crime

Catcalling: should it be criminal?

I asked a street harasser, “Why?” His answer was simple, but spoke volumes.Continue...

Police search for suspect

Kingston Police Force (KPF) are searching for a middle-aged male believed to be responsible for exposing himself to female students outside of the ARC on March 15.Continue...

Robbers nabbed in Stauffer

Before Wednesday, a second-year Queen’s student never would have thought he’d receive death threats over a pizza, let alone a single slice.Continue...

Queen’s sues Samsung

Queen’s and non-for-profit patent organization PARTEQ Innovations have filed a lawsuit against Samsung for using technology developed by a Queen’s professor without permission.Continue...

SMH presidential candidate subject of alleged identity theft

Team SMH presidential candidate Scott Mason has filed a police report regarding an alleged identity theft related to the ownership of four elections-related websites.Continue...

Camera causes alarm

Two weeks after a hidden camera was found in a shower stall in Victoria Hall, no arrests have been made, according to Kingston Police media relations officer Steven Koopman.Continue...

Campus thefts are on the rise

Campus Security has reported an increase in thefts in buildings across campus.Continue...

Potato hurler injures students

Several students on campus are nursing bruises after being pelted by fruits and vegetables near campus.Continue...

Increase in sexual assaults

The number of sexual assaults in Kingston have increased from 66 cases in 2011 to 112 cases between January to September this year, according to the Kingston Police quarterly report released earlier this month.Continue...

Thieves drawn to student areas

For the past two years, University Ave. has had one of the highest amounts of thefts in the
Student Ghetto.Continue...

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