Jan 23, 2015 – For immediate release During the week of January 19, 2015 the Department of University Safety conducted Lock It or Lose It audits in response to recent thefts from vehicles. Lock It or Lose It is an award winning crime prevention initiative developed with the support of... More
Department of University Safety
The Department of University Safety is a department of the Finance and Administration Division of Carleton University. The department consists of Patrol Services, Parking Services, Technical Services and the Carleton University Student Emergency Response Team (CUSERT) to address the needs of the community for personal safety, protection of property and parking needs. We also have a community liaison officer who provides crime prevention services, liaises with various community groups and offers presentations on personal safety and crime prevention programs.
Campus Safety News
Jan 22, 2015 – For immediate release The Department of University Safety are investigating a number of Thefts from Vehicles which have occurred in the parking lots surrounding the Athletics complex. Since January 19, 2015 there have been four reports of locked vehicles being broken into and... More
Jan. 16, 2015 – For immediate release The Department of University Safety is now accepting applications for casual Security Guards for the Student Safety Patroller (SSP) positions. Student Safety Patrollers are part-time casual student positions which augment the full-time Patrol Services staff... More
Nov. 3, 2014 – For immediate release On October 29, 2014, the Department of University Safety received a report of the theft of an Apple MacBook laptop and head phones from the third floor study area in the MacOdrum Library. An individual who was using study space on the South side of the third... More
Oct. 30, 2014 – For immediate release On October 27, 2014, the Department of University Safety received a report of the theft of a laptop from the third floor study area in the MacOdrum Library. An individual who was using the third level study space had left their laptop unattended momentarily.... More