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					           SBCCD Police Beat
                                                                                    November 4, 2011     Volume 1, Issue 31
       Campus Alerts

SBVC – Beware of the
   construction.                       SAFETY TIPS FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS!
    CHC – Beware of the
       construction.                 “Date Rape” – An unfortunate statistic is that 90 per cent of rapes occur
                                      between people who already knew each other and that approximately
                                      half of rapes happen on dates. The Journal of Studies on Alcohol re-
                                      ports that more than 70,000 students between the ages of 18 and 24
    See following pages               have been victims of alcohol-related sexual assault. An illegal drug in
       for additional                 the U.S. is Rohypnol, the “date rape drug” that can be slipped into a
          incidents                   drink. It causes drowsiness, loss of coordination, dizziness and memory
                                      loss. Never take drinks from other people, and don’t leave your drink
                                      unattended! Don’t take the chance. Be sure when you go out to tell
IMPORTANT INFOMATION
                                      someone you trust the name of your date, destination, and planned time
     In case of emergency call       of return. Take your cell phone and money for a cab just in case.
      SBVC(909)384-4491 /            Stay with a group. – You are responsible for your own safety. Get ac-
      CHC (909)389-3275               quainted with people you trust and feel comfortable with. If something
                                      doesn’t seem quite right with a new date, remove yourself from the
     Non-emergency police            situation. Usually your instincts tell you that you are taking a chance.
      department phone num-          Avoid excessive alcohol. You can have a good time without drinking so
      ber SBVC (909)384-              much that it alters your personality. You will like yourself tomorrow
      8667/ CHC (909)389-             much better if you don’t overdo it the night before.
                                     Take a self-defense class. – Chances are you will have to take a gym class,
                                      so ask if there are self-defense classes. It could be the smartest thing
 Found Property                       you ever do. Think about carrying self-defense devices such as pepper
The Police Department                 sprays, tasers (if legal), or personal alarms. Know how to use these
is the centralized loca-              types of devices and be committed to using them should a dangerous
tion for all found prop-              situation occur. Through preparation and awareness you will enjoy in-
erty. Please turn in any              creased “peace of mind” and confidence knowing you are protected.
found items so they can              Be aware of internet predators. - Practice computer safety, either at home
be returned to the right-             or away at college. Never give out your personal information to some-
ful owner. You can                    one online that you don’t know, and be cautious about what you say to
also call to have found               a stranger.
items picked up. If you
                                     Use the “buddy system” anytime you can. – Whether crossing campus,
have lost something
feel free to stop by the              shopping in a mall, going out to eat, or going to a bar, don’t go alone, if
police department and                 possible. There is power in numbers, so make that your policy.
check if your lost item              Never go to an ATM at night, or alone.
has been turned in.                  Pay attention to everything around you. – A fun idea is to give yourself and
                                      a friend a test walk past someone to see how well you could describe
                                      them if something happened. It may surprise you how much you don’t
                                      remember, or the different way you and your friend describe them.
                                     Make copies of important papers.- Your credit cards, health ID cards,
                                      etc., should be stored in a safe place. Leave a copy at home.
                                     Last but not least on our list, don’t drink and drive or text and drive!




                       For daily incidents reports and other crime information go the Police Web site:
                                                   http://sbccd.org/police
                                             CHC
FRIDAY                                              Date: 10/28/11


No incidents to report.


SATURDAY                                            Date: 10/29/11


No incidents to report.


SUNDAY                                              Date: 10/30/11


No incidents to report.

MONDAY                                              Date: 10/31/11


No incidents to report.


TUESDAY                                             Date: 11/1/11


No incident to report.


WEDNESDAY                                           Date: 11/2/11


No incidents to report.


THURSDAY                                            Date: 11/3/11


An officer responded to a vehicle vandalism while being parked in Lot #4. A report was taken.




    Annual Security Report available at http://craftonhills.edu/asr2011
                                   EDCT
FRIDAY                                 Date: 10/28/11

No incidents to report.

SATURDAY                               Date: 10/29/11

No incidents to report.

SUNDAY                                 Date: 10/30/11

No incidents to report.

MONDAY                                 Date: 10/31/11

No incidents to report.

TUESDAY                                Date: 11/1/11

No incidents to report.

WEDNESDAY                              Date: 11/2/11

No incidents to report.

THURSDAY                               Date: 11/3/11

No incidents to report.




          Annual Security Report available at http://sbccd.org/asr2011
                                                    SBVC
FRIDAY                                                         Date: 10/28/11


No incidents to report.


SATURDAY                                                       Date: 10/29/11


An officer responded to a subject riding a bicycle on campus. Subject was advised.

An officer responded to the Greek Theater reference a physical altercation between 2 males. 1 subject was arrested.

An officer responded to Parking Lot #7 reference a vehicle burglary. A report was taken.

An officer responded to Parking Lot #4 reference a vehicle burglary. A report was taken.


SUNDAY                                                         Date: 10/30/11


No incidents to report.
MONDAY                                                         Date: 10/31/11


An officer responded to the Track reference a vehicle vandalism. A report was taken.


TUESDAY                                                        Date: 11/1/11


An officer responded to a theft from the Technical Building. A report was taken.

An officer responded to a missing person. Subject was found to be at home.


WEDNESDAY                                                      Date: 11/2/11


An officer responded to the Swap Meet Parking Lot reference a vehicle burglary. A report was taken.

An officer responded to the Cafeteria reference an altercation between 2 males. 1 Subject was arrested.

An officer responded to an area near the Technical Building reference a suspicious male approaching female. Subject was
advised.

An officer responded to the Soccer Field reference a verbal altercation. A search was done but unable to locate.

An officer responded to a vehicle burglary which occurred on K Street. A report was taken.


THURSDAY                                                       Date: 11/3/11


An officer responded to an emergency phone hang-up in the Business Building. Unfounded.

An officer responded to an emergency phone hang-up in the Liberal Arts Building. Area checked clear.

An officer responded to an emergency phone hang-up in the Technical Building. Area checked clear.




   Annual Security Report available at http://valleycollege.edu/asr2011

				
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