WSU Vancouver Public Safety has received several reports of a telephone scam caller claiming to be a Clark County Sheriff's Lieutenant calling or leaving messages for WSU Vancouver staff and faculty. The caller tells the victim that there are police warrants out for them and offers to help clear them up by asking the victim to buy gift cards to cover the warrant amount(s).
No police agency will EVER collect money for warrants over the telephone and no police agency will EVER ask a person to purchase gift cards to pay any fine or warrant fee.
Fireworks use is prohibited on WSU Vancouver property.
Due to heat conditions in Clark County, fireworks sales and use are banned June 29 – July 4.
Fireworks are also banned in the following cities:
Vancouver, Camas, Washougal, Battle Ground, Ridgefield and La Center
Clark County Roads is paving 134th St/Salmon Creek Ave. between 129th Ave and the WSU Vancouver Sam Smith Drive entrance this week during the overnight hours of 8:00 PM and 6:00 AM. This may impact campus access at the Sam Smith Dr. entrance during these hours through Friday 6/18/21.
Public Safety can assist campus exit as needed during this period and recommends plan to avoid coming to campus during these scheduled after hours periods.
WSU Vancouver Police have received several reports of vehicle car prowls occurring at the power substation parking area along NE 50th Avenue. The thefts include breaking vehicle windows to access things of value inside. Vehicles commonly park in this area to access the campus fields and walking paths on the north side of campus.
WSU Vancouver Police have provided emphasis patrols in the area. Please use caution when parking on and near campus. Do not leave valuable items in view and report suspicious activity to WSU Vancouver Police at 360-546-9001 or email@example.com.
Friday September 17, 2020
Air quality around the Vancouver campus is improving but not yet normal. WSU Vancouver campus operations are normal today under the Fall 2020 schedule. On-campus activities remain restricted to necessary use and on-campus scheduled activities are open.
All online academic and other activities continue normally today.
If you are an employee working remotely, you may continue to do so unless otherwise notified.