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Security Notice

Suspicious Person/Menacing

July 31, 2017

 

At approximately 12:25 PM on Monday, July 31, 2017, a CC staff member was approached in an aggressive manner while running on the Monument Creek trail north of the Bijou Bridge. The staff member was able to distance themselves from the suspect by immediately calling Campus Safety, causing him to walk away. Officers patrolled the area surrounding the incident but were unable to locate anyone matching the description provided by the staff member.

 

The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 5'9" tall, of average build. The suspect was last seen wearing a black long sleeved hoodie and black pants.

 

If you have any information about this suspect or someone fitting this description, call 911. If you think you see this suspect, be sure to get a good description of the person, your location, and the suspect's direction of travel. Contact Campus Safety if you have questions: x6707.

 

This information is being released in compliance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. Timely warnings are issued to provide information about a potentially dangerous situation at or near Colorado College and to provide our students and employees with the information necessary to make decisions or take appropriate actions to ensure their safety.

 

We wanted to take this opportunity to provide runners with some general safety tips:

  1. Don't wear headphones while running. Doing so is a distraction that can prevent your senses from identifying potential trouble.
  2. Be aware of your surroundings. Pay attention to what is happening around you and adjust your route accordingly.
  3. Trust your instincts. If you feel that running through a particular area "just doesn't feel right," don't run there.
  4. Let someone know where you are running and when you plan to be back. Doing so allows your friends to check in on you. Download and utilize the Rave Guardian app for these purposes.
  5. Stick to well-lit, marked trails.

 

Stay mindful of yourself and your surroundings, and make your runs that much more enjoyable

Campus Safety in the News

- CCAT Shuttle Service operational times have changed. Check the CCAT page for more information. 

- The 2016 Annual Security Report is complete and available online. If you would like a hard copy, please stop by the Campus Safety office. 

- "No Tiger Walks Alone" Learn what you can do to help keep CC a happy and safe place to live, study, and thrive! 

- CC has partnered with Ride Systems to provide real-time gps tracking for the CCAT shuttle! Check out the website at www.ccatshuttle.com and download the app for Android or iPhone!

- Like TigerWatch on Facebook to receive updates and alerts.

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