January 18, 2022

Case: 220043

Stalking On 01/12/2022 at approximately 09:00 AM, Augusta University Police Officers met with a victim/student outside University Hall in reference to a stalking complaint. Upon investigation, they discovered that the offender/student has made several unwanted attempts at physical contact by hugging, and following the student/victim on multiple occasions. The student/victim refused to press charges, however, a […]
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January 16, 2022

Case: 220058

Drug Violation On 01/15/2022 at approximately 06:58 AM, Augusta University Police Officers responded to the Emergency Room at Augusta University Medical Center in reference to a drug complaint. Upon their arrival, they met with the complainant/employee who handed over items found on an offender/patient who was being treated. The suspected items were collected for destruction. No charges […]
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January 14, 2022

Case: 220048

Drug Violation On 01/13/2022 at approximately 07:25 AM, Augusta University Police Officers responded to the Emergency Room at Augusta University Medical Center in reference to a drug complaint. Upon their arrival, they met with the complainant/employee who handed over items found on an offender/patient who was being treated. The suspected items were collected for destruction. No charges […]
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January 07, 2022

Case: 220026

Drug Violation On 01/06/2022 at approximately 11:36 PM, Augusta University Police Officers responded to the Emergency Room at Augusta University Medical Center in reference to a drug complaint. Upon their arrival, they met with the complainant/employee who handed over items found on an offender/patient who was involved in a vehicle crash. The suspected items were collected for […]
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January 01, 2022

Case: 211583

Domestic Violence On 12/31/2021 at approximately 2:34 P.M., Augusta University Police officers responded to a verbal altercation at the Medical Office Building. Upon further investigation, they discovered that the offender/visitor struck the victim/visitor in the stomach while attempting to reach for her cell phone. Further investigation revealed that the victim/visitor did not wish to pursue criminal charges. […]
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Protect your Property

Always be aware of your surroundings.

Use the Campus Escort Service, 24 hours a day.

Avoid poorly lighted areas.

Try to walk with a group of people and avoid walking alone, especially after dark.

Carry your vehicle keys in your hand and be ready to unlock the door as soon as you get to your vehicle.

An unlocked office or valuable items visible creates an appealing target for a thief.

  • The following suggestions will lessen the possibility of your possessions being stolen.
  • Lock your door when leaving an unattended office. 
  • Keep valuables locked up. Do not leave property out in the open, where it is visible to any passerby.
  • Write down brand name, model numbers and serial numbers of computer components and other equipment. Have this information available when reporting stolen equipment.

Augusta University and GRMC policy requires all faculty, employees, students, and contractors to visibly wear their Augusta University/GRMC photo identification while on campus.

Keep your car or truck locked at all times. If your vehicle does not have an anti-theft device like an alarm or ignition failure system, consider purchasing one with your next automobile.

If your vehicle stereo is equipped with a detachable face, remove it from your vehicle or place it in the glove compartment (out of sight).

If you see anyone in and around your work area or building who looks suspicious, lost or confused, or just out of place, please call Augusta University Police immediately!

Call the Police on campus dial 1-2911 or (706) 721-2911