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  • CSA 22-014: Mischief

    Broadcast Time: 11:00 Date: Monday, November 21, 2022 Type: Community Safety Alert (CSA) The University of Toronto Campus Safety Special Constable Service would like to make the U of T community aware of recent acts of vandalism and mischief. It has been reported, on multiple occasions, an individual attends areas on the St. George Campus and writes, in permanent marker: "There are no viruses" for unknown reasons. Person of Interest If you observe this individual, please do not approach and contact Campus Safety immediately. 416-978-2222 Students, Staff and Faculty are reminded of the various safety programs offered on campus, including those listed below. Supports Available on Campus 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 Email: svpscentre@utoronto.ca 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 Email: community.safety@utoronto.ca TravelSafer: 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 is available for free download at Google Play and the Apple Store. Key features include Live chat with Campus Safety, connecting with U of T safety staff in real-time; TravelSafer, allowing Campus Safety to monitor a user's route while travelling in and around campus; and mobile Bluelight, which sends the user's on-campus location to Campus Safety in a case of crisis. Additional features - such as Friend Walk and Support Services - assist users anywhere in the world. University of Toronto Campus Safety App

  • CSA 22-013: Voyeurism

    Broadcast Time: 16:30 Date: Wednesday, October 26 2022 Type: Community Safety Alert (CSA) The University of Toronto Campus Safety Special Constable Service would like to make the U of T community aware of a recent act of voyeurism. It has been reported that: On Tuesday October 25, 2022 a community member was in a stall within a women's washroom on the basement level of the Bahen Centre, 40 St. George Street. The community member proceeded to look down and observed an unknown male on his back looking up at them from the adjoining stall. The community member immediately exited the washroom followed by the suspect. The suspect is described as: Male, Bearded, middle aged, wearing a winter jacket. Campus Safety have increased patrols in the area. Toronto Police have also been notified about the incident. If you have any information relating to this incident, please contact Campus Safety at 416-978-2323. If you are aware of any suspicious activity while on campus, please contact Special Constables immediately at 416-978-2222. Students, Staff and Faculty are reminded of the various safety programs offered on campus, including those listed below. Supports Available on Campus 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 Email: svpscentre@utoronto.ca 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 Email: community.safety@utoronto.ca TravelSafer: 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 is available for free download at Google Play and the Apple Store. Key features include Live chat with Campus Safety, connecting with U of T safety staff in real-time; TravelSafer, allowing Campus Safety to monitor a user's route while travelling in and around campus; and mobile Bluelight, which sends the user's on-campus location to Campus Safety in a case of crisis. Additional features - such as Friend Walk and Support Services - assist users anywhere in the world. University of Toronto Campus Safety App

  • CSA 22-012: Assault

    Broadcast Time: 12:30 Date: Tuesday, October 25, 2022 Type: Community Safety Alert (CSA) The University of Toronto Campus Safety Special Constable Service would like to make the U of T community aware of a recent assault and hate related incident. It was reported, on Monday October 24th at approximately 3:20pm, the victim, was standing at the corner of St. George Street and Bloor Street when an unknown female approached and assaulted the victim, unprovoked. The suspect quickly left the area walking Southbound on St. George Street. The suspect had also yelled a racial epithet toward the victim. Campus Safety confirms the assault to be hate related. The suspect is described as female in her 20’s, light skin, long black hair, approximately 5’5, wearing a black top, blue jeans, scarf and black backpack. If you believe you have any information relating to this incident please contact Campus Safety at 416-978-2323. If you are aware of any suspicious activity while on campus, please contact Special Constables immediately at 416-978-2222. Students, Staff and Faculty are reminded of the various safety programs offered on campus, including those listed below. Supports Available on Campus Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office The office is mandated to provide support to students, staff and faculty across the three campuses. The Office engages collaboratively with stakeholders on campus to enable the University’s academic mission through the integration of its commitment to equity, diversity and inclusivity. Telephone: (416) 978-1259 Email: antiracism@utoronto.ca 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 Email: community.safety@utoronto.ca TravelSafer: 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. University of Toronto Campus Safety App

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  • Campus Safety | University of Toronto

    Latest Campus Safety News Campus Safety Special Constable Service Nov 21 2 min CSA 22-014: Mischief Broadcast Time: 11:00 Date: Monday, November 21, 2022 Type: Community Safety Alert (CSA) The University of Toronto Campus Safety Special... Quick Links I want information on leaving an abusive relationship. I am (or someone I know) is thinking about suicide or self-harming. I want information on what to do about harassing behaviour. I want information on applying for a career with Campus Safety. I want information on filing a report with Campus Safety Special Constables. I want to follow up on a report I filed with Campus Safety Special Constables previously. I have a question about parking at the University. I want to compliment a member of Campus Safety. I want to file a complaint about a member of Campus Safety. Connect with us on social media! Facebook Twitter Instagram

  • Contact Us | University of Toronto Campus Safety Special Constable Service

    Contact Us University of Toronto Campus Safety Special Constable Service 21 Sussex Avenue Toronto, Ontario M5S 1J6 Canada ​ Campus Safety Communications Centre (24/7) Non-urgent: 416-978-2323 Campus Urgent: 416-978-2222 or 911 Fax: 416-978-1099 ​ Connect with us on social media! ​ instagram.com/UofTSafety ​ twitter.com/UofTSafety ​ facebook.com/UofTSafety Campus Safety Leadership Michael Munroe - Director Contact Michael Munroe For inquiries or requests, please contact: Ryan Dow - Assistant Director, Community Liaison & Support Team Contact Ryan Dow Peter Shipley - Assistant Director, Operations Contact Peter Shipley

  • Personal Safety | Campus Safety

    PERSONAL SAFETY INFORMATION Latest Community Safety Alerts Campus Safety Special Constable Service Jul 25 CSA 22-009: Suspicious Person Broadcast Time: 12:30 Date: Monday, July 25, 2022 Type: Community Safety Alert The University of Toronto Campus Safety Service would like... Campus Safety Special Constable Service May 27 CSA 22-007: Sexual Assault - University College Broadcast Time: 14:00 Date: Friday, May 27, 2022 Type: Community Safety Alert Occurrence #: UT22011386 The University of Toronto Campus... Campus Safety Special Constable Service Apr 28 CSA 22-004: Attempt Theft of Motor Vehicle The attempted theft of a motor vehicle was reported to Special Constables on April 24, 2022.

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