Situation Report and Security Bulletin

SITUATION REPORT
Monday, 17 September 2007
The Situation Report of 17 September 2007, with relevant photos, is posted at http://www.admu.edu.ph/index.php?p=120&type=2&sec=26&aid=4166
It may also be downloaded as a Word file from http://www.ateneo.edu/upp/sitrep_doc/Sitrep_170907.doc

TRAFFIC: The number of accidents on and off-campus seem to be increasing. These accidents can be avoided if greater care is exercised in driving on and off-campus.

At 4:30 p.m. Thursday, 13 September an LS student accidentally backed-up against an incoming JR car going to Lucas Infirmary of LHS.

At 8:35 p.m., Thursday, 13 September a Lancer heading to the flyover rammed a Hi-Lux van that came from Jollibee and crossed Katipunan to make a U-turn near Gate 2.5.

Red sedan that hit a motorcycle when the driver opened the door while driving to spit. The driver refused to report the accident until the police mobile patrol was called for assistance.

Early last Saturday morning, 15 September the motorcycle of Ateneo personnel was hit by the door of a Lancer. The driver opened the car’s door to spit and hit a motorcycle beside it. This happened at the shortcut road from A. Bonifacio to Katipunan service road. The motorcyclist was slightly injured.

ACET: Traffic was heavy last Saturday and Sunday for the ACET exams. MMDA and QC Traffic Aides managed traffic in the area.

Shuttle vans provided by the Office of Admission and Aid to bring examinees from Gate 2 and Gate 3 to the High School and Grade School. Many students walked to the exam venue.

SECURITY: The PNP Precinct 9 is acknowledged and commended for fast and result oriented actions on crimes committed in the campus. The suspects in the car break-in at the North carpark and the intruder in Manila Observatory and San Jose Seminary were very quickly identified and found because of PSupt Oscar V Palisoc’s quick action .

Precinct 9 has been most helpful in attending to complaints and equally effective in solving crimes on campus.

REMINDER: Dogs not registered with the Ateneo will not be allowed on campus starting 1 October 2007.

All dog owners bringing their pets to the campus will be required to register their dogs with Campus Security. Registration Forms are available at the Security Office. Dog owners must:

Keep their dogs on a leash.
Clean up after these animals.
Be responsible for injury or damage done by their pets.

Quezon City and Marikina City have ordinances requiring all dogs to be registered and vaccinated with anti-rabies. In compliance with these ordinances, stray dogs will be impounded and turned over to either Marikina City or Quezon City . Campus security will require dog owners to show registration papers or the collars of their dogs.





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SECURITY BULLETIN Thursday, 20 September 2007


REMINDER: Unregistered dogs will not be allowed on campus starting 1 October 2007.

All dog owners bringing their pets to the campus will be required to register their dogs with Campus Security. Registration Forms are available at the Security Office. Dog owners must:

1. Keep their dogs on a leash.
2. Clean up after these animals.
3. Be responsible for injury or damage done by their pets.

Quezon City and Marikina City have ordinances requiring all dogs to be registered and vaccinated with anti-rabies. In compliance with these ordinances, stray dogs will be impounded and turned over to either Marikina City or Quezon City . Campus security will require dog owners to show registration papers or registration collar tags of their dogs.





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Please email comments to iescuadro@ateneo.edu
Visit the University Physical Plant website at http://www.ateneo.edu/index.php?p=472