On April 8 at 3 a.m., PS received a report that there was a dispute between a male and a female on the 12th floor of Estabrook Hall. PS responded and found the students engaging in a verbal dispute. The dispute was resolved and both students were issued referrals to the Office of Community Standards.
On April 8, a Hofstra administrator from the department of computer science reported that several computer parts were taken from different labs in Adams Hall over the past year. An investigation is being conducted.
On April 8, a Hofstra student reported that she lost her ID card on March 23. She also reported that on April 6, Card Services informed her that another person tried to gain access to a Hofstra University building using her lost ID. The card was then canceled.
On April 9 at 5:10 a.m., a PS officer discovered a male sleeping inside a room in the law school. The male was apprehended and transported into the Hofstra Information Center where he was identified as a previously banned nonstudent. The Hempstead Police Department was notified, responded and arrested the individual for trespassing.
On April 9, a vendor in the Food Show reported that she discovered a food chopper was stolen from her booth located in the arena. The food chopper, valued at $34, was taken between 4:30 p.m. on April 8 and 7 a.m. on April 9. Police assistance was declined.
On April 10, a Hofstra visitor reported that she returned to her vehicle on the north side of the arena after working for the Home Improvement Show to find derogatory letters scratched onto the driver’s side of her vehicle.
On April 10, an RA reported that she smelled the odor of Marijuana coming from a room in Quincy House. PS responded and in entering the room, found a bong, a grinder, a butane lighter and trace amounts of marijuana in plain sight. The resident of the room was also present. The paraphernalia was confiscated and the resident was issued a referral to the Office of Community Standards.
On April 11, a Hofstra student reported to PS that she has been continuously harassed on the social media app Yik Yak since March 28.
On April 11, PS received a report that a student who has been barred from attending any Greek activities was present at a Greek event on the soccer field. PS responded, escorted the individual out of the stadium and issued him a referral to the Office of Community Standards.
On April 13, a Hofstra student reported that she discovered key scratch marks on the hood and right side of her vehicle when she returned to her car near the Butler Annex building. Police assistance was declined.
On April 14, A Hofstra staff member reported to PS that two personal laptops, a black bag, two laptop chargers, an iPhone lightning cable and three notebooks were taken from underneath his desk in room 107 in the Student Center. These items were taken at some time between 2:30 p.m. on April 13 and 9 a.m. on April 14. The NCPD responded and took a report. An investigation is being conducted.
On April 14, a Hofstra faculty member reported that an unknown person took his laptop computer from his office in Gittleson Hall at some time between 1:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. on April 13. An investigation is being conducted.
On April 14, a Hofstra student reported that she left her phone unattended on the counter of Dutch Treats at 8:30 p.m. After leaving with her food, she returned approximately 10 minutes later and discovered her phone was missing. When she tried to track her phone via Find My iPhone, she discovered that the function was turned off. Police assistance was declined.
On April 14 at 9:50 p.m., an RSR assigned to the Netherlands South security booth reported that a Hofstra student attempted to enter the complex without swiping. The RSR confronted the student and told him he would have to wait for PS to respond because he violated the ID policy. The student became verbally abusive to the RSR and PS issued him a referral to the Office of Community Standards.