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3/25/10: Vehicular Escort: PSO provided escort from airport to campus for staff member. 3/25/10: Suspicious Incident: Caller reported two white males running in area. PSO checked area with negative results. 3/25/10: Act 64: Caller reported suspected marijuana usage. 3/24/10: M&O Issue: resident life reported trouble alarm sound ing. PSS silenced alarm and noti fied M&O. 3/24/10: Suspicious Persons: M&O reported two males on bicycles on footpath heading to wards Meade Heights. PSS lo cated subjects and notified path was closed. 3/24/10: 911 Hang Up: Dauphin County reported 911 hang up call. Student misdialed phone. 3/24/10: Noise Complaint: PSO referred to residence life. RA re ported noise had stopped. 3/24/10: Medical Assist: Caller reported person lying along road. PSO checked on person/all okay just resting. Medic unit can celled. 3/24/10: Littering: VRP reported two parking tickets received by student found on ground. PSO Don't miss these important career building skills workshops by Career Services! Resume Writing: Mon. April 5, 5 -6 p.m., Library room 302 and Wed. April 7, 12 —1 p.m., Library room 304 Job/Internship Search Strategies: Mon. April 12, 5 -6 p.m., Library room 302 and Tues, April 13, 12:30 1:30 p.m., Library room 302 Defense Contract Audit Agency Information Session: Thursday, April 8, at 12:30 p.m. in E 316 Olmsted. Learn about the mission of the DCAA and available job opportunities, as well as how to apply and prepare for interviews. Presenter is Mark Moser, Manager, Field Audit Office, Baltimore, MD. Open to all students. Police Re contacted student to discuss mat ter. 3/24/10: Request to Locate: Fam ily member requested PSO to con tact student who has not returned calls. PSO contacted student and requested him to call home. 3/23/10: Suspicious Person: PSS observed homeless male with belongings spread all over lawn. Male left area. 3/23/10: Suspicious Person: Re port of transient man with cart. All okay. 3/23/10: Theft: Possibly stolen permit from vehicle of student. Permit placed on lost/stolen list. 3/23/10: Suspicious Person: Re port of homeless man with cart at intersection. Lower Swatara PD already met with person. All okay. 3/23/10: Assist Outside Agency: PSO faxed notarized release to donating agency for vest for life. 3/23/10: Police Information: PSO made contact with male person selling artwork at intersection. 3/22/10: Traffic Enforcement: PSO issued warning to two (2) vehicles for moving violations. 3/22/10: Disabled Vehicle: PSO Cam Nathaniel Gadsden's Writers Wordshop: A Community of Many Voices, features original poetry from area poets who explore life, love, relationships, crime, recovery, family, God, and many other issues that have impacted their lives. The audience will have an opportunity to participate in a question-and-answer session with the poets. April 6 at the Gallery Lounge, Olmsted Building, Penn State Harrisburg • 6:30 p.m. Free and Open to the Public provided jumpstart. Waiver signed. 3/22/10: Motorist Assist: PSO found owner of vehicle with lights left on. 3/22/10: Theft: PSO took state ments from student that reported parking permit stolen and from person displaying permit on car. 3/19/10: Security Detail: PSO checked on boobies ball dance. 3/19/10: Assist Outside Agency: Lower Swatara PD requested as sistance with suspicious male in bank. 3/19/10: Non-Reportable Acci dent: PSO took pictures of non reportable traffic accident and provided courtesy accident form 3/19/10: Parking Complaint: PSO issued four (4) parking tickets for vehicles parked in lot and not bookstore customers. 3/19/10: Traffic Violation: Dau phin County reported possible dui. PSO responded with Lower Swatara PD/unable to locate. 3/18/10: Meeting: Met with com mittee to discuss planning future events 3/18/10: Student Assist: PSO con tacted juvenile probation commu nity service officer in reference us Calender Students: The Learning Center is recruiting peer tutors, mentors, and Study-with-a- Tutor Leaders for Fall 2010. Please apply by April 9. Tutors needed for Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Finance, IST, Math, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, and Spanish as well as MATH 110 and PHYS 211. Mentors are also needed for First- Year Seminar. See Employment Options at www.hbg.psu.edu/ Learning Center/ for qualifications and application forms. Contact Janice Smith at jess7@ psu.edu , 948-6296, or drop-in to W-117 with questions. orts to student doing community ser vice. 3/19/10: Police Information: PSO received phone message for an other officer. 3/19/10: Assist Outside Agency: Middletown PD requested assis tance with rape investigation. 3/18/10: Traffic Control: PSO provided parking control for PSH development office endowment appreciation luncheon. 3/18/10: Health and Safety: PSO observed student slip and fall be cause of water on floor outside room E3ll. 3/17/10: Suspicious Vehicle: Caller reported observing a white vehicle behind the gate in Meade Heights. 3/17/10: Security Lapse: PSO found gate to meade heights un locked and open. PSO secured gate. 3/17/10: Police Information: PSO& PSS observed tow truck loading vehicle. All okay/vehicle broken down. 3/17/10: Disabled Vehicle: PSO observed blue ford mustang off to side of road and unoccupied. 3/17/10: Suspicious Persons The Spring Undergraduate Open House on April 10 This event is a tremendous opportunity for you to showcase your club/organization to prospective students and recruit future members. With over 50 clubs/organizations on campus, we would love to have each one represented during the Open House. If you would like to participate or want more information, please contact Keith Eopechino in Admissions at 948-6250 or email@example.com. Checked on males at back of building taking with 2 residents through window. All okay. 3/17/10: Assist Outside Agency: PSO verified person not a stu dent. 3/17/10: Smoking Policy: PSO observed four male student smok ing outside south entrance. Ver bal warning issued. 3/17/10: Noise Complaint: Re port of possible party on campus. PSO checked reported area with negative results. 3/16/10: Assist: Student called regarding community service. Referred to PSS. 3/16/10: Found Property: PSO released black computer adapter to owner. Property report com pleted. 3/15/10: Assist: PSO picked up computer left behind in room E 244 for student. Property report completed/student will pick up Tuesday. 3/15/10: Found Property: PSO retrieved found items to be de stroyed from campus life office. 3/15/10: Meeting: PSO spoke briefly with new student patrol members. School-wide nature photography contest People interested in submitting photos should bring a 5X7 or 4X6 photograph with their name and e-mail address taped on the back to the collection box which will be located in Campus Life & Intercultural Affairs in room E-131 starting Tuesday March The photo judging will take place on Earth Day outside at the designated booth. Anyone can vote! The winner will have their photo displayed in larger proportions in the TL building courtesy of the Society of Environmental Engineering. Any questions should be directed to either Trisha Krens (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Chyna Geib (email@example.com).