The Cuyahoga Community College Department of Campus Police and Security Services is dedicated to protecting life and property, and to preventing and detecting crime. The department includes police officers, security officers, dispatchers, and student patrols.
September 24, 2020
On Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 1243 hours, Cuyahoga Community College Eastern Patrol Division located at 4250 Richmond Road Highland Hills, Ohio 44122, had a report where an unknown black male grabbed a female student left buttocks while asking her for her phone number outside near the Faculty lot. The female hit his hand away and the suspect fled on foot. The male is described as: Dark skin black male, approximately 6'2 in height, thin build, 120 lbs., brown eyes, wearing a red bandanna covering part of the lower part of his face just below his nose, a black hoodie (zipped up), and dark black jeans. He was also carrying a blue plastic bag in his right hand.
Be aware of your surroundings
Avoid isolated areas
Trust your instincts
Make sure your cell phone is with you
Don’t allow yourself to be isolated with someone you don’t trust or know.
Anyone with information regarding a crime or other situations that pose and ongoing threat to the campus community should immediately notify the Department of Campus Police & Security Services at 216-987-4911.
We will provide the highest quality of police and campus security services to the campus community. We are committed to the prevention of crime, protection of life, property, and the preservation of peace and order. We are dedicated to serving all people with respect, fairness, and compassion while in support of the College’s mission, vision, and values.
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