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Public Safety just sent out a crime alert for a robbery which occurred today at 5:50 pm, on Riverside Drive at 112th. A Columbia undergrad was robbed of his iPhone at knife point. Check out the alert for more details and remember, nowhere is safe…

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At 11:50, Public Safety informed the Columbia community that the suspect’s car had been located on 123rd street, but the suspect was nowhere to be found. Police are now searching for him “in the vicinity of 121st street and Broadway.” There are also helicopters flying over campus, helping with the manhunt. So if see a […]

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This morning, CU Pub Safe sent out email and text notifications that a man was shot in the leg on Amsterdam between 119th and 120th late last night at around 3 am.  The man was not affiliated with Columbia and was taken to St. Luke’s with non-life-threatening injuries.  The shooter fled into Morningside Park.  NYPD […]

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Public safety has issued an alert warning of the robbery of some items from Lewisohn Hall, between 6:00pm September 17 and 8:00am September 18, by a man identified as John Morales. The original warning follows. Please contact public safety with more information.

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Barnard students received a (curiously worded…) security alert about several thefts around campus.  Keep on the lookout!  Full report as follows: A male black is wanted for several thefts on the Morningside campus. On August 16, 2012, he stole a laptop in Schemerhorn. On August 20, 2012, he stole an I-Phone in CEPSR. On August […]

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Scary stuff. Public Safety just warned the Columbia community that a little after midnight last night, two students were robbed while walking through Morningside Park. The two were approached by five or six males, one of which showed the students his gun. Here’s the full report: On April 30, 2012 at about 12:18 a.m. two […]

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Really frightening news: Public Safety just warned Columbia students about an attempted sexual assault and a mugging earlier this weekend. On Friday evening, a woman jogging in Riverside Park was nearly sexually assaulted. Later that night, a man was robbed on Claremont Avenue and LaSalle St (up by 125th street). Here are the two alerts […]

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Public Safety has just sent out an alert that a student’s phone was snatched this afternoon near 114th St. and Amsterdam Ave. More information and an image of the subjects below. “A common element in these incidents is that the victims are not paying attention to their surroundings, distracted by the device in question. Quite […]

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An alert has come in from Public Safety concerning a student robbery on Riverside Drive a few days ago. The full update below, and photographs of the suspects: A student has reported that he was the victim of a robbery on February 17, 2012 at about 8:45 p.m. as he was walking near 500 Riverside […]

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