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    Campus Crime Alert 2017-05-26

    May 26th, 2017

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    What is this notice? Campus Crime Alerts are released by the University of Oregon Police Department when certain crimes are reported on or near campus property, and in compliance with federal law. These timely warnings provide information about campus safety situations, and allow campus community members to take precautions for personal safety. All crimes should be reported as soon as possible to local law enforcement.

    Please note this message may contain information that some may find upsetting.

    A woman not affiliated with the University of Oregon reported that she was briefly taped to a light post at a UO residence hall around midnight on Friday, May 26, 2017.

    The 19-year old woman said she had left a residence on 11th Avenue just east of Hilyard Street, to walk back to a friend’s room in Barnhart Hall at 1000 Patterson St., when an unknown man approached her and offered to escort her to her destination; she agreed. She described the man as white, about 20 years old, about 6 feet tall, with short brown hair, wearing all black clothing. When the two reached the courtyard in front of Barnhart, she said the man suddenly grabbed her arm, forced her toward the ground, and used tape to wrap her arm against a light post, before he fled. Two resident assistants in Barnhart came out and helped free the woman, and called police.

    The incident is unresolved and an investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information about this or similar incidents should call UOPD at 541-346-2919. Updates regarding this incident, when and if available, will be posted on the UOPD website at police.uoregon.edu.

    SAFETY TIPS FROM UOPD

    No action or inaction by a crime survivor makes that person responsible for his or her victimization. Perpetrators are responsible for crimes and their effects. The following suggestions may help reduce the possibility of experiencing such a crime, or may improve opportunities to receive prompt assistance.

    • It is a crime to intentionally touch someone against his or her will, regardless of the situation.
    • Bystanders should try to be aware of their surroundings, and if there are signs of a person in distress, bystanders should make themselves known and offer assistance if it is safe to do so, and/or seek immediate help from police or security personnel.
    • Every person and situation is different; survivors must decide for themselves what actions or responses are safest in any situation. If someone attempts to grab you, you have the right to yell “NO” loudly, or do whatever is necessary to get the person to let go, and flee to a safe place and seek help. When safe, try to remember as much as possible about the person’s appearance and behavior.
    • Assaults by strangers are far less common than assaults by people known to survivors, but such attacks do happen. Self-defense classes can prepare people to deter or escape an assault, and have benefits for improved awareness and confidence. Credit courses are available from the Physical Education department (http://uocatalog.uoregon.edu/pe_rec/#courseinventory) and from UOPD and SAPP (http://police.uoregon.edu/content/self-defense).
    • Students may use UO Safe Ride (541-346-RIDE ext. 2), call a taxicab, or contact UOPD for an on-campus escort (541-346-2919).
    • For emergencies or if you see a crime being committed, call 9-1-1. To report suspicious, illegal or unusual activity on campus, call UOPD at 541-346-2919.

    RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR SURVIVORS OF CRIME

    • Survivors have a right to report crimes to police and have crimes investigated and/or prosecuted to the fullest extent possible.
    • Call 541-346-SAFE at any time or visit safe.uoregon.edu to learn about options and resources.
    • For students, a range of support services are available through the Office of the Dean of Students, 541-346-3216; uodos@uoregon.edu.
    • For students, personal counseling and other support services are available through the University Counseling and Testing Center, 541-346-3227 (available 24 hours); counseling.uoregon.edu/dnn.
    • For students, medical and sexual assault examination services are available at University Health Center, 541-346-2770; healthcenter.uoregon.edu.
    • For employees, the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, 541-346-3123, and Office of Human Resources, 541-346-3159, can assist in connecting to resources.
    • Other community resources available are Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS), 541-343-7277 (24 hour crisis line) or 541-484-9791, Womenspace, 541-485-8232 or 541-485-6513 (24 hour crisis line), and White Bird Clinic Counseling, 541-342-8255 541-687-4000 (24 hour crisis line).

    Campus Crime Alert 2017-05-26

    May 26th, 2017

    UO-Header-p62azs.jpg

    What is this notice? Campus Crime Alerts are released by the University of Oregon Police Department when certain crimes are reported on or near campus property, and in compliance with federal law. These timely warnings provide information about campus safety situations, and allow campus community members to take precautions for personal safety. All crimes should be reported as soon as possible to local law enforcement.

    Please note this message may contain information that some may find upsetting.

    A woman not affiliated with the University of Oregon reported that she was briefly taped to a light post at a UO residence hall around midnight on Friday, May 26, 2017.

    The 19-year old woman said she had left a residence on 11th Avenue just east of Hilyard Street, to walk back to a friend’s room in Barnhart Hall at 1000 Patterson St., when an unknown man approached her and offered to escort her to her destination; she agreed. She described the man as white, about 20 years old, about 6 feet tall, with short brown hair, wearing all black clothing. When the two reached the courtyard in front of Barnhart, she said the man suddenly grabbed her arm, forced her toward the ground, and used tape to wrap her arm against a light post, before he fled. Two resident assistants in Barnhart came out and helped free the woman, and called police.

    The incident is unresolved and an investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information about this or similar incidents should call UOPD at 541-346-2919. Updates regarding this incident, when and if available, will be posted on the UOPD website at police.uoregon.edu.

    SAFETY TIPS FROM UOPD

    No action or inaction by a crime survivor makes that person responsible for his or her victimization. Perpetrators are responsible for crimes and their effects. The following suggestions may help reduce the possibility of experiencing such a crime, or may improve opportunities to receive prompt assistance.

    • It is a crime to intentionally touch someone against his or her will, regardless of the situation.
    • Bystanders should try to be aware of their surroundings, and if there are signs of a person in distress, bystanders should make themselves known and offer assistance if it is safe to do so, and/or seek immediate help from police or security personnel.
    • Every person and situation is different; survivors must decide for themselves what actions or responses are safest in any situation. If someone attempts to grab you, you have the right to yell “NO” loudly, or do whatever is necessary to get the person to let go, and flee to a safe place and seek help. When safe, try to remember as much as possible about the person’s appearance and behavior.
    • Assaults by strangers are far less common than assaults by people known to survivors, but such attacks do happen. Self-defense classes can prepare people to deter or escape an assault, and have benefits for improved awareness and confidence. Credit courses are available from the Physical Education department (http://uocatalog.uoregon.edu/pe_rec/#courseinventory) and from UOPD and SAPP (http://police.uoregon.edu/content/self-defense).
    • Students may use UO Safe Ride (541-346-RIDE ext. 2), call a taxicab, or contact UOPD for an on-campus escort (541-346-2919).
    • For emergencies or if you see a crime being committed, call 9-1-1. To report suspicious, illegal or unusual activity on campus, call UOPD at 541-346-2919.

    RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR SURVIVORS OF CRIME

    • Survivors have a right to report crimes to police and have crimes investigated and/or prosecuted to the fullest extent possible.
    • Call 541-346-SAFE at any time or visit safe.uoregon.edu to learn about options and resources.
    • For students, a range of support services are available through the Office of the Dean of Students, 541-346-3216; uodos@uoregon.edu.
    • For students, personal counseling and other support services are available through the University Counseling and Testing Center, 541-346-3227 (available 24 hours); counseling.uoregon.edu/dnn.
    • For students, medical and sexual assault examination services are available at University Health Center, 541-346-2770; healthcenter.uoregon.edu.
    • For employees, the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, 541-346-3123, and Office of Human Resources, 541-346-3159, can assist in connecting to resources.
    • Other community resources available are Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS), 541-343-7277 (24 hour crisis line) or 541-484-9791, Womenspace, 541-485-8232 or 541-485-6513 (24 hour crisis line), and White Bird Clinic Counseling, 541-342-8255 541-687-4000 (24 hour crisis line).

    Campus Crime Alert 2017-04-15

    April 15th, 2017

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    What is this notice? Campus Crime Alerts are released by the University of Oregon Police Department when certain crimes are reported on or near campus property, and in compliance with federal law. These timely warnings provide information about campus safety situations, and allow campus community members to take precautions for personal safety. All crimes should be reported as soon as possible to local law enforcement.

    University of Oregon Police are investigating a stabbing that happened in the northeast corner of a UO-owned parking lot near Kincaid Street and 13th Avenue Alley, just south of Alpha Omega House, on Saturday, April 15, 2017 at around 1:30 a.m.

    The 21-year old male victim, not affiliated with the UO, went by a private car to McKenzie-Willamette Hospital in Springfield with non-life-threatening injuries before police arrived. According to witnesses, the victim and suspect had been involved in conversation or argument in the area before the incident in the parking lot. The victim and a witness described the suspect as a black male with medium-toned skin, just taller than 6 feet, average build, apparently mid-20s in age, no obvious facial hair, dressed in all black clothing including a hoodless coat.

    No arrests have been made and an investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information about this or similar incidents should call UOPD at 541-346-2919.

    SAFETY TIPS FROM UOPD

    • No action or inaction by a crime survivor makes that person responsible for his or her victimization. Perpetrators are responsible for crimes and their effects. The following suggestions may help reduce the possibility of experiencing such a crime, or may improve opportunities to receive prompt assistance.
    • It is a crime to intentionally touch someone against his or her will, regardless of the situation.
    • Bystanders should try to be aware of their surroundings, and if there are signs of a person in distress, bystanders should make themselves known and offer assistance if it is safe to do so, and/or seek immediate help from police or security personnel.
    • Every person and situation is different; survivors must decide for themselves what actions or responses are safest in any situation. If someone attempts to touch you against your will, you have the right to yell “NO” loudly, or do whatever is necessary to get the person to let go, and flee to a safe place and seek help. When safe, try to remember as much as possible about the person’s appearance and behavior. Regardless of what happens during an incident, you have the right to report the crime and to receive services and accommodations.
    • Assaults by strangers are far less common than assaults by people known to survivors. Self-defense classes can prepare people to deter or escape an assault, and have benefits for improved awareness and confidence. Credit courses are available from the Physical Education department (http://uocatalog.uoregon.edu/pe_rec/#courseinventory) and from UOPD and SAPP (http://police.uoregon.edu/content/self-defense).
    • Students may use UO Safe Ride (541-346-RIDE ext. 2), call a taxicab, or contact UOPD for an on-campus escort (541-346-2919).
    • For emergencies or if you see a crime being committed, call 9-1-1. To report suspicious, illegal or unusual activity on campus, call UOPD at 541-346-2919.

    RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR SURVIVORS OF CRIME

    • Survivors have a right to report crimes to police and have crimes investigated and/or prosecuted to the fullest extent possible.
    • Call 541-346-SAFE at any time or visit uodos.
    • For students, personal counseling and other support services are available through the University Counseling and Testing Center, 541-346-3227 (available 24 hours); counseling.uoregon.edu/dnn.
    • For students, medical and sexual assault examination services are available at University Health Center, 541-346-2770; healthcenter.uoregon.edu.
    • For employees, the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, 541-346-3123, and Office of Human Resources, 541-346-3159, can assist in connecting to resources.
    • Other community resources available are Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS), 541-343-7277 (24 hour crisis line) or 541-484-9791, Womenspace, 541-485-8232 or 541-485-6513 (24 hour crisis line), and White Bird Clinic Counseling, 541-342-8255 541-687-4000 (24 hour crisis line).

    UOAlert! All Clear

    April 15th, 2017

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    [15 APR 2017 / 0324]

    The situation has resolved. Campus activity is resuming.


    UOAlert!: Armed Suspect

    April 15th, 2017

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    15 APR 2017, 0129

    A report of an armed suspect 1358 Kincaide ST.. Keep away from the area. Further updates will be posted to the Alerts blog: alerts.uoregon.edu


    UOAlert!: Gas Leak **ALL CLEAR**

    April 4th, 2017

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    April 4, 2017, 1:35 p.m.

    Eugene Springfield Fire Department has allowed Klamath Hall to resume operation; no actual gas leak was present. The Alerts blog has been updated: alerts.uoregon.edu


    Klamath Hall gas leak 2017-04-04 ALL CLEAR

    April 4th, 2017

    Eugene Springfield Fire Department personnel have checked Klamath Hall, found no evidence of a gas leak, and have allowed the building to resume normal operation, shortly after 1:15 p.m. on April 4. A UOAlert! “all-clear” message will be issued shortly.

    A gas leak had been reported from the building around 12:30 p.m., the building was evacuated and Eugene Springfield Fire responded, while UO police secured the area.


    Klamath Hall gas leak 2017-04-04

    April 4th, 2017

    A natural gas leak was found in Klamath Hall on the University of Oregon campus just after 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4.

    The building was evacuated, and Eugene Springfield Fire Department and University of Oregon police are on-scene.

    People should stay away from the building until further notice.


    UOAlert!: Gas Leak

    April 4th, 2017

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    4/4/17 – 12:36 pm

    A gas leak has been reported at Klamath Hall. Keep away from the area. Further updates will be posted to the Alerts blog: alerts.uoregon.edu


    UOAlert! Test

    March 16th, 2017

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    UOAlert!: Test. This is a test of the UOAlert! system.

    For more information on emergency preparedness, visit: http://safety.uoregon.edu/emergency-management-continuity


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