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

Protective Services Briefs – week of March 15/18

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Break and enter:
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Protective Services was notified of a suspicious individual in the Engineering Building on Feb. 20 who was “creeping out” the caller. Officers were dispatched, and they located the individual near the Hardy Lab. It is suspected that this individual may have gained entry to the Hardy Lab. The individual, known to Protective Services, fled on foot and was not apprehended.

This individual may have been seen in the building again on Feb. 24. Protective Services encourages everyone to report suspicious activity to them and contact Safewalk at 306-966-SAFE if they would like assistance travelling between locations on campus.

Intoxicated driving: Security at the Royal University:
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Hospital contacted Protective Services on Feb. 24 to report a suspected intoxicated driver near the hospital. Upon their arrival, the vehicle was parked with the keys in the ignition and the door open. Officers confiscated the keys from the car and provided them to RUH security, who ensured the safety of the vehicle.

*Briefs provided by Protective Services.

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