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    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeJul 17th 2007
     
    Dear COM Community,

    Kaselelia, Ran Anim, Mogethin, Len-wo to all.

    Per my rounds on campus, I have assessed that the following pose safety and
    security issues.

    Fire Exits- Several fire exits are obstructed and need to have the areas
    cleared for emergency evacuation(both interior and exterior).
    -Said exits are locked and need each division supervisor to
    determine best practice on storing key accessible to staff/faculty in case of
    emergency evacuation.

    Division chairs, office heads and all supervisors should assure that the
    concerned areas remain unobstructed at all times.

    Building/Office Keys-Several instances, keys have either been lost or stolen
    and have yet to be found. Kindly report these lost/stolen keys a soon as
    possible so the Campus Security and Director of Maintenance can determine the
    best solution to this problem. Continuous duplication of building and office
    keys is a practice that has to be addressed as it is not the best solution to
    the problem. The mentioned areas remain vulnerable to unauthorized entry due
    to this practice.

    Parking- Ample parking space exist to accommodate vehicles. Kindly park in
    designated parking areas and in an orderly fashion. Improper parking takes up
    space and leaves less room for other vehicles. Refrain from parking in the
    Handicap access roads and fire lanes. do not park near the fire hydrants,
    trash dumpsters and on our beautiful and well kept lawn.:)

    I am asking all to kindly take this e-mail into consideration. I also extend
    my thanks to the faculty and staff who have been informed of their areas and
    are at the moment correcting these deficiencies.

    Thank you for your continuous understanding and assistance to such matters
    that pose threats to the safety and security of our community.

    Respectfully Yours,

    Warren ching
    Security and Safety Supervisor
    Campus Security and Safety
    National Campus
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeJul 19th 2007
     
    Hi all.

    Just wondering if any one else is concerned about the cleanliness of our beautiful campus?

    After my routine round of the campus grounds the other day, I noticed several student rest areas such as the state huts, outside bleachers, benches under the trees, were all littered with trash.

    This has been ongoing and I'm thinking of issuing citations for littering on campus.

    How about we all chip in and lend a hand. If your walking around our campus and you see trash on the ground, kindly pick it up and dispose of it in the provided trash bins. If your eating take out or drinking soft drinks, as you get up to leave, please take the time to throw them away in the trash bins.

    It would also help to spread the word that we need to keep our campus clean and presentable. Lots of visitors, seminars, workshops,(even inaugurations) are frequenting our campus. It has been determined by many that our campus is the best location for such functions and activities.

    Again, the appearance of our place of abode reflects on how we live , so lets all chip in and maintain our beautiful campus.

    Thank You
    • CommentAuthorHaterz
    • CommentTimeAug 21st 2007
     
    i so totally agree with you chief...i mean, i don't know about others but i do pick up trash and i don't trash....here on the campus...hope all will read this and get the meaning of cleanliness and what they called .....CIVILIZED people....geez......heheh...thanks chief...
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      CommentAuthorSBA Pres
    • CommentTimeAug 21st 2007
     
    Are those back in the old days when civilization does not take place are irresponsible? We the civilized ones that plays a role of irresponsible.
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeSep 7th 2007
     
    PACIFIC ISLANDS REPORT
    Pacific Islands Development Program/East-West Center
    With Support From Center for Pacific Islands Studies/University of Hawai‘i
    BETEL NUT CHEWING TIED TO CANCER, TUBERCULOSIS IN PNG
    PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea (PNG Post-Courier, Sept. 4) - A medical doctor has called for a ban on betel nut chewing in Papua New Guinea saying the favorite pastime is contributing to major health problems, including tuberculosis.

    President of the Medical Society of PNG Dr. Mathias Sapuri made the call following the speech of Dr. Frank Smyth, keynote speaker of the 43rd Medical Symposium in Port Moresby yesterday.

    Smyth was a pioneer head and neck surgeon at the Port Moresby General Hospital and former chief surgeon in Papua New Guinea. He worked for almost 30 years in parts of PNG before retiring in the late 1980s and returning to Australia. He pioneered surgeries on tumors of the head, neck, mouth and bilateral cleft lip and palate. He also did a lot of reconstruction of faces due to deformities, resulting from diseases such as mouth cancer.

    This year’s symposium, opened yesterday by Governor-General Sir Paulias Matane, is focusing on oral health, head and neck diseases.

    Speaking on the theme and the presentation of Smyth’s paper, which showed some of the gross pictures of tumors in the mouth, Sapuri said mouth cancer was increasing rapidly in the country due to betel nut chewing. The deadly TB disease has also spread throughout the country due to reasons such as carelessness of people, including spitting everywhere.

    In the cities such as Port Moresby, he said, there were betel nut spits everywhere and the TB germ could breed.
    "You go in every little corner (in Port Moresby) and you see people selling betel nuts. The streets and every corner in the city is littered with betel nut skins and stains," he said. "Betel nut has no nutritional value. Why can’t people sell vegetables and other good food?"

    "People are also selling cigarettes everywhere which is causing cancer. We need to ban the sale of these products."
    Meanwhile, among guest speakers from overseas at this week’s symposium are the president of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Dr. Andrew Sutherland who is based in Adelaide, Australia.

    Sutherland will be speaking on the programs at the college, including the Operation Open Heart program in PNG. Many of the Australian doctors involved in the program are members of the college. Sutherland first came to PNG in 1957 at the age of 14 with his father Dr. Darcy Sutherland. His father was involved in a program set up then to operate on patients with TB because there was then no treatment for this disease. He came again in 1965 as a medical student and spent almost two months in Angoram, East Sepik Province.

    Papua New Guinea Post-Courier: www.postcourier.com.pg/
    • CommentAuthorfalubason
    • CommentTimeSep 7th 2007
     
    Chief, you are absolutely right with the cancer thing on betel nut. However i believe that it's the right of an individual whether to chew the nut or not. I believe that you are trying to tell the students and staffs not to chew because it's distructive and also the policy as well. If i were you I take the other approach to point out the main issue here. I suggest that next time you post something like this get to the point. Thank you.
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeSep 8th 2007
     
    falubason,


    FYI, this is obtained from the link listed below the post above. And thank you for agreeing as this is based and proved on study and research. Which means, these are facts.

    Facts are for each individual to choose at their own convenience. If you are a chronic chewer and you receive this information, would it not help to understand more of the risks you face? Please understand, I am not discouraging this as it involves culture.

    And do forgive me if you feel offended because of this post but facts have to be given to people to consider and then make the right decision.

    Do kindly consider this as an awareness not propaganda.

    Sincerely,

    Chief
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeOct 2nd 2007
     
    College of Micronesia-FSM
    P.O. Box 159, Kolonia, Pohnpei
    Federated States of Micronesea 96941
    Phone: (691) 320-7017 Fax: (691) 320-3374 E-mail- chiefsecurity@comfsm.fm


    October 1, 2007

    To: College of Micronesia-FSM, Community
    Fr: Warren Ching; Campus Security and Safety
    Re: Notice of Availability of Annual Security Report

    Pursuant to the Clery Act, the College of Micronesia-FSM, Office of Campus Security and Safety, is required to produce an Annual Security Report disclosing crime statistics for the previous three years to the community.

    Reports that occurred on campus; in campus resident halls, and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus is reflected in this report.

    Additionally, institutional policies relating to Clery Act Violations is included.

    Other information included is as follows:

    • Important Contact Numbers
    • Campus Security and Safety Services
    • Policy disclosure
    • Information for Sexual Assault Victims
    • Reporting Criminal Activities and Emergencies
    • Access to Facilities
    • Crime Prevention
    • Crime Prevention Safety Tips
    • Statistics for Calendar Years 2004, 2005, 2006.
    • Map of the College of Micronesia-FSM, National Campus

    This report is available at http://comfsm.fm/national/administration/VPA/facilties.html
    Or for direct link,
    http://comfsm.fm/national/administration/VPA/security/index.html

    A paper copy may be obtained upon request to this office. You may make a request by e-mail to chiefsecurity@comfsm.fm. , or call 320-7017 direct line, or if calling from on campus, dial extension number 167.

    If there are any questions or comments you may also send to the e-mail address indicated above.

    Thank You
    Campus Security and Safety
    • CommentAuthorBaiking
    • CommentTimeOct 4th 2007
     
    this is also like the ones that the staff insert in our room... ehehhee...
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeOct 11th 2007
     
    October 11, 2007

    ANNOUNCEMENT

    The following students are requested to please report to VPSS, Mr. Ringlen, Ringlen ASAP!! Kindly do this on your own to avoid the Campus Security Locating you and escorting you the mentioned office.


    Albert Johnson
    Angel Jonathan
    Brad Soram
    Ecelance Luke
    Edward Masiwemai
    Eddy Nifon
    Freddy Tom
    Iakop Ioanis
    Jay Kilwe
    Jayner Kersey
    Joshua Joseph
    Junior Nomwnour
    Kelly Koike
    Kenedy Nedlic
    KP Pertin
    Lee-roy Sackrayas
    Logan Skilling
    Marvin Hartman
    Shirlynnda Lebehn
    Sincerlynn Silbanuz
    Suanita Ladore
    Taylor Hallens
    Yondeaver Santos
    Yuly Waltu

    Thank You,

    Campus Security
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeOct 11th 2007
     
    Baiking,

    No. The document given to you by the staff is a letter indicating where you can look at our crime statistics and security services.

    Thanks,

    Chief
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeOct 16th 2007
     
    People,

    This is an updated list for those needing to report to VPSS urgently.Please do report on your own or we will be locating you at your classrooms before or after class. Your reporting may help your case. If not, then expect more harsh disciplinary actions for not complying. Chief

    Anastasia Gubang
    Angel Jonathan
    Angkein Repun
    Anna Paulus
    Benjamin Bergen
    Bercil Charley
    Buddy Herry
    Dessirae Henry
    Dexter Kapiriel
    Ecelance Luke
    Eddy Nifon
    Heyler Ham
    Jason Reiong
    Jonathan Lugmal
    Joshua Joseph
    Joshua Roby
    Junior Nomwnour
    Justrickson Panuel
    Kelly Koike
    Lee-roy Sackrayas
    Leonard Defan
    Logan Skilling
    Marvin Hartman
    Merens Tumed
    Reagan Barnabas
    Stanley Michael
    Walder Joel
    Yondeaver Santos
    Yuly Waltu
  1.  
    WOW...some ppl are just NOT reading the rules....lol....or maybe you are gonna get your refunds...eheheheh
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      CommentAuthortrae
    • CommentTimeOct 16th 2007
     
    people please abide in the rules of the college.......what's so hard in abiding to the rules of the college???? if you can abide in the rules of the bible then why is it so hard to abide in the rules made in our material world???????


    also people you're grown up aduls why acting childish......
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeOct 17th 2007
     
    Hello Everyone.

    I am proud to present to you a list of the names of students who have sought work study opportunities with this office as Campus Security Volunteers. Please bear in mind that these distinguished students are not here for only the money and experience. They are here as role models for their fellow students and also will be a link between the Security Officers and students.

    Dasiano Siugwemal
    Anderson Nowell
    Ivan Kadannged
    Ignatius Kenmangley
    Kaybo Ifenuk
    Daniel Fidel
    Torwan Laman
    Albert Mongkeya
    Jorg Anson
    Arrgie Shorey
    Sean Kadannged

    My sincere thanks and gratitude to these students for the initiative to play such a role for their fellow peers. Kindly extend to these Student Security Volunteers, the usual respect and hospitality given to the Campus Security Officers.

    Thank You,

    Chief
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    Congrats ya'll....You've done good.....
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeOct 18th 2007
     
    October 18, 2007

    AJ Ioanis
    Angkein Repun
    Anna Paulus
    Asumy Henry
    Benjamin Bergen
    Bercil Charley
    Buddy Herry
    Daisy Adalfred
    David Predrick
    Dessirae Henry
    Dexter Kapiriel
    Eddy Nifon
    Floyd Palik
    Hayand Palik
    Heyler Ham
    Jason Reiong
    Jonathan Lugmal
    Joshua Roby
    Justrickson Panuel
    Hayand Palik
    Kelly Koike
    Leonard Defan
    Logan Skilling
    Marvin Hartman
    Merens Tumed
    Natasha Franklin
    Reagan Barnabas
    Ronald Tom
    Viviann Hallens
    Wayne Dias
    Walder Joel
    Yuly Waltu
    This is an updated list for those who are urged to please take the time to meet with VPSS as soon as possible. For those whose names have remained on this list for the past two weeks and failed to report, the Campus Security is now obtaining your class and work study schedules so expect a visit from the officers to escort you to meet VPSS. You were forewarned. Thank you for your understanding.
  3.  
    WOW new list....PPL do good so your name won't be in the list.....
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeOct 23rd 2007
     
    ANNOUNCEMENT

    The following students are asked kindly report to the VPSS, Mr. Ringlen, Ringlen ASAP. Failure to report will result in the Campus Security locating you and escorting you to the above mentioned office. Those who have been on the list for the past couple of weeks; their class schedules are now being obtained, so please expect the officers to come and see you.





    AJ Ioanis
    Angkein Repun
    Anna Paulus
    Benedict Tipeno
    Benjamin Bergen
    Bercil Charley
    Buddy Herry
    Daisy Adalfred
    Davy Predrick
    Dessirae Henry
    Dexter Kapiriel
    Dusty Adalfred
    Eddy Nifon
    Floyd Palik
    Hayand Palik
    Heyler Ham
    Jason Reiong
    Jonathan Lugmal
    Joshua Roby
    Justrickson Panuel
    LA Peter
    Kelly Koike
    Leonard Defan
    Marvin Hartman
    Merens Tumed
    Reagan Barnabas
    Ronald Tom
    Viviann Hallens
    Walder Joel
    Yondeaver Santos
    Yuly Waltu





    Thank you,
    Campus Security
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      CommentAuthorlyph_warez
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2007
     
    i wish i'm one of them.....lol
    • CommentAuthorrengaw
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2007
     
    so you can clean the campus right?
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      CommentAuthorlyph_warez
    • CommentTimeOct 29th 2007
     
    Yes, yes...thats right.......lol
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2007
     
    Again I am seeking the assistance and understanding of all students, staff and faculty.

    The two main issues here is betel nut spit and littering.

    Just today tome students(unidentified)were eating takeout under one of the trees where the benches are. Upon filling their hungry stomachs, they must have lost all their God given senses and left their trash on the benches for the dogs to tear up and spread around on our beautiful lawn. I am asking that we seriously consider our actions as they are reflecting on our lifestyle and on the college. Anyone witnessing such, please take the initiative to remind these perpetrators that littering is against the law and is an eyesore on our campus. You may also report these individuals if they do not heed to your reminders. Let's all do this in a combined effort and keep our campus clean.

    The other is betel nut spit. This is one reason that the policy exists. Due to custom and tradition, betel nut has been allowed but regulated to the designated chewing areas. Betel nut spit is ruining the image of our campus. It is an eyesore and not to mention, unhealthy. Now, it is true that you are allowed to chew in the huts and other designated areas, but common sense is that it's like going to the bathroom. You don't enter the bathroom and say, "this is the bathroom," and then go anywhere you want. On the floor, in the sinks and other places than the toilet. Likewise the betel nut chewing areas. If you are a chewer, it would be nice to have a small container to spit into and throw in the trash when your are finished. This spitting on the ground is getting out of hand. It is becoming a health issue and possibly there will be more restrictions attached because of the this.

    This is just a another call for help from all members of this community. Let's all help out and maintain a clean, healthy and beautiful campus.

    Chief
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2007
     
    ANNOUNCEMENT

    The following students have failed to take the time to meet with Mr. Ringlen, the VPSS so if your name is on the list, your class schedule will be obtained in order for the campus security officers to locate you and hold your hands and guide you up to meet Mr. Ringlen. As all are aware a list has been posted up several times around campus and on the forum for the sake of extensive notification. Even though, the following students have disregarded these notices. This leaves the Campus Security and Safety Office without any more options but to move forward and locate these individuals. Campus Security


    Angkein Repun
    AJ Ioanis
    Benjamin Bergen
    Bercil Charley
    Daisy Adalfred
    Davy Predrick
    Dessirae Henry
    Dexter Kapiriel
    Dexter Paul
    Drusty Adalfred
    Eddy Nifon
    Floyd Palik
    Hayand Palik
    Heyler Ham
    James Jesse
    Iakop Ioanis
    Jacobson Kibby
    Joshua Roby
    Justrickson Panuel
    Kevin Joseph
    LA Peter
    Leonard Defan
    Mallone Pretrick
    Marvin Hartman
    Merens Tumed
    Maner Mwarlik
    Palikkun Charley
    Reagan Barnabas
    Rob John
    Ronald Phillip
    Scarlet Single
    Viviann Hallens
    Wayne Dias
    Walder Joel
    Yuly Waltu
    • CommentAuthorclaudio
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2007
     
    ahahahahahahaaaa...

    oryt2...chief

    i lyk2

    my name is not on the list...
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeNov 22nd 2007
     
    Dear Community,

    An extended Happy Thanksgiving to everyone, their families and friends.

    I would like to send this out as a precautionary and timely advice, for the
    purpose of awareness and for the community members to take that extra effort
    to assure for their own safety and the safety of others.

    Yesterday, a report to this office has been made about one of our students.
    The student was crossing the road to either enter the campus or visit the
    nearby stores, when she was hit by a vehicle. According to the reporting
    source, the student was picked up by the driver and rushed to the hospital.

    Due to seasonal activities picking up, traffic or motor vehicle movement will
    increase all around the island. If you are a pedestrian, utilize the
    crosswalks accordingly or if none exist in you areas do take the time to keep
    a sharp eye out for oncoming vehicles before crossing the road. If your a
    driver, kindly pay more attention to the road and of course, pedestrians on
    the road. Remember that the pedestrian should always have the right of way.

    There has been rumor that because we are a higher education institution, the
    members are mature enough to know when to cross the road. Yesterday's incident
    is a good example of why we have the cross walks and signs in place for the
    benefit of the community. Once you stand in the yellow box(cross walk), near
    the side of the road, any oncoming vehicle is required to come to a complete
    stop to admit your passage. This is a traffic law.

    So again, when crossing the roads, I highly advise all members of the
    community to utilize the cross walks accordingly. Crossing at any other point
    where there is no cross walk may give the driver and excuse why he/she
    mistakenly hit you.

    I would like to advise the other state campuses to kindly look in to this
    matter if it is a need for your campuses. This is for the safety of the
    students, staff and faculty and any other member of the community.

    Thank you,

    Campus Security and Safety

    Stay Safe! Be Pro-Active not Re-Active!
    --
    • CommentAuthorKazie
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2007
     
    Hello Everyone,
    In regards to Chief's announcement of work-study students, this is an updated list of students who are currently work with the Security Office as Security Volunteers. As Security Volunteers, they are the role models for their fellow students and also will be a link between the Security Officers and students. Listed below are our Security Volunteers names.

    Daisiano Siugwemal
    Ignatius Kenmanglay
    Daniel Fidel
    Torwan Laman
    Albert Mongkeya
    Jorg Anson
    Arrgie Shorey
    Sean Kadannged
    Cassandra Falmeyog
    Korine Mangtamag
    Brandon Roboman
    Elnor Tom
    Edward Prens
    Kulian Hadley
    Junior Noamnour
    Bruce Mailtig

    And congratulations to all the Security Volunteers for setting a good example for all the students.

    Thank You,
    Kazie
    • CommentAuthornihmwa
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2007
     
    thank you Chief
    and thank you all officers

    i do really appreciate that you guys have something in mind to do it for your work study students! like what you guys are announcing here to all of us, Staffs and Students to be proud of it. its really good so that the other work study students can keep that in mind that we, the students should not just aim for the MONEY but we should to our work studying as for our own learning skills. and also to make our college going smood or well going for the benefit and all of us and the new generation. if we started up well then it will always going well in the future..
    again thank you..
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeNov 27th 2007
     
    Thank you Kelly for the post and thank you nihmwa for the comforting comment.

    The Campus Security Office have been receiving a substantial number of applicants ever since we have started accepting work study. This is a good gesture and intention that the applicants are displaying. Upon being hired the students are informed to assist this office in displaying a good image. Especially as peers to their fellow students.

    I would like to extend a big "THANK YOU", to these students for their courage and sincerity to act as role models for other students. There are not many who can step up and do such a thing.

    Again thank you all and I hope there are more of you out there. Please note that you don't necessarily have to become a security volunteer to do such. Help pass the good word around about keeping and maintaining a civil and peaceful campus or community.

    Chief
    • CommentAuthormaybe?
    • CommentTimeNov 27th 2007
     
    Excuse me mister Chief,

    I have been harboring a question that I would like to ask.
    How many Female Security do you have on your team? You say that students have been applying to work for you, but do you have any femal applicants? Is this security job ok for females or is it just cut out for men?

    Well those were the questions I wanted to ask. Hope to hear your answer soon.
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeNov 27th 2007
     
    maybe?,

    I have one regular female security officer and three work-study security volunteers.

    This is the age where there is no such thing as cut out for men only. There are female soldiers out there that are in the front line of combat. So I do accept any female willing to assist in enforcing the college policies and interested in the field of law enforcement.
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    maybe?
    any work of men can also be done by women
    • CommentAuthormaybe?
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
     
    sin,

    this is not the time nor da place to be arguing.
    i just asked a simple, curious question. now that i have the answer and have seen the femal securities, my curiosity is satisfied.

    Chief,
    THANK YOU, for answering my questions. I was not putting the women down. I just hadn't seen many female security that's all. Well anyway, THANK YOU again for your clarifying answer and yes I do believe women can do what men do.
    • CommentAuthorDays
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
     
    maybe you better go jek out the thing about security on Nov.27 07; Tuesday
    • CommentAuthorKazie
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
     
    Enlighten me please, Days........... I hope this isn't worse than I thought.
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      CommentAuthorSBA Pres
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
     
    Chief i heard one of your security plays hard on one of the student. I dont know who but a comfsm student. Is that part of their job? According to the person telling this story, and eyewitness, the student does nothing but just cope with the security and yet, the security took hard on him. That's a big BS if its true. Do they have the right to do that?
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
     
    SBA Pres,

    Hearing is one thing and actually witnessing is another. With the title you withhold, you should understand this. And using profanity is unbecoming conduct as student rep.

    The only way to solve this is in civil and orderly manner. You have questions, do it appropriately.

    If we are talking about last nights incident, it is too early in this stage to make any comments. The officers involved have been instructed to provide any statements of what occurred. I am also asking any witnesses to submit their statements. Then an investigation will be conducted. The findings will then be provided. This is the normal procedure. both parties should have a right to say their part so let's not pass judgment just yet. Rest assured, if my men are at fault then appropriate actions will be made.\

    Please have the person reporting to you, provide a signed statement.

    And SBA Pres...may this serve as a warning to you. Next time you use such language, you will be dealt with accordingly.

    Sincerely,

    Chief
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      CommentAuthorSBA Pres
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007 edited
     
    Chief,

    I apologize if that two short letters will lead me into trouble but that is an expression not with the full word. Plus I am not BSing anyone but myself for the way i heard and Surprised by it. And oh i forgot to mention chief, not to offend you but i am no longer an officer on camp. Ok now I understand the warning given. I should zip my mouth now. everything's fine here. Just an expression.

    p/s. Some people need warning too.
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
     
    Aten!! Is that you? I should've known. I can take care of you when we meet in Deh. Joking

    Anyways, I understand the frustration so give me a chance to get to the bottom if this. This case will soon be closed. For the better of the student and the campus security.

    Cheers!

    p.s.-change your nic or you'll get the real SBA Pres in trouble.
    • CommentAuthorhatabil
    • CommentTimeJan 14th 2008
     
    Cheif,
    When can i start work with you? I miss working as a security. Honestly, it was cool working with you.
    i'll be wating.
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeJan 15th 2008
     
    hatabil,

    Thank you.

    Hurry before the slots given are filled. Remember to maintain that role model image for your fellow peers and students.

    Chief
    • CommentAuthorKazie
    • CommentTimeJan 28th 2008 edited
     
    Good Day Everyone,


    The following are the new Campus Security Work Study Volunteers for this Spring Semester:

    ANDELALE E. TOM
    ANDERSON NOWELL
    ANDREW WEITO
    ARRGIE SHOREY
    CAREN ALIK
    EDWARD PRENS
    EDY NIFON
    ELCID JOSEPH
    ZACKERY TEWARYAN
    JONATHAN LUGMAL
    JOHN ROUSAN JR.
    JUNIOR NOAMNOUR

    Kindly extend to them the respect and courtesy that you give the Campus Security officers. They will be acting as role models for all other students and their peers. Do aid or assist them in maintaining this image.

    Thank You,

    Officer Choay
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeJan 28th 2008
     
    Thank You Officer Choay for the announcement.

    I would like to ask that the following students that are on the list to remember that they are also conducting themselves on behalf of the Campus Security Office and the institution. On or off campus, you will be a symbol and role model.

    You are the link between the students and the Campus Security Officers. In any event that you encounter anything out of the ordinary or any type of violation, you are to report this to the office and refrain from confrontation. Allow the officer s to tend to violent situations at all times.

    Again thank you for wanting to be part of the Campus Security and I, along with the security officers, look forward in working together in maintaining COM policies, safety and peace within the community.

    PRO-ACTIVE NOT REACTIVE!!

    Chief
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2008
     
    Good Morning Distinguished Students,

    I am posting this announcement to give all students a heads up on the betel nut policy.

    The Student Services Committee have determined that the chewing of betel nut on campus is getting out of hand. Several campus facilities which the public and of course members of the community frequent are splattered with betel nut spit and is giving the college a bad image. In lieu of this, more harsh sanctions will be imposed on chewing violators.

    A good example is the LRC. Note that the entrance and where several students sit have betel nut spit on the concrete walkway. This is very unhealthy and unsanitary. Not to mention that it is displaying a negative image of our college.

    I am asking that all Students, Student Organization Officers, and any other student with significant responsibility to a student organization aid in the effort to eliminate this problem.

    The Campus Security Officers will take this extra effort to focus again on violators of this policy. Any student referred to this office for work detail, will be escorted during regular school hours with a brush and bucket to scrub every possible area with betel nut spit.

    Thank You and I hope that we all can do this together and take it upon ourselves to act more responsible to such behavior.

    Campus Security
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2008 edited
     
    No comments, advice suggestions?

    Come on community let's do this together.
    • CommentAuthorLaWaTaS
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008 edited
     
    Chief..Can you please explain to me how your procedure should be carry out by your securities, because the way your securities approach students is not appropriate in my culture. My culture is your culture and not only our culture but micronesian culture. Correct me if i am wrong, every students here on campus are protected by their civil rights which is in the consititution of Micronesia. There are some cases that i could say that your securities are violating our rights. For example, sometimes when we are sitting at the parking lot drinking softdrinks and eating donuts, your securities can come and taste our drinks. They didn't ask us something. They just came and start tasting our drinks, period. By the time they notice that those are not beers or hotdrinks, they would put them down and ask stupid questions. Questions like wat are you doing here? What are they thinking?...Honestly chief we dont like that...Sometimes, in my case they pulled me just to sign the citation paper...I understand them cuzz they are all uneducated folks...I tried to explain but maybe they thought i was complaining, cuzz the more i explain they more they pulled me up to admission...I hate that...I've never been pulled by anyone without any reason...WHat i really want to know is: That's how your securities approach students here on campus....? cuzz if that's the how...I don't like it...I can give you advice on how to approach students..I think the most appropriate way to approach students if seen chewing on campus must be given a warning and tell that student to chew his/her bwu at the disignated areas, and if the student resist, then that's when they gonna give the citation. Thank you
    • CommentAuthorDaanFuu
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     
    Lawatas...i couldn't agree with you more...what ur saying is true...why do they have to tell us to open our mouths??...what??!!!...are they doctors or something??..if the securities treat with respect...i myself will treat them like wise...this dolesn't mean all the securities...chief...i think you know which ones im talking about...they shouldn't just see a student that has something in their mouths and jump to conclusions that they are chewing puu...chief...talk to them...cuzz im getting fed up and iits really getting annoying...
    • CommentAuthorChief
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     
    Lawatas and Daanfuu,

    Ok ......your 100% correct on the inappropriate approach by my men. I will see who is responsible and talk to them. If you have the names, do utilize the whisper box on the top left corner.

    I think they are working so hard to ensure your safety and neglect to drink their daily dosage of water. Pretending to check your sodas but actually drinking to quench their thirst. From now on they are carrying gallons of water on patrol.

    So sorry for the inconvenience and I assure you this will not happen again. If it does, do not hesitate to let me know so I can take further actions.

    By the way, true to the fact that some of my men have limited education. Doesn't mean they should be labeled as ignorant individuals. They are here to ensure your safety and enforce the institution policies. The knowledge they have is enough for them to carry out their duties.

    Please also remember that in the time of hardship these will be the men out there on the front line risking their lives for you. This I can assure you you with.

    Thank you
    • CommentAuthorLaWaTaS
    • CommentTimeFeb 18th 2008
     
    Chief...Thank you very much. I really appreciate it. I know it is my fault chewing on campus but just the way they approach us is what i disapprove the most..For now, i thank you for your time to share me some informations..I gotta admit it, your securities are doing good but just their approach is inappropriate..Thanks chief...
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    i agree..........those new securities are soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.undescribeable...