security received a report that poster boards had been removed from a wall in Niebuhr Hall. Campus Security investigated, the offenders were identified and referred to the campus judicial process.  

April 25 BIAS MOTIVATED INCIDENT…Campus Security received a report of racially motivated messages on Yik-Yak. The messages were not directed at any particular person.  Campus Security is investigating.  

April 25 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY…Campus Security received a report of a broken window in Goebel Hall.  Campus Security is investigating.  

April 27 DRUG LAW VIOLATION…Campus Security received a report of the smell of marijuana in Schick Hall.  The offender was identified and referred to the campus judicial process.  

April 28 THEFT…Campus Security received a report of an unlocked bicycle that was stolen outside Stanger Hall. Campus Security and the Elmhurst Police Department are investigating.

Campus Security responded to:
•    1 medical emergency; 0 requiring ambulance transport.
 
May 1-15, 2017

May 2        THEFT…Campus Security received a report of a stolen hula hoop from Irion Hall. Campus Security is investigating.  

May 8        DISTURBANCE…Campus Security responded to a report of a disagreement between roommates in Schick Hall.  The individuals were assigned separate living quarters for the evening pending the campus judicial process.  

May 8        DRUG LAW VIOLATION…Campus Security responded to a report of the smell of marijuana in Schick Hall.  The offenders were identified and referred to the campus judicial process.  

May 9        HARASSMENT…Campus Security received a report that a student was being harassed by another student.  Both parties were spoken to by Campus Security Officers and the situation was resolved.  

Campus Security responded to:
•    3 motor vehicle accidents (no injuries reported);   
•    6 medical emergencies; 2 requiring ambulance transport.


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