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On Wednesday, 4/22/09, at approximately 10:35AM, two of the three suspects involved in the 4/6/09 office thefts attempted to enter The Graduate Center. The suspects were detained, NYPD was called and the suspects were taken into custody. The NYPD Detective assigned to the case reported that both suspects confessed and provided valuable information concerning the third suspect. He also said that there was a possibility that some of the stolen property might be recovered. Read more
On Monday, 4/6/09, between 2:20PM and 3:15PM, there were four separate reports of office theft in the building. Pocket books, wallets and portable electronic devices were taken. In three of the cases, the property was left unsecured in unoccupied and open offices. Read more
The thefts are being investigated and The Graduate Center will call upon the NYPD for assistance with this investigation. Read more
Certain types of crime increase during the holiday season. In the past, there have been reports of on-campus theft during this period. Read more
On Tuesday, 8/12/08, at 10:20AM and 10:25AM, an unidentified male approached two staff members in their offices. He asked them for money using the pretext that he needed cab fare to visit his pregnant girlfriend who was beaten by her father. Read more
On 2/1/08 and on 2/6/08, you received invitations to sign up for CUNY Alert, a new, secure, web-based emergency notification system that allows students, staff and faculty to receive text or voice notifications of campus emergencies or weather related closings. Read more
On Friday 2/1/08, you received an invitation to sign up for CUNY Alert, a new emergency notification tool that allows students, staff and faculty to receive text or voice notifications of campus emergencies or weather related closings. Read more