“People are not feeling safe walking between buildings at night… we were experiencing more overdoses in our washrooms and in our stairwells… they’re seeing folks sitting in Lake Devo injecting narcotics… the perception is that they felt unsafe,” – Campbell
Ryerson is proposing a change to the way it keeps the campus safe, by adding security employees who would have “special constable” status.
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Assaults on Ryerson’s campus have been on the rise, representing the largest portion of security alerts in recent years.
As of early November, the Ryerson community has received 131 emailed security alerts this year— a 167 per cent increase from the 49 alerts issued just three years prior, in 2015. Assaults account for 64 per cent of this year’s total alerts.
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In 2014-2015 $90,000 was allegedly stolen from the Ryerson Students’ Union offices.