Monday, March 16: A staff was injured walking down a ramp on campus. The staff was transported to the health center for assistance. Tuesday, March 17: No incidents reported on this date. Wednesday, March 18: An officer contacted a subject who was observed taking food items from Lancers Pass without paying. The subject was escorted off campus. Lancers Pass didn’t wish to prosecute the subject. A staff member reported a female transient roaming around the piazza. The transient was escorted off campus. Transients were escorted …
Blotter: Four reported hit-and-runs
Monday, March 2: Facilities reported a suspicious male walking near the Child Development Center. The suspect was seen observing the center as he walked around the area. An officer conducted an area check for the subject, though the subject was unable to be located. An officer observed a suspicious vehicle with one subject inside parked in Lot 10 and made contact. The subject was asked to leave the area. A transient was reported bathing inside of the men’s restroom at the Community Education Center. An …
The state of homelessness at PCC
The PCC Police Department (PCCPD) receives daily and continuous reports from students and staff of transients on campus taunting students with objects, setting up camp in the library, showering in the locker rooms and sleeping in the elevators prompting responding officers to escort them off campus.
Pro/Con: Starbucks pulls the plug on patrons
Starbucks began removing outlets in stores this past March in an effort to reduce transient traffic as well as Wi-Fi squatters, what are your thoughts on this move and is it effective?
PCC’s sustainability seeks a step-up
As climate change continues to affect the world with rising temperatures, increasing sea levels, and unusual heat waves, PCC looks to reduce their carbon footprint and increase methods of sustainability, but their print remains.