On March 24, a student reported that he was punched in the face numerous times by another Hofstra student in Bangers bar on March 22. The assaulted student said the attack was unprovoked. Police assistance was declined and the student that assaulted him was issued a referral to the Office of Community Standards.
On March 24, an RA reported that she heard loud music coming from a room in Stuyvesant Hall. When she knocked on the door, the resident opened the door and the RA smelled alcohol coming from the room. Nine additional people were also inside. PS responded, cleared the room and issued referrals to the Office of Community Standards.
On March 26 at 11:35 p.m., a PS officer on patrol observed someone who had previously been banned from the campus in the Student Center. PS apprehended the individual and escorted him to the Information Center, where the NCPD responded and took the individual into custody for trespassing.
On March 26 at 12:10 p.m., a PS officer on patrol in the 12th floor lounge of Bill of Rights Hall discovered there was vandalism to a window and table. There were no witnesses. The incident was reported to the plant department for repair and police assistance was declined.
On March 31, a Hofstra administrator reported to PS that two medical students told her they had left four Xbox controllers and several video games in the lounge of room 142 in the School of Medicine. When they returned, the property, valued at over $700, was missing. An investigation is being conducted.
On April 1 at 1 a.m., an RA in Constitution Hall reported to PS that a student who he had written up for failure to comply and violation of the ID policy was harassing him in the RA office. PS responded and issued the student a referral to the Office of Community Standards for harassment.
On April 1, PS received a report of a suspicious person in the Student Center. PS responded, confronted the individual and identified him as a former Hofstra University student. When questioned he could not provide a viable reason for being on campus. He was escorted to the Information Center and banned from the campus.
On April 3, a PS officer observed a nonstudent male lighting a flare inside the James M. Shuart Stadium during a Cosmos soccer game. The nonstudent was apprehended and escorted to the Information Center where he was banned from campus. There were no injuries or damage to Hofstra property.
On April 4 at 4:30 a.m., a PS officer on patrol observed an individual wandering on the main campus. The individual was confronted and identified as a nonstudent. When questioned he could not provide a viable reason for being on campus. He was escorted to the Information Center where he was banned from campus.
On April 4, a staff member reported that she observed a student removing a black box containing a gift from the Health Professional’s office in the Hofstra Dome. PS responded to the location, apprehended the student and issued the student a referral to the Office of Community Standards.
On April 4 at 10:30 a.m., a faculty member reported that when he returned to his office in 113 Roosevelt Hall after spring break, he discovered that an advanced engineering math textbook, valued at $200, was missing. The book was left on top of his desk. There were no witnesses. An investigation is being conducted.
On April 6, a student reported that a male student verbally harassed her on April 5 while studying in the library. The male was issued a referral to the Office of Community Standards.
On April 6, a law student reported that she observed scratch marks on the hood of her vehicle when she returned to her car in the parking lot in front of the Law School. Police assistance was declined. An investigation will be conducted.
On April 7 at 10 p.m., a staff member reported to PS that she found the doors and hood of her vehicle were opened and a bag containing $5 was taken from it as it was parked in the East Circle parking lot. Police assistance was declined. There was no damage to the vehicle.
On April 7, a student reported to PS that he left his backpack with his wallet, car keys and a MacBook Pro in a room in the Law School. When he returned an hour later, he discovered that his backpack was missing. A short while afterwards, he was also informed by his banking company that there was $15 in illegal purchases on his credit card. He canceled the card and a police report was filed with the Hempstead Police Department.
On April 8 at 3 a.m., PS received a report of a loud dispute between a male and a female on the 12th floor of Constitution Hall. PS responded and identified the two students. The dispute was calmed and both students were issued referrals to the Office of Community Standards.
On April 8 at 12:30 a.m., an RSR in Netherlands South reported that a student was being rude and threw his ID card at the RSR as he entered the building at 11:50 p.m. A referral to the Office of Community Standards will be issued to the student.