Campus Safety eyes aggressive drivers

SGI News Release April 19, 2013
Motorists who exhibit aggressive driving behaviours on Saskatchewan roads will be held accountable for their actions during Operation Spring Brake.
The traffic safety blitz will take place April 24 and 25 across the province. Law enforcement will be putting the brakes on violations such as speeding, driving too fast for road conditions, running red lights, not stopping at stop signs, stunting, racing or passing to the right on a highway.
In 2012, aggressive driving contributed to more than 8,200 collisions in Saskatchewan, resulting in 88 deaths and nearly 4,200 injuries.

Be Careful of Internet Fraud

Whenever you are buying or selling items online, whether they be goods or services, make sure to be cautious of any deals that sounds too good to be true, or require you to send money back for an overpayment.
If you are looking to rent a place for the summer or are looking for accommodations for university, make every effort to ensure the legitimacy of the deal.
Should you be interested in campus residence, contact the Residence Office for any questions regarding securing accommodation in U of S Residences; do not send funds electronically to unconfirmed individuals.

Help Identify the Artist

Campus Safety is looking for assistance in identifying an artist who is responsible for the below image, and may have information regarding a campus incident. If you know or are familiar with this or similar art, please contact Campus Safety at 306-966-5555.

Escaped Inmate – RUH

At Approximately 0555 a.m. a serving prisoner escaped from his guards at the Royal University Hospital. Twenty-Nine year old Steven Best is 5 ft 8 inches tall and weighs approximately 175 pounds with blue eyes and blond hair. He was serving a sentence for weapons offences and was awaiting sentencing on robbery charges. It is unknown what he is wearing.
If seen do not approach and call 911. Police are still at scene and more updates will be released as the situation develops.