Incident Journal: Delta Beckwith Elevator service staff assists students trapped in elevator

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An Emerson College Police car.

By Hannah Nguyen, Deputy Express News Editor

The Emerson College Police Department provides the Incident Journal to The Beacon every week. Beacon staff edit the Incident Journal for style and clarity but not for content.

Monday, Oct. 10

ECPD responded to a student in need of medical assistance in the Little Building. HRE staff and ECPD assisted the student who did not seek additional medical attention.

Wednesday, Oct. 12

ECPD responded to a student in need of medical assistance in Piano Row Residence Hall. HRE staff and ECPD assisted the student who sought additional medical attention.

Wednesday, Oct. 12

ECPD responded to an elevator entrapment on the 7th floor of the Tufte Building. Delta Beckwith Elevator service staff assisted two individuals out of the elevator in approximately 10 minutes.

Wednesday, Oct. 12

ECPD responded to a student requesting medical assistance in the Paramount Residence Hall. ECPD walked with the student to Tufts Medical Center where the student sought additional medical attention.

Wednesday, Oct. 12

ECPD assisted a student who reported theft by fraudulent means to the FBI. This incident remains under investigation.

Thursday, Oct. 13

HRE staff delivered contraband they seized from an Emerson College Student to ECPD for destruction.

Thursday, Oct. 13

A non-Emerson community member called ECPD to report a wanted felon working on campus. ECPD investigated the claims and found them to be false.

Thursday, Oct. 13

ECPD responded to the Paramount Theater lobby for an Emerson Student in need of medical assistance. ECDP rendered aid and the individual did not seek additional medical attention.

Thursday, Oct. 13

ECPD was notified of an incident that occurred the previous day inside the 2 Boylston Place Residence Hall. The reported assault and battery occurred between identified students that did not wish to seek criminal complaints. The incident was referred to Community Standards & Student Conduct for whatever actions they deem appropriate.