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 5/17

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Sexual assault reported
An incident of sexual assault in the Pine Hall Residence Building occurred on Sept. 29 and was reported to Protective Services on Oct. 1. The incident involved two students who are known to each other.

Protective Services has identified everyone involved and do not believe there is any threat to the campus community in relation to this incident. An email notification on the incident was sent to all students, faculty and staff by Patti McDougall, vice-provost teaching and learning, on Oct. 3.

Arrest of bike thieves:
Protective Services witnessed an attempted theft of a bicycle on the morning of Sept. 16. The two individuals were apprehended and handed over to the Saskatoon Police Service for processing.

Intruder in residence:
Protective Services received a call from a resident of the Charles F. Johnston Residence in St. Andrew’s College after the resident discovered an intruder in their room on Sept. 19. The room had been left unattended and unlocked for approximately 30 minutes. Protective Services reminds all residents to lock their doors at all times.

Trespassing on research land:
Protective Services were notified of a campfire on campus endowment lands on Sept. 20. The individual had set up a campsite for the purpose of squatting on the campus research land for an unknown amount of time. Protective Services officers assisted the individual in extinguishing the campfire and packing up their belongings.

Panhandling and attempted theft:
An individual harassed patrons of the Murray Library on Sept. 29. The individual was posing as deaf and holding a sign soliciting money and then attempted to use the sign as a distraction to steal another individual’s sunglasses. The theft was averted, and the individual was assisted off campus.

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