The College maintains ongoing crime and fire logs that are available for inspection in the Office of Campus Security. Information from these logs is published and posted throughout campus twice per month during the academic year, and monthly during the summer, to ensure easy access by members of the College community.
Listed below is information from the most recent issue of the Elmhurst College Crime Watch publication. The purpose of the Crime Watch is to keep College community members informed so they can better safeguard themselves and their belongings.
September 1-15, 2014
September 2 SEXUAL ASSAULT… A student reported a sexual assault by an acquaintance which occurred on August 25 in a residence hall. The incident is being investigated by Campus Security and the Elmhurst Police Department. At this time, the matter is being referred to the campus judicial process.
September 2 ALCOHOL LAW VIOLATION… Campus Security responded to a report of a student acting erratically in Dinkmeyer Hall. The student was underage and intoxicated. The offender was arrested for underage consumption and transported to the police station. The offender was referred to the campus judicial process.
September 3 DISORDERLY CONDUCT…Campus Security received a report of offensive writing on a dry erase board in Niebuhr Hall. Campus Security is investigating.
September 8 DRUG LAW VIOLATION…Campus Security responded to a suspicious odor report in Schick Hall. Campus Security investigated and located the source of the odor. The offender was identified and referred to the campus judicial process.
September 8 DISORDERLY CONDUCT…Campus Security received a report of an obscene voicemail left for Student Financial Services. Campus Security is investigating.
September 12 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY…Campus Security received a report a broken glass in Dinkmeyer Hall. The offender was identified and referred to the campus judicial process and the window was repaired.
Campus Security responded to: • 1 activated fire alarm (no actual fire); • 5 medical emergencies; 2 requiring ambulance transport.