Don’t Let Your Bike Be A Target May 15, 2015 – For immediate release In 2014 the Department of University Safety investigated 29 reports of stolen bicycles from Carleton University campus. All of the reports included cable or chain locks being cut by thieves. The Department of University Safety... More
Department of University Safety
The Department of University Safety is a department of the Finance and Administration Division of Carleton University. The department consists of Patrol Services, Parking Services, Technical Services and the Carleton University Student Emergency Response Team (CUSERT) to address the needs of the community for personal safety, protection of property and parking needs. We also have a community liaison officer who provides crime prevention services, liaises with various community groups and offers presentations on personal safety and crime prevention programs.
Campus Safety News
Mar 3, 2015 – For immediate release The Department of University Safety and the National Capital Region Area Crime Stoppers are looking for the public’s assistance in identifying a male who is believed to be responsible for a theft at Carleton University. On Wednesday January 28, 2014 at... More
Mar 3, 2015 – For immediate release Parking Lot 2 (located in front of the Bookstore) will be closed on Tuesday, March 3 from 7 a.m. till 4 p.m. to accommodate a crane and work at the Steacie Building. As a result, overnight parking will not be available on Monday, March 2 as of 10... More
Feb. 23, 2015 – For immediate release On Saturday Feb. 21, 2015, three members from Carleton University’s Department of University Safety participated in the 2015 Polar Plunge in support of the Special Olympics. This year is the first year this event has been held in Ottawa. The Department’s... More
Feb. 18, 2015 Please be advised there will be construction work being conducted on the O-Train overpass bridge at Campus Ave. on Thursday, Feb. 19 between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. As a result, there will be traffic delays on Campus Ave. and motorists are advised to avoid the area, if possible. OC... More