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SAFETY TIP The Department of University Safety (DUS) would like members of the Carleton community to familiarize themselves with and utilize a number of safe walk services that are available on campus to ensure your personal safety. SUMMARY Those staying late on campus are encouraged to make Continue 

Housing security guards now part of University Safety

Carleton’s housing security guards have a new boss. The group of 22 now fall under the Department of University Safety (DUS), but their role and responsibilities remain the same. It’s all part of a transition that began over the summer and Continue 

University Safety News

Safety Tip of the Month Carleton University is considered one of Ottawa’s “bike theft hot zones” based on Ottawa Police statistics. The Department of University safety has had 12 bicycles thefts reported since April 1. Bicycles are one of the most common items stolen on campus and, as Continue 

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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 Continue 

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Safety Tip of the Month Since the beginning of January, the Department of University Safety has received seven reports of theft from various locations on campus. Most of these were thefts from lockers located in the tunnels. The most common items stolen at this time of year are textbooks, Continue 

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Safety Tip of the Month Over the past six weeks, the Department of University Safety has received nine reports of property theft on campus. In the majority of cases, the owner has left valuables unattended momentarily and returned to find they have been stolen. Most commonly stolen items Continue 

University Safety News November 2009

Safety Tip of the Month The Department of University Safety advise the community of a recent increase in theft of bicycles on campus. Over 20 bikes have been stolen since September 5, most of which were expensive bicycles secured with a cable lock. Continue 

Committee monitors health and safety

One injury is one too many at Carleton. That’s why the university’s Joint Health and Safety committee takes steps every year to ensure the health and safety of Carleton staff, faculty and students. “We keep an eye and ear out for Continue 

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Safety Tip of the Month The Department of University Safety would like to welcome all new staff, faculty and students to the Carleton community and remind everyone of the various crime prevention programs available. From laptop anti-theft devices to bicycle registration and safe walk Continue 

New special constable receives achievement award

Lisa Niemzyk, BA/06, saw a year of hard work pay off as she was sworn in as a special constable with the Department of University Safety on January 11, 2008. Niemzyk’s friends, family and co-workers were present at the ceremony to witness her Continue 

First annual Department of University Safety Ball Hockey Tournament a success

On November 26, 2006, the first annual Department of University Safety Ball Hockey Tournament was held on campus to raise money for the Shepherds of Good Hope Continue 

University Safety participates in two successful community fundraising projects

Staff members in the Department of University Safety participated in two successful community fundraising projects last fall. In October, a group of Continue 

Unsportsmanlike conduct

I was very dismayed to see the picture of Francine Charbonneau on page 7 of the April issue (Journalism internship…). As a “sports journalist” she should know that only teams that have won the Cup are allowed to raise it over their heads. It is frowned upon (dare I say forbidden) Continue 

Parking spaces ready for double cohort

Carleton’s parking rates are up to 50 percent lower than other universities, and among the lowest in Ontario. This trend will continue, even as the University creates more spaces to deal with increased demand from the double cohort. The Continue 

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