Whether due to the lack of students on campus or an abundance of holiday spirit, HUPD has responded to extraordinarily few incidents over the last few weeks. With four consecutive days of “no incidents to report” and no reports of stolen bikes or computers, Harvard appears to be a rather quiet place in the absence the majority of its undergraduates. As part of our Securitas series, we’ve combed through HUPD log entries from the last few weeks and published some of the more colorful entries below.
BY THE NUMBERS
Days with "no incidents to report": 4
Reports of "vandalism": 5
Reports of "suspicious activity": 6
Reports of "unwanted guest[s]": 5
Noise complaints: 2
Dec. 22, 2010
Trespass Warning (6:19 p.m.)
CGIS Knafel Building, 1737 Cambridge St., Cambridge
Officer dispatched to a report of an individual viewing a pornographic website on a computer. Officer arrived, located the individual and conducted a field interview. The individual was checked for wants/warrants with negative results. The individual was issued a trespass warning for all Harvard University property and sent on their way.
Dec. 28, 2010
Suspicious Activity (7:23 p.m.)
Lamont Gate, 60 Harvard Yard, Cambridge