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Interactive Map: Where do security threats happen on campus?

Interactive Map: Where do security threats happen on campus?

These maps show the approximate locations of high-profile incidents on campus, which the Ryerson community is alerted through security watch emails. Security does not provide locations for some incidents, and therefore these have been omitted from the maps. The pins map the approximate location of about 60 incidents since September 2012. Click over the months to view a month-by-month view […]

by Jason St. Jacques· · News, On Campus, Uncategorized
Security watch notices by incident type (as of Sept. 10, 2013) (Josh Kolm/Ryersonian Staff)

Security emails get mixed reviews

  A campus program that harnesses the power of technology to alert students about on-campus security issues is passing its one-year anniversary this month. The Ryerson University Security Watch program, administered by the Environmental Health and Safety and Security department, emails students about assaults, robberies and incidents of menacing behaviour. The program was launched last year as part of an […]

by Emma Jarratt· · News, On Campus

Speak up about sexual violence

This September marks the one-year anniversary of Ryerson’s Security Watch initiative, which informs all students, staff and recent graduates by email whenever a violent incident is reported on campus. Having our inboxes filled with reports of assaults, robberies and sexual harassment doesn’t exactly bolster our back-to-school spirits. But the actions of a group of Canadian students last week remind us […]

by Mitchell Cohen· · Editorial, Opinion