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Timely Warning: Motor Vehicle Theft (4/15/19)
Incident Location: 1900 SUNNYSIDE AV
Date Reported/Discovered: 4/15/2019
Time Reported: 11:15 PM EDT
Incident: At approximately 11:15 PM, a black 2018 Volkswagon Golf Wagon was stolen from the 1900 block of Sunnyside Av. The registered owner advised he left his vehicle running and was away from the vehicle when it was taken. The student was not injured during the incident.
Suspect(s): 2 black males, unknown clothing description
Safety Information and Protective Steps
Many auto thefts are crimes of "opportunity". Leaving the keys in your car (even a "hidden" spare key) greatly increases your chances of having your car stolen.
- Don't leave your keys in your car
- Secure your windows doors whenever you leave your car, regardless of how long you plan to be gone
- Park in well‐lit areas
- Do not leave valuables and packages in your car
- Immediately report any suspicious activity on campus to UNCSA Police and Public Safety 336-770-3362
For additional valuable crime prevention information visit https://www.uncsa.edu/mysa/police/
- UNCSA Police Department: 336-770-3362, 2010 Kenan Drive, http://www.uncsa.edu/mysa/police/report-crime.aspx
- Winston Salem Police Department: 911
This information is being released in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The Clery Act requires all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs to keep and disclose information about crime on and near their respective campuses, including timely warnings of crimes that may represent a threat to the safety of students or employees.
Safety Notice- Off Campus Incident (4/7/19)
On April 7, 2019 at approximately 10:25 pm, Winston Salem City Police Department conducted a traffic stop near the greenway underneath highway 52. Four individuals were encountered in the vehicle. 3 subjects are in custody after a gun was discovered, and the other subject fled the city officers. The city’s tracking K9s are actively attempting to locate the suspect. At this time, tracks are leading towards the Main Street/Waughtown area, but not onto campus. UNCSA police officers are circulating the area, assisting with security checks on campus and the campus perimeter, but at this time it is not believed they came onto campus.
The suspect pursed as described as black male wearing an orange hoodie, black pants, possibly wearing a backpack. Subject is possibly armed with a gun.
The Winston Salem Police Department is investigating and would like your help in identifying the suspect.
-Walk in pairs and/or groups at night.
-Walk in well lit areas.
-UNCSA Police provide security escorts from anywhere on campus. Escorts may be completed by vehicle, golf cart or by foot patrol.
Safety Notice - Off Campus Incident (3/21/2019)
On Wednesday afternoon, March 20, 2019, the Winston Salem Police Department was notified of an incident which occurred off campus, on the Salem Creek Greenway near the 1200 block of Broad Street. The location is near our campus on the opposite side of the YWCA on Broad Street. The incident is described as an assault and stabbing. The suspect was riding a one-wheeled skateboard and knocked the victim down, during which the victim suffered the other injuries as well. The victim was treated at the hospital and released.
The Winston Salem Police Department is investigating and would like your help in identifying the suspect who was described by the victim as a black male in his 20s, thin, wearing a burgundy jacket and orange pants, riding a one-wheeled skateboard.
-Walk in pairs and/or groups at night.
-Walk in well lit areas.
-Remain aware of your surroundings at all times.
“This message is not an emergency notification or timely warning required by the Department of Education for compliance with the Clery Act.”
UNCSA ALERT is the University of North Carolina School of the Arts emergency notification system. UNCSA ALERT is used for timely emergency notifications over a wide range of communication channels which include:
- Text messages
- UNCSA’s Facebook and Twitter pages
The cost to participate is free, however, standard text messaging fees will apply from your carrier. Text messages will come from 23177 or 63079. Save these numbers as UNCSA ALERT in your cellphone so you can quickly recognize these numbers as the official sources of UNCSA ALERT messages.
How do I sign-up for UNCSA ALERT?
Faculty, staff, and students can sign-up for UNCSA ALERT with your E-Z Arts ID number and UNCSA email or phone number. You can add up to 10 phone numbers and 4 email addresses to include parents and relatives. Follow the step-by-step instructions to register for UNCSA ALERT.
Returning Students and Employees need to reset password
It is strongly encouraged returning students and employees sign into UNCSA Alert to make any changes or additions to your account and to update your password. Your password expires 12 months from the time you last reset it or created an account.
Parents and relatives of students can only add their contact information after their student has created an account. Once the student has created an account, parents and relatives can add their contact information one of the following ways:
- Log in using your student’s username/password and add your own contact information.
- Have your student add your contact information.
- Contact the Site Administrator to update your student’s account with your contact information.
Note: When you add additional phone numbers in UNCSA ALERT you will receive a confirmation text message.
|A message sent reference an incident or condition that requires immediate attention as required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act or Clery Act.|
|Timely Warnings||A message sent about crimes that have already occurred but represent an ongoing threat and will aid in the prevention of similar crimes as required by the Clery Act.|
|Safety Notices||A message sent out to inform the UNCSA community of general safety information.|
A message informing of threaten weather conditions.
The system integrity is being tested. UNCSA ALERT tests are conducted on the first Wednesday of each month at 10 a.m. Monthly tests only include text message and email. Full system tests are conducted in February and September that includes phone, email, text and emergency speakers.
For additional information and assistance contact:
Emergency Management Coordinator