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UPDATE: CSA 24-001: Voyeurism, Arrest Made

Broadcast Time: 16:20

Date: MARCH 27, 2024

Type: Community Safety Alert (CSA)

Toronto police have arrested and charged a non-community member in relation to the Feb. 7 voyeurism incident in a publicly accessible washroom at New College. This is in addition to other arrests made on March 16 (for an incident involving a shower stall in residence, which requires a key to access), and Jan. 4 (involving a publicly accessible washroom). 


This update is being shared with our full community as many of you travel from Mississauga or Scarborough to St. George campus for classes, labs or other purposes. We encourage all members of our community to exercise vigilance and to report any behaviour of concern to Campus Safety (416-978-2222). The police investigation is ongoing. 


Students, staff, faculty and librarians are also reminded of the various safety and support programs offered on campus, including:   

Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre

If you or someone you know has been affected by sexual violence or sexual harassment, the University’s Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre can help you understand, access and navigate supports such as counselling, medical services, academic or workplace accommodations, financial aid and legal aid. This includes helping you understand your reporting options.

Hours: Mon-Fri from 9AM to 5PM

Telephone: 416-978-2266

Community Safety Office

The Community Safety Office offers short-term support and assistance to U of T community members who have experienced personal safety concerns. They can work with you to develop a personal safety plan to address your on-campus safety concerns and explore a variety of other support resources that may be appropriate in the community and on-campus.

Hours: Mon-Fri from 9AM to 5PM

Telephone: 416-978-1485


This is a 24/7 service available to the U of T community and is available to and from all U of T buildings or abutting TTC stations. This service can be arranged by calling 416-978-SAFE (7233) or by using the U of T Safety App to arrange an escort.

Virtual TravelSafer and Mobile Bluelight

These features are available through the U of T Safety App and can be used to trigger a distress beacon, in the event of an emergency, to send your location to a Campus Safety dispatcher and summon help.

U of T Campus Safety App


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