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1 Trinity University Annual Security Report

2 Message from the Chief of Police The Trinity University Police Department is committed to creating a safe community in which to work, learn and live. Our state certified police officers, security officers and communications officers are here to assist you at Trinity. The University Police Department addresses all security concerns in a proactive and progressive manner ensuring our students, faculty and staff are provided with the best possible service. We provide 24 hour police service and emergency response by vehicle, bicycle and foot patrol. I encourage students to utilize our safety escort program known as Tiger Tracks during evening hours. Working together as a community, we will continue to be safe and secure at Trinity. Sincerely, Paul J. Chapa Chief of Police Mission Statement The mission of the Trinity University Police Department is to work with the highest integrity in partnership with our campus community to enhance quality of life by providing exemplary police service for all in a proactive, progressive, and professional manner

3 Policy Statement Trinity University s Police Department program is an ongoing process that includes the development and enforcement of regulations, procedures and practices to provide a reasonable level of security for property, distribution of information and for the personal safety of employees, students, and visitors. Administrative and supervisory personnel are responsible for the incorporation of security principles and procedures in their respective areas of operation. Each member of the faculty, staff, and student body is responsible for carrying out campus regulations, procedures, and practices and shall comply with federal, state, and local laws related to security matters while on the campus or in the course of representing or conducting University business. Trinity University annually publishes this campus security and fire safety report in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act, formerly known as the Campus Security Act. It includes security policies, campus crime statistics and fire safety information. Further information is available from the University Police Department, (210) or by visiting Procedures For Reporting Incidents Trinity has established campus policies regarding procedures for students and others to report crimes or emergencies. 1. All victims of crimes that occur on the campus or persons observing crimes against property or persons, suspicious activities, or accidents should report these incidents to the University Police Department at The emergency phone number is , and 7000 or 911 can be dialed from any campus phone. Blue light and emergency phones are located in outdoor areas on campus and in elevators. Campus Police officers are on duty at all times and patrol by foot, motor vehicle, and bicycle. 2. Students and employees may seek assistance in reporting criminal offenses to the University Police Department, Counseling and Career Services, Residential Life Office, Health Services, and the Vice President for Student Affairs

4 3. The University Police Department provides to all victims of crimes that occur on campus or to persons involved in serious traffic accidents the opportunity to report the incidents to the San Antonio Police Department. If a victim declines to report the matter to the local police, the incident will be handled as an institutional matter. Trinity University reserves the right to treat an offense as a disciplinary matter whether or not it is being investigated by a municipal police agency. 4. If you are the victim of a crime and do not want to pursue action with the University system or the criminal justice system, you may still want to consider making an anonymous report, you may do this by calling , or by The Chief of Police will file a confidential report on the details of the incident without revealing your identity. The University can keep an accurate record about the number of incidents involving students and alert the campus community to potential danger. Reports filed in this manner are counted and disclosed in the annual crime statistics for the institution. Campus Law Enforcement 1. Trinity University s Police Department provides 24-hour security and police coverage for the University community 365 days a year. The Police Department is located at 538 Kings Ct, San Antonio, TX The Police Department is responsible for services in the areas of parking, traffic control, crime prevention, investigations, fire prevention, safety, and law enforcement. The Police Department employs a staff of professionals who are committed to providing a safe and secure environment for the University community. All peace officers employed by the University are fully certified Texas peace officers and have full arrest authority. They are licensed under Article of the Texas Education Code. All permanent staff members of the Police Department are trained in CPR, first aid, and Automatic External Defibrillators. 2. The San Antonio Police Department, the Bexar County Sheriff s Office, other local police agencies, state agencies, and federal law enforcement agencies have criminal jurisdiction on the Trinity University campus

5 3. Trinity University Police has a memorandum of understanding with the San Antonio Police Department and Bexar County Sheriff s Office. The University Police cooperates with outside law enforcement agencies and exchanges criminal information. Access to Facilities 1. Students, faculty, and staff are required to carry Trinity University identification cards while on the campus and are required to present these cards to authorized representatives of the institution upon request. 2. Athletic facilities are available for use by members of the University. Information on use of the facilities is available from the University Communications Office and the Athletics Office. 3. All residence halls are locked and/or access controlled by security cards. Each resident s room is equipped with a deadbolt lock on the front door. All rooms either have a security viewer on the front door or a clear view of the front door area from a window. During semester break vacation periods, locks to student rooms are plugged with a security device to prevent entry. Students are responsible for keeping their doors locked at all times. Additional security precautions for students to follow are provided in the Student Handbook. 4. Academic buildings are open to the public for University business purposes and the campus community during normal business hours. Visitors are welcome to conduct University-related business in non-restricted areas of the academic buildings as long as they comply with the rules and regulations of the University. 5. Support buildings such as the Coates Library, the Halsell Center (computer center), the Coates University Center and Laurie Auditorium are subject to special access policies and regulations. 6. The grounds of the University are open to the public, subject to visitors complying with the rules and regulations of the University, including visitors identifying themselves upon request by officials of the University

6 Maintenance of Campus Facilities The Physical Plant Department coordinates its activities with the Residential Life Department and the University Police. Physical Plant staff are available on an emergency basis to deal with safety concerns and to repair and replace items such as damaged lights and windows. Informational Programs Various programs are designed to inform students and employees about campus public safety procedures and practices. They are developed to encourage students and employees to be responsible for their own and others security and safety. 1. The University has established the Safety, Security & Health committee to assist in reviewing, recommending and establishing policies, procedures and practices. The committee is made up of faculty, staff, and students. Examples of on-going reviews are lighting surveys and safety classes. 2. First year students are provided a security orientation program as well as material advising them of precautions they should follow to help avoid becoming victims of crime on campus

7 3. Staff members are provided with security orientation information during their initial employment evaluation period. 4. Crime prevention information and personal safety/security classes and programs are presented to student and staff groups throughout the year. Example: Operation ID, personal safety, theft prevention. 5. University Police provides Timely Notification Bulletins by posting information on four crime prevention bulletin boards throughout campus and by university wide . Also, information is given to the student newspaper for publication. Special security bulletins are distributed throughout campus facilities and residential areas to alert the community of crime patterns and suspect information on a situational basis. We also have a link to Sex Offender information, at safe/index.htm. 6. In accordance with federal regulation, and in the best interest of student safety, Trinity University has established a procedure for reporting missing students. Specifically, anyone (including students, employees, family members, employers, etc.) can, and should, report a missing student to the University Police. Other University officials are available to assist and support those reporting missing persons. While a 24-hour window of waiting time is standard, reports can be made anytime a concern arises. Parents and guardians of students, as listed in the University data system, will be notified in the event a report has been filed. If a student wishes to identify a different individual for notification, his or her contact information must be sent by to the Residential Life Office at edu. All information is kept confidential. (The University is required to contact parents or guardians of missing students who are under the age of 18.) University Police will notify San Antonio Police Department if there is a student reported missing. Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures Upon confirmation of a significant emergency or dangerous situation, University Police would notify the campus community through the university s Emergency Messaging System. This system includes: VOIP telephone, TRIN ALERT and a campus wide system

8 The Chief of Police and/or the Director of Environmental Health and Safety will assess the emergency; notify university officials and the Crisis Management Team, which in turn will initiate the emergency notification system. University Police annually tests the emergency messaging system. The campus community is notified, prior to the test, through a campus wide . Prevention Programs The following programs are designed to inform students and employees about the prevention of crimes. 1. Operation Identification is a program carried out by the Police Department and student groups to promote the engraving of driver s license numbers on valuables and the retention of serial numbers from all items that are marked. 2. Personal safety, fire safety, and first aid are offered by the Environmental Health and Safety Department on a regular basis to all students, faculty, and staff. Call for details. 3. Counseling Services staff members are available to provide emotional support to students in need of assistance and can inform persons within the University community of the procedure to report crimes on a voluntary and confidential basis for inclusion in the annual report on reported campus crime. Counseling Services offers information and victim assistance in areas such as acquaintance rape and sexual assault. 4. A new employee orientation checklist includes a security section and is used to document the training supervisors give their employees. 5. A safety escort program is available for faculty, staff and students through the University Police by calling Crime prevention awareness flyers are distributed by the Residential Life Department and the University Police. 7. Live-in Residential Life staff receive training in security and safety practices and incorporate crime prevention programs into the management of residence halls

9 Sexual Assault Programs and Procedures 1. Sexual misconduct and assault, including rape, are violations of Trinity University s standards of conduct for students and the sexual harassment policy as well as violations of the Texas Penal Code. 2. Trinity University provides programming to enhance sexual assault awareness and prevention at new student orientation and throughout the year. Selected staff members and community experts give presentations and provide resources on request. 3. If you are sexually assaulted, you may seek assistance by contacting any of the following: University Police ( ), Counseling Services, Residential Life Office, Health Services, the Vice President for Student Affairs, and the local rape crisis center ( ). If you are off campus and in an emergency situation, call the San Antonio Police Department (911). 4. Evidence of a sexual assault and the attacker s identity may be left on the victim s body. Therefore do not wash in any way until you have been examined at the Methodist Specialty and Transplant Hospital Emergency Room at 8026 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio ( ), which is the only hospital specialized, trained and equipped to deal with sexual assaults (24/7). Victims of sexual assault should go for the exam as quickly as possible because the evidence deteriorates quickly and may be important in proving the assault in criminal proceedings. The hospital staff at Methodist Specialty and Transplant Hospital is trained to collect forensic evidence, check for injuries and deal with the possibility of exposure to sexually transmitted diseases. A sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE) is -8-

10 a hospital staff member who plays a vital role in handling sexual assault and is specifically trained to: provide comprehensive care to sexual assault survivors; demonstrate competency in conducting a forensic examination; have the ability to testify as an expert witness; and show compassion and sensitivity to survivors of sexual assault. It is vital to a victim s recovery to be treated properly while the evidence is collected. 5. To report a sexual assault to campus law enforcement authorities, contact University Police at or use any Blue Light emergency phone. Any Student Affairs staff member can assist you in this process. You may also report the assault directly to the San Antonio Police Department (for non-emergency calls: , for off-campus emergencies: 911) or with the assistance of Trinity s University Police staff. 6. A victim who wishes to file an informal or formal complaint of sexual misconduct or assault against a student should notify the Vice President for Student Affairs. Possible sanctions against a student found guilty through on-campus proceedings include expulsion, suspension, and probation. See the Standards of Conduct for Students in the Student Handbook for more information on procedures and sanctions. 7. A faculty member, staff member or student who commits a sexual assault may be charged with a violation of the sexual harassment policy by the University. The policy explains which administrator the victim should contact to obtain an informal consultation or to file a formal complaint. Sanctions for sexual harassment may involve penalties up to and including expulsion for students and termination of employment for faculty and staff. University Police may issue a Criminal Trespass Warning (CTW). See the Student Handbook, the Faculty and Contract Staff Handbook or the Personnel Policy Manual for Classified Employees for more information on the sexual harassment policy

11 8. The accuser and the accused perpetrator are entitled to the same opportunities to have others (i.e., adviser or advocate) present during a campus disciplinary proceeding. Both parties shall be informed of the outcome of any campus disciplinary proceeding alleging sexual misconduct or assault. 9. After reporting sexual misconduct or assault, a student victim may request changes in living or academic situation. The student may seek assistance from the Vice President for Student Affairs or make direct requests to the Dean of Students & Director of Residential Life and the Registrar. The University will make those changes, if they are reasonably available. 10. Counseling for victims of sexual assault is available on campus through Counseling Services and off campus through the Rape Crisis Center (24- hour hotline: ) 7500 Highway 90 West, Building #2, Suite 201, San Antonio, TX ( address: rapecrisis.com). 11. For more detailed information, please see the brochure, Responding to Sexual Assault, available in the following offices: Counseling Services, Health Services, Residential Life Office, Coates University Center, University Police and Student Affairs. Off Campus Offenses 1. Student organizations are not permitted to have off-campus facilities. University sponsored, recognized and registered student groups that hold off-campus programs must conduct themselves lawfully and within the guidelines established in the Student Handbook. Organizations that violate the law or University guidelines are subject to criminal prosecution and/or University disciplinary action. 2. Unlawful acts reported to the University that involve University student organizations are investigated and referred to local law enforcement agencies when appropriate

12 Illegal Drugs and Alcohol Policies 1. The consumption and/or possession of any alcoholic beverage by any person less than 21 years of age is prohibited as provided by state law and campus regulations. 2. Alcohol consumption is permitted by those persons of legal age in designated areas and under conditions as specified in the Student Handbook. 3. Trinity University prohibits the use, possession, manufacture, sale or distribution by its students of any illegal drug. The Texas legislature has passed a resolution for a minimum one semester suspension for a student who is found guilty of illegal drug use. 4. The Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 applies to all employees of the University. Any employee who is found guilty of an offense involving a controlled substance on the premises or property owned or controlled by the University shall be subject to disciplinary action, including termination, or will be required to satisfactorily participate in an approved drug assistance or rehabilitation program. 5. The University offers counseling and referrals for assessment and treatment of drug or alcohol abuse. These services are offered by Health Services and Counseling Services on a confidential basis to all members of the University community who seek such assistance. Also, refer to the Student Handbook for information on University standards, legal sanctions, health issues and treatment for drug or alcohol abuse. For University employees, that information is located in the staff and faculty handbooks. Annual Fire Safety Report The Environmental Health & Safety office publishes an Annual Fire Safety Report, available at (Higher Education Opportunity Act Fire Log)

13 Number of Incidents Calendar Year Crime Category Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter Occurred in Residence Halls Occurred in Non-Residence Halls Negligent manslaughter Occurred in Residence Halls Occurred in Non-Residence Halls Sex Offenses-Forcible Occurred in Residence Halls Occurred in Non-Residence Halls Sex Offenses- Non-forcible Occurred in Residence Halls Occurred in Non-Residence Halls Robbery Occurred in Residence Halls Occurred in Non-Residence Halls Aggravated assault Occurred in Residence Halls Occurred in Non-Residence Halls Burglary Occurred in Residence Halls Occurred in Non-Residence Halls Occurred on Public Property Theft Occurred in Residence Halls Occurred in Non-Residence Halls Motor Vehicle Theft Arson Occurred in Residence Halls Occurred in Non-Residence Halls No Hate Crimes Reported for 2007, 2008, and cars recovered 5 golf carts - 4 recovered 2 golf carts - 2 recovered 2 cars - 1 recovered 3 golf carts all recovered 3 cars - 2 recovered

14 Number of Arrests or Referrals for Specific Violations & Offenses OFFENSE LIQUOR LAW OFFENSES Liquor Law Arrests by TUPD Liquor Law Violations Referred by TUPD Occurred in Residence Halls Occurred in Non-Residence Halls Liquor Law Violations Referred By Res Life for Disciplinary Action Occurred in Residence Halls DRUG LAW OFFENSES Drug Abuse Arrests by TUPD Drug Abuse Violations Referred by TUPD Occurred in Residence Halls Occurred in Non-Residence Halls Drug Abuse Violations Referred by Res Life for Disciplinary Action Occurred in Residence Halls WEAPON LAW OFFENSES Weapons Possession Arrests by TUPD Weapons Possession Violations Referred by TUPD Occurred in Residence Halls Occurred in Non-Residence Halls Weapons Possession Violations Referred by Res Life for Disciplinary Action Occurred in Residence Halls OTHER MISCELLANEOUS ARRESTS Burglary Theft Other Notes: Liquor & Drug Law violations referred by TUPD may also be reflected in Liquor & Drug Law violations referred by Residential Life

15 Criminal Offenses Public Property Adjacent to and Accessible from Campus Crime Category Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter Negligent manslaughter Sex offenses Forcible Sex offenses Non-Forcible Robbery Aggravated assault Burglary Theft Motor vehicle theft The Public Areas Near Trinity University includes (but not limited to) the following; 700 and 800 Block of Shook Ave. 400 Block of East Rosewood St. 100 Block of Oakmont Court 300 Block of Bushnell Ave. 500 Block of East Mulberry Ave. 400, 500, 600 Block of East Hildebrand Ave. 500 Block of King s Court Ledge Lane Stadium Drive Alamo Stadium (SAISD)

16 Crimes Reported to SAPD/SAISD That Occurred in Public Areas Near Trinity University The criminal offense information was provided to our department by the San Antonio Police Department; Planning and Research Unit (Records) for SAPD reporting area #2240. The figures represent reported crimes as determined by the SAPD police officer at the scene. Offense classification may change upon further investigation, therefore, these statistics will not be the same as the Uniform Crime Report. Part I offenses are those listed. Part II offenses are usually misdemeanors. Assaults include simple assaults. Burglary is the sum of residential and non-residential. Daily Crime and Fire Log is available for review at the Police Department at 538 Kings Ct., San Antonio, TX Our Administrative Staff: CHIEF OF POLICE Paul Chapa (210) ASSISTANT CHIEF Pete Perez, Jr. (210) SENIOR SECRETARY Joann Lockard (210)

17 Important numbers Trinity University: University Police Non -emergency Safety Escorts: Tiger Tracks Investigations Health Services Counseling Services Alcoholic Anonymous San Antonio Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse Narcotics Anonymous San Antonio Rape Crisis Center San Antonio Crime Stoppers STOP Emergencies Dial

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