Dear CSN Family,
I wanted to let you know about a disturbing incident that occurred on Friday near our Charleston Campus. No one was harmed on our campus, but the incident is a reminder to stay diligent and If you see something, say something.
About 2 p.m., Las Vegas Metropolitan Police officers responded to an attempted robbery at the Lantana Apartments at 6501 West Charleston Boulevard. About two hours later, police were called to Building B on our Charleston Campus to provide an escort. A CSN employee told officers that, earlier, the victim of the crime at the apartment complex had entered campus. When the victim pointed out the suspect fleeing on Torrey Pines Road, the suspect pointed a handgun in their direction. Police were not initially notified of this incident. The suspect did not enter campus and fled the scene.
What CSN is Doing
Because police determined that there was no danger to the campus community by the time the crime was reported, it was determined that there was no need for an emergency alert. A report for aggravated assault was taken.
In keeping with our values of transparency and having an informed CSN community, we will continue to inform you of security related incidents that directly or indirectly may impact CSN students, faculty, and staff.
How You Can Help
If you see something, say something. We all do our part to keep the campus community safe — and that includes reporting crimes and suspicious behavior to the police. Visit University Police Services for more safety tips and to download the CSN Mobile Safety App. For immediate assistance, please contact University Police Services at 702-895-3669 (Emergency) or 702-895-3668 (Non-Emergency).
College of Southern Nevada