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Feb 26th, 2021

Thanks to COVID-19, UBC’s Vancouver campus is seeing fewer students, faculty and staff than normal these days, but there is a new, furry community member who has taken up residence.

Feb 17th, 2021

The University RCMP issued $5,060 in Public Health Order fines to partying students at UBC Saturday night for violating health orders restricting social gatherings. 

Oct 2nd, 2020

On September 30th, members of the Campus Security team showed solidarity with survivors of the residential school system by donning orange shirts and epaulets.

The annual Orange Shirt Day opens the door to global conversation on all aspects of Residential Schools. It is an opportunity to create meaningful discussion about the effects of Residential Schools and the legacy they have left behind.

Sep 28th, 2020

Theft is a crime of opportunity, and on average only takes about eight seconds if items are left unattended. Follow our tips to limit the opportunities of would-be thieves and protect yourself from becoming a victim of property crime.

Universities are considered target-rich environments for criminals to commit property crime, with students and staff equipping themselves with the latest electronic devices and other equipment each year. In 2018 alone UBC Campus Security recorded 398 reports of property theft on the Vancouver campus.

Sep 24th, 2020

We’re all spending more time at home at the moment, which makes it all the more important to prepare your home for the unexpected. Join UBC's virtual ShakeOut drill on October 15th to get ready!

Sep 9th, 2020

Bike theft is one of the most common property crimes reported by UBC campus users, with almost 150 incidents reported on average each year. But fear not, by following the below tips you can dramatically reduce your chances of falling victim to bike thieves.

Aug 31st, 2020

Over the weekend Campus Security received a call about a dog running around the Vancouver Campus, dodging cars in the Rose Garden Parkade and generally making a nuisance of himself. Members of the on-duty patrol located the dog, a handsome Shiba Inu which appeared to be friendly, and attempted to bring him in for questioning. The dog eluded initial attempts to place him in custody and remained at large until Nitobe Gardens staff reported another sighting a few minutes later, at which point he was leashed and taken to the Campus Security office.

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