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Duty Calls

Oct. 31
Theft (Private Property)

At 8:14 a.m., a wellness centre staff member reported to security that a theft had occurred in the men’s locker room. A SAIT student stated that he had locked his belongings in a locker at 7:00 a.m., and upon returning at 7:45, he found that his lock had been removed and subsequently replaced with a padlock. Upon removing the padlock, the student stated that money had been taken from his wallet. The student said that his locker had been broken into in the same fashion earlier in the month: his money stolen and a padlock replacing his own lock. Both break-ins occurred during the same time in the morning. A report was filed with security and the student was advised to file a report with Calgary Police Service (CPS).

Nov. 1
Drugs/Medical

At midnight following Halloween, a security supervisor and patrol officer were in the East Hall lobby when a residence staff member asked that they investigate possible drug use in one of the rooms. The supervisor and officer went to the room and found a SAIT student/East Hall resident taking care of a guest, who was rolling around on the floor and unable to control himself. After attempting to seat the individual on the couch, the individual fell back to the floor, and it was decided that Emergency Medical Services (EMS) should be contacted. At 12:31 a.m., EMS was on site and assessed the guest’s condition. The guest was able to speak at this point and said that he had taken “molly” (MDMA) earlier that evening. EMS immedi- ately moved the guest to an ambulance and at 12:50 a.m., was off site with the guest en route to a medical facility.

Nov. 3
Calls for Service/ Intoxication

At 5:45 p.m., a patrol officer observed an intoxicated male individual near the west entrance of the Cenovus Energy Centre. The subject, who was unable to communicate or produce identification, couldn’t communicate whether he was a SAIT student or where he lived. Security contacted Downtown Outreach Addictions Partnership (DOAP), and at 6:26 p.m., DOAP was on site and removed the individual from SAIT campus.

All incidents are provided courtsey of Paladin Security’s daily log book

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