Security and Campus Safety
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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 May 5 , 2002 and May 18, 2002.

Murder
0
Sex Offenses, forcible or non-forcible
0
Robbery
0
Aggravated Assault
0
Assault
0
Burglary
1
Motor Vehicle Theft
0
Manslaughter
0
Arson
1
Hate Crimes & Incidents
0
Theft
3
Bicycle Theft
1
Theft from Motor Vehicle
0
Criminal Mischief
5
Criminal Mischief to Motor Vehicle
2
Criminal Tresspass Warnings
1
Anonymous Sexual Assaults
0

 

Arrests

or persons referred for campus disciplinary action for:

Liqour-Laws/Policy Violations
3
Drug-Related Violations
0
Weapons Possession
0

Just so you know...

The remaining statistics reflect some of the services that Security and Campus Safety has provided between May 5, 2002 and May 18, 2002.

Escorts
300
Lockouts
138
Propped Doors
39
Safewalks
13
Saferides
397
EMS Calls
4
Fire Alarms
4
Animal Complaints
1
Neighborhood Complaints
8

Liquor Laws/Policy Violations

5-09-02 - A keg of beer and a tap were confiscated from a non-blue slipped event at Parker Hall.

5-13-02 - A student at Hayes House was referred to the Dean of Students Office for violation of the hard alcohol policy.

5-17-02 - A keg of beer and a tap were confiscated from the fourth floor of Village Three. The student who claimed ownership for the non-blue slipped keg was referred to the Dean of Students Office.


Arson

5-08-02 - Security responded to the front of Village One for students burning items. No one was in the area when Security arrived, but a pile of lumber, which appeared to be a disassembled loft, was on fire. Security was able to extinguish fire. The Lewiston Fire Department was also called to the scene. The dorm will be responsible for any charges resulting from this incident.


Burglary

5-05-02 - A 19 inch colored Panasonic Television was stolen from a common area of a suite at Village Three. The television was valued at $225.00. The Lewiston Police Department was notified.


Theft

5-07-02 - A laptop computer was stolen from Skelton Lounge at Chase Hall. The Dell Latitude P-3 was valued at $2,200.00. The Lewiston Police Department was notified.

5-14-02 - A bag that contained softball equipment for Intramurals was taken from the Page Hall Field. The bag contained two bats and two balls valued at about $40.00. The Lewiston Police Department was notified.

5-15-02 - The vending machine on the first floor at Parker Hall was found open. Products and paper currency were missing from the machine. There was no sign of forced entry, and no students were in the area. There is no value at this time from the vending company for the products and money missing. The Lewiston Police Department was notified.


Bicycle Theft

5-15-02 - A student reported the theft of his locked red eighteen-speed Peugot mountain bike from the porch at Hayes House. The bike was valued at $75.00. The Lewiston Police Department was notified.


Criminal Mischief

5-07-02 - A sock was found covering a smoke detector in Smith Hall. Three students were fined $75.00 for tampering with Life Safety Equipment.

5-09-02 - A staff member reported criminal mischief done during the noon hour at Chase Hall. A window near Concierge was smeared with avocado dip, the mirror in the women's restroom was smeared with paint, and the stalls in the women's room were smeared with a washable solution. A custodian was able to wash all of the areas. There was no permanent damage done.

5-15-02 - A water fire extinguisher was dispelled on the first floor of Small House. The house will be charged the $2.00 refill fee along with the $75.00 Life Safety Fine.

5-17-02 - A window in the piano lounge at Rand Hall was broken by a student. The estimated cost of damage is $352.68. This will be charged to the student.

5-17-02 - The front door to Page Hall had a panel of glass broken. A rock was found inside the doorway. No one was in the area. The cost to replace the window is $189.62.


Criminal Mischief to a Motor Vehicle

5-05-02 - A student's vehicle parked on the corner of Oak and Frye Streets had its left rear side window broken. No foreign objects were found at the scene, and nothing was taken from the vehicle. Damages were estimated at $400.00. The Lewiston Police Department was notified.

5-13-02 - A student reported that while his vehicle was parked on College Street by Page Hall a tire was slashed. The cost to replace the tire was $90.00. The Lewiston Police Department was notified.

5-18-02 - A visitor reported that the left front tire to his vehicle was slashed while it was parked on College Street near the Chapel. The cost to replace the tire was $100.00. The Lewiston Police Department was notified.


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:

Sherri Brooks
Security & Campus Safety
245 College St.
Lewiston, ME 04240


sbrooks@bates.edu


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