DPS investigates offensive graffiti found at Shaw Hall
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The Syracuse University Department of Public Safety is investigating the offensive graffiti reported at Shaw Hall Wednesday, according to a recent DPS bias incident report.
The graffiti, which was written on a whiteboard, was said to have been offensive to the transgender community.
Since the graffiti was first reported, the DPS has walked around the area where the whiteboard is located, reviewed the camera footage and offered services to the affected student.
“Syracuse University and the Department of Public Security will not tolerate hatred of any kind. We are working to identify the person (s) responsible for this behavior, ”DPS chief Bobby Maldonado said in the report.
There are no suspects for the incident on Thursday afternoon.
DPS asks anyone with information regarding graffiti to contact them at 315-443-2224. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous can report tips to the service through the Rave Guardian app or the Silent Witness tool.
Posted on August 26, 2021 at 7:08 p.m.
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