University Safety News

Safety Tip of the Month

Since Carleton University operates as both a private and public space, it is frequented by a diverse range of people, including staff, students, faculty and the general public. Members of the community are best equipped to spot persons who do not appear to be on campus for legitimate reasons. Students, staff and faculty are encouraged to report any suspicious activity witnessed on campus.


Over the past four weeks, the Department of University Safety has received 11 reports of suspicious activity. Each of these reports was investigated by Campus Safety Officers and, in some instances, trespass notices were issued. The department encourages the reporting of suspicious activity, as it aids in creating a safe and comfortable environment for those who use the campus.

Information provided by Department of University Safety. Please visit for more updates.

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