1 Houston Baptist University Annual Campus Security Report October 2014 Including Statistical Information from the Calendar Years
2 Introduction The Houston Baptist University Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report is created in order to comply with the requirements of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), the amended Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (also known as the Cleary Act or the Clery Amendment). This report contains changes which were signed into law on March 7, 2013 as the Campus Sexual Violation elimination Act ( Campus SaVE ), part of the re-authorization of the Violence Against Women Act (the VAWRA ). Campus crime, arrest and referral statistics included in this report are primarily incidents reported to the Houston Baptist University Police Department, the HBU Student Life Division, and publically available crime information from the Houston Police Department. In order to comply with the Act, some items listed in the statistics may have occurred off campus, in close proximity to the institution. This report is distributed annually to the students, faculty and staff of HBU electronically, is maintained on the Houston Baptist University Police Department web page, and can be requested in printed form directly from the University Police. Please note, statistics reported in this report relate to complaints and arrests made, and do not necessarily indicate if an incident was adjudicated or even the outcome of any adjudication at all. The University Police Department The Houston Baptist University campus is patrolled by Officers of the Houston Baptist University Police Department. The department consists of 14 full time Police Officers who are certified through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education (TCLEOSE). One or more officers are on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week, year round. The Department also staffs a Dispatcher position 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All campus police officers are fully commissioned under the provisions of Section of the Texas Education Code, and have full law enforcement authorities throughout all property owned and controlled by Houston Baptist University. All officers are graduates of a police academy, and must attend in-service courses to maintain their Police Officer certification as mandated by the State of Texas. Officers are responsible for a full range of public safety services including all crime reports, investigations, medical and fire emergencies, traffic accidents, enforcement of laws regulating alcohol, the use of controlled substances, weapons and all other incidents requiring police assistance. Officers are also committed to serving the campus community by providing specific services that both enhance the safety of the members of the community and improve quality of life by minimizing the effect of unexpected circumstances.
3 Interagency Cooperation The Campus Police Department maintains a close working relationship with the Houston Police Department and the Harris County Sheriff s Department, as well as state and federal law enforcement agencies and all appropriate elements of the criminal justice system. Assistance and support from these agencies can be obtained immediately via previously negotiated Letters of Agreement. As Houston Baptist University is an important part of the Houston community in which we are located, so crime trends and suspect information are routinely exchanged between the departments in an effort to solve crimes, and build better cases against the perpetrators. The department s ability to function as an independent law enforcement agency enables it to provide a sensitive, measured approach to all situations requiring police assistance while still maintaining the authority of the University. Community Responsibility The security of members of the University community is of vital concern to the Houston Baptist University Administration and especially the University Police Department. However, students, faculty and staff must actively accept responsibility for doing their part to maintain a safe environment. All members of the University community have a responsibility to themselves and to others to use due care for their safety and to comply with all local, state and federal laws and the college s regulations for the protection of others. Failure to take precautions or maintain an awareness of the environment and surroundings may result in increased crimes. University Police will continue to develop and implement security measures, but these measures cannot succeed without the personal support of faculty, staff, students and visitors. The Houston Baptist University Police Department is committed to providing quality service and protection to the campus community while working within the framework of its authority and resources. Community members are encouraged to contact University Police to report crimes as soon as they are observed or detected. University Police Contact Information Houston Baptist University Police 7419 Southwest Freeway Houston, TX Emergency calls ONLY (ext from within the University) Non-Emergency phone (ext from within the University)
4 HBU Alert Emergency Notification System HBU has implemented an important communication tool for students, faculty and staff. The HBU Alert System can provide voice or text messaging to local or cell phones as well as through HBU accounts in the event of a campus emergency. Standard messaging rates may apply. Opting Out of Notification Services Anyone may opt out of SMS (text) messaging by responding to the text message as directed or by texting "STOP" or "QUIT" to Students, faculty and staff may not opt out of notification through your university-hosted If you are not associated with HBU in any manner, please notify the Registrar's Office. Include the phone number and/or address that received the notification that should be removed from our notices. Changing/updating Notification Settings Students, Faculty, and Staff should make sure that your contact information is up-to-date and then follow these instructions: ( BU_Contact_Info.pdf). Alumni, Parents, those no longer attending HBU or are not associated with HBU should report all address and phone number changes to the Registrar's Office. Campus Phones vs. Cell Phones The University phone system can only handle a limited number of simultaneous incoming calls. Therefore, cell phones may receive an alert prior to campus phones. Replaying the Message While on the call, you can replay the message by pressing the star (*) key at the end of the message. You may also check your to locate a link to the message. Caller ID When HBU sends a call out using the HBU Alert System, it will always display the University's main switchboard number as the Caller ID. Please do not call the main university switchboard when you receive a message. Instead, visit this page at hbu.edu/alert for more information on the situation.
5 Responding to Busy Signals or No-answer Situations For busy signals, the call will be repeated several times in an attempt to reach you. The same is true for no-answer calls and call waiting. If the call goes to a voic box, a message will be left. If after several attempts the call does not successfully go through, the system will stop attempting and report your number to be busy. Emergency contact information will not be published or shared. Send questions and comments to Reporting Emergencies, Criminal Activity, or Requesting Officer Assistance Members of the campus community are encouraged to immediately notify University Police whenever they witness an offense being committed. In this type of situation, immediate reporting and response increases the opportunity for intervention and apprehension. For crimes that have already been committed, quick reporting will still assist Officers in protecting the crime scene and gathering evidence. Reporting an incident may be handled in one of several ways. Individuals who want to report alleged criminal action or emergencies that occur on campus may do so by calling University Police at the number listed above. This procedure is recommended if the caller is observing current activity or the suspect s direction and mode of travel, and current information will assist in intervention or apprehension of an individual. There are a number of Emergency Phones around campus that may be utilized if no other phone is currently available. Community members may also choose to visit the University Police Office located in the Retail Complex facing the Southwest Freeway frontage road to make a report in person. This procedure may be preferred whenever a report is of a sensitive or complex in nature, or possibly requires a written statement as part of the investigative process. Requesting immediate assistance from any officer on patrol is also an option. When a report of a crime in progress or major offense is received, the Houston Baptist University Police Department will dispatch an officer immediately to investigate the suspected criminal activity. Responses include, but are not limited to: Dispatching one or more officers. Preparing any needed investigation reports. Arresting and filing charges, depending upon the circumstances of the offense. Referring alleged offenders to appropriate campus agencies for action.
6 For less serious crimes that have already occurred, Officers may respond immediately if time permits, or make arrangements to meet at a later time if there are more pressing circumstances requiring immediate attention. Notification of Crime to the University Community Efforts are made to advise the campus community about campus crimes and crime related problems on a timely basis. These include the Crime Log, Crime Alerts and, in extreme situations, Crime Bulletins that are distributed through the campus voice mail system and/or , or the HBU Alert Emergency Notification system. The Crime Log A Crime Log of incidences occurring on campus will be maintained at the Campus Police Department. This log, which covers the last 60 days of activity, is a public record document and may be viewed upon request. Crime Alerts Crime Alerts are notification by and postings regarding crime trends and particular security risks. Once a security issue or crime trend is identified, notifications are prepared and distributed to alert the community. Depending on the circumstance, distribution may go to a specific residence hall, all students, or the entire University. Crime Bulletins Crime Bulletins are similar to Crime Alerts, but are for situations that are more serious in nature. They may be issued whenever a major crime risk is identified. It may be after a single specific crime has been committed, or after a major security risk has been identified. Crime Prevention and Programming Crime Prevention Programs on personal safety and theft prevention are coordinated through University Police, Student Life, and various other groups on campus. Individuals and groups wishing to host a program should contact one of these areas to make arrangements for the specific topic being considered. Each Fall, a Safety Day program is held through the Office of Residence Life. Building Access and Security Members of the Houston Baptist University community can help protect their personal security and the security of campus buildings and offices by not letting strangers enter and by not propping doors open.
7 Security in Residential Facilities Each occupant is responsible for locking their individual rooms within the facilities. Depending on the residence building, some common-use areas are monitored by a card-reader access system. Any crime occurring in residential facilities should be reported immediately to the Houston Baptist Police Department or to the Office of Residence Life. Students should report a door or monitoring device in need of repair to the Residence Life representative at their residential facilities. Students also may request lock changes when circumstances or conditions warrant a change. Further building security information is printed in the housing agreement. Security in Academic Areas As a major University, many of Houston Baptist University s academic buildings are open to authorized faculty, staff and students later at night and are secured after hours by University Police. Students, faculty and staff must participate in keeping buildings secure by locking doors and windows, and reporting suspicious persons or activities to the Houston Baptist University Police Department at Security of Physical Facilities University Police Officers patrol the campus in an effort to assure a high level of physical security. As a regular part of their patrol duties, they also submit maintenance requests regarding any safety problems such as defective lighting, inoperative doors or locks, broken sidewalks, steps and handrails and any other condition which might detract from one s personal wellbeing. All such conditions can be reported to the Maintenance and Operations Department by calling University Police can be notified at regarding issues that require immediate attention after regular business hours. Emergency Response All members of the Campus Community are encouraged to notify University Police of any situation or incident on campus that involves a significant emergency or dangerous situation. In turn, University Police has a responsibility to respond to such incidents to determine the validity and scope of the threat, determine its risk to the health and safety of the campus community, and to assist those adversely affected by the threat. In situations where a valid threat is identified, Federal Law requires that the institution immediately notify the campus community, or appropriate segments of the community that may be affected by the situation. This communication is relayed to the campus community by the Office of the Associate Vice President of Facilities Operations, who collects the information from the University Police Department or the University Safety Committee. This communication will also, where applicable, provide information on where to find updates regarding the threat.
8 Notification to the Houston Baptist University Community about an Immediate Threat The Office of the Associate Vice President of Facilities Operations the University Safety Committee receive information from various offices/departments on campus, such as the University Police Department and Student Life. When of the Associate Vice President of Facilities Operations or University Safety Committee confirms that there is an emergency or dangerous situation that poses an immediate threat to the health or safety of some or all members of the HBU Community, they will collaborate to determine the content of the message and will use any or all of the systems available, to communicate to the HBU Community, or the appropriate segment, if the threat is limited to a particular building or segment of the population. The Office of the Associate Vice President of Facilities Operations and the University Safety Committee will, without delay and taking into account the safety of the community, determine the content of the notification and initiate the notification system, unless issuing a notification will, in the judgment of the first responders (Houston Baptist University Police Department, Houston Police, Fire, Ambulance, or other possible entity), compromise the efforts to assist a victim or to contain, respond to, or otherwise mitigate the emergency. In the event of a serious incident that poses an immediate threat to members of the HBU Community, the University has various systems in place for communicating information quickly. Some or all of these methods of communication may be activated in the event of an immediate threat to the HBU Community. These methods of communication may include campus s, emergency text messages that can be sent to a phone and emergency alert messages on the University s web site. The University will post updates by any or all of the methods available, as those updates are received or pertain to the HBU Community. Procedures for Testing Emergency Response and Evacuation Timed Evacuation Drills are held each Fall and Spring Semester in the Residence Halls. Full documentation of the Drills is kept on file at the Residence Life Office. Through these drills, the HBU Community learns the location of the emergency exits within the buildings they occupy, and are provided guidance about the direction they should travel when exiting the facility at the time of the Evacuation Drill. In actual long term evacuation situations, AC Community members would be given instruction on alternate locations to meet, receive further instruction, etc. depending on the situation requiring the evacuation. Residence Hall and Apartment Complex Drills are monitored by University Police and Residence Life Staff. Lockdown (Shelter in place) Simulation Drills are monitored by University Police and each building s assigned Emergency Lockdown Personnel. Reports are prepared by participating departments, which identify immediate concerns to be addressed or repaired. Service Requests and Equipment concerns are submitted to the Maintenance and Operations or other areas of responsibility.
9 Shelter-in-Place Procedures There are situations, such as during a Tornado Warning, a major natural gas leak or other possible situation, where sheltering in place may be safer or at least provide less of a safety risk than evacuating. To shelter-in-place means to make a temporary shelter of the building you are in, until it is determined to be safe to resume normal activities. Shelter-in-Place alerts may come from any form of emergency notification procedure available, and from any source, including Houston Baptist University Police Department, Student Life Staff, and other employees of the institution, or local, state, or federal government. Off Campus Criminal Activity The Houston Baptist University Student Life Office is the campus entity immediately responsible for contact with student organizations. University Police does not provide law enforcement services to off-campus residences or activities. Off-campus criminal activity within the City of Houston is monitored and recorded by the Houston Police Department. Houston Police may call on University Police anytime their assistance is needed. The University Police maintains a close working relationship with the Houston Police Department and the Harris County Sherriff s Office. This cooperative approach addresses situations as they arise as well as future concerns. Missing Student Policy Higher Education Act Reauthorization with Higher Education Opportunity Act 2008 Section 485(j) requires all institutions of Higher Education that participate in any Title IV program and provide on campus housing to students to establish both a Missing Student Notification Policy and Official Notification procedure for handling missing persons that apply to missing student reports of student who reside on campus. If a member of the campus community has reason to believe that a student who resides in on-campus housing is missing, he or she should immediately notify Campus Police at (or ext. 3314). University Police will generate a missing person report and initiate an investigation. For the purpose of this Act, an on campus student housing facility is defined as any residential facility that is operated and governed by the Houston Baptist University Residence Life Office. The definition excludes those properties that are owned by the University but leased through the Financial Operations, which are open to be leased by non-students. A Missing Student is defined as any currently registered student of Houston Baptist University who has not been seen by friends, family members or associates for 24 hours, and whose whereabouts have been questioned and brought to the attention of a member of the University community. If the report is made to someone other than a University Police Officer, such as a mentor or staff member, that person should immediately report the information to University Police. The University will initiate an
10 investigation when notified that a student; who resides in a campus residence hall, is missing, with no reasonable explanation for his/her absence. The investigation will include gathering of all information including: discussions with friends and roommate, meal and card access use around campus, use of social networking sites if possible, and contacting them by phone or text. In the event of a missing student residing on campus, the Vice President for Student Life or a designee will notify the designated contacts regarding the situation. In the event the student does not reside in a University residence hall, the appropriate local police authorities will be notified by University Police and an investigation will be initiated. Revisions and clarifications will be published as experience with the law and institution s policy warrants. Firearm on Campus This campus is a weapons free area except to the extent allowed under applicable federal and state law. Texas Penal Code forbids the carrying of any type of handgun (concealed or otherwise) on University property at any time by students. Alcohol Use and Possession The possession, sale or the furnishing of alcohol on the Houston Baptist University is strictly forbidden as the entire campus including all grounds and facilities are considered dry and alcohol in any form is barred by University policy. Further, use of alcohol at Houston Baptist University is governed by Houston City Ordinances and Texas State Law. Laws regarding the possession, sale, consumption or furnishing of alcohol is controlled by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) and enforcement is the responsibility of the Houston Baptist University Police Department. Individuals, organizations or groups violating alcohol/substance policies or laws may be subject to sanctions by the college. Violators are subject to disciplinary action, criminal prosecution, fine and imprisonment. Possession and consumption by anyone under the age of 21 is prohibited by law. The following Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code Offenses are Class C Misdemeanors, and are punishable by fine not to exceed $ Purchase of Alcohol by a Minor Attempt to Purchase Alcohol by a Minor Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor Possession of Alcohol by a Minor Misrepresentation of Age by a Minor Penalties for these Offenses are enhanced after the 2nd conviction, and may result in confinement and suspension of the person s driver s license.
11 It is also unlawful for another person to sell, furnish or provide alcohol to a person under the age of 21 (TABC and ). Such Offenses are Class A Misdemeanors and are subject to a fine not to exceed $ , and/or confinement in jail not to exceed one year. Drugs Houston Baptist University has been designated a Drug Free campus. The possession, sale, manufacture or distribution of any controlled substance is illegal under both state and federal laws. Such laws are strictly enforced by the Houston Baptist University Police Department. Violators are subject to disciplinary action, criminal prosecution, fine and imprisonment. Sexual Assault Policy I. Statement of Purpose: The Houston Baptist University Sexual Assault Policy has been developed to ensure that a consistent procedure and coordination of University and community resources takes place when dealing with victims of sexual assault. The policy intends to meet the medical, legal, confidentiality, safety, and psychological needs of a victim and applies to either resident and off-campus students or visitors to the campus. The policy also provides for pro-active measures and a structure that will deal with the prevention of sexual assault through educational programming as well as a continuing institutional dialogue to assess services for victims. II. Definition of Terms: In dealing with the issue of sexual assault it is often helpful to define terms. The formal definition of rape is adapted from the Textbook of Emergency Physicians: "Rape is the carnal knowledge, to a lesser or greater degree, of a victim without consent and by compulsion, through fear, force or fraud, singly or in combination. Thus there are three elements of rape: Carnal knowledge, Nonconsensual coitus, and Compulsion. Carnal knowledge can consist of anything from complete coitus to slight penile penetration of female genitalia irrespective of seminal emission. Non-consent must be an integral part of coitus unless the victim is a minor (under statutory age of consent), intoxicated, drugged, asleep, or mentally incompetent. Finally, there should be
12 compulsion or fear of great harm, threats with real or alleged weapon, or use of threat of brute force. Any use of intimidation invalidates any consent on the victim s part." In addition to rape, the spectrum of sexual assault for both men and women shall include but not be limited to the following unwanted acts: inappropriate disrobing and nudity; genital exposure; fondling of breasts or genitals; single or mutual masturbation; fellatio, cunnilingus and/or sodomy; and digital or object penetration of the anus and/or vagina. III. Procedures: The following procedures should be followed when dealing with victims of sexual assault. A detailed explanation of this step-by-step process follows. Knowledge of Sexual Assault Self-reported or via University service unit, individual faculty, staff, students and/or Community agencies. Encourage Immediate Medical Attention to: Rape Crisis Program Hotline Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital Emergency Room HBU Student Health HBU Campus Police Notify Associate Vice President of Student Life, Director of Student Ministries, your Resident Director, University Chaplain, or University Police. Campus Response/Coordination of Services Any of the above listed personnel will notify appropriate officers, link students with necessary services and personnel and inform victim of his/her option to report incident to police and/or pursue campus judicial action. Victim Follow-up - To ensure that needs are being met. Immediate Medical Attention: Personnel receiving the sexual assault information will encourage the victim to seek immediate medical attention at Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital Emergency Room and/or Rape Crises Program. Because of the extent of physical specimens required legally in cases of sexual assault, a complete and timely examination is necessary. If desired University Police will provide transportation to Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital Emergency Room.
13 Appropriate Notification: Since initial information regarding a sexual assault may come forth from a variety of campus and community sources, it is necessary that the Associate Vice President for Student Life, the Director of Student Ministries, Campus Counselors, or the Resident Director be notified and serve as the administrator charged with coordinating services. Exceptions to this notification process occur when the victim refuses to release information about the incident and/or is protected by the ethical and legal "confidentiality privilege" afforded to the Health Services staff or the University Chaplain The victim will be assured that any referral will be confidential and is intended to help the victim meet his/her needs during this time of crisis. The victim will also be assured that he/she will be in control of decisions regarding formal charges and nothing "automatic" will take place by nature of being referred to the appropriate personnel listed above. This approach will hopefully reduce potential fear and anxiety levels about being referred to an administrative office and reinforce that this procedure is strictly enacted to assist the victim. Further, the Associate Vice President for Student Life will assist with arrangements for alternate housing if the victim feels his or her safety is in jeopardy. The Associate Vice President for Student Affairs will be the University representative in discussions with parents and/or significant others when the victim so requests and in all cases in which a minor (person under 18 years of age) is involved. Campus Response/Coordination of Services: The appropriate Student Life personnel listed previously, once informed about a sexual assault case, will work with the victim either directly or indirectly (via other University and/or community personnel) to link students with appropriate services. In order to provide a comprehensive approach to the victim s needs the following departments will serve as the "front line" for sexual assault cases. The following is a listing of specific areas of responsibility and assistance they each have and/or can provide for the victim upon request. Health Services will contact the Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital or the Rape Crisis Program Hotline for medical evaluation and treatment. The Director of Health Services will make a referral for AIDS counseling and testing, treatment for positive cultures, and supportive treatment for physical ailments resulting from abuse, pregnancy testing, and testing for sexually transmitted diseases as appropriate. The Resident Director or University Chaplain will provide referral resources for psychological assessment. If immediate attention is requested by the victim, he/she will be referred to Rape Crisis Program , otherwise, guidance will be provided the next business day.
14 The University Police will establish the date, time, and location of the alleged assault. The Police will conduct the preliminary investigation, including collection and verification of all available facts and circumstances and will contact the Houston Police Department based on the victim s wishes. With the victim s consent, the Associate Vice President for Student Life will receive an incident report. The Associate Vice President for Student Life will explain the campus disciplinary process options available through the Houston Baptist University Student Handbook and/or the formal criminal system. Assistance will be provided to HBU students who have been victims of sexual assault on another college campus including coordination with appropriate authorities at that location. In cases occurring off-campus, the appropriate Student Life personnel listed previously will maintain a liaison with the University Police and the Houston Police Department. Information regarding the University s discipline process and criminal system is also available to the alleged perpetrator (assuming they have student status). Victim Follow-Up: Shortly after initial contacts are made with the University personnel outlined in this document, the Associate Vice President for Student Life or his/her designee will initiate a follow-up inquiry directly with the student or indirectly (if the student is still working with one of the services) to ascertain if the student has received or is receiving appropriate psychological, medical or general support attention. IV. Assessment/Prevention: As needed, the Associate Vice President for Student Life will convene a meeting of appropriate personnel to discuss sexual assaults and related campus violence incidents. The goals of this group would be: To evaluate procedures regarding cases of sexual assault and insure that victims needs are being met through proper institutional responses and delivery of services. To gather information on the frequency and nature of sexual assault cases/incidents on campus. The goal of gathering this information would be the assessment of the campus environment and the development of prevention efforts. To develop and coordinate educational programming efforts for a campus-wide approach to the prevention of sexual assault. Ongoing programs are encouraged and available to students throughout the year through the University Police, Student Health Office, Student Activities Office, Residence Life Office, and Student Life Offices.
15 V. Houston Baptist University Enforcement Specific disciplinary policies and procedures are outlined in the Code of Conduct section of "The Student Handbook." Houston Baptist University sanctions will be issued by the Associate Vice President for Student Life. These sanctions, which also may be combined, include (1) expulsion from the University; (2) suspension from the University; (3) eviction from the Residence Colleges; (4) required evaluation/counseling; (5) disciplinary probation; (6) educational projects. In compliance with the Sexual Assault Victims Bill of Rights (July 23, 1992), both the accuser and the accused are entitled to be informed of the outcome of the hearing(s). VI. Information on Registered Sex Offenders Information regarding registered sex offenders provided by the State of Texas may be obtained directly from the State of Texas Department of Public Safety registered sex offenders website at Sex Offender Registry In accordance with the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act of 2000, Houston Baptist University provides a link to the Texas Public Sex Offender Registry on its website. This act requires institutions of higher education to issue a statement advising the campus community where law enforcement information provided by a State concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained. It also requires sex offenders already required to register in a State to provide notice of each institution of higher education in that State at which the individual is employed, carries a vocation, or is a student.
16 Required Statistical Reports Crimes Reported Offence Murder & Nonnegligent Manslaughter Negligent Manslaughter Forcible Sex Offences Non-forcible Sex Offences On Campus - Note 1 Residential Facilities - Note 2 Non-Campus - Note 3 Public Property - Note N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Robbery N/A N/A N/A Aggravated Assault N/A N/A N/A Burglary N/A N/A N/A Larceny/Theft N/A N/A N/A Motor Vehicle Theft N/A N/A N/A Arson N/A N/A N/A Alcohol Violations Drug Violations Weapons Violation N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Note 1: Includes data from throughout the campus owned and controlled properties Note 2: Data is exclusive to residential areas, and is duplicated in on campus category Note 3: The University does not own any non-campus areas that require reporting Note 4: Data from HPD public data and in some cases might be over reported as certain offences are reported by HBUPD to HPD causing duplicated counting.
17 Referrals Referrals Weapons Violations Drug Violation Alcohol Violations On Campus - Note 1 Residential Facilities - Note 2 Non-Campus - Note 3 Public Property - Note N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Note 1: Includes data from throughout the campus owned and controlled properties Note 2: Data is exclusive to residential areas, and is duplicated in on campus category Note 3: The University does not own any non-campus areas that require reporting Note 4: HPD does not make referrals for University students Violence Against Women Act Reported Offence - Note 1 Dating Violence Domestic Violence On Campus Residential Facilities Non-Campus Public Property N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A N/A Stalking N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A N/A Total N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A N/A Note 1: Data begins March 2013 following the Reauthorization of VAWA
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Ashland University Dwight Schar College of Nursing Mansfield Regional Center Security Report 2014 The information presented in this report is in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security
To: Students, Staff, and Faculty of the Bristol, Tennessee Campus From: Steven S. Cotton, Executive Vice President for Legal and Regulatory Affairs Ref: Crime Reporting In Accordance with Public Law 101-542
2014 Campus Safety and Security Survey Institution: Hebrew College (166045001) Screening Questions Please answer these questions carefully. The answers you provide will determine which screens you will
2014 Campus Safety and Security Survey Institution: Northshore Technical Community College-Sullivan Campus (160667001) Screening Questions Please answer these questions carefully. The answers you provide
2015 LSU Agricultural Center Training on Title IX and Sexual Harassment SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL Under various Louisiana and federal laws and regulations, employees are required to receive training annually
Crime Statistics The Clery Act requires colleges and universities to publicly publish three years of campus crime statistics. Daytona State College crime statistics have been disclosed in compliance with
Ohio Medical Career College - Campus Security Report (2014-2015) 1. Purpose & Overview Published: September 9, 2015 Ohio Medical Career College is committed to protecting the personal safety of its students,
2015 2016 SECURITY REPORT The college strives to provide students and employees with a learning and working environment that is safe and secure, free from substance abuse, sex offenses and other crimes.
SEXUAL ASSAULT POLICY California State University, Stanislaus is strongly committed to the establishment of an educational environment in which students, faculty, and staff can work together in an atmosphere
Ensuring the safety and security of the campus community is a critical priority for American National University (the College ). In recognition of this fact, and in keeping with applicable federal requirements,
SAFETY TIPS AND CRIME PREVENTION INFORMATION Always plan the safest route to your destination. LOCK YOUR DOORS! Many burglaries and thefts take place because of unlocked residence hall or apartment doors.
2015 Campus Safety and Security Survey Institution: La Sierra University-Ontario Campus of Criminal Justice (117627003) Screening Questions Please answer these questions carefully. The answers you provide
Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking Policy Statement Introduction The University of West Georgia is committed to providing a safe learning and working environment for all. In order to comply
GUIDE TO CAMPUS SAFETY September 2014 GUIDE TO CAMPUS SAFETY 2013-2014 Public safety is the responsibility of every member of this community, and we encourage the involvement of all community members in
2014 Campus Safety and Security Survey Institution: Main Campus (221397001) Screening Questions Please answer these questions carefully. The answers you provide will determine which screens you will be
CAMPUS SAFETY POLICIES OHIO TECHNICAL CENTER AT VANTAGE CAMPUS SAFETY AND SECURITY Campus policies regarding the reporting of criminal actions and emergencies: Vantage students and employees will report
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2014 ANNUAL SECURITY REPORT INCLUDES CLERY SECURITY REPORT AND STATISTICS FOR 2011, 2012, AND 2013 HENRY FORD COLLEGE MISSION https://www.hfcc.edu/ We, of Henry Ford College, are dedicated to the education
2013 Kapiolani Community College Annual Security Report Prepared in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act Introduction Kapi olani Community
Police Department Student Right to Know and Campus Security Report 2015 Jeanne Clery Disclosure Welcome to Chaffey Community College! A Message from the Chief I would like to welcome all new and returning
801 N. Rutledge Street Springfield, Illinois 62702 2015 Annual Security Report Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Campus Crime Statistics Act 1 Table of Contents Campus Law Enforcement Jurisdiction/Authority
How are you getting home? Drinking, Driving and the Law... 1-888-THE-TABC www.tabc.texas.gov www.2young2drink.com 2 3 Drinking and Driving Laws If you are over 21, -.08 is the limit in Texas on all roadways.
Alcohol and Drug-Free Work Place Policy Cleary University, in compliance with Public Law 101-226 (Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act), presents the standards listed below to the entire University community:
668.46 Institutional security policies and crime statistics. (a) Additional definitions that apply to this section. Business day: Monday through Friday, excluding any day when the institution is closed.
2013 Annual Security Report: Boston University Brussels 1. Brief Overview of Program, Enrollment and Facilities Boston University Brussels serves 140 to 200 students each year, offering graduate certificate
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Council on Postsecondary Education Crime Reporting Guidelines Annual Minger Report KRS 164.9485 Grouped by Michael Minger Act Crime Categories under KRS 164.948(3) Note: All FBI UCR definitions were quoted
What Every Teen Needs to Know About Drinking, Driving and the Law Not in Our House This program was designed to inform you about some of the penalties you could face if you choose to drink and drive. Underage
Campus Crime Statistics And Security Policies Distributed to comply with Title II of Public Law 101-542 (Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act) Revised 9/2013 INTRODUCTION In November of 1990 the Student
ALBUQUERQUE CENTER Annual Campus Safety and Security Report October 1, 2013 INTRODUCTION This report contains information regarding safety and security programs, policies, and procedures in place at New
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BEVILL STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE October 2015 (Including Statistics from 2012, 2013 and 2014) Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report 1 Bevill State Community College Campus Security and Fire Safety
CONSUMER DISCLOSURES INDEX School Catalog...1 List of Faculty.1 School Accreditation and Licensing..1 Information on Programs Offered...1 Instructional, Laboratory and Facilities..1 School Policy on Transfer
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Southwestern Christian University Tulsa Metro Annual Security Report 2014 Crime Statistics contained in this report reflect the incidents occurring in 2013 as mandated by the Clery Act and the Higher Education
Utica College Annual Notice Regarding Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Policies Utica College is required by federal law to provide the following notice to all students and employees. This notice is being
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The Lasell College Police Department prepares this report annually to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act. This report has been prepared in cooperation
UNION COLLEGE SCHENECTADY, NY 12308 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES Departments involved in fulfilling the obligations of these Emergency Management Procedures include: President s Office (Executive Assistant
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Victory Trade School Annual Crime & Fire Safety Report 2015 Annual Report October 1, 2015 This page intentionally left blank. INTRODUCTION Jeanne Clery Act Victory Trade School (VTS) will comply with the
Denver School of Nursing 1401 19 th Street Denver, CO 80202 Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Report Date of Disclosure October 1, 2015 Denver School of Nursing
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