Most parking lots in central campus will be affected during the first game played by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in Alumni Stadium Thursday, June 20. This will be the only home game played on a regular workday.
During the year we utilize safety bulletins to educate our community on incidents or personal safety happenings on campus. Whether it is to let you know of an increased amount of thefts in a certain area, asking for the public's assistance during an investigation or a friendly safety reminder, safety bulletins are created and circulated through our website and social media programming. If you are a community member, make it a habit to check here frequently to see if there has been a safety bulletin issued in the areas you frequent while on campus.
The S.P.A.C.E (Safety Prevention Awareness Courtesy Education) program was launched in 2008 by members of our bicycle unit to educate cyclists who ride in vehicular traffic and to promote bicycle safety. The program is conducted much like a RIDE program for vehicles.
Our annual report for 2011-2012 is now available.
Recently there have been thefts including laptops, wallets and student cards from the McLaughlin Library. The thefts occurred when students left their valuables unattended at their study carrels. Please keep your valuables with you at all times.
If you see anyone acting suspicious, contact Campus Police or Library staff immediately.
On Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at 12:00 p.m, three males were standing outside an office on the second floor, MacKinnon Extension. When the staff member returned to their office, they found that money had been stolen from a wallet.
All three suspects are described as males, Middle Eastern decent, 178 cm (5'10”) approximately 24 years, short hair and neatly trimmed beards carrying backpacks.
Were you in the AC this morning around 11:00am-12:30pm and can help our investigation?
The University of Guelph Police are investigating a theft of this jacket Canada Goose Kensington Parka size ‘large’ from the Athletic Centre women’s changeroom on Monday April 1, 2013. The theft occurred sometime between 11:00am-12:15pm
If you own a laptop or other piece of important technology, you have legitimate concerns about security. STOP’s only mission is the protection of your property through a combination of theft prevention, asset management and equipment recovery.
The STOP (Security Tracking of Office Property) program has been successfully implemented at hundreds of Universities across Canada and the United States and is a strong deterrent for potential thieves.
Funeral of Guelph Police Constable Jennifer Kovach
Please be advised that P14, P15, P6 and portions of P13 will be cordoned off for much of the day tomorrow to provide parking support for out of town emergency service vehicles.
Expect delays on Gordon Street through campus from 0945-1000hrs as the procession makes its way from the funeral home to downtown.
Below is the link to the official City of Guelph statement and details regarding the funeral of Guelph Police Officer Constable Jennifer Kovach, who was killed on duty on Thursday March 14, 2013.