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Incident Journal: ECPD responds to violation, larceny reports

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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, Nov. 27

ECPD responded to a medical assist at the Union Bank Building at 11:35 a.m. The involved person sought additional medical assistance.

Monday, Nov. 27

ECPD were called to the Walker Building at 6:58 p.m. to investigate a violation of college policy involving unauthorized posters in the hallway. The flyers were removed and those involved in the incident remain unidentified. 

Monday, Nov. 27

ECPD responded to an injured student report at 11:48 p.m. in the 2 Boylston Place residence hall. ECPD provided aid, and the student did not seek additional medical attention.

Monday, Nov. 27

An ECPD student reported a past larceny to ECPD that occurred outside the Walker Building between Nov. 22 and Nov. 27. The missing items were abandoned property that was left outside on the public sidewalk. 

Tuesday, Nov. 28

A student reported to ECPD a past larceny by fraud that was perpetrated by telephone. The incident remains under investigation.

Wednesday, Nov. 29

ECPD was made aware of a student bypass at the 25 Boylston Place entry. The student bypassed security when they tapped at the security desk and their ID did not register. The student did not respond to multiple calls made by the security officer because they were wearing headphones and did not hear the calls to stop. The involved student was authorized to access the building.

Wednesday, Nov. 29

A student reported past larceny by fraud that was perpetrated by telephone to ECPD. The incident remains under investigation.

Friday, Dec. 1

HRE staff requested ECPD at 3:50 a.m. to respond to the Little Building for a student who required medical assistance. ECPD provided aid, and the student did seek additional medical attention. 

Friday, Dec. 1

ECPD responded to the Paramount Building at 9:23 a.m. for medical assist after an HRE request. ECPD provided aid, and the student did seek additional medical attention. 

Friday, Dec. 1

A student visited ECPD to report a past assault and battery that occurred on a public street adjacent to campus. 

Friday, Dec. 1

HRE requested ECPD at 10:07 p.m. to respond to the Paramount Building to take possession and destroy contraband that was confiscated by HRE staff.

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