March 19—A request was made for police and Area Coordinator on call presence at Reitman Hall. The party was transported to Newton-Wellesley Hospital in a Cataldo Ambulance with Section #12 paperwork.
March 20—A party in Ziv Quad reported that a friend was having an allergic reaction. BEMCo staff treated the party, who signed a refusal for further care.
March 20—BEMCo staff treated a party feeling ill at Renfield hall. A Cataldo Ambulance transported the party to Newton-Wellesley Hospital for further care.
March 20—Brandeis Counseling Center staff reported a party attempting self-harm and requested a Cataldo Ambulance to Newton-Wellesley Hospital for evaluation. The Area Coordinator on call was notified and Section #12 paperwork was given to the ambulance staff.
March 20—University police assisted Brandeis Counseling Center staff with a party needing Cataldo Ambulance transport to Newton-Wellesley Hospital for a psychological evaluation. Section #12 paperwork was given to the ambulance staff.
March 20—University Police and BEMCo staff responded to a report of an ankle injury in the Intercultural Center. BEMCo staff evaluated the injury, and University Police transported the party to Newton-Wellesley Hospital for further care.
March 21—BEMCo staff treated an intoxicated party in Ziv 127. The party signed a refusal for further care.
March 22—A party felt sick in Goldfarb Library and requested BEMCo assistance. BEMCo staff treated the party, who was then transported to Newton-Wellesley Hospital by Cataldo Ambulance for further care.
March 22—BEMCo staff treated a party experiencing an allergic reaction in Renfield Hall. The party had used an epipen on themself. BEMCo staff administered a second epipen shot to the party, who was then transported to Newton-Wellesley Hospital in a Cataldo Ambulance for further care. The Area Coordinator on call was notified.
March 23—A BEMCo staff member on standby treated a party with a broken finger in the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center. BEMCo requested an ambulance, and the Waltham Fire Department was notified. The party signed a refusal for further care.
March 24—BEMCo staff treated an intoxicated party in the Village and requested an ambulance. The party signed a refusal for further care.
March 24—BEMCo staff treated an intoxicated party in the Village. The party was transported to Newton-Wellesley Hospital by Cataldo Ambulance for further care, and the Area Coordinator on call was notified.
March 19–Brandeis Police compiled a report on a potential computer-hacking scam in Stoneman Infirmary and Public Safety. An investigation will ensue.
March 20–Reports of harassment in Scheffres Hall are being compiled by University Police, to be followed by an investigation.
March 20–University Police compiled a report of a spam email sent to a staff member in Spingold Theater Center.
March 20–A staff member received a “concerning” email and reported it to the University Police, who compiled a report of the issue.
March 22–Brandeis Police compiled a report of “concerning” emails sent to the Admissions office.
March 19–Brandeis Police asked two parties on the loading dock of Pomerantz Hall to quiet down.
March 23–University Police received a complaint about loud music at the Charles River Apartments. Parties involved complied without incident.
March 24–Loud music was reported coming from Mod 2. Upon University Police investigation, noise was found to be coming from Mod 4, which was having a University-approved event until 1 a.m. The parties involved turned down their music regardless.