Statement from President & Vice Chancellor
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We are proud to be a partner in this years Fall 2014 Exam Stress Busters. Come see us at "Coffee with a Cop" on December 4th from 3:00pm-4:00pm in room 384 at the Library.
On November 2nd, 2014, Guelph Police started an investigation into a complaint of a male who was peeping into a residence late at night in the area of Caledonia Street. Through investigation, it was learned that the accused had engaged in this activity beginning in July, 2014.
A 27 year old Guelph male has been charged with two counts of voyeurism and two counts of trespass by night. The investigation is ongoing.
On Friday November 21, 2014, the Guelph Police and GWEMS were called to the University of Guelph where it was reported that a male university student had been stabbed. The Investigative Services Unit took over this investigation and it has been determined that this was a targeted robbery and at no time were there any concerns for student safety or public safety. The suspect was not a university of Guelph student, and it was learned that he has recently moved to the Guelph area, from Mississauga.
The University of Guelph will gauge employment equity among campus members through a Diversity Matters Census Nov. 10-19.
The census will help determine representation of four designated groups within the U of G workforce — Aboriginal Peoples, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities (racialized people) and women – under the University’s employment equity program, says Jane Ngobia, assistant vice-president (diversity and human rights). The census will also include sexual orientation and gender identity to be consistent with Stats Canada.
The Guelph Police went to a disturbance call on October 31, 2014 (Devil’s Night) at approx. 5:00 a.m. Guelph Police are now investigating this complaint as a sexual assault.
The incident occurred in the area of Scottsdale Drive, between College Avenue West and Stone Road.
At this time Police are seeking the public’s assistance if they have any information, observed or heard anything between 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. on October 31st, 2014. Contact Constable Josh Fraser at 519-824-1212 Ext. 7228.
Join the University community for the annual Remembrance Day Service. Everyone is welcome to attend. The Service is at 10:30am at War Memorial Hall