The following indecent exposure advisory was sent to Citrus College students, faculty and staff Wednesday.
According to the notice, a female Citrus College student was walking through a campus parking lot on Tuesday afternoon when she was approached by a male in a gray sedan. The male reportedly asked the female student several questions before he exposed himself to her and drove off. The suspect is described as a heavyset white male, 20-30 years old with dark brown hair, wearing a dark shirt with no pants.
The following is the full advisory:
TO THE CITRUS COLLEGE COMMUNITY
NOVEMBER 7, 2012
In compliance with the "Timely Warning" provisions of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crimes Statistics Act of 1998, the Department of Campus Safety is giving notice of an indecent exposure that occurred on campus. The purpose of this Timely Warning is to raise campus awareness to a safety concern, as it is the duty of the institution to warn the community of these conditions.
Citrus College Campus Safety received information that on Tuesday, November 6, 2012, at approximately 4:30 p.m., a female Citrus College student was walking through the S6 (stadium) parking lot when she was approached by an unknown male in a four door, older model, gray sedan. The male asked the female several questions and subsequently exposed himself to her. The suspect then drove off and was last seen headed west, towards the S5 parking lot. The female student was not physically injured as a result of the incident.
Caucasian male 20 - 30 years of age
Dark brown hair
Wearing a dark shirt
Gray 4-Door older model sedan
The Department of Campus Safety is cooperating with the Glendora Police Department regarding the aforementioned incident. We strongly urge all members of the Citrus College community to contact Campus Safety (626) 914-8611, Glendora Police Department (626) 914-8250, Azusa Police Department (626) 812-3200or Azusa Pacific University Department of Campus Safety (626) 815-3898 immediately upon witnessing any unusual or suspicious activity. We appreciate your assistance, support and cooperation in this collective effort to make our campus and community safer for everyone!
▪ Program the phone number for the Department of Campus Safety into your phone (626) 914-8611.
▪ Walk with confidence; show that you are aware and in control.
▪ When possible, avoid walking alone. Walk with a friend or walk in well-traveled areas. If on campus, call Campus Safety for an escort when you are ready to leave.
▪ Stay in well lighted areas.
▪ If you are being followed, go to the nearest business or residence for help.
▪ If you are harassed by the occupants of a car, turn and walk in the other direction. The driver will have to turn around to follow you. Hold your purse close, not dangling, and avoid carrying extra money or valuables on your person.
Be aware of people around you. When you are walking, stay alert and tuned into your surroundings.