Crime Alerts

An alert is required when any crime of murder, rape, aggravated assault, robbery, burglary or motor vehicle theft occurs on campus and is reported to campus security or local police agencies and there is a threat of recurrence to other students or employees. Crime Alerts are issued as soon as possible after an incident has been reported, to provide timely warning to the campus community.

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The following is an alert issued by BJC Public Safety:
An armed robbery of an employee was just reported at the Duncan Central Garage, fourth floor. The suspect is an African American male wearing a white t-shirt. The victim’s car was stolen and later crashed on Taylor. Public safety believes they have the suspect confined in the perimeter of Forest Park and Taylor and the St. Louis Police Department is on the scene.

Please call Public Safety at 314-362-0750 should you have any further concerns. The safety of our employees, patients and visitors is a top priority and we will be providing updates.

As of 1140 hours all activity has shifted to the Central West End near 4465 Laclede Avenue.

THE FOLLOWING CRIME AWARENESS AND PREVENTION TIPS HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED OVER TIME FROM A WIDE VARIETY OF INCIDENTS. THEY ARE OFFERED AS “BEST PRACTICES” FOR VARIED CIRCUMSTANCES RELATED TO ROBBERY AND OTHER CRIMES AGAINST PERSON.

· If confronted, do not argue with an attacker over property.

· Limit walking alone to and from campus whenever possible.

· Make use of complimentary parking on campus after business hours.

· Call for a security escort from Protective Services 314-362-4357

· If you are a victim/witness, immediately call 911 (off campus); 314-362-4357, if on campus.

Crime Prevention (reducing the risk) begins with the individual; be aware of your surroundings at all times whether on or off campus, on the job or relaxing; report incidents in a timely manner to the local law enforcement/security authority.

Crime Prevention (reducing the risk) begins with the individual. Be aware of your surroundings at all times whether on or off campus, on the job or relaxing. Report incidents in a timely manner to the local law enforcement/security authority.