Thursday, October 29, 2009

Campus Alert Bulletin 09-1294 (Thefts)



Hello all,


We continue to get theft reports of person(s) unknown stealing items from on campus and in the surrounding areas. These thefts involve laptop computers, ipods, bicycles, wallets, thefts from vehicles, etc.   Campus Safety & Security in coordination with the Grinnell Police Department continues to investigate these thefts. If you have any information concerning these thefts please contact Campus Safety & Security at 269-4600.




Campus Safety & Security


Crime Prevention Tips:

-Please lock your room when you leave the area. 

-If your studying in an area please do not leave your valuable items alone.

-If you see residence hall doors propped open please shut them.

-Please record all identifying characteristics of your valuable items.

- If you have credit cards please record pertinent information from your cards.

-Lock your bicycles to the campus bike racks using the bar shape u-style bike locks.  Please do not leave them in   

  unsecured areas nor lock them to handrails.

-Register your bicycle with the Campus Safety & Security Office.

-Report any suspicious persons in your area.




Monday, October 26, 2009

Campus Alert Bulletin


Hello all,


This morning Campus Safety & Security found a number of vehicles in the campus area open with the dome lights on.   It is unknown if anything is missing from the vehicles.   Additionally, there has been a report of a car break in near the campus.   Please be aware of this and lock your vehicles and report any suspicious person(s).




Campus Safety & Security


Sunday, October 11, 2009

Laptop Computer Thefts Tonight (Campus Alert Bulletin 09-1201 )

Hello all,

We are getting reports of multiple computer thefts from rooms in the north campus residence hall area. Please be aware of these thefts and lock your room doors when you leave the area. Please contact Campus Safety & Security, 269-4600, if you have any information concerning these thefts.

Campus Safety & Security

Friday, October 2, 2009

Iowa Department of Transportation (Interstate 80 Poweshiek County)

I-80 lane restrictions begin Oct. 5 in Poweshiek County

Intermittent lane closures to repair roadside damage can be expected
on Interstate 80 in Poweshiek County beginning Monday, Oct. 5, weather
permitting, according to the Iowa Department of Transportation's
(DOT) Marshalltown construction office.

The work is scheduled on I-80 between the U.S. 63 and Iowa 21
interchanges. Travelers can expect intermittent lane closures in the
right lane in both directions of traffic. The project is expected to be
completed by the end of October, weather permitting.

The Iowa DOT reminds motorists to drive with caution, obey posted speed
limit and other signs in the work area, and be aware that traffic fines
for moving violations are at least double in work zones. As in all work
zones, drivers should stay alert, allow ample space between vehicles and
wear seat belts.