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The following is a communication to the campus community from UVM Chief 
of Police Gary Margolis to alert you to an incident, to promote safety 
on campus and, in part, to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of 
Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1990. It is 
being distributed through a listserv reserved for priority and emergency 
communications. You cannot leave this list.
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To the University Community:

On Thursday, December 1, 2005 between 11:30AM and 12:00PM, a woman has 
reported being attacked by an unknown male assailant in the area of the 
shuttle path between the Patrick Gym and Redstone Campus.  The assailant 
is described as caucasian; possibly in his late 20's; short light brown 
hair; stubbly beard; medium to pudgy build; slightly under 6FT tall.  
She successfully escaped.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Police 
Services at 656-TIPS or via our web site's crime reporting function 
(www.uvm.edu/police).

For information on reporting crime 
<http://www.uvm.edu/police/?Page=reportcrime/index.php>, crime 
prevention 
<http://www.uvm.edu/police/?Page=services/index.html&SM=services/nav.html>, 
personal safety 
<http://www.uvm.edu/police/?Page=services/safety_prevention.html&SM=services/nav.html>, 
and a complete listing of campus alerts 
<http://www.uvm.edu/police/?Page=alerts/index.php>, please visit 
www.uvm.edu/police <http://www.uvm.edu/police>.

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"Crime Awareness" is an integral component of "crime prevention."  
Knowledge that crimes occur encourages communities to actively 
participate in crime prevention efforts (e.g., locking doors, walking in 
well lit areas at night with others, reporting suspicious activity to 
police) and, therefore, creates a safer environment. Lack of information 
invites complacency.