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.
February 1-15, 2015
February 5 DUI…Elmhurst Police reported that on 1-17-15, an officer on patrol made a traffic stop at Elmhurst Terrace Apartments after observing multiple traffic violations. When the officer approached the vehicle, the officer smelled a strong odor of alcohol coming from the open driver's window. The driver, an EC student, was arrested for DUI.
February 5 DISORDERLY CONDUCT...Campus Security received a report that a student had an inappropriate phone call with a faculty member. Campus Security is investigating.
February 5 MISCHIEVOUS CONDUCT…Campus Security received a report that person(s) unknown left a condom on a door knob on a resident’s room in Dinkmeyer Hall. Campus Security is investigating.
February 6 HARASSMENT…Campus Security received a report that a student is harassing another student in the Frick Center. Campus Security investigated and the situation was resolved.
February 10 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY…Campus Security received a report of a broken door in Stanger Hall. Campus Security investigated, the offender was identified and referred to the campus judicial process.
February 11 DRUG LAW VIOLATION…Campus Security received a report of the odor of marijuana in Cureton Hall. Campus Security identified the source of the odor and the matter was resolved.
February 13 DISORDERLY CONDUCT…Campus Security received a report of a disturbing voicemail left on a student’s voicemail. Campus Security is investigating.
Campus Security responded to:
• 1 activated fire alarm (no actual fires);
• 6 motor vehicle accidents (no injuries reported);
• 8 medical emergencies; 3 requiring ambulance transport.