Maybe someone has been framed? On Feb. 2 at 3:17 p.m., Public Safety was dispatched to Sweigart Hall after a female staff member reported a theft. Upon arrival, she said that another staff member noticed a picture was missing from the wall on the first floor. The female staff member said that she had just hung the picture about a week and a half ago, so the picture must have disappeared during that time frame.
It is damaging to hide behind a screen. On Jan. 28 at 9:28 a.m., Public Safety received a forwarded message from a student. The student reported that her friend, also a Rider student, had decided not to join a student association in which she was previously interested. After she chose not to join the association, an association member posted a picture of her with a cartoon head on Instagram. This personally hurt the student, according to her friend.
Are exit signs really worth stealing? On Feb. 1 at 2:55 a.m., Public Safety noticed a theft while conducting a Walk, Talk and Park of Lincoln Hall. An unknown person took the faceplate from the emergency exit sign. Officers checked for suspects and witnesses in the area with no luck. A work order has been placed. Public Safety notes that the offender could be charged with misuse of emergency vehicles and equipment.