The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.

Protective Services Briefs – week of Oct 19/17

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Suspicious phone call: An individual received a suspicious phone call from someone soliciting money by claiming to be a student. The caller soon hung up the phone after receiving some information. Protective Services reminds the public that donations should be given through the university due to security concerns. The University Relations office can be contacted at 1-800-699-1907.

Bat bite: The Royal University Hospital Emergency Department contacted Protective Services to report that an individual had been bitten by a bat while in the Bowl over the weekend of Oct. 7 to 8. The bat was unwell, was laying on the ground and bit the person’s hand when they attempted to move it to safety.

Vagrants on campus: Protective Services located a sleeping person in the Graduate House residence and another sleeping individual in the Arts Building on Oct. 9. One individual — in possession of a stolen laptop taken from campus — was arrested, while the other individual was escorted off campus for trespassing.

Vandalism at residence: Eggs were thrown at the Aspen Hall ground-floor windows twice on Oct. 9. Protective Services is investigating the incident and reviewing the surveillance footage of the vehicle and individuals involved. Protective Services encourages anyone with information to contact them at 306-966-5555.

Coyote on campus: There were three coyote sightings on campus on Oct. 14 and 15, near the Law Building and the Little Stone Schoolhouse. Animal control officers have identified the animal as a non-threat, as it has remained unaggressive.

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