Forcible Sex Offense-Unknown

 

Timely Warning
Possible Threat to the Community
“Your Right to Know”
Mar 03, 2017
Date and Time of Incident:

Mar 2nd 2017 at 07:00pm

Type of Report:

Forcible Sex Offense-unknown

Incident Number:

15-17-0352

Reported Offense:

A Sexual Assault was reported to the Bern Township Police Department on 03/03/2017 at approximately 03:45 AM. The victim, a Penn State student, reported that an assault occurred on 03/02/2017 at approximately 07:00 PM while walking on a trail located in the Grings Mill Park in Bern Township.

Location Description:

The incident reportedly occurred in the Grings Mill Park located in Bern Township. The area is an off campus location but in close proximity to Penn State Berks Campus.

Safety tips:

  • Perpetrators are responsible for sexual assaults. Perpetrators take advantage of vulnerability and seek opportunities to commit sexual assaults.
  • Report all suspicious persons, vehicles, and activities to your University Police department immediately.
  • Tell someone you trust your destination and planned time of return.
  • Trust your instincts. If you feel unsafe, get to a safe place and call for help.

It can be assumed that conditions continue to exist that may pose a threat to members and guests of the University community. It is the duty of the administration to warn of possible “dangerous conditions” on or near the campus, and at affiliate organizations off campus; an “affirmative duty” exists to warn persons associated with the University of possible peril at the hands of some third party or parties.

Penn State University Police at 610-396-6111 Tulpehocken Road P.O.Box 7009 Reading, PA. 19610

Timely Warning-Forcible Sex Offense-Known

“This warning addresses a report of sexual misconduct. Resources are available on and off campus to provide assistance. Visit www.psu.edu/hotlines for support.”

Timely Warning
Possible Threat to the Community
“Your Right to Know”
Sep 29, 2015
Report Type:

Forcible Sex Offense-known

Incident Number:

15-15-1540

Reported Offense:

An Indecent Assault was reported to the Residence Life Staff on September 28th, 2015. The reported assault allegedly occurred on 09/07/2015 in the Residence Halls (Village Complex) at Penn State Berks. The victim, a student, reported that a “known” male inappropriately touched her without her consent earlier this month.

Location Description:

The incident reportedly occurred in the Village Residence Halls (Village Complex) at Penn State Berks which is located on Clary Drive adjacent to Tulpehocken Road.

Appearance of suspect is reported to be:
Race: White
Sex: Male
Height: 70″
Weight: 150-160
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
Age: 18
Additional Description: Suspect is known to the victim. Investigation to continue.
Safety Tips:
  • Get verbal consent from your partner, and don’t assume you know what the other person wants.
  • Don’t feel obligated to do anything you don’t want to. “I don’t want to” is always a good enough reason.
  • Trust your instincts. If you feel unsafe, get to a safe place and call for help.
  • Listen to your partner. If you are getting unclear messages, stop.

It can be assumed that conditions continue to exist that may pose a threat to members and guests of the University community. It is the duty of the administration to warn of possible “dangerous conditions” on or near the campus, and at affiliate organizations off campus; an “affirmative duty” exists to warn persons associated with the University of possible peril at the hands of some third party or parties.

Penn State University Police at 610-396-6111 Tulpehocken Road P.O.Box 7009 Reading, PA. 19610

Sexual Assault-08/27/2015

SEXUAL ASSAULT

TIMELY WARNING

Possible Threat to the Community

“Your Right to Know”

08/27/2015

REPORTED OFFENSE: A Sexual Assault was reported to have occurred in the University’s Residence Halls (Village Residence Halls) at approximately 05:00 PM-05:30 PM on Tuesday, 08/25/2015. Location of the incident was in the Village Residence Halls, south portion of campus, adjacent to Tulpehocken Road and Berkshire Blvd. at Penn State Berks Campus. The victim; a student, reported that a known male student inappropriately touched her, etc.

SUSPECT: The suspect is known to the victim.

It can be assumed that conditions continue to exist that may pose a threat to members and guests of the University community. It is the duty of the institution to warn of possible “dangerous conditions” on or near the campus, and at affiliate organizations off campus; an “affirmative duty” exists to warn persons associated with this University of possible peril at the hands of some third party or parties.

*Crime Prevention tip(s) for specific crime (Get verbal consent from your partner, and don’t assume you know what the other person wants.)(Trust your instincts. If you feel unsafe, get to a safe place and call for help.)

If you have any information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact:

Penn State Berks Police at (610) 396-6111

114 Luerssen Building, Wyomissing, PA 19610

or anonymously at http://www.police.psu.edu and click on “Report A Crime”

Case #15-15-1280

SEXUAL ASSAULT-January 23, 2015

TIMELY WARNING
Possible Threat to the Community
“Your Right to Know”
1/24/2015

REPORTED OFFENSE: Rape/Sexual Assault was reported to have occurred in the University’s Residence Halls (Woods Complex) at approximately 05:00 AM, Friday, 01/23/2015. Location of the incident is located in the Residence Halls, adjacent to Clary Drive and Tulpehocken Road at Penn State Berks Campus.

SUSPECT: The suspect was a visitor and has been identified.

It can be assumed that conditions continue to exist that may pose a threat to members and guests of the University community. It is the duty of the institution to warn of possible “dangerous conditions” on or near the campus, and at affiliate organizations off campus; an “affirmative duty” exists to warn persons associated with this University of possible peril at the hands of some third party or parties.

*Crime Prevention tip(s) for specific crime (Get verbal consent from your partner, and don’t assume you know what the other person wants.)(Trust your instincts. If you feel unsafe, get to a safe place and call for help.)

If you have any information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact:

Penn State Berks Police at (610) 396-6111
114 Luerssen Building, Wyomissing, PA 19610
or anonymously at http://www.police.psu.edu and click on “Report A Crime”

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