Campus Safety will be setup in the Arts Building outside room 146 giving out all sorts of great free loot! Come visit us!
University of Saskatchewan students, faculty and staff:
In early January 2012, the University of Saskatchewan’s Department of Campus Safety received a report of a sexual assault against a female occurring in McEown Park student residence on the university’s Saskatoon campus. It was reported that alcohol and other drugs may have been involved in the assault. This incident was first reported to, and is being investigated by, the Saskatoon Police Service. The university is fully co-operating in this investigation.
I urge anyone who feels they may have information related to this incident to contact the Saskatoon Police Service at 975-8300.
I also encourage you to take personal safety precautions, as outlined by Campus Safety: www.usask.ca/campussafety/safety/personal-safety.php and to always take precautionary measures with alcohol and other drugs, as outlined by Campus Safety:www.usask.ca/campussafety/safety/alcohol-and-drugs.php.
David Hannah, Associate Vice-President Student Affairs
For more information, contact:
Saskatoon Police Service at 975-8300
We will be handing out goodies in the Main Library today from 11:00am until 3:00pm. Come visit us, learn a little bit about our services, and walk away with lots of stuff!
The Department of Campus Safety is proud make the 360° Stay Safe at College videos available online to all valid U of S faculty, staff, students and alumni.
The 360° Stay Safe at College videos are an important step toward helping students take more responsibility for their personal safety and security. Please visit the 360° Stay Safe website for more information on the program, and the Campus Safety Website to view the videos and learn more about the other educational and safety programs available.
View the videos now! A valid NSID is required.
The Saskatoon Police Service continues to ask for public assistance in locating Hamza Alsharief.
The 23 year old university student, originally from Saudi Arabia, was last in contact with family on December 14th, 2011. Investigators do not suspect foul play, however family members say it it unusual that he has not had contact with them since that time. Recent information indicates that a jacket, similar to the one commonly worn by Alsharief, was located on the CP train bridge around the time of his disappearance. A passerby thought the jacket was lost and hung it on a tree behind the Education Building at the University of Saskatchewan. The jacket has not been seen since; leaving investigators unable to confirm that it belonged to Alsharief.
Hamza Alsharief is described as 5’8″ in height, with a slim build, short to medium length brown hair, possibly with a “soul patch” below his lower lip.
A photo of Hamza Alsharief wearing the jacket is below.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Hamza Alsharief or the jacket in question is asked to contact the Saskatoon Police Service at 975-8300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
*Click image for a larger version.
Campus Safety will be participating in “Operation 20/20”, joining law enforcement agencies across the province on February 15th and 16th in an effort to discourage drivers from operating their motor vehicles with obscured front, side or rear windows. The fine for driving without a clear view due to exterior or interior obstruction is $125.
Come visit Campus Safety in the link between Agriculture and Engineering. We’ll be handing out free stuff, and promoting our programs to the U of S community between 10am and 2pm, February 2nd.
Please join us!