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Crime Statistics

Statistics in the crime categories below represent criminal activity officially reported to Bates College Security and Campus Safety as defined by the National Incident-Based Reporting System Edition of the Uniform Crime Reporting Program, and as required under the Higher Education Act of 1965 as amended by the Student Right-to-Know and CAMPUS SECURITY ACT (public laws 101-542, 102-26, 102-325, and 103-208). amended 1992 and 1998, renamed the "Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Campus Statistics Act."

The following statistics reflect criminal activity that was reported between October 19, 2003 and November 1, 2003.

Murder
0

Forcible Rape

0

Sex Offenses

0
Robbery
0
Aggravated Assault
0
Assault
0
Burglary
1
Motor Vehicle Theft
0
Manslaughter
0
Arson
1
Hate Crimes
0

Hate Incidents

0
Theft
0
Bicycle Theft
3
Burglary from Motor Vehicle
0
Criminal Mischief
4
Criminal Mischief to Motor Vehicle
1
Criminal Tresspass Warnings
0

Arrests

or persons referred for campus disciplinary action for:

Liqour-Law Violations
5

Liqour-Policy Violations

2

Drug-Related Violations
3
Weapons Possession
1

Just so you know...

The remaining statistics reflect some of the services that Security and Campus Safety has provided between October 19, 2003 and November 1, 2003.

Escorts
44
Lockouts
124
Propped Doors
87
Safewalks
17
Saferides
243
EMS Calls
13
Fire Alarms
4
Animal Complaints
1
Neighborhood Complaints
2

Burglary

10-19-03 - A resident of Rand Hall reported that his laptop was taken from his room over the break. The laptop has a value of $1700.00. The Lewiston Police Department was advised of the incident.


Bicycle Theft

10-26-03 - A student reported that his bike was taken from the Page Hall bike rack on 10/20/03. The black Mad Wagon Beach Cruiser is worth $35.00. The incident was reported to the Lewiston Police Department.

10-26-03 - A student reported that her Schwinn Spitfire was missing from the Frye House bike rack. On 10/28/03, the bicycle was located by Security and Campus Safety and returned to the owner.

10-27-03 - A student reported that his silver Marin Rocky Ridge mountain bike was taken from the front of Underhill. The value of the bike is $800.00. The theft was reported to the Lewiston Police Department.

10-28-03 - Security and Campus Safety located a Diamondback mountain bike that was reported stolen on 9-30-03. The bicycle was returned to the owner.


Arson

11-01-03 - Security and Campus Safety found a small fire burning beside Cheney House. A desk drawer, some papers and a book was set on fire. Using fire extinguishers, the Officers extinguished the fire. The following day, a student admitted setting the small fire.


Narcotics Laws

10-23-03 - Two residents from Rand Hall were referred to the Dean of Students for violation of Narcotics Laws.

10-30-03 - A resident of John Bertram Hall was referred to the Dean of Students for violation of Narcotics Laws.


Liquor Laws/Policy

10-25-03 - A resident of Mitchell House was referred to the Dean of Students for violation of State Liquor Laws.

10-25-03 - An empty keg was located and removed from the stairwell of Wilson House.

10-25-03 - A resident of Wilson House was referred to the Dean of Students for violation of State Liquor Laws.

10-26-03 - Two kegs were located and removed from the basement of Hacker House.

10-31-03 - A resident of Rand Hall was referred to the Dean of Students for violation of State Liquor Laws.

10-31-03 - Two residents of Wilson House were referred to the Dean of Students for violation of State Liquor Laws.


Weapons

10-31-03 - A pellet gun, resembling a nine millimeter pistol was located and confiscated in Wilson House by Security and Campus Safety.


Neighborhood Complaints

10-25-03 - Security and Campus Safety spoke to the host of a blue slipped party at Hacker House after receiving complaints about the noise level of the party. The incident took place at 11:03 p.m.

11-01-03 - Residents of Hacker House were advised to turn down the music after receiving a neighborhood complaint about loud music. The complaint was received at 11:40 p.m.


Note:

If there is additional information that you would like to see in this report or questions that you would like to have answered, please forward your requests or questions via campus mail, U.S. Mail, or e-mail to:

Paul Menice
Security & Campus Safety
245 College St.
Lewiston, ME 04240
pmenice@bates.edu

pmenice@bates.edu


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