Sept. 5, 2014 To all Students, Faculty and Staff, Please be advised that a 26-year-old man was banned today from Carleton University’s campus after being charged yesterday by the Ottawa Police Service in relation to three incidents of inappropriate touching. The ban is effective immediately.... 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
Jul. 30, 2014 – For immediate release On July 28 2014, the Department of University Safety received a report of the theft of a backpack from the fifth level study area located on the South/East side of the MacOdrum Library, facing the Academic Quad. An individual who was using the fifth level... More
Jul 27, 2014 – For immediate release The Department of University Safety has received 17 reports of stolen bicycles from Carleton University’s campus since May 1, 2014. Bicycle thieves are targeting bicycles which are secured to racks with cable locks. Cable locks, which are easily cut using a... More
Jul. 27, 2014 – For immediate release On July 23 2014, the Department of University Safety received two separate reports of stolen bicycles from the Architecture bicycle racks. In the first report, an individual reported that they secured their bicycle to the Architecture bicycle racks using a... More
Jul. 27, 2014 – For immediate release On July 22 2014, the Department of University Safety received a report of a stolen bicycle from the Architecture bicycle racks. An individual stated that they secured their bicycle to the racks using a cable lock at approximately 10:30 a.m. on July 22, 2014.... More