Timely Notifications

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act disclosure requirements, we are providing the following Timely Notification Bulletins concerning alleged crimes that have occurred on the Rollins College campus.

2017

Timely Notification
Motor Vehicle Theft
Case #17-222
May 31, 2017

On May 31, 2017, the Rollins College Campus Safety Department was made aware of a motor vehicle theft – specifically a golf cart belonging to the Facilities Department – that took place in the Service Station by the Facilities building. A white Yamaha golf cart was stolen from the Service Station, sometime between 3:00PM on 5/30/2017 and 7:00AM on 5/31/2017. A report was filed with the Winter Park Police Department. The vehicle was later recovered on the same day by the Winter Park Police Department at an off campus location.

We are sending this notice so that the campus community can make well informed decisions about the safety and security of their personal property in the future. To protect yourself from similar crimes, always lock your vehicle and remove the keys, and remove all articles of value that are in plain view. Additionally, consider installing after-market security and theft deterrent systems, which would reduce your risk of theft. Always park in well-lit areas in and around campus and notify Campus Safety should you notice any suspicious activity.

Although the vehicle was recovered, the Winter Park Police is continuing to investigate the incident in determining who was responsible for stealing the vehicle. If you have any additional information that might assist Winter Park Police in their investigation, please contact them at 407-644-1313 or contact the Rollins College Campus Safety Department at 407/646-2999 (X:2999) or via email at campussafety@rollins.edu .

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html.

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification
Burglary - unlawful entry, no force
Case #17-190
May 1, 2017

At 3:15PM on May 1, 2017, the Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary occurred out of a residential room in McKean Hall. This occurred around 11AM-12PM on 4/25/17. It was reported that the student had left their room unlocked during the aforementioned time period, and returned to find their watch missing. At this time no other information is known.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately; see something, say something. Please secure spaces that are unoccupied to reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. Locking your door when away from your room or while you are sleeping will help reduce the risk of a variety of crimes from taking place. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at campussafety@rollins.edu .

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification
Aggravated Assault with knife or cutting instrument
Case# 17-160
April 9, 2017

On April 9, 2017 at 04:30PM the Rollins College Campus Safety Department was made aware of physical and verbal altercation that occurred inside Sutton Place Apartments between two students. During the altercation, a pair of scissors was threatened to be used as a weapon; however, no physical harm was done to any persons involved. In addition to Campus Safety and Residential Life, the Winter Park Police responded and confiscated a small amount of drugs and drug paraphernalia from the residential hall room. No arrests were made, and the students were separated permanently.

Campus Safety and Residential Life is continuing to speak with both students in an attempt to investigate the incident and provide continuing support. If you have any additional information that might assist Campus Safety Department please contact our department at 407/646-2999 (x2999) or via email at campussafety@rollins.edu .

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification
Burglary - unlawful entry, no force
Case 17-157
April 5, 2017

At 5:09 PM on April 5,2017 the Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary occurred from a residential hall room in the Sutton Place Apartments earlier on that day. It was reported that the student was out of the room all day and when the student returned at approximately 5:00 PM, the student's laptop was missing from the room. The student reported that the room had been left unlocked for a portion of the day. Nothing else was reported missing from the room.    

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately; see something, say something. Please secure spaces that are unoccupied to reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. Locking your door when away from your room or while you are sleeping will help reduce the risk of a variety of crimes from taking place. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at campussafety@rollins.edu .

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

Thank You,

Department of Campus Safety


Timely Notification
Hate Crime – In the form of Vandalism based on Race
Case #17-141
March 28, 2017

At approximately 12:30PM on March 28, 2017, a report of bias/hate based vandalism was reported to Campus Safety. Upon initial investigation, we discovered three “K’s” drawn in what appears to be pencil on the side of the Rosen Center Building. The image was documented and immediately removed. All appropriate notifications have been made across campus to facilitate support for those that may have seen the symbol, that work in the building, and that can help continue to have meaningful conversations about such behavior. Bias/hate based crimes of any magnitude have a disparate impact to individuals and our community as a whole. The implied message of this particular incident is hurtful and is in direct opposition to our mission of global citizenship and responsible leadership. We hope that sharing incidents like this allow for a constructive dialogue that promotes a stronger more inclusive community.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately; see something, say something. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at campussafety@rollins.edu . If you would like to talk more about this incident, please feel free to connect with:

  • Center for Inclusion & Campus Involvement, 407-646-2624
  • Dean of Religious Life, 407-646-2440
  • Residential Life & Explorations, 407-646-2649
  • Dean of Students, 407-646-2345
  • Winter Park Police Department, 407-644-1313
  • Orange County Victim Services Unit, 407-497-6701 

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

Thank you,

Department of Campus Safety & the Bias Incident Response Team


Timely Notification
Hate Crime – In the form of Vandalism based on Religion
Case #17-128
March 21, 2017

At approximately 8:30PM on Tuesday, March 21, 2017, a report of bias/hate based vandalism was reported to Campus Safety. Upon initial investigation, we discovered a small, 2-3”, swastika that was drawn with what we believe to be an eraser, on a door in a common area in Gale Hall. The image was documented and immediately removed. All appropriate notifications have been made across campus to facilitate support for those that may have seen the symbol, that live in the building, and that can help continue to have meaningful conversations about such behavior. Bias/hate based crimes of any magnitude have a disparate impact to individuals and our community as a whole. The implied message of this particular incident is hurtful and is in direct opposition to our mission of global citizenship and responsible leadership. We hope that sharing incidents like this allow for a constructive dialogue that promotes a stronger more inclusive community.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately; see something, say something. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at campussafety@rollins.edu . If you would like to talk more about this incident, please feel free to connect with:

  • Center for Inclusion & Campus Involvement, 407-646-2624
  • Dean of Religious Life, 407-646-2440
  • Residential Life & Explorations, 407-646-2649
  • Dean of Students, 407-646-2345
  • Winter Park Police Department, 407-644-1313
  • Orange County Victim Services Unit, 407-497-6701 

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

Thank you,

Department of Campus Safety & the Bias Incident Response Team


Timely Notification
Burglary - unlawful entry, no force
Case #17-125
March 20, 2017

At 10:29AM on March 20, 2017, the Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary occurred out of a residential room in Elizabeth Hall; this incident occurred on 3/10/17. It was reported that a student and their visitor left the residential room at approximately 4:00PM and locked the door. Upon returning that same day at 10:00PM they found that while the door was still locked, inside of the room their suitcase and other containers were opened and visibly rummaged through. The student, visitor, and roommate of the room did not report anything missing, but due to the condition within the room the intention was to commit burglary.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately; see something, say something. Please secure spaces that are unoccupied to reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. Locking your door when away from your room or while you are sleeping will help reduce the risk of a variety of crimes from taking place. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at campussafety@rollins.edu .

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

The Campus Safety Team

Thank you,


Timely Notification
Burglary - unlawful entry, no force
Case #17-102
March 1, 2017

On March 1, 2017 at 9:48 P.M. the Campus Safety Office was notified of a burglary that took place out of a residential room in McKean Hall. The items taken were a black leather Gucci bag and a maroon Louis Vuitton leather wallet; these items were taken from an unsecured room. The victim noticed the items missing on February 28, 2017. The Winter Park Police are currently investigating this case along with Campus Safety.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately; see something, say something. Please secure spaces that are unoccupied to reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. Locking your door when away from your room or while you are sleeping will help reduce the risk of a variety of crimes from taking place. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail atcampussafety@rollins.edu.

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification
Burglary - unlawful entry, no force
Case #17-099
February 25, 2017 

At 6:53 PM on February 26, 2017, the Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary occurred out of a storeroom with an employee locker at the Cornell Campus Center. The burglary occurred on February 25, 2017. The employee had a purse in an unlocked locker in an unlocked storage room. The victim reported that 300 US dollars had been taken from their purse after clocking out from their shift at 1:00AM. This incident is being investigated by Campus Safety and the Winter Park Police Dept.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately; see something, say something. Please secure spaces that are unoccupied to reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. Locking your door when away from your room or while you are sleeping will help reduce the risk of a variety of crimes from taking place. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at campussafety@rollins.edu.

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification
Hate Crime – In the form of VANDALISM based on RELIGION
Case # 17-094
February 21, 2017

If you have any additional information pertaining to this incident, please contact the Rollins College Campus Safety Department at 407-646-2999 (X2999) or campussafety@rollins.edu.

If you have experienced threatening, harassing or intimidating behavior, Campus Safety encourages you to report it.

If you would like to report threatening, harassing or intimidating behavior, please contact any of the following offices on campus and in the surrounding community for more information:

  • Campus Safety Department, 407-646-2999
  • Center for Inclusion & Campus Involvement, 407-646-2624
  • Residential Life & Explorations, 407-646-2649
  • Dean of Students, 407-646-2345
  • Winter Park Police Department, 407-644-1313
  • Orange County Victim Services Unit, 407-497-6701

If you have any information pertaining to this case, such as identifying suspect, immediately contact Campus safety at 407-646-2999. We need the assistance of the Rollins community to help move this case forward.

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html

Thank you,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification
Burglary - unlawful entry, no force
Case #17-072
February 9, 2017

At 10:52AM on February 9, 2017, the Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary occurred out of a residential room in McKean Hall. This occurred between 10:20-10:35AM on 2/8/17. It was reported that the student had left their room unlocked during the aforementioned time period, and returned to find their Apple computer missing. A report was filed with the Winter Park Police Department. At approximately 12:00PM, the student reported to Campus Safety that the computer was returned to their residential room; the suspect is still unknown.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately; see something, say something. Please secure spaces that are unoccupied to reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. Locking your door when away from your room or while you are sleeping will help reduce the risk of a variety of crimes from taking place. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at campussafety@rollins.edu .

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification
Burglary - unlawful entry, no force
Case #17-068
February 8, 2017

At 6:17AM on February 8, 2017, the Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary occurred out of a residential room in McKean Hall. This occurred at approximately 6:00AM on 2/8/17. It was reported that a student was awoken in their residential room to an unknown person standing at the foot of their bed. When the student moved, the unknown person was startled, grabbed a blanket from the room, and then left the room. During the investigation that was conducted by Campus Safety and Residential Life, information was gathered that helped resolve the incident and there is no continuing threat to the campus community.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately; see something, say something. Please secure spaces that are unoccupied to reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. Locking your door when away from your room or while you are sleeping will help reduce the risk of a variety of crimes from taking place. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at campussafety@rollins.edu .

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification
Burglary of a Conveyance
Case# 17-059
February 5, 2017

We are sending this notice so that the campus community can make well informed decisions about the safety and security of their personal property in the future. To protect yourself from similar crimes, always lock your vehicle and remove the keys, and remove all articles of value that are in plain view. Additionally, consider installing after-market security and theft deterrent systems, which would reduce your risk of theft. Always park in well-lit areas in and around campus and notify Campus Safety should you notice any suspicious activity.

Winter Park Police is continuing to investigate the incident in determining who was responsible for the vehicle break-ins. If you have any additional information that might assist Winter Park Police in their investigation, please contact them at 407-644-1313 or contact the Rollins College Campus Safety Department at 407/646-2999 (X:2999) or via email at campussafety@rollins.edu .

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification
Burglary - unlawful entry, no force
Case #17-038
January 30, 2017

At 1:18PM on January 30, 2017, the Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary out of a locked locker in the Alfond Sports Center Locker Room. This occurred sometime between 12:00-12:45PM on 1/30/17. It was reported that a North Face jacket was taken from the locker. The owner of the jacket advised that no one had permission to take the items and that a combination lock was on the locker at the time. At this time there is no further information and the Campus Safety Department is investigating this report.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately; see something, say something. Please secure spaces that are unoccupied to reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at campussafety@rollins.edu or the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313.

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification

Dating Violence and Burglary, forcible entry
Case #17-016
January 19, 2017

At approximately 07:18 on January 19th, 2017, Rollins College Campus Safety Department received a noise complaint at the New England Graduate Housing. The reporting student stated that they awoke to loud yelling and sounds of breaking glass coming from an upstairs apartment. Campus Safety and the Winter Park Police responded to the scene, where they met a student and an intimate partner, not affiliated with Rollins, engaging in a verbal and physical altercation. During the course of the initial investigation, Campus Safety and Winter Park Police determined that the intimate partner entered the apartment, without consent, by breaking the bathroom window and found in his personal belongings inside of the apartment a semiautomatic firearm. The intimate partner was arrested by Winter Park Police. The student was provided a variety of resources dealing with their physical and emotional safety. Campus Safety, along with the Winter Park Police, are continuing to follow up on this case.

If you have been a victim of domestic violence or dating violence, we encourage you to report it. If you would like to get the help of a confidential victim advocate for yourself or someone you know, please contact:

 

Rollins College Counseling and Psychological Services:
407-628-6340

If you would like to report an incidence of domestic violence or dating violence or would like to learn about DV/DV prevention, please contact any of the following offices for more information:


Rollins College Department of Campus Safety:
407-646-2999


Rollins College Health Services:
407-646-6340


Rollins College Residential Life:

407-646-2649

Winter Park Police Department:
407-644-1313


External Resources for DV/DV Prevention:

  • Victim Service Center of Central Florida
  • Harbor House of Central Florida
  • US Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes  or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html.


2016


Timely Notification

Robbery

Case# 16-457

Dec. 30, 2016

On 12-30-16, around 1700 hours, a white male wearing a dark hat, gray plaid shirt and jeans entered the SunTrust Bank on Park Avenue and gave a bank teller a note demanding money. No weapon was used or seen during the incident. The suspect entered the building through the eastside door and left using the same route about two minutes later. The suspect was last seen walking away from the building toward E. Lyman Ave. At this time the Winter Park Police are investigating this incident. If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact the Winter Park Police at (407) 644-1313

This notice is being sent so members of the campus community can make well informed decisions about their safety and security and that of their personal property in the future. To protect yourself please be aware of your surrounding and those near you at all times to reduce your risk of becoming a victim. Always park in well-lit areas around campus and notify Campus Safety should you notice any suspicious activity at any time.

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification

Motor Vehicle Theft

Case# 16-429

Date : 11-30-2016

On 11-30-2016 the Rollins College Campus Safety Department was made aware of a motor vehicle theft that took place in the SunTrust Parking Garage. A silver Ford Raptor pick-up truck was stolen from the parking garage on 11-28-2016 at approximately 3:00AM. The vehicle was stolen by one of three males, who was seen exiting from a blue Ford F150. CCTV footage from the incident was recovered and is being shared with the Winter Park Police Department for further investigation.

We are sending this notice so that the campus community can make well informed decisions about the safety and security of their personal property in the future. To protect yourself from similar crimes, always lock your vehicle and remove the keys, and remove all articles of value that are in plain view. Additionally, consider installing after-market security and theft deterrent systems, which would reduce your risk of theft. Always park in well-lit areas in and around campus and notify Campus Safety should you notice any suspicious activity.

Winter Park Police is continuing to investigate the incident in determining who was responsible for stealing the vehicle. If you have any additional information that might assist Winter Park Police in their investigation, please contact them at 407-644-1313 or contact the Rollins College Campus Safety Department at 407/646-2999 (X:2999) or via email at campussafety@rollins.edu .

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification

Burglary - unlawful entry, no force

Case #16-398

November 8, 2016

At 11:09AM on November 8, 2016, the Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary out of a locked locker in the Alfond Sports Center Locker Room. This occurred sometime between 11/7/2016 and 11/8/2016. The staff member reported a pair of earbuds were taken from the locker. The earbuds were stored within the locker, and may have been fished out of the locker through ventilation holes. The staff member advised that no one had permission to take the items and that a combination lock was on the locker at the time. At this time there is no further information. The Campus Safety Department is currently investigating this case.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately; see something, say something. Please secure spaces that are unoccupied to reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at campussafety@rollins.edu or the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313.

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification

Motor Vehicle Theft, Other

Case# 16-310

September 14, 2016

At 11:15AM today, September 14, 2016, the Rollins College Campus Safety Department was made aware that a vehicle – specifically a golf cart belonging to a department on-campus – was stolen. After a thorough search of the campus, the vehicle was recovered. It appeared that the device used to lock the vehicle was cut, and the vehicle was moved. There was no visible damage to the vehicle. A report was filed with the Winter Park Police Department.


We are sending this notice so that the campus community can make well informed decisions about the safety and security of their personal property in the future. To protect yourself from similar crimes, always lock your vehicle and remove the keys, and remove all articles of value that are in plain view. Additionally, consider installing after-market security and theft deterrent systems, which would reduce your risk of theft. Always park in well-lit areas in and around campus and notify Campus Safety should you notice any suspicious activity.

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification

Burglary - unlawful entry, no force

Case #16-294

September 7, 2016

At 12:53PM on September 7, 2016, the Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary out of a classroom building where two different items were removed. This occurred sometime between 8/29/2016 and 9/7/2016. The staff member reported a large photo with frame and DVD/BluRay/VCR combination player. The player was stored in an in-wall closet, and the photo with frame was hanging on the wall. The classroom building may have been open at the time of the burglary. The staff member advised that no one had permission to take the items. At this time there is no further information. The Campus Safety Department is currently investigating this case along with the Winter Park Police Department.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately; see something, say something. Please secure spaces that are unoccupied to reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at campussafety@rollins.edu or the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313.

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification

Motor Vehicle Theft

Case# 16-239

May 24, 2016

At 1:55 am today, July 30, 2016, the Rollins College Campus Safety Department was made aware that a vehicle – specifically a golf cart belonging to a department on-campus – was stolen. The persons involved were located and arrested by  Winter Park Police.


We are sending this notice so that the campus community can make well informed decisions about the safety and security of their personal property in the future. To protect yourself from similar crimes, always lock your vehicle and remove the keys, and remove all articles of value that are in plain view. Additionally, consider installing after-market security and theft deterrent systems, which would reduce your risk of theft. Always park in well-lit areas in and around campus and notify Campus Safety should you notice any suspicious activity.

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification

Burglary - unlawful entry, no force

Case #16-223

June 28, 2016

At 2:00PM on June 28, 2016, the Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary took place out of a storage facility shed by the Alfond Baseball Stadium at some time between 9:30-10:45AM on 6/28/2016. The staff member reported a leaf blower and stick edger missing. The items were stored in the outdoor shed at the stadium, which was reported to have been open at the time of the incident. The staff member advised that no one had permission to take the items. At this time there is no further information. The Campus Safety Department is currently investigating this case along with the Winter Park Police.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately. Please lock your door and reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at campussafety@rollins.edu or the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313.

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notice

Burglary - unlawful entry, no force

Case #16-198

May 26, 2016

At 3PM on May 26, 2016, the Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary took place in a residential room inside Ward Hall. The resident reported a large sum of cash was taken from the room sometime during the last two days. The money was stored in a safe inside of the room. The resident advised that no one had permission to take the money. There were no signs of forcible entry of the door and no signs of forcible entry of the safe. At this time there is no further information. The Campus Safety Department is currently investigating this case along with the Winter Park Police.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately. Please lock your door and reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407/646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at security@listserv.rollins.edu or the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html)

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification

Motor Vehicle Theft

Case# 16-197

May 24, 2016

 

At 6:36 pm today, May 24th, 2016, the Rollins College Campus Safety Department was made aware that a vehicle – specifically a golf cart belonging to a department on-campus – was stolen. The last time that the golf cart was seen was on Saturday (May 21st, 2016). The Campus Safety Office attempted to locate the cart, but did not find it anywhere on campus. The golf cart is described as a large white cart with a metal box on the rear. No further information about when or by whom this cart was taken. Winter Park Police were notified to take a report and begin the investigation process.

We are sending this notice so that the campus community can make well informed decisions about the safety and security of their personal property in the future. To protect yourself from similar crimes, always lock your vehicle and remove the keys, and remove all articles of value that are in plain view. Additionally, consider installing after-market security and theft deterrent systems, which would reduce your risk of theft. Always park in well-lit areas in and around campus and notify Campus Safety should you notice any suspicious activity.

Winter Park Police is continuing to investigate the incident in determining who was responsible for stealing the vehicle. If you have any additional information that might assist Winter Park Police in their investigation, please contact them at 407-644-1313 or contact the Rollins College Campus Safety Department at 407/646-2999 (X:2999) or via email at campussafety@rollins.edu .

 

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification

Motor Vehicle Theft

Case#  16-188

May 16, 2016

At 9:30AM today, May 16th, 2016, the Rollins College Campus Safety Department was made aware that a vehicle – specifically a golf cart belonging to a department on-campus – was stolen. The last time that the golf cart was seen was by a member of the Winter Park community on Saturday (May 14th, 2016) at approximately 9:00PM. This individual made Campus Safety aware that they observed 2 young males driving the vehicle heading westbound on Lakeview Drive, and were running multiple stop signs. At that time, the Campus Safety Office attempted to locate the individuals and/or the cart but did not find anything based on the description. It was not until this morning that it was discovered that a department was missing the vehicle. The golf cart is described as a white cart with “DS #4” on both sides, and has a metal box on the rear. No further information about when or by whom this cart was taken. Winter Park Police were notified to take a report and begin the investigation process.

We are sending this notice so that the campus community can make well informed decisions about the safety and security of their personal property in the future. To protect yourself from similar crimes, always lock your vehicle and remove the keys, and remove all articles of value that are in plain view. Additionally, consider installing after-market security and theft deterrent systems, which would reduce your risk of theft. Always park in well-lit areas in and around campus and notify Campus Safety should you notice any suspicious activity.

Winter Park Police is continuing to investigate the incident in determining who was responsible for stealing the vehicle. If you have any additional information that might assist Winter Park Police in their investigation, please contact them at 407-644-1313 or contact the Rollins College Campus Safety Department at 407/646-2999 (X:2999) or via email at campussafety@rollins.edu .

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text  messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .

Thank You,

The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification
Motor Vehicle Theft
Case#  16-176
May 5, 2016
 
At 3:00PM today, May 5th, 2016, the Rollins College Campus Safety Department was made aware that a vehicle – specifically a golf cart –  was stolen belonging to a department on-campus. The last time that the golf cart was seen was approximately 2 weeks ago, behind the Olin Library. The golf cart is described as a white cart with “IT-2” on both sides. No further information about when or by whom this cart was taken. Winter Park Police were notified to take a report and begin the investigation process.

We are sending this notice so that the campus community can make well informed decisions about the safety and security of their personal property in the future. To protect yourself from similar crimes, always lock your vehicle and remove the keys, and remove all articles of value that are in plain view. Additionally, consider installing after-market security and theft deterrent systems, which would reduce your risk of theft. Always park in well-lit areas in and around campus and notify Campus Safety should you notice any suspicious activity.

Winter Park Police is continuing to investigate the incident in determining who was responsible for stealing the vehicle. If you have any additional information that might assist Winter Park Police in their investigation, please contact them at 407-644-1313 or contact the Rollins College Campus Safety Department at 407/646-2999 (X:2999) or via email atcampussafety@rollins.edu .
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text  messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (
http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .

Thank You,
The Campus Safety Team


Timely Notification
Vehicle Theft On Campus
Case#  16-158
April 25, 2016
 
The Rollins College Campus Safety Department was made aware of a vehicle that was stolen from the Crummer graduate school residential housing, located on New England Ave. In this case, a Crummer student parked their vehicle in the 273 W. New England parking lot at approximately on April 21, 2016, and went out of town. Upon their return on April 25, 2016, they found that the vehicle was missing. The automobile is described as a 2012 Volvo S60, gray sedan with a FL. License plate 7095JG. Winter Park Police were notified to take a report and begin the investigation process.

We are sending this notice so that the campus community can make well informed decisions about the safety and security of their personal property in the future. To protect yourself from similar crimes, always lock your vehicle and remove all articles of value that are in plain view. Additionally, consider installing after-market security and theft deterrent systems, which would reduce your risk of theft. Always park in well-lit areas in and around campus and notify Campus Safety should you notice any suspicious activity.

Winter Park Police is continuing to investigate the incident in determining who was responsible for stealing the vehicle. If you have any additional information that might assist Winter Park Police in their investigation, please contact them at 407-644-1313 or contact the Rollins College Campus Safety Department at 407/646-2999 (X:2999) or via email at campussafety@rollins.edu .

 
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text  messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .


Timely Notice: Vandalism- Hate Crime- Sexual Orientation
16-145
04/20/2016


At 8:30 AM on April 20, 2016, Campus Safety received a report of a vandalism in the Bush Science building. Offensive language was written over an LGBTQ+ Safe Zone Sign. The writing has since been cleaned off. At this time there is no further information.


This type of behavior does not align with the mission or values of Rollins College. Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report any suspicious activity immediately. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at security@listserv.rollins.edu or the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313.


Thank you,
Campus Safety
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

 

Rape
April 12, 2016

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html. 

The Rollins College Campus Safety Department, via the Office of Title IX, received a report of a rape that took place inside of a residential building, occupied by a student organization, during the early morning hours of Friday, April 8, 2016. The reporting student stated that they were incapacitated by alcohol and unable to consent to sexual contact. During the encounter, the reporting student tried several times to prevent the other student from touching them and verbalized “no” and “stop”. All parties involved in this case have been identified, are being provided the appropriate level of care and resources, and a Title IX investigation is commencing.


If you have been a victim of sexual assault, we encourage you to report it. If you would like to get the help of a confidential victim advocate for your own assault or someone you know, please contact Rollins College Counseling and Psychological Services:407-628-6340 If you would like to report a sexual assault or learn about sexual violence prevention, please contact any of the following offices for more information:

Rollins College Department of Campus Safety: 407-646-2999
Rollins College Health Services: 407-646-2235
Rollins College Residential Life: 407-646-2649
Winter Park Police Department: 407-644-1313


Aggravated Assault
Case # 16-119
April 01, 2016

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .
The Rollins College Campus Safety Department responded to an assault in the early evening hours on this date. The incident took place at a residential hall on-campus and was resolved in a timely manner. Rollins College is providing resources and advocacy to assist the individuals involved in this incident, and will continue to take actions to maintain the safety and security of the campus community.
Campus Safety strongly urges the community to immediately report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity. You can do this by contacting Rollins College Campus Safety via telephone at 407/646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or by e-mail at security@listserv.rollins.edu, or by contacting the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313.


Burglary On Campus
Case #16-093
February 27, 2016
 
 
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text  messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .
 
On February 27, 2016 the Rollins College Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary took place in a residential room inside Ward Hall. The incident was discovered by the resident on February 27, 2016, in the morning. The resident reported a watch was taken from the room. The resident advised that no one had permission to remove the watch from the room. The room was unlocked for a short period of time during the evening.  There were no signs of forced entry. The Campus Safety Department and the Winter Park Police Department are currently investigating this case.
 
Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately. Please take the time to lock your door and reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407/646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail atsecurity@listserv.rollins.edu or the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313

Burglary - Non Forced, On Campus
 Case#16-078
February 15, 2016
 
On February 15, 2016 the Rollins College Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary took place in a residential room inside Ward Hall. The resident reported an IPad Mini was taken from the room. The resident advised that no one had permission to remove the IPad from the room. The room was unlocked for a short period of time during the residents absence.  There were no signs of forced entry. The Campus Safety Department is currently investigating this case.
 
Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately. Please take the time to lock your door and reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407-646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at security@listserv.rollins.edu or the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313
 
Thank you,
Campus Safety
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text  messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .

Sexual Assault – Non Consensual Sexual Contact, Fondling
Via Title IX Office
January 21, 2016

 
The Rollins College Campus Safety Department, in cooperation with the Office of Title IX, received a report of non-consensual sexual contact that took place in Ward Hall during the early morning hours of Sunday January 17, 2016. The reporting student stated that they awoke to two other students engaging in sexual contact with them while they were incapacitated and unable to give consent to sexual activity. All parties involved in this case have been identified, are being provided the appropriate level of care and resources, and a Title IX investigation is commencing.
 
Approximately 66% of rapes are committed by someone known to the victim. To prevent similar crimes from happening, we recommend that everyone familiarize themselves with what constitutes sexual assault and, as a community, be vigilant in stopping it:

  • Always seek consent. Stop your sexual advances if the other person indicates no interest, and especially if they say "no." Engaging in any type of sexual activity without the explicit consent of your partner is sexual assault.
  • The absence of a "no" is not a "yes."
  • Avoid engaging in, supporting or encouraging sexual harassment.
  • Do NOT use threats or coercion to engage in sexual activity.
  • Call for help if you witness a violent crime.
  • Do not take advantage of someone who is passed out, incoherent or otherwise incapacitated, and prevent others from doing so.
Unfortunately, although the majority of sexual assaults are perpetrated by friends, acquaintances, or partners of the victims, the majority of sexual assault prevention tips are modeled after perpetrators that are unknown to the victim. Recognizing this, and recognizing that, ultimately, it is not the responsibility of the victim to prevent their own assault, we nonetheless offer the following advice to promote general risk awareness:
  • Be aware of your surroundings. Knowing where you are and who is around you may help you find a way to get out of a bad situation.
  • If you are consuming alcohol, ensure you have at least one friend that will help you get home safely if your decision-making ability becomes impaired.
  • Make sure your cell phone is with you and charged.
  • If possible, try to avoid being isolated with someone you don't trust or someone you don't know.
  • Trust your instincts. If a situation or location feels unsafe or uncomfortable, it probably isn't the best place to be.
  • If you feel your safety is at risk, or need assistance or an escort on campus; please contact Campus Safety at 407/646-2999.
  • Stay with groups of friends you know and trust. 

If you have any additional information that might assist the Title IX office in their investigation, please contact us at 407/691-1773 (X1773) or ojimenez@rollins.edu 

If you have been a victim of sexual assault, we encourage you to report it. If you would like to get the help of a confidential victim advocate for your own assault or someone you know, please contact:
Rollins College Counseling and Psychological Services:
407-628-6340

 
If you would like to report a sexual assault or learn about sexual violence prevention, please contact any of the following offices or websites for more information:

Rollins College Department of Campus Safety:
407-646-2999


Rollins College Health Services:
407-646-2235


Rollins College Residential Life:
407-646-2649

 
Winter Park Police Department:
407-644-1313


External Resources for Sexual Violence Prevention:


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
(RAINN) Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network

 In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety websitehttp://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .


HATE CRIME- In the form of a SIMPLE ASSAULT based on SEXUAL ORIENTATION
Case # 16-022
January 15, 2015

The Rollins College Campus Safety Department was made aware of a simple assault that took place at approximately 10 pm on Wednesday, January 13, 2015. According to the witness statement, the student was in the Ward residential hall shower when a male, whom he did not see, walked in to the bathroom, called him a “faggot” while he was taking a shower, and threw several punches through the curtain. The punches did not touch the student, but the assailant then kicked the student, again through the shower curtain, which did cause injury. After that the assailant left and the student has come forward to report the assault. The crime is being investigated as a hate crime based on sexual orientation due to the perpetrators language, not the victim’s identity.

If you have any additional information pertaining to this incident, please contact the Rollins College Campus Safety Department at 407-646-2999 (X2999) or campussafety@rollins.edu

If you find yourself in a similar situation on or near campus as the victim or as a responsible bystander, below are some tips:

·         Do not engage with the aggressors, but notify bystanders around you of what is happening.
·         Try to memorize any identifying physical information of the aggressor
·         Enter a safe, local establishment and call 911
·         Always remember that you can call Campus Safety for an escort if you are feeling unsafe on campus
 If you have been the victim of threatening, harassing or intimidating behavior, Campus Safety encourages you to report it.
If you would like the help of a confidential advocate for your own situation or someone you know, please contact:
·         Wellness Center, 407-628-6340
·         Title IX Coordinator, 407-691-1773
If you would like to report threatening, harassing or intimidating behavior, please contact any of the following offices on campus and in the surrounding community for more information:
·         Campus Safety Department, 407-646-2999
·         Center for Inclusion & Campus Involvement, 407-646-2624
·         Residential Life & Explorations, 407-646-2649
·         Dean of Students, 407-646-2345
·         Winter Park Police Department, 407-644-1313
·         Orange County Victim Services Unit, 407-497-6701

If you have any information pertaining to this case, such as identifying suspect, immediately contact Campus safety at 407-646-2999. We need the assistance of the Rollins community to help move this case forward.

 Thank you,
Campus Safety Department
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html)


Aggravated Assault
Case#16-011
January 10, 2016

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html.

On January 10, 2016 the Rollins College Campus Safety Department received a report that an aggravated assault took place immediately adjacent to the SunTrust Parking Garage. The incident occurred at approximately 7:30PM on Sunday, January 10, 2016. A student reported that a metal fork and knife where thrown at them from either the third or fourth floor of the parking garage, in which the knife struck them. The student sustained minimal injuries. The student did not know who threw the items. The Campus Safety Department is currently investigating this case. 

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407/646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at security@listserv.rollins.edu or the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313.

Thank you,

Campus Safety

2015

Burglary On Campus
Case#15-488
December 07, 2015

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text  messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .

On December 7, 2015 the Rollins College Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary took place in a residential room inside Ward Hall. The incident was discovered by the resident on Sunday 12/6/2015, in the evening. The resident reported a wallet was taken from the room. The resident advised that no one had permission to remove the wallet from the room. The room was unlocked for a short period of time during the evening.  There were no signs of forced entry. The Campus Safety Department is currently investigating this case.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately. Please take the time to lock your door and reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407/646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at security@listserv.rollins.edu or the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313


Burglary On Campus
Case#15-482
December 04, 2015
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text  messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

On December 4, 2015 the Rollins College Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary took place in a residential room inside McKean Hall. The incident was discovered by the resident on Thursday 12/03/2015, in the morning. The resident reported a valuable piece of jewelry was taken from the room. The resident advised that no one had permission to remove the piece of jewelry from the room. It is unknown if the room was locked.  However, there were no signs of forced entry. The Campus Safety Department is working in conjunction with the Winter Park Police Department to investigate this case.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately. Please take the time to lock your door and reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407/646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail atsecurity@listserv.rollins.edu or the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313


Burglary On Campus
Case#15-476
December 02, 2015

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text  messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

On December 2, 2015 the Rollins College Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary took place in a residential room inside McKean Hall. The incident was discovered by the resident on Wednesday 12/02/2015, in the morning. The resident reported some prescription medication was taken from the room. The resident advised that no one had permission to remove the medication from the room. It is unknown if the room was locked.  However, there were no signs of forced entry. The Campus Safety Department is currently investigating this case.

Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately. Please take the time to lock your door and reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407/646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at security@listserv.rollins.edu or the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313


Sexual Assault - Forcible Fondling
Case # 15 - 172
April 23, 2015
 
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html .
 
The Rollins College Campus Safety Department, in coordination with The Title IX Coordinator, received information pertaining to the forcible fondling of a resident student by a non-resident student in an individual apartment in Sutton Place Apartments in late January/early February and reported on April the 20th, 2015. Forcible fondling is defined as the touching of another person’s body for your own sexual gratification, without first gaining consent. Support resources are being offered to both students as we work through our on campus processes.
 
Approximately 66% of rapes are committed by someone known to the victim. To prevent similar crimes from happening, we recommend that everyone familiarize themselves with what constitutes sexual assault and, as a community, be vigilant in stopping it:
 
- Always seek consent. Stop your sexual advances if the other person indicates no interest, and especially if they say "no." Engaging in any type of sexual activity without the explicit consent of your partner is sexual assault. If either party is under the influence of alcohol, consent cannot be given.
- The absence of a "no" is not a "yes."
- Avoid engaging in, supporting or encouraging sexual harassment.
- Do NOT use threats or coercion to engage in sexual activity.
- Call for help if you witness a violent crime.
- Do not take advantage of someone who is passed out, incoherent or otherwise incapacitated, and prevent others from doing so.
 
Unfortunately, although the majority of sexual assaults are perpetrated by friends, acquaintances, or partners of the victims, the majority of sexual assault prevention tips are modeled after perpetrators that are unknown to the victim. Recognizing this, and recognizing that, ultimately, it is not the responsibility of the victim to prevent their own assault, we nonetheless offer the following advice to promote general risk awareness:
 
- Be aware of your surroundings. Knowing where you are and who is around you may help you find a way to get out of a bad situation.
- If you are consuming alcohol, ensure you have at least one friend that will help you get home safely if your decision-making ability becomes impaired.
- Make sure your cell phone is with you and charged.
- If possible, try to avoid being isolated with someone you don't trust or someone you don't know.
- Trust your instincts. If a situation or location feels unsafe or uncomfortable, it probably isn't the best place to be.
- If you feel your safety is at risk, or need assistance or an escort on campus; please contact Campus Safety at 407/646-2999.
- Stay with groups of friends you know and trust.
 
If you have any additional information that might assist Rollins College Campus Safety in their investigation, please contact us at 407/646-2999 (X2999) or campussafety@rollins.edu .
 
If you have been a victim of sexual assault, we encourage you to report it. If you would like to get the help of a confidential victim advocate for your own assault or someone you know, please contact:
 
Rollins College Counseling and Psychological Services:
407-628-6340
 
If you would like to report a sexual assault or learn about sexual violence prevention, please contact any of the following offices or websites for more information:
 
Rollins College Department of Campus Safety:
407-646-2999
 
Rollins College Health Services:
407-646-2235
 
Rollins College Residential Life:
407-646-2649
Winter Park Police Department:
407-644-1313
 
External Resources for Sexual Violence Prevention:
 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
(RAINN) Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network


Burglary – Unlawful Entry – No ForceCase

# 15-142 April 2, 2015 

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act or Clery Act, 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issuestimely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timelynotices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

On April 2, 2015 the Rollins College Campus Safety Department received a report that a burglary took place at Strong Hall. The residents reported that between August 2014 and April 2, 2015 they have noticed cash and jewelry missing from their room. The Winter Park Police Department was notified on April 2, 2015. Campus Safety is currently investigating the case.Campus Safety strongly urges the community to report anything that you perceive to be suspicious activity immediately. Please take the time to lock your door and reduce the risk of a crime of opportunity. If you have information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact Rollins College Campus Safety by telephone at 407/646-2999 (campus extension X2999) or via e-mail at security@listserv.rollins.edu or the Winter Park Police Department at 407-644-1313

AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
Case # 15-056
February 8, 2015

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issuestimely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html

The Rollins College Campus Safety Department was made aware of an aggravated assault that took place at approximately 11 pm on Thursday, February 5, 2015. According to the witness statement, the student was walking behind the boat house when a white male, wearing a navy blue hoodie and black pants, approximately 6 foot to 6 foot 3 inches tall, with brown eyes, a dark scruffy beard, pointy nose and thin lips came up behind the student pulled out a knife and stated a name asking if it was the students name. The student did not reply and the suspect told the student to get out of here. At this point the student turned and ran away.

If you have any additional information pertaining to this incident, please contact the Rollins College Campus Safety Department at 407-646-2999 (X2999) or campussafety@rollins.edu

If you find yourself in a similar situation on or near campus as the victim or as a responsible bystander, below are some tips:

- Do not engage with the aggressors but notify bystanders around you of what is happening

- Try to memorize any identifying physical information of the aggressor

- Enter a safe, local establishment and call 911

- Always remember that you can call Campus Safety for an escort if you are feeling unsafe on campus

If you have been the victim of threatening, harassing or intimidating behavior, Campus Safety encourages you to report it. If you would like the help of a confidential advocate for your own situation or someone you know, please contact:

- Rollins College Counseling and Psychological Services, 407-628-6340

- Rollins College Title IX Coordinator, 407-691-1773 or 407-646-2577

 If you would like to report threatening, harassing or intimidating behavior, please contact any of the following offices on campus and in the surrounding community for more information:

- Rollins College Campus Safety Department, 407-646-2999

- Rollins College Center for Inclusion & Campus Involvement, 407-646-2624

- Rollins College Residential Life, 407-646-2649

- Dean of Student Affairs, 407-646-2345

- Winter Park Police Department, 407-644-1313

- Orange County Victim Services Unit, 407-497-6701

If you have any information pertaining to this case, such as identifying suspect, immediately contact Campus safety at 407-646-2999 or complete the anonymous report by visitinghttps://fiatweb.rollins.edu/csr/anon.php . We need the assistance of the Rollins community to help move this case forward.

 Thank you,

Campus Safety Department


Intimidation – Hate Crime
Case # 15-015
January 16, 2015

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timelynotices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text  messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html.)


The Rollins College Campus Safety Department has received information about two intimidation related incidents that occurred in early December and again on January 13, 2015. In the December incident, two students reported that they were walking on Park Avenue, when a beige/ gold colored Lexus SUV approached them and began making comments that were demeaning and questioning their sexuality. At the time, neither student was able to obtain a license plate number or any other identifiable information. On January 13, one of the students was approached by the same vehicle while on campus and the occupants of the vehicle splashed water on the student. The student attempted to confront the occupants, but they again splashed water in an attempt to intimidate and harass. At this point, the student was certain that it was the same vehicle and occupants as in December for a variety of reasons. The student was able to write down the license plate number – W36 1VN, and determine that it was a Lexus GX SUV.


If you find yourself in a similar situation on or near campus as the victim or as a responsible bystander, below are some tips:
-          Do not engage with the aggressors but notify bystanders around you of what is happening
-          Try to memorize any identifying physical information (model/make/color of the vehicle, license plate number, # of passengers, physical attributes of the aggressors, direction the vehicle is heading)
-          Enter a safe, local establishment and call 911
-          Always remember that you can call Campus Safety for an escort if you are feeling unsafe on campus


If you have been the victim of threatening, harassing or intimidating behavior, Campus Safety encourages you to report it. If you would like the help of a confidential advocate for your own situation or someone you know, please contact:
-              Rollins College Counseling and Psychological Services, 407-628-6340
-              Rollins College Title IX Coordinator, 407-691-1773 or 407-646-2577
 If you would like to report threatening, harassing or intimidating behavior, please contact any of the following offices on campus and in the surrounding community for more information:
-              Rollins College Campus Safety Department, 407-646-2999
-              Rollins College Center for Inclusion & Campus Involvement, 407-646-2624
-              Rollins College Residential Life, 407-646-2649
-              Dean of Student Affairs, 407-646-2345
-              Winter Park Police Department, 407-644-1313
-              Orange County Victim Services Unit, 407-497-6701


If you have any information pertaining to this case, such as identifying the vehicle or owner, or see the vehicle on campus, immediately contact Campus safety at 407-646-2999 or complete the anonymous report by visitinghttps://fiatweb.rollins.edu/csr/anon.php . We need the assistance of the Rollins community to help move this case forward.


Thank you,
Campus Safety Department


Sexual Assault - Forcible Rape
Case # 15 - 005
January 8, 2015
 
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), 20 U.S.C. 1092 (f), Rollins College issues timely notices to notify the campus community of Clery Act crimes or other serious incidents that the College determines represent a serious and ongoing threat to the campus. The College may distribute timely notices using a variety of means, including emails, text messages, flyers, and website announcements posted on the Campus Safety website (http://www.rollins.edu/safety/clery_act_compliance/timely_notices.html).

The Rollins College Campus Safety Department, in cooperation with several other Departments at Rollins College, was made aware today of a sexual assault - forcible rape that took place on campus during the morning on Wednesday December 3, 2014 involving two undergraduate students. The incident took place inside of a residential hall on-campus and an investigation is ongoing. Rollins College is providing resources and advocacy to assist the individual involved in this incident, and will continue to take actions to maintain the safety and security of the campus community.

Approximately 66% of rapes are committed by someone known to the victim. To prevent similar crimes from happening, we recommend that everyone familiarize themselves with what constitutes sexual assault and, as a community, be vigilant in stopping it:

- Always seek consent. Stop your sexual advances if the other person indicates no interest, and especially if they say "no." Engaging in any type of sexual activity without the explicit consent of your partner is sexual assault. If either party is under the influence of alcohol, consent cannot be given.
- The absence of a "no" is not a "yes."
- Avoid engaging in, supporting or encouraging sexual harassment.
- Do NOT use threats or coercion to engage in sexual activity.
- Call for help if you witness a violent crime.
- Do not take advantage of someone who is passed out, incoherent or otherwise incapacitated, and prevent others from doing so.

Unfortunately, although the majority of sexual assaults are perpetrated by friends, acquaintances, or partners of the victims, the majority of sexual assault prevention tips are modeled after perpetrators that are unknown to the victim. Recognizing this, and recognizing that, ultimately, it is not the responsibility of the victim to prevent their own assault, we nonetheless offer the following advice to promote general risk awareness:

- Be aware of your surroundings. Knowing where you are and who is around you may help you find a way to get out of a bad situation.
- If you are consuming alcohol, ensure you have at least one friend that will help you get home safely if your decision-making ability becomes impaired.
- Make sure your cell phone is with you and charged.
- If possible, try to avoid being isolated with someone you don't trust or someone you don't know.
- Trust your instincts. If a situation or location feels unsafe or uncomfortable, it probably isn't the best place to be.
- If you feel your safety is at risk, or need assistance or an escort on campus; please contact Campus Safety at 407/646-2999.
- Stay with groups of friends you know and trust.

If you have any additional information that might assist Rollins College Campus Safety in their investigation, please contact us at 407/646-2999 (X2999) or campussafety@rollins.edu .

If you have been a victim of sexual assault, we encourage you to report it. If you would like to get the help of a confidential victim advocate for your own assault or someone you know, please contact:

Rollins College Counseling and Psychological Services:
407-628-6340

If you would like to report a sexual assault or learn about sexual violence prevention, please contact any of the following offices or websites for more information:

Rollins College Department of Campus Safety:
407-646-2999

Rollins College Health Services:
407-646-2235

Rollins College Residential Life:
407-646-2649
Winter Park Police Department:
407-644-1313

External Resources for Sexual Violence Prevention:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
(RAINN) Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network

Campus Safety 
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campussafety@rollins.edu

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