On Sunday, September 10,2017, at approximately 2:29 a.m., DPS received a report of a stabbing that occurred at 167 Marshall St. The Syracuse Police Department and the Department of Public Safety are on the scene and investigating this incident. We ask that you stay away from the area, at this time and that you call DPS at 315.443.2224, should you have information regarding this incident. More information to follow.
Public Safety Notices 2017
On Friday, December 8, 2017, at approximately 9:52 p.m., a student reported, while walking in the 900 block of Comstock Avenue, they were approached by a dark colored vehicle containing four males. One of the males was in possession of a handgun and told the student to give him his money. The student gave the male his money. The vehicle then fled the scene in a northerly direction towards campus. No injuries were reported.
The Department of Public Safety (DPS) asks for your help in identifying the suspects, if you were in the vicinity at the time of the incident. For this purpose, the following is the description of the suspects and the vehicle: Male, 16 to 20 in age. The vehicle was a dark colored 4-door sedan. No further description for either.
If anyone has any information regarding this incident or others, please contact the Syracuse Police Department at 315.442.5222 or the Syracuse University Department of Public Safety at 315.443.2224. If you would like to anonymously report NON-EMERGENCY information for DPS, you can use the Silent Witness tool.
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On Friday, December 8, at approximately 9:52 p.m. DPS received a report of a robbery that occurred at 900 block of Comstock Ave. The Syracuse Police Department and the Department of Public Safety are on the scene and investigating this incident. We ask that you stay away from the area, at this time and that you call DPS at 315.443.2224, should you have information regarding this incident. More information to follow.
On Monday, October 30, three students reported sightings of a male figure in a hooded sweatshirt in their DellPlain Hall rooms. The students reported that their rooms had been locked prior to the reported sightings. There were no signs of forced entry, nothing was stolen and there was no physical contact. At this time, the Department of Public Safety is investigating by:
- Working to verify these reports by reviewing video tape; and
- Talking with the students about their reported experiences.
This serves as an important reminder: If you see something, say something. Anyone who has information about this incident, please contact DPS at 315.443.2224.
Questions about this incident can be directed to Chief Bobby Maldonado at firstname.lastname@example.org
For the protection and safety of Syracuse University students, faculty, staff and neighbors, the Department of Public Safety releases the following informational notice:
Off-Campus Vandalism and Vehicle Break-Ins
The Department of Public Safety (DPS) and the Syracuse Police Department (SPD) are actively investigating multiple off-campus vandalism and vehicle break-is that have occurred in recent days in Syracuse neighborhoods located to the east of campus. The alleged suspects have been breaking into vehicles for the purpose of stealing items. In addition, several other vehicles have been vandalized without anything being stolen.
To enhance your safety and protect your personal belongings, we recommend taking the following steps:
- Park your vehicle in an area you are familiar with and that has proper lighting;
- Report all suspicious people, activity and behavior immediately; and
- Store valuable items in secure places where they are out of plain sight.
If anyone has any information regarding these incidents or others, please contact the SPD at 315.442.5222 or DPS at 315.443.2224. If you would like to anonymously report NON-EMERGENCY information for DPS, you can use the Silent Witness tool.
The new academic year is a perfect time to review the full list of our recommended safety strategies.
This information is issued for your safety in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act.