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1 Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety Report Fresno, Irvine, Los Angeles, Sacramento and

2 The University Founded in July 2001, Alliant International University is built on the foundation of two California educational traditions: the California School of Professional Psychology and United States International University. For their combined 85 years of service to students, both institutions have been committed to providing an education that ensures the acquisition of knowledge and competencies essential to living and leading in a global society. Alliant is a not-for-profit independent university with campus locations in six California cities Fresno, Irvine, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, two campuses in and one city outside the U.S. Mexico City, Mexico. The University s mission includes a strong commitment to providing students with global understanding and a multicultural perspective, through both its formal curricula and the experiences of studying, working and living cooperatively in a racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse environment. The following is the Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report for Alliant s Fresno, Irvine, Los Angeles, Sacramento and campuses. The Irvine campus moved to a new facility in July The following campus crime statistics reflect data collected at the former location of 2500 Michelson Drive, Suite 250, Irvine, CA for part of The joined Alliant in July 2010 and the campus crime statistics reflect data collected at the campus beginning July The Security and Fire Safety Report for all Alliant campuses may be obtained after October 1, 2013 through the Office of the President at (858) or (415) , and may be viewed at: Campus Safety/Security Safety at Alliant is everybody s business. Students, staff, and faculty are partners in creating an atmosphere that is safe and encourages learning. The University takes many common sense precautions for safety and hopes that students, faculty, and staff will do the same. No community, of course, can be totally risk-free in today s society. Crime takes place in our society at large, and the problem does not simply disappear at the edge of our facilities. Thefts and other violations of the law do sometimes occur at university campuses and other schools and colleges. It is possible that you may be a victim of crime at Alliant. Like most schools and colleges, the University has taken many steps to make the campus as safe as possible. All of us can further reduce risk by thinking about personal safety and taking practical precautions. The vast majority of incidents on college campuses can be avoided if students, staff, and faculty recognize that they can become victims and take basic precautions, such as not leaving personal belongings unattended, not propping open locked doors, etc. Even non-residential locations with small physical plants can benefit from increased awareness. Any suspicious activity, not just actual incidents of crime, should be reported to the individuals designated below. Campus Security Officials The following individuals are the designated Campus Security Officials and may be contacted at the following phone numbers and locations for the purpose of reporting crimes or incidents: Alliant-Fresno Campus Security Official Xavier Romano Title: Director of Campus Services Phone: (559) Address: 5130 E. Clinton Way Fresno, CA Alliant-Irvine Campus Security Official Nicole Camaras Title: Director of Campus Services Phone: (949) Address: Jamboree Business Center 2855 Michelle Drive, Suite 300 Irvine, CA Alliant-Los Angeles Campus Security Official Thomas Moore Title: Facilities Coordinator Phone: (626) Address: 1000 South Fremont Avenue, Room 7139 Alhambra, CA Other contact: Stephanie Byers-Bell Phone: (626) Alliant-Sacramento Campus Security Official Penny Schafer Title: Director of Campus Services Phone: (916) Address: 2030 West El Camino Ave., Suite 200 Sacramento, CA Alliant- Campus Security Official Sheila Henderson Title: Interim Director of Campus Services Phone: (415) Address: One Beach Street, Suite 100, CA Other contact: Geoff Bingaman Phone: (415) Alliant- Campus Security Official Jane Gamp Title: Dean Phone: (415) Address: 20 Haight Street, CA

3 Once a crime is reported, the institution will note that in the crime log within two days. The Campus Security Official is not a law enforcement official and does not have arrest authority; therefore all crimes reported to the security official will be reported to local police authorities. The complete version of Alliant s Campus Safety/Security Policies and Procedures is posted on Alliant s website at: Communicating About Safety Security and safety information is updated annually and provided to all students, employees, and applicants for admission. Additional detailed information on campus security and safety is distributed to all students and employees in the Alliant International University student handbook and the staff personnel manual. The campuses will provide the most timely and specific information possible and will attempt to answer all questions raised by students, faculty, and staff. By October 1 of each year, campus crime statistics are reported and distributed to the campus community. They are collected in July and August by the Campus Security Official, prepared for the annual campus security report and are transmitted electronically to the Department of Education. Thus, they are always available to the community at large. The tables below represent a summary of campus crimes reported to the designated Campus Security Official or law enforcement officials during the past three years. Under federal regulations the University must annually distribute the statistics on the reported on-campus occurrences of murder, manslaughter, rape, sexual assault, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, arson, and motor vehicle theft, as well as data on the number of arrests for liquor law violations, drug abuse violations and weapons possession. These reports are generated for police purposes, not public relations purposes, and therefore the categories and definitions used are those used by law enforcement agencies as stipulated in the Uniform Crime Report (UCR). There were no criminal offenses at any of Alliant International University s campuses that manifested evidence of prejudice based on race, religion, sexual orientation or ethnicity How to Report a Crime, Emergency Situation or Violation of Alliant Policies 1. If the crime or emergency situation appears to be immediately life or public safety threatening, call the Police directly at 911. Otherwise, contact the designated Campus Security Official at your campus. 2. Provide police or your Campus Security Official a clear and distinct description of the incident, who was involved, where it took place, when it took place and, if you know, how or why it occurred. Be as specific as possible and give your own name and those of other witnesses. 3. With the exception of counselors, all Alliant employees who are told about the commission or probable commission of one of the serious crimes outlined in the statistics section of this Annual Report must report specific information to the designated Campus Security Official. 4. You may request to remain anonymous when reporting a crime. 5. Reports concerning campus crimes become part of the official crime statistics for Alliant, which are then published in accordance with the Campus Security Act by the Office of the President in coordination with the University s Public Safety Department and designated Campus Security Officials. Access to Facilities and Campus Security Maintenance Programs Alliant International University buildings are locked and secured on a variety of schedules consistent with the usage of the buildings and the time of the academic year. To determine the specific schedule for the buildings or other academic support facility, contact the reception desk. When either the buildings or specific administrative offices are closed, only those staff or students with appropriate authorization are permitted to be in the buildings or administrative offices. The university facilities management personnel are responsible for repairing the campus facilities. This includes defective doors and locking mechanisms. In addition, exterior lighting is an important part of the university s commitment to campus safety. All members of the campus community are encouraged to report any known problems or hazards to his or her Campus Security Official. Prompt reporting enhances campus safety for all concerned

4 Timely Warning Reports to the Campus Community Timely Warning Reports regarding campus crimes or incidents will be published on short notice if there is a threat or continuing danger to the Alliant community. If any crime in the reported categories is reported to the campus security officer or other designated campus authority, or to local police officials, and is considered to be a continued threat to the community, the university will report this information to students in a timely manner. The person responsible for reporting these types of threat possibilities is the Campus Security Official. Warnings may be distributed in several ways, including posting on Alliant s intranet, by , orally, through signage, via the Alliant Emergency Communications System (AECS) or other appropriate means. Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures Alliant Emergency Communication System (AECS) enables Alliant to simultaneously send emergency communications to students, faculty and staff. This will improve overall communications in the event an emergency situation occurring on any Alliant campuses or affects campus operations. The system can send messages via telephone, e- mail, cell phone, and (SMS) text messages. Although Alliant will continue to use campus telephone numbers and Alliant E- mail for such communication, we have enhanced our communication features and capabilities with this system. All faculty and staff of Alliant will be required to register personal emergency contact information. Students are highly encouraged to register in order to receive important emergency communications. Updating your information will be vital to ensure you continue to receive emergency information from university should an emergency exist. Alliant will send out test messages every year to test our emergency communication system. Other than a yearly test, you should only receive messages when an emergency exists. Upon receiving information than an emergency exists, the Director of Campus Services (DCS), Vice President for Administration (VPA) or designate have the authority to send out emergency messages to each campus. The DCS, VPA or designate will contact the Chief Public Safety Officer in San Diego with all pertinent information. The Chief Public Safety Officer will issue the notice to the respective campus via the AECS. The DCS, VPA or designate will send an internal campus wide notification. Runners Internet website/campus homepage The purpose of evacuation drills is to prepare building occupants for an organized evacuation in case of fire or other emergency. Drills are coordinated by the Campus Security Official. In addition to educating the occupants of each building about the evacuation procedures during the drills, the process also provides the University an opportunity to test the operation of the fire alarm system components or any other tool used during emergency situations. Recommendations for improvements are also submitted to the appropriate department/offices for consideration. Additional information regarding campus evacuation can be found in the Emergency Plan for each campus, located on Alliant s website portal. Safety Tips for Alliant Community Members 1. Be aware of your surroundings at all times, pay attention to what other people are doing. 2. Familiarize yourself with the University s policies and procedures including the Sexual Assault/Harassment Policy, Alcohol Use Policy, Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Information and other information located in this report and the student handbook. The handbook is distributed to students and is available upon request from the Office of the Director of Campus Services. 3. Attend security awareness programs sponsored by Alliant throughout the year. 4. Lock doors. It is a good idea not only to lock doors when you are away, but also when you are asleep or in the shower. 5. Lock windows and secure sliding windows with a dowel placed in the track. 6. Discourage theft by keeping lights or a radio on when you are out. Putting lights on a timer is also a good idea, and it saves energy. 7. Keep a list of your belongings and give a copy to someone who lives elsewhere. The list should include serial and model numbers and a description of items. Keeping sales receipts and photographing valuables is also a good idea. Purchase insurance. 8. Encourage your roommates to help you maintain security. Look out for one another at all times. 9. Notify your Campus Security Official immediately if you observe someone acting suspiciously or see evidence of possible security problems. 10. Familiarize yourself with the location of nearby telephones in case of an emergency. Call 911 in an emergency. In addition to the AECS, the campus has additional methods and processes to distribute emergency information: Voic Telephone trees/emergency Cell Phones Faxes - 4 -

5 Avoid These Risky Behaviors Don t give out copies of your key, or leave your key under a doormat. Don t put your address on your key chain. Don t put notes on your door indicating that you are not home. If you come home and find the door open or a window broken, don t go in. Instead, go to a neighbor s home to call for help. Don t give personal information to strangers on the telephone, in person, or on the Internet. Don t keep large sums of money or expensive valuables at home. Get a bank account or a security deposit box. Don t open your door to strangers. Look through the peephole or ask for the identity of callers before you open the door. Don t take shortcuts. Don t walk in poorly lighted areas. Don t accept rides from strangers. Campus Alcohol and Drug Policies Alliant s policies are covered in greater depth in the student handbooks, the Alliant Employee Handbook, the Drug-Free School and Workplace Policy Statement (located at and in the Annual Drug Free Workplace Program memorandum distributed to all faculty and staff. The following points are repeated for emphasis: 1. No one under the legal drinking age of 21 may consume alcoholic beverages on campus. Anyone doing so, or anyone supplying alcohol to an underage person, will face disciplinary charges and possible criminal charges. 2. The sale or possession of illegal drugs is not only a violation of University policy, but also violates federal, state and local laws. The University will support community police agencies which enforce these laws through executing search warrants and arresting violators of the law on the campuses. 3. The University actively reviews and adjudicates all cases where drug and/or alcohol misuse is alleged and takes appropriate follow-up measures through its internal disciplinary system and/or referral to its Wellness Center and/or Counseling Services. Drug Free School and Workplace Policy Statement The University strictly prohibits the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, use, sale, purchase, transfer, consumption, or being under the influence of a controlled substance on University property or as part of any University sponsored activity. The University also prohibits the abuse of prescription drugs as well as the illegal use, purchase, sale or attempted sale of prescription drugs. The use of alcoholic beverages while on University premises, including meal periods and breaks, is absolutely prohibited except when authorized by the President s Office, the Director of Campus Services, or a school dean for approved University functions. However, being under the influence of alcohol at such functions is prohibited. Using or being under the influence of unauthorized drugs while attending University approved functions is also prohibited. Violation of this policy will constitute grounds for disciplinary action. Alliant International University will impose sanctions for violation of this policy, which may include completion of an appropriate rehabilitation program, expulsion from school, or referral to the authorities for prosecution. Each University employee is required to notify his or her supervisor if he/she is using prescription drugs which may affect his or her ability to perform his or her job safely. Each University staff member is required to provide notice to his or her supervisor no later than five (5) days following any drug-related criminal conviction if such unlawful conduct for which he or she is convicted occurred in the workplace. Voluntary Rehabilitation The University supports students, staff, and/or faculty who voluntarily seek rehabilitation for drug/alcohol-related problems. A list of resources in your area is included below, which may be accessed for drug education programs as well as for drug rehabilitation programs. You may also contact the Director of Campus Services for confidential assistance in this matter or for additional local resources in your area. If you choose to avail yourself of a rehabilitation program, you will be provided a leave of absence in accordance with the applicable policy. If a staff member chooses to take advantage of a rehabilitation program, the University will attempt to accommodate him or her with a reasonable leave of absence. Accrued sick leave and vacation benefits may be applied toward this leave but will not continue to accrue once expended. Health insurance benefits may be continued at the staff member s expense under COBRA. Drug/Alcohol Awareness Program The University maintains a drug/alcohol awareness program in order to make every effort to ensure that all University students, staff, and faculty are aware of issues regarding drug and alcohol use/abuse including: 1. The policy of the University regarding drug/alcohol-free facilities; 2. The dangers and health risks of drugs and alcohol; 3. The availability of referral agencies for drug/alcohol counseling and rehabilitation; and 4. Disciplinary actions that may result from a violation of this policy. Administrators will be trained in the enforcement of this policy and ensure the confidentiality of such matters. Disciplinary action in relation to this policy is subject to approval by the appropriate senior administrator

6 Health Risks Associated with the Abuse of Alcohol Alcohol consumption can cause a number of marked changes in behavior. Even low doses can significantly impair the judgment and coordination required to drive a car safely, increasing the likelihood that the driver will be involved in an accident. Low to moderate doses of alcohol also can increase the incidence of a variety of aggressive acts, including spouse and child abuse. Moderate to high doses of alcohol can cause marked impairments in higher mental functions, severely altering a person s ability to learn and remember information. Very high doses can cause respiratory depression and death. If combined with other depressants of the central nervous system, much lower doses of alcohol can produce the effects just described. Repeated use of alcohol can lead to dependence. Sudden cessation of alcohol intake may produce withdrawal symptoms, including severe anxiety, tremors, hallucinations, and convulsions. Alcohol withdrawal can be life-threatening. Long-term consumption of large quantities of alcohol, particularly when combined with poor nutrition, can also lead to permanent damage to vital organs such as the brain and the liver. Women who drink alcohol during pregnancy may give birth to infants with fetal alcohol syndrome. These infants may have irreversible physical abnormalities and mental retardation. In addition, research indicates that children of alcoholic parents are at greater risk than others of becoming alcoholics. Outside Resources Your HMO or health plan may provide programs for substance use, abuse and dependency. The following is a partial list of community resources. For more information about organizations in your area, call the following numbers and ask for information on your local chapter. National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence: (415) Alcoholics Anonymous: Oakland: (510) , : (415) , San Mateo (650) , or aa.org Narcotics Anonymous: Alameda County: (510) , Marin: (877) , : (415) ; or SMART Recovery: (415) Drug Abuse 24-hour Hotline: (415) Sacramento National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence: (916) Alcoholics Anonymous: (916) , or Narcotics Anonymous: (916) , or Fresno National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence: (559) Alcoholics Anonymous: (559) , or Narcotics Anonymous: (559) or SMART Recovery: (559) Los Angeles National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence: (626) , (310) or (818) Alcoholics Anonymous: (323) , (800) , or Narcotics Anonymous: Southern California: (626) , (310) , (323) or (800) , LA County Mental Health Services: (800) (24-hour hotline, 365 days a year) SMART Recovery: (310) Irvine National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence: (877) , (949) Alcoholics Anonymous: (714) , or

7 Narcotics Anonymous: (714) , Statewide California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs: (800) , Cocaine Hotline - Information, crisis intervention, and referrals to local rehab centers for all types of drug dependency. Operates 24 hours, seven days a week: (800) (COCAINE) Center for Substance Abuse Referral Hotline (800) (HELP) Alcohol Treatment Referral Hotline (800) Alcohol and Drug Abuse Helpline and Treatment (800) Sexual Assault Notice Pursuant to the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act (CSCPA) Alliant International University s Public Notification Policy: In accordance with the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act (CSCPA), California s Megan s Law and in conjunction with the police department jurisdictions in which Alliant s California campuses are located, this policy will be the guiding factor in notifying the Alliant International University community of registered sex offenders associated with the University. All persons required to register with a local law enforcement agency as a sex offender, according to California Penal Code 290, who enroll in class, work, or make deliveries or work on the Alliant International University campus 30 days or more in one year, must register at the relevant Police Department as being associated with Alliant International University. The police department will evaluate the classification of the offender according to California s Megan s Law. If the offender fits into a category of a High-Risk Sex Offender or Serious Sex Offender, the police department is supposed to inform the University of the registration. According to CSCPA and California s Megan s Law, Alliant International University will then notify the campus community of the sex offender s registration. This notification will include the name of the offender, and may include a photo and a summary of the offender and prior convictions. Alliant International University will make an effort to contact and inform the offender of the intent to notify the community before notification is made. Notification to the community may be made by using copies of flyers supplied by the police department, flyers developed by the university, campus wide , flyers in campus mailboxes, or establishing a web page on Alliant s intranet. The purpose of the notification is not to cause undue hardship to a student seeking an education at Alliant International University or to create a hostile work environment. The purpose of this policy is to keep the University community informed for their safety, and to comply with local and federal law. Any member of the Alliant International University community who wishes to obtain further information regarding sexual offenders/predators in the area of our campuses may refer to the State of California Attorney General website at: Alliant prevention programs and publications: Alliant will not tolerate sexual assault in any form, including acquaintance rape. Sexual assault is a violent crime and includes all forms of sexual contact carried out against the will and without the consent of the victim. The student handbook includes a comprehensive discussion of sexual assault prevention. Sexual assault is a topic addressed during orientation programs. The Handbook and presentations stress the high correlation between alcohol consumption and acquaintance rape. Procedures for Campus Disciplinary Action The victim may file a complaint against the accused either independent of, or in conjunction with, criminal or civil charges, if any, are brought against the accused. The complaint will be investigated and heard through the internal campus judicial system if the accused is an Alliant student or through other processes if the accused is a University employee. Alliant is dedicated to providing a timely and appropriate response to complaints of sexual assault which recognizes that certain due process regulations be followed. Both parties have the right to present evidence or witnesses, and both parties have the opportunity to have immediate members of their family and/or an advisor present at the hearing. Accused students will be afforded an opportunity to hear all testimony against them and question witnesses testifying against them. The accuser and the accused will be informed of the final determination of the disciplinary proceeding. The student handbook provides additional hearing procedures and outlines the sanctions which may be applied when any disciplinary case is brought forward. In the case of an affirmative finding of sexual assault, the accused student may expect serious punishment, including the very real possibility of dismissal from the University. Upon request to the Director of Campus Services, Alliant will change a victim s academic and/or living situation if reasonably available

8 Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Policy Anti-Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Policy Statement Alliant International University strives to provide a workplace free from sexual misconduct and all forms of harassment including, but not limited to, sexual, racial and religious harassment. The University will not tolerate such conduct on the part of any employee, student, vendor, or other individuals. Compliance with this policy will be strictly enforced and violations will be dealt with in accordance with the Deficiency Counseling Policy and Procedure or the appropriate faculty or student disciplinary policy and procedure. Alliant International University finds sexual misconduct totally unacceptable to this working/learning environment. Staff, faculty and administrators are not to engage in sexual relationships with students, whether consensual or otherwise. Supervisors are not to engage in sexual relationships, whether consensual or otherwise, with those staff who report to them, directly or indirectly. The University will take all reasonable steps necessary to prevent harassment and sexual misconduct. Alliant maintains a program to eliminate sexual and other forms of harassment from its working/learning environment including the provision of supervisory, staff, faculty, and student sexual awareness and prevention training. In compliance with California State law, all University employees and students are given a copy of the Department of Fair Employment and Housing s pamphlet (DFEH-185) entitled Sexual Harassment: The Facts About Sexual Harassment. Administrators will support and assist staff, faculty, and students in the legitimate pursuit of investigating and remediating problems of harassment or sexual misconduct whenever it occurs. If you are a student or employee who feels you have been subjected to such abuses, you should report all harassment and sexual misconduct complaints (knowing that it will be in confidence and without reprisal or retaliation) to your Grievance/HR Director or to your supervisor. In most cases, the procedures by which incidents of harassment will be handled are the standing grievance procedures. Definitions What is sexual harassment? Sexual harassment is defined as an attempt to coerce an unwilling person into a sexual relationship, to subject a person to unwanted sexual attention, to punish a refusal to comply, or to create a sexually intimidating, hostile, or offensive working, social, or educational environment. Harassment on the basis of sex is a violation of Section 703 of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Fair Employment & Housing Act, Government Code Sections (a), (h), and (i). Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other visual, verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature constitute sexual harassment when one of the following occurs: Submission to such conduct is made a term or condition of your status as a student or employment at the campus; Submission to or rejection of such conduct is used as the basis for academic/professional or employment decisions affecting you; or Such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with your academic/work performance or creating an intimidating or hostile learning/working environment. This definition includes many forms of offensive behavior and includes gender-based harassment of a person of the same sex as the harasser. Forms of sexual harassment include the following: Unwelcome sexual advances; Making or threatening reprisals after a negative response to sexual advances; Visual conduct, e.g., leering, making sexual gestures, displaying of sexually suggestive objects or pictures, cartoons or posters; Verbal conduct, e.g., making or using derogatory comments, epithets, slurs, and jokes; Verbal abuse of a sexual nature, graphic verbal commentaries about an individual s body, sexually degrading words used to describe an individual, suggestive or obscene letters, notes or invitations; and Physical conduct, e.g., touching, assault, impeding or blocking movements. What is racial harassment? Racial harassment is defined as creating a racially intimidating, hostile or offensive social, educational, or work environment. What is religious harassment? Religious harassment is defined as creating a religiously intimidating, hostile or offensive social, educational, or work environment. (This definition will be interpreted and applied consistent with generally accepted standards of mature behavior, academic freedom, and freedom of expression.) What is sexual assault? Sexual assault includes but is not limited to: rape; unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor; spousal rape; assault with intent to commit mayhem, rape, sodomy or oral copulation; stalking; or sexual battery. Redress for Harassment If you believe you have been harassed, you may obtain redress through the established informal and formal procedures of your campus. You should talk about the situation with the Grievance/HR Officer assigned to your location about how to proceed. Any harassment or sexual misconduct complaints received by the Director of Campus Services will be referred to the Human Resources Officer. Complaints about harassment or sexual misconduct will be responded to promptly and equitably. The right to confidentiality of all members of the campus community will be respected in both informal and formal procedures, insofar as appropriate. Retaliation against individuals for bringing complaints of harassment will not be permitted. (University policy against - 8 -

9 retaliation does not impair the right of any individual to secure legal redress in the courts.) It is expected that many complaints of sexual/ racial/religious harassment will result from misunderstanding rather than from willful misconduct, and that explanation, education and warning will prevent further complaints. What to Do if You Have Been the Victim of a Sexual Assault or of Harassment by a Member of the Student Body, Faculty, or Staff 1. You should report the incident to the local police department and campus personnel as appropriate. 2. You should consult with a trained victims support person who may accompany you through the campus and criminal court proceedings as appropriate (see Confidential Sources of Help below). 3. You may request changes in your academic schedule or other accommodations to help make your environment safer at the University. 4. You will be protected from any reference to past sexual history in the campus proceedings. 5. You may be present during any campus proceedings. 6. You should receive timely notification of the results of the campus or operating unit proceedings. 7. You may request reasonable accommodation for special academic or work needs, e.g., make-up privileges, extension of deadlines, etc., which may result. 8. You may maintain control of the extent to which you want to pursue campus proceedings. 9. You will be afforded all rights as defined in your campus student and faculty handbooks and the Universitywide Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual. 10. You may have access to appropriate consultation or guidance provided by the campus. If You Are Accused of a Violation of Acceptable Legal and Professional Standards of Behavior: 1. You will be afforded all rights as defined in the University s student and faculty handbooks and the Universitywide Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual. 2. You may have access to appropriate consultation or guidance provided by the campus. What to Do if You Are Sexually Assaulted 1. Seek medical attention immediately: Do not change clothing. Do not shower, bathe, douche or brush your teeth. Do not eat or drink anything. If possible, delay going to the bathroom until after you are examined (this preserves evidence of the assault). Also do not clean up your house if the attack occurred there; the police will need to take fingerprint samples and collect other evidence at the scene of the crime. Hospital Emergency Room care is highly recommended. Hospitals are required to report the incident to the police, but you are not obligated to press charges or give information that makes you uncomfortable. At the hospital, you can expect to undergo a general physical examination, pregnancy test, and tests for sexually transmitted diseases. The doctor or police may need to take photographs of your injuries. If you are certain you do not wish to report the incident, you may seek medical attention at any healthcare facility. 2. Get emotional support: Tell someone you trust. You need to talk about this. Most rape counseling centers have trained counselors available 24 hours a day who will talk with you on the phone or meet with you immediately. If you wish, they will also accompany you to the hospital. You have the right to have an advocate from a rape crisis center, or a person of your choice, with you during the medical examination. 3. Report the assault: Victims are urged to report all cases of sexual assault to the appropriate authorities. If you have already decided to report an incident to the police, call 911 immediately and tell them you need help. Remember, reporting an incident is different from prosecuting. You are not obligated, after reporting an incident, to cooperate in a criminal investigation. It is important, however, to report a rape to the police to increase the chances that the individual will be caught, convicted and imprisoned so that he or she cannot victimize others. Confidential Sources of Help SAN FRANCISCO Bay Area Women Against Rape offers a 24-hour hotline for survivors of sexual assault. Individual peer counseling and "survivors group" counseling. Advocacy and accompaniment for survivors of rape and sexual assault. Oakland: (510) Women Against Rape offers a 24-hour crisis hotline for survivors of rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment, child sexual assault and ritual abuse. In-person counseling, advocacy and accompaniment for survivors of rape and sexual assault are also offered. (415) , UCSF Trauma Recovery Center/Rape Treatment Center offers a 24-hour crisis hotline, medical treatment and counseling, optional police report and evidence collection. Provides legal, financial and housing advocacy for all victims of physical trauma. Serves men and women 18 and over. (415) Women Organized to Make Abuse Nonexistent, Inc. (W.O.M.A.N., Inc.) offers a 24-hour crisis hotline, counseling, advocacy, restraining order assistance available for women in domestic violence situations. Services for lesbians are offered. (415) or toll-free (877) for Bay Area residents only. SACRAMENTO Sacramento Rape Crisis (916) Women Escaping A Violent Environment (WEAVE) (866) or (916)

10 FRESNO Rape Counseling Service of Fresno a victim s advocate agency; exists to aid sexual assault victims, their family members and anyone who may be significantly close to a victim. The agency, located at 259 North Blackstone Avenue, offers several services: Crisis Intervention 24-hour hotline: (559) Community Services educates the community about the problem of sexual assault and services offered Professional Counseling short term counseling available to rape, incest and child molestation victims as long as the abuse occurred within the last two years Court Advocacy provides court preparation and judicial advocacy to sexual assault victims whose cases are pending: (559) Marjaree Mason Center Domestic Violence Shelter and Supportive Services offers emergency shelter, counseling, legal advice, support groups and 24-hour confidential crisis line: (800) ; United Way of Fresno The Central Valley Specialist can answer calls in over 150 languages, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The service is free and confidential LOS ANGELES Trauma Crisis Center offers counseling and referrals for victims of sexual assault: (818) Rape Hotline, YWCA of Greater Los Angeles (213) ; Los Angeles County Rape & Battering Hotline (310) Los Angeles County Domestic Violence Hotline (800) Central Los Angeles Rape Hotline (213) West San Gabriel Valley Rape Hotline (626) Long Beach Rape Crisis Center and Hotline (562) IRVINE Community Service Programs, Inc. the only rape crisis center in Orange County, a victim s advocate agency existing to aid sexual assault victims, their family members and anyone who may be significantly close to a victim. Several services are offered: Crisis Intervention 24-hour hotline: (949) or (714) Community Services educates the community about the problem of sexual assault and services offered Professional Counseling group or individual counseling available to rape, incest and child molestation victims Court Advocacy provides court preparation and judicial advocacy to sexual assault victims whose cases are pending Community Service Programs Inc. Sexual Assault Victim Service (949) NATIONWIDE Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network (RAINN) (800) (HOPE) National Domestic Violence Hotline (800) (SAFE) Workplace Violence Policy Alliant International University strives to provide a workplace free from violence and threats of violence. The University finds violence and threats of violence totally unacceptable to this working/learning environment. It is the University s policy to help prevent incidents of violence from occurring in the workplace and learning environment. Alliant International University expressly prohibits and will not tolerate any acts or threats of violence by any University employee, student, or visitor, or by any former University employee, student or visitor against any other employee or former employee, student or visitor, whether on Alliant International University premises or elsewhere, at any time. Also, Alliant International University does not condone any acts or threats of violence against University employees, students or visitors on University premises at any time or while they are engaged in business with or on behalf of the University, on or off University premises. The University will take reasonable steps to prevent any acts or threats of violence from occurring, and will take prompt remedial action, up to and including removal from the premises by law enforcement and prosecution to the full extent of the law of any offending individual who engages in any threatening behavior or acts of violence, or who uses obscene, abusive, or threatening language or gestures. The University prohibits employees, students and visitors from bringing unauthorized firearms or other weapons onto University premises. Compliance with this policy will be strictly enforced and violations will be dealt with in accordance with the Deficiency Counseling Policy and procedure, or the appropriate faculty or student disciplinary policy and procedure, and sanctions will be enforced up to and including termination of employment or removal from Alliant International University s academic programs. Alliant International University maintains a program to eliminate violence or threats of violence from its working/learning environment, including the periodic provision of supervisory, staff, faculty, and student workplace violence awareness and prevention training. Administrators will support and assist staff, faculty, and students in the legitimate pursuit of investigating and remediating problems of workplace violence or threats of violence, whenever it occurs. Employees or students who experience such abuses

11 should report all violence and threats of violence to their supervisor or the Director of Campus Services. Employees have a duty to warn their supervisors, the Director of Campus Services, and/or Human Resources Office of any suspicious workplace activity or situations or incidents that they observe or that they are aware of that involve other employees or students, former employees or students, or visitors that appear problematic. This includes any threats or acts of violence, aggressive behavior, offensive acts, threatening or offensive comments or remarks, etc. Employee and student reports made pursuant to this policy will be held in the strictest confidence to the maximum extent possible. Alliant International University will not tolerate any form of retaliation against any employee or student for making a report under this policy. Weapons The University prohibits the possession or use of any potentially dangerous weapon or explosive on the campus. Firearms, ammunition, air guns, spring-type weapons, slingshots, and firecrackers are examples of those items prohibited. Smoke Free Facilities Policy All facilities of Alliant International University are smoke free. Smoking is not permitted inside buildings or immediately outside the entrances. Smoking is permitted away from the entrances and on the patios. Please deposit cigarette butts in the ashtrays provided. Campus Fire Safety and Right to Know Disclosures The Campus Fire Safety Right-to Know Act requires colleges and universities to disclose certain fire safety information for each campus with on-campus student housing facilities. The San Diego Campus of Alliant International University is the only Alliant campus that has student residential housing. On-Campus Housing Missing Student Policy and Procedure Changes for 2010 in the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act now require colleges and universities to disclose information for each campus with on-campus student housing facilities. The San Diego Campus of Alliant International University is the only Alliant campus that has on-campus student housing facilities

12 Crime Statistics The categories below, used for reporting purposes, are those defined by the Uniform Crime Reporting System. If you have any questions about these statistics, please contact the designated Campus Security Official at your campus. In some instances the institution was not required to collect this data, and therefore the data may be reported as 0 or as NR, not required. The Irvine campus moved to its current location in July of 2010, and therefore the data reflects the crime statistics gathered at the previous location for part of The following occurrences of crime were noted on campus. Fresno Irvine Los Angeles Sacramento On Campus Murder/Non-negligent Manslaughter Forcible Sex Offenses Non-forcible Sex Offenses Robbery Aggravated Assault Burglary Motor Vehicle Theft Arson Negligent Manslaughter The following occurrences of crime were noted on non-campus buildings or property. Non-Campus Buildings or Property Fresno Irvine Los Angeles Sacramento Murder/Non-negligent Manslaughter Forcible Sex Offenses Non-forcible Sex Offenses Robbery Aggravated Assault Burglary Motor Vehicle Theft Arson Negligent Manslaughter The following occurrences of crime were noted on public property. Fresno Irvine Los Angeles Sacramento Public Property Murder/Non-negligent Manslaughter Forcible Sex Offenses Non-forcible Sex Offenses Robbery Aggravated Assault Burglary Motor Vehicle Theft Arson Negligent Manslaughter Statistics received from the Fresno Police Department were more expansive than the geographic area defined by the Clery Act. 2 Data received from the Police Department was for an area 500 feet around each campus location

13 Prejudice Crime Reports The categories below, used for reporting purposes, are those defined by the Uniform Crime Reporting System. If you have any questions about these statistics, please contact the designated Campus Security Official at your campus. New reporting requirements for 2010 required the inclusion of four new categories of crime statistics reporting in regards to hate crimes. The new reporting categories are larceny/theft, simple assault, intimidation and destruction/damage/vandalism of property There were no incidences of hate crimes reported on campus.. On Campus Fresno Irvine Los Angeles Sacramento Murder/Non-negligent Manslaughter Forcible Sex Offenses Non-forcible Sex Offenses Robbery Aggravated Assault Burglary Motor Vehicle Theft Arson Negligent Manslaughter Larceny/Theft Simple Assault Intimidation Destruction/Vandalism There were no incidences of hate crimes reported on non-campus buildings. Non-Campus Buildings or Property Fresno Irvine Los Angeles Sacramento Murder/Non-negligent Manslaughter Forcible Sex Offenses Non-forcible Sex Offenses Robbery Aggravated Assault Burglary Motor Vehicle Theft Arson Negligent Manslaughter Larceny/Theft Simple Assault Intimidation Destruction/Vandalism There were no incidences of hate crimes reported on public property. Public Property Fresno Irvine Los Angeles Sacramento Murder/Non-negligent Manslaughter Forcible Sex Offenses Non-forcible Sex Offenses Robbery Aggravated Assault Burglary Motor Vehicle Theft Arson Negligent Manslaughter Larceny/Theft Simple Assault Intimidation Destruction/Vandalism

14 The following information concerns arrests and disciplinary actions/judicial referrals. On Campus Arrests Fresno Irvine Los Angeles Sacramento Liquor Law Violations Drug Law Violations Illegal Weapons Possessions On Campus Disciplinary Actions/Judicial Referrals Fresno Irvine Los Angeles Sacramento Liquor Law Violations Drug Law Violations Illegal Weapons Possessions Arrests in Non-Campus Buildings Fresno Irvine Los Angeles Sacramento Liquor Law Violations Drug Law Violations Illegal Weapons Possessions On Campus Disciplinary Actions/Judicial Referrals in Non-Campus Buildings Fresno Irvine Los Angeles Sacramento Liquor Law Violations Drug Law Violations Illegal Weapons Possessions Public Property Arrests Fresno Irvine Los Angeles Sacramento Liquor Law Violations Drug Law Violations Illegal Weapons Possessions Public Property Disciplinary Actions/Judicial Referrals Fresno Irvine Los Angeles Sacramento Liquor Law Violations Drug Law Violations Illegal Weapons Possessions

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