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Robbery

On 05/25/2017, a robbery occurred on Campus Dr near Avery Mall, at 12:00am. Suspects are described as two black male adults with braids or dread lock hair. Both males approximately 6 foot, last seen wearing all dark clothing. Suspects fled on foot.


Take measures to protect yourself and stay away from the area until the situation has been resolved. Lock doors and windows. Call 911 to report suspicious activity to the Stanford Police.

Updates will be posted at on this page when available.

Burglary

The Stanford Police received a report of multiple burglaries in the NG House on Serra Street, Friday, 05/12/17, at approximately 4pm.

Witnesses describe the suspect as a black female adult, late 20-30 years of age, 5’4”, wearing a yellow dress with a red or dark colored sweatshirt. She was carrying a blue backpack and reported to have left the building in an unknown direction.

The Stanford police encourage individuals to keep their doors and windows locked. Additionally, we ask the community to report suspicious and criminal activity to the police as soon as possible.

Anyone with additional information should contact the Stanford Police at 650-329-2413.

Additional information will be posted on this page as it becomes available.

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Battery

STANFORD PD: 05/07/2017, Reported battery on the East side of campus at 12:54. The suspect is described to be a light to medium skin adult male unshaven, approximately 20 years of age. The suspect is about 6’1 wearing a red and white Cavaliers jersey. Be alert & protect yourself. Updates when available at https://police.stanford.e0 yourself. Updates when available at https://police.stanford.e0

Attempted Burglary

At 10:00am this morning Public Safety was notified of an attempted Burglary. On 5/6/17, a student on the first floor of Roble Hall (Wing B) heard noises at his window. He went to the window and observed a suspect holding his window screen open. The suspect immediately fled from the scene in an unknown direction. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male adult, 30’s, dark skin, short dark hair, 5’9", heavy build.

The Stanford police encourage individuals to keep their doors and windows locked. Additionally, we ask the community to report suspicious and criminal activity to the police as soon as possible.

Anyone with additional information should contact the Stanford Police at 650-329-2413.

Additional information, will be posted on this site as it becomes available.

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Prowling Arrest

On Monday, May 1st, at approx. 3:10pm, Stanford deputies arrested and booked Jun Nicdao PEGARIDO into the San Jose Main Jail on a charge of Prowling that occurred minutes earlier at a residence on the 500 block of Gerona Road. He is also under investigation as a possible suspect in the Indecent Exposure incidents that occurred on April 18th and 30th, as well as any similar incidents in the past on campus. The University has banned PEGARIDO from entering the campus. A photo of PERGARIDO and an associated vehicle (2016 Toyota Tundra 4×4, Black, CA. License Plate 92383X1 is included. If he or his vehicle is observed on campus, please report it immediately to Stanford Department of Public Safety by dialing 9-1-1.

Sexual Battery 4/26/17 5:25 PM

STANFORD PD: On April 27, 2017, at 5:25 PM, Stanford deputies were dispatched to a call of a sexual battery on the second floor of the Mitchell Earth Sciences building. A female staff member reported that a man came up behind her while she was at a water fountain and grabbed her buttocks.

Deputies identified and contacted the suspect, a 24-year-old Caucasian male who has no university affiliation, last seen wearing a red Stanford sweatshirt and black jeans. The victim declined to press charges in this misdemeanor crime not committed in the presence of police, so the police escorted the suspect off campus. This person does not match the description of the suspect who groped two women on April 7, 2017.

The information about this incident is being reported to you in accordance with the Clery Act. The remainder of this email provides information about preventing and reporting sexual assault.

  • Ignorance of the law or of university policy concerning sexual assault, sexual misconduct and sexual harassment is not a defense.
  • Receive affirmative consent from your partner before engaging in sexual activity.
  • Perpetrators may attempt to use alcohol to facilitate a sexual assault. Statistically, the majority of reported sexual assaults occur while one or both parties are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Alcohol or drugs may impair one’s ability to judge whether or not consent has been given, but it is never an excuse for choosing to violate another person.
  • There are a number of drugs that may be added to beverages with the intent of altering the consciousness or incapacitating a person without their knowledge. These drugs are particularly dangerous when combined with alcohol and often produce amnesia, leaving a victim unclear about what occurred afterward. These drugs can facilitate criminal activity; most often acts of sexual misconduct or sexual assault.

    If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, or if you aren’t sure whether you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, there are a number of resources available to you at Stanford to inform you of your options and to support you in whatever path you choose to take in addressing the incident. For more information contact:

    CONFIDENTIAL COUNSELING:
    Stanford Confidential Support Team
    https://vaden.stanford.edu/get-help-now/sexual-assault
    650-726-6933 or 650-725-9955 (after hours)

    YWCA Silicon Valley Rape Crisis Hotline
    650-493-7273

    CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services)
    650-723-3785
    https://vaden.stanford.edu/caps-and-wellness/counseling-and-psychological-services-caps

    Faculty Staff Help Center
    650-723-4577
    https://cardinalatwork.stanford.edu/faculty-staff-help-center

    NON-CONFIDENTIAL RESOURCES AND REPORTING:
    Title IX Office
    https://titleix.stanford.edu
    650-497-4955

    Sexual Assault and Relationship Abuse (SARA) Office
    https://sara.stanford.edu

    Police
    911 (emergency)
    650-329-2413 (non-emergency)
    650-723-9633 (8am-5pm)
    https://police.stanford.edu

    ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:
    Sexual Harassment Policy Office
    https://harass.stanford.edu

    Stanford Sexual Assault Support & Resources (Not Alone website)
    https://notalone.stanford.edu
    https://stanford.app.box.com/sexual-assault-resources (handout)

Sexual Battery-Long or Updated message

FR STANFORD PD: On 04/07/2017, two reported sexual batteries occurred at the 600 block and the 800 block of Escondido Rd. The first assault occurred on the 600 block of Escondido road at approximately 10:40pm. During the first assault, the suspect approached the female victim from behind while she was walking east on Escondido Rd. The suspect groped her from behind before continuing east down Escondido Rd. The subject was described as a bald, white male adult, approximately 5’6", wearing a blue jacket and beige pants.

The second assault occurred on the 800 block of Escondido road at approximately 11:00pm. The suspect approached the female victim from behind while she was jogging west on Escondido Rd. The suspect groped her from behind and fled east down Escondido Rd. The subject was described as a short, bald, white male adult wearing a dark track suit.

Be alert & protect yourself. Updates when available at emergency.stanford.edu.

If you have information about this crime, please call the Stanford University Department of Public Safety at (650) 329-2413.

Stanford University does not tolerate sexual assault, sexual misconduct or sexual harassment. The university encourages anyone who has been sexually assaulted or subject to other forms of sexual misconduct or harassment to report the incident to university officials.

The information about this incident is being reported to you in accordance with the Clery Act. The remainder of this email provides information about preventing and reporting sexual assault.

  • Ignorance of the law or of university policy concerning sexual assault, sexual misconduct and sexual harassment is not a defense.
  • Receive affirmative consent from your partner before engaging in sexual activity.
  • Perpetrators may attempt to use alcohol to facilitate a sexual assault. Statistically, the majority of reported sexual assaults occur while one or both parties are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Alcohol or drugs may impair one’s ability to judge whether or not consent has been given, but it is never an excuse for choosing to violate another person.
  • There are a number of drugs that may be added to beverages with the intent of altering the consciousness or incapacitating a person without their knowledge. These drugs are particularly dangerous when combined with alcohol and often produce amnesia, leaving a victim unclear about what occurred afterward. These drugs can facilitate criminal activity; most often acts of sexual misconduct or sexual assault.

    If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, or if you aren’t sure whether you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, there are a number of resources available to you at Stanford to inform you of your options and to support you in whatever path you choose to take in addressing the incident. For more information contact:

    CONFIDENTIAL COUNSELING:
    Stanford Confidential Support Team
    https://vaden.stanford.edu/get-help-now/sexual-assault
    650-726-6933 or 650-725-9955 (after hours)

    YWCA Silicon Valley Rape Crisis Hotline
    650-493-7273

    CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services)
    650-723-3785
    https://vaden.stanford.edu/caps-and-wellness/counseling-and-psychological-services-caps

    Faculty Staff Help Center
    650-723-4577
    https://cardinalatwork.stanford.edu/faculty-staff-help-center

    NON-CONFIDENTIAL RESOURCES AND REPORTING:
    Title IX Office
    https://titleix.stanford.edu
    650-497-4955

    Sexual Assault and Relationship Abuse (SARA) Office
    https://sara.stanford.edu

    Police
    911 (emergency)
    650-329-2413 (non-emergency)
    650-723-9633 (8am-5pm)
    https://police.stanford.edu

    ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:
    Sexual Harassment Policy Office
    https://harass.stanford.edu

    Stanford Sexual Assault Support & Resources (Not Alone website)
    https://notalone.stanford.edu
    https://stanford.app.box.com/sexual-assault-resources (handout)

    Stanford Actions on Sexual Assault
    https://notalone.stanford.edu/stanford-actions-sexual-assault

Sexual Battery Just Occurred

STANFORD PD: 04/07/2017, 2 Reported sexual batteries occurred on Escondido Rd. Be alert & protect yourself. Updates available at https://police.stanford.edu

Reported Sexual Assault

Today, March 6, 2017, a female reported to Stanford DPS that a male student sexually assaulted her in the early morning hours on Saturday, March 4, 2017 in a student residence located on the east side of campus.  No additional information about this incident is available at this time. 

If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, or if you aren’t sure whether you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, there are a number of resources to support you and provide information about options. For resources and information visit: https://titleix.stanford.edu/

The information about this incident is being reported to you in accordance with the Clery Act.

Update: Sexual Battery 9/18/15 10:01

STANFORD PD: 9/18/15 10:23PM SEXUAL BATTERY UPDATE: The suspect was apprehended by SUDPS without further incident.

Burglary Residential 8-31-2015

Sometime between midnight August 31st and 9am September 1st, a residential burglary occurred in the 800 block of Tolman Dr. in the faculty/staff housing area on the Stanford campus. It is believed that the suspect(s) entered the home through an unlocked sliding glass door, as there was no evidence of forced entry. Occupants were not aware of the entry as they were sleeping in another room. The occupants were not harmed. The suspect(s) took a laptop and keys to a vehicle that was parked on the street. The vehicle was also taken and has not been recovered.

Stanford police is actively investigating this crime and wants to remind the community to take appropriate safety and security precautions in order to avoid becoming a victim.

– Do not leave doors or windows unlocked even when the residence is occupied

– If you are responsible for property which has been stolen that contains sensitive or confidential data, report the theft immediately to the university?s Privacy Office at (650) 725-1828 or privacy@stanford.edu.

– The university strongly encourages individuals to encrypt their laptops and mobile devices. Information about ways to best protect your electronic devices can be found at http://www.stanford.edu/group/security/securecomputing/

– More importantly, if you observe any suspicious activity or behavior such as an individual loitering around residences or buildings, peering into windows, and/or trying door handles, call 9-1-1 immediately.

If you are the victim of a crime, please report it immediately to the local law enforcement jurisdiction. If you have any questions, concerns, or would like additional information about crime prevention or would like a free home security assessment, please call the Department of Public Safety at (650)723-9633 or visit http://web.stanford.edu/group/SUDPS/

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