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CRIME ALERT: University of Michigan Police
|2011-10 / AAPD (#11-4510)|
Date of Incident:
|July 15 (about 11pm) & July 16 (about 2am)|
|Off-campus 900 block of Greenwood & near Community HS (Division St)|
| (updated on Jul 16 2011 06:00)|
As told to the Ann Arbor Police, in separate incidents, two women reported being assaulted by a man with a similar description. In both cases, the women were able to flee after initial contact. Near Community H.S. (about 11pm), the suspect reportedly grabbed a female and tried pulling her into a dark area before she was able to break free. On Greenwood (about 2am), a man reportedly grabbed a female from behind, lifted up her dress and fondled her before she broke free.
|1: Male with olive complexion, 5'6"-5'7", late teens or early 20s with short dark hair (possibly a longer, flattop style), no facial hair, wearing a black zipped-up hoodie and khaki cargo pants.|
If you have any information:
Please contact U-M POLICE (UMPD) at (734) 763-1131 or dial 9-1-1
or the ANN ARBOR POLICE DEPARTMENT Tip Line (734) 794-6939 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sexual assault is any sexual activity that occurs in the absence of consent.
- Most perpetrators assault someone they know. Sexual assault occurs in all communities and people of all genders can be survivors.
- Responsibility lies with the perpetrator, not the survivor - no one deserves, asks for, or provokes sexual assault.
- Sexual assault can include sexual activity with someone whose judgment is impaired by alcohol and drugs, whether ingested voluntarily or unknowingly. Alcohol often is used by perpetrators to facilitate sexual assaults.
- U of M's Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities [http://www.oscr.umich.edu/statement/], Sexual Assault Policy [http://www.umich.edu/~spolicy/assault.html], and Michigan law prohibit sexual assault.
- If you would like more information or resources regarding sexual assault, visit SAPAC's website [http://sapac.umich.edu].
- Although the survivor is never at fault, prioritizing one's personal safety is a good idea. Risk of attack by a stranger may be reduced by:
- Being aware of your surroundings and looking assertive
- Walking with a friend or co-worker in well-lit areas
- Trusting your intuition - if a particular situation makes you feel uncomfortable or unsafe, choose an alternative
- Keeping rooms locked at all times
- Utilizing campus transportation resources [http://pts.umich.edu/taking_the_bus/special_services.php]
- If you feel threatened on campus, look for a blue light emergency phone or call 9-1-1 from any phone (no coins needed for 9-1-1 calls).
- Confidential Tip Line 1-800-863-1355
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