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September 2022 Daily Crime Log

Posted Monday, September 12, 2022 | Daily Crime Report | Permalink to this post

60 Day Crime Statistics for St. Paul Campus and Midway

The PDFs are titled per campus. You will find 60 days of incidents reported to the security department. For an updated list, please visit one of the security desks and request the last 60 days of crimes reported. For anything over 60 days, please contact Jason Fellows, Security Director.

August 2022 60 Day Daily Crime Log - St. Paul Campus pdf

August 2022 60 Day Daily Crime Log - Midway Campus pdf

Monthly Incident Report Breakdown

Posted Friday, April 2, 2021 | Security | Permalink to this post

Monthly Incident Report Breakdown

Here is the incident report breakdown for March 2021 on the St. Paul Campus. There were 54 incident reports submitted during this month. Midway had zero (0) reports submitted. For other campuses, please visit their websites for their incident reports.

Bar graph representing the different incident reports on campus

March 2021 Daily Crime Log

Posted Friday, April 2, 2021 | Security | Permalink to this post

60 Day Crime Statistics for St. Paul Campus and Midway Campus

The PDFs are titled per campus. You will find 60 days of incidents reported to the security department. For an updated list, please visit one of the security desks and request the last 60 days of crimes reported. For anything over 60 days, please contact Jason Fellows, Security Director.

March 2021 Daily Crime Log - St. Paul pdf

March 2021 Daily Crime Log - Midway Campus pdf

February 2021 Daily Crime Log

Posted Friday, March 5, 2021 | Daily Crime Report | Permalink to this post

60 Day Crime Statistic for St. Paul Campus and Midway

The PDFs are titled per campus. You will find 60 days of incidents reported to the security department. For an updated list, please visit one of the security desks and request the last 60 days of crimes reported. For anything over 60 days, please contact Jason Fellows, Security Director.

February 21 Daily Crime Log - St. Paul Campus Campus pdf

February 21 Daily Crime Log - Midway Campus pdf

February 2021 Incident Report Breakdown

Posted Friday, March 5, 2021 | Security | Permalink to this post

Monthly Incident Report Breakdown

Here is the incident report breakdown for February 2021 on the St. Paul Campus. There were 73 incident reports submitted during this month. Midway had zero (0) reports submitted. For other campuses, please visit their websites for their incident reports.

Photo of the 67 incident reports that were submitted in February 2021 for the St. Paul Campus

January 2021 Incident Report Breakdown

Posted Friday, February 5, 2021 | Daily Crime Report | Permalink to this post

Monthly Incident Report Breakdown

Here is the incident report breakdown for January 2021 on the St. Paul Campus. There were 67 incident reports submitted during this month. Midway had zero (0) reports submitted. For other campuses, please visit their websites for their incident reports.

Photo of the 67 incident reports that were submitted in January 2021

Security Ambassador Program

Posted Friday, August 28, 2020 | Security | Permalink to this post

I am pleased to announce that we will be launching our Security Ambassador Work Study program! I am very excited to add this next level to the Security program and looking forward to the evolution of the program as well! With this program, we are very excited to see an increased comfort for all on our campus! The Security Ambassador program will be an extension of our Security Department as a concierge and additional set of safety eyes!

What is the Security Ambassador program?

Great question! This new program is an added component of our university’s safety and security program. Security Ambassadors will be an integral part of the security department. Ambassadors will guide visitors to their desired campus locations, staff the campus access sites, assist community members, respond to daily calls such as door locks/unlocks, conduct safety escorts, be an extra pair of eyes for our facility team, and much more! We are currently accepting applications from eligible work study students only.

If I know of a student that would be interested, what should I do?

Current work study and student worker opportunities can be found in the Student Employment section of the website. Look for the “Student Security Ambassador” position!

To apply, send cover letter and resume to me at Jason.Fellows@MetroState.edu

Follow-up on Carjacking and Mugging Near St. Paul Campus

Posted Tuesday, August 25, 2020 | Star Alert Safety Prevention | Permalink to this post

Earlier today, one of our university members was mugged and carjacked as you saw in the Star Alert sent out. I wanted to pass along more information and some preventative measures we all can take to reduce our risk and reduce the opportunity for crime.

First, I want to praise our university member as she did everything right during the situation. She immediately gave her possessions and keys to the criminals when demanded and was able to leave without any physical harm to herself or anyone around her. Again, the best thing to do is comply and survive as possessions can be replaced, people cannot.

Secondly, the university member ran to security to inform of the crime that had been committed. I want to thank the Security Team that responded and assisted with this situation.

What happened? The university member had just exited her vehicle that was parked on the city street near the corner of 6th and Maria. She began walking towards the university when the 2 assailants pulled up in their vehicle and demanded at gunpoint that she give up her possessions and keys. One of the assailants entered the university member’s vehicle and drove off towards 4th street away from campus. The other assailant followed in the other car.

The St. Paul Police Department was called and is investigating the incident. While there has been an increase in carjacking and muggings in St. Paul, we do not believe the assailants are around campus and do not believe they are likely to return to this area at this time.

While this particular crime could likely not have been prevented, here are some tips that we can all employ to try to decrease these types of crimes of opportunity:

  • Students – Parking is included as part of your fees and all students are encouraged to park in the ramp. This is the safest place to park on or near campus as we have security monitoring all cameras, security patrolling the area, and our Parking Coordinator located on the 1st floor of the Ramp Tower.
  • Employees – If you are paying for parking, you should also park in the parking ramp.
  • Cameras – The ramp is covered with many cameras and is access card monitored.
  • Security Safety Walks – If ever you feel uncomfortable, please contact security at 651-775-0444 (save this in your phone) and we will have an officer walk you to and from your vehicle.
  • Lighting – In the evenings, always try to walk where lighting is best.
  • Walk with others or a group. If classmates or others are not available, please feel free to contact security for an escort.
  • Try to stay aware of your surroundings and walk with a purpose while surveying your surroundings. Please refrain from using a cell phone or engaging in other distracting behaviors.