Duty Calls

September 10


At approximately 11:54 a.m., campus security received a call from Calgary Police Service (CPS) reporting that they were on-site to follow up on a previous theft at the Stan Grad Bookstore. CPS had caught the individual responsible for the theft. To prevent further incidents at SAIT, CPS brought the subject back to SAIT, so he could be trespassed by security. At approximately 12:03 p.m., security issued a trespass for three (3) years to the subject.

September 11

Calls for service

At approximately 4:29 p.m., campus security received a telephone call from a residence staff member requesting assistance with an unwanted guest in the Begin Tower Residence. At approximately 4:42 p.m., security was onsite and met with the staff member. The staff member reported that a resident had originally agreed to allow a friend stay in their room but then changed their mind and wanted the friend to leave. At approximately 4:46 p.m., security and the staff member knocked on the door and informed the friend that they were not allowed to stay in the room. At 4:59 p.m., security escorted the friend from the residence.

September 12


At approximately 10:06 p.m., security received a call from a residence staff member in the Begin Tower Residence reporting that a SAIT student had been threatened by an unknown male individual in the P1 parking lot. The student reported at approximately 10 p.m., she and three of her friends were approached by a male individual after they parked her vehicle in P1. The subject male became verbally aggressive and demanded the vehicle’s keys before reaching into his pocket. The student and her three friends fled P1. At approximately 10:33 p.m., security checked P1 for the subject, but could not find anyone matching the description. Security also checked the student’s vehicle for signs of damage and none were found.

September 14


At approximately 10:40 a.m., a SAIT student attended the campus security office to report that his locker in the basement of the Senator Burns building had been broken into. The student reported that he had locked his backpack inside his locker at approximately 7:45 a.m., and when he returned at approximately 5:05 p.m., his lock and backpack was missing. His backpack contained his personal laptop.

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