CSUPD releases annual campus crime statistics

CSUPD_shield_300The CSU Police Department releases campus crime statistics and important safety to the university community each fall. These campus crime statistics can be found online. This report contains:

  • University Drug and Alcohol Policy
  • 2014 Fire and Safety Update
  • Crime statistics for the last three years (2011, 2012 and 2013)
  • Campus safety information and resources
The report informs the university community about important procedures, policies, crime prevention programs and campus crime statistics. A downloadable version of the report is available at http://police.colostate.edu/files/2014/04/2014-Safety-Report.pdf. A link to the report also is available, along with other campus health and safety information, at www.safety.colostate.edu. A paper copy of the full report is available upon request by contacting CSUPD. For more information, contact the CSU Police Department at 970-491-1160. This report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on-campus, in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Colorado State University, and on public property surrounding campus. In addition to the full report, a summary of the report is available as a pamphlet at the Colorado State University Police Department in Green Hall or the Lory Student Center Bookstore. This pamphlet provides crime statistics for 2013 and abbreviated campus safety information. This information is distributed in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The act requires colleges and universities to disclose information on security policies and timely, annual information about crime on and around campus. The CSU Police Department is also required to notify the university community about public information regarding registered sex offenders, as required by Megan's Law. A current listing of sex offenders is available at the Colorado Bureau of Investigation website at http://sor.state.co.us/. For more information about general health and safety on campus, visit www.safety.colostate.edu.

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Everyday Venus art contest open to CSU students

The anthropology department will announce the winners of the art contest in conjunction with the Department of Art and Art History at 6 p.m. Oct. 17 in Room 107 of the Behavioral Science Building. students are being encouraged to take prehistoric objects that have been wrongly misinterpreted as sexual objects and place them in normal, everyday situations.

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In memory: Dr. Theodore Klock Chamberlain

Dr. Theodore Klock Chamberlain, a retired oceanography and geology professor from the Warner College for Natural Resources, passed away Sept. 24 after a long illness. Dr. Chamberlain, a renowned oceanographer and a geologist, spent years at the oceanic research around the world and the Chesapeake Bay at Johns Hopkins University. He has led the department of Geology at Colorado State University and spent the rest of his career of 38 years at the university teaching two of the largest undergraduate courses on campus. Dr. Chamberlain loved teaching. He passionately encouraged and inspired thousands of students into higher education, exploration and spreading knowledge. Dr. Chamberlain was a scholar, a poet and a philosopher; he left a wealth of publications and writings. With Dr. Chamberlain's passing away the light that has enlightened the paths of thousands of students has dimmed, but Dr. Chamberlain's students will hold his torch to light other people's paths. Dr. Chamberlain's students and family are establishing the Theodore Chamberlain Global Resource Stewardship Scholarship  and an annual lecture on his favorite topic- conservation of earth's oceanographic resources - in his name. Tributes to Dr. Chamberlain may be paid by sending contributions to the Theodore Chamberlain Global Resource Stewardship Scholarship or Conservation of Earth’s Oceanographic Resources Lecture in care of the CSU Foundation, P.O. Box 1870, Fort Collins, CO 80522-18702. Dr. Chamberlain is survived by a loving family of his wife Farida, his daughters Diana and Heather, and his sons Bruce, Makoto, Satoru, Thor, Alfie and Willie.

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