Crime Alerts

The following Crime Alerts have been posted:


Type of Alert: Crime Warning
Incident Date/Time: 2016-09-24 11:15 PM
Type of Notice: Initial Notice
Building or Area: Bell Tower
Incident Details: On September 24, 2016 at approximately 11:15 pm, a female student reported being assaulted near the Memorial Bell Tower. According to the female student, an unknown white male approached her from behind and put his arm around her. With his other hand, he put it into her pants and fondled her. The female was able to get away and the suspect fled the scene in an unknown direction. The suspect is described as a white male, 6 ft tall, wearing a grey sweatshirt and shorts. No weapons were displayed, implied or used. If anyone has information about this incident, please contact the NC State University Police Department by calling 919-515-3000.

The campus community is always encouraged to take the following steps to keep themselves safe:

-If you feel unsafe in any situation, trust your instinct and contact University Police immediately.

- Alcohol and drugs are often used by assailants to make someone vulnerable to sexual assault.

Be alert to people who pressure you or others to use a drug or consume alcohol. Drinks should

not be consumed if they are not from a trusted source or have been left unattended.

- Be an active bystander; don't just standby, stand up and do something. If you see someone in an uncomfortable or unsafe situation, please contact University Police.

-Report suspicious activities or crimes on campus by calling 911 or 919-515-3000

For a list of available resources, please go to:

http://campuspolice.ehps.ncsu.edu/victim-resources/

In compliance with the Timely Notice provisions of the Federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus

Security Police and Campus crime Statistics Act of 1998, Campus Police are giving notice of a disturbing act of violence. Please share the information contained in this crime warning with other people on campus who may not have seen it"


Type of Alert: Crime Warning
Incident Date/Time: 2016-09-13 12:15 AM
Type of Notice: Initial Notice
Building or Area: Open Area - Other
Street or Location: Governors' Scott Courtyard, behind Kilgore Hall
Incident Details: On Tuesday, 09/13/16 at 12:16 am, an attempted armed robbery was reported to the NCSU Police Department. The incident occurred just after midnight in the Governors' Scott Courtyard behind Kilgore Hall. The suspect displayed a dark gun and demanded the victim's phone. The victim was not injured.

The suspect is described as a young black male, thin build, wearing a red hoodie, dark sweatpants, and having a bandanna across his face.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the NCSU Police Department at 919-515-3000.

The campus community is always encouraged to take the following steps to keep themselves safe:

- Assailants are more likely to target individuals walking alone, on darkened or unlit paths, or who are distracted by headphones or activities such as texting.

- Walk in groups whenever possible, especially at night.

-Safety Escort Services and public transportation are available as alternatives to walking. Individuals can contact Safety Escort Services at 919-515-3000.

- If you feel unsafe in any situation, trust your instinct and contact University Police immediately to report suspicious activities or crimes on campus by calling 911 or 919-515-3000

In compliance with the Timely Notice provisions of the Federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Police and Campus crime Statistics Act of 1998, Campus Police are giving notice of a disturbing act of violence. Please share the information contained in this crime warning with other people on campus who may not have seen it.


Anyone with information about this/these incident(s) should contact the University Police Department at (919) 515-3000.

Additional Safety Information


Safety Tips:

  • Always walk in well-lighted areas at night.
  • Don't walk alone after hours, use the Safety Escort at (919) 515-3000
  • Report suspicious activity to the Police immediately