1 The Master s College 2010 Campus Security and Fire Safety Report Est The Master s College Annual Crime and Fire Safety Report is published annually in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Police and Crime Statistics Act. This report contains the Annual Security and Fire Report as well as the Department of Education Campus Safety and Security Survey statistics for years 2007, 2008, and 2009.
2 Policy for Reporting the Annual Disclosure of Crime Statistics Campus Security prepares a report to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Police and Crime Statistics Act. This report is prepared with statistical input from campus authorities in cooperation with local law enforcement agencies. Campus crime, arrests and referral statistics include those reported to Campus Security, the Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department (Santa Clarita station), and designated campus officials including, but not limited to student life deans and resident directors, coaches, and athletic director. The geographic reporting area used for reporting crimes on the Santa Clarita Campus of the Master s College and the immediate adjacent area is as follows: Placerita Canyon Road between the Center for Professional Studies and extending to the Reese Center for Science and Mathematics; Meadview between Placerita Canyon and the Bross Gym North parking area; Placeritos between Bryce House and the North Campus Academic Parking Lot; Quigley Canyon between Powell Library and the English History Center parking lot and wash; Wash property behind the dorms on West campus. These statistics, which are reported annually to the U.S. Department of Education, cover a three period from Each year, students are e mailed the Web address of the campus crime and security survey to access this report. Faculty and staff receive a similar notice. Copies of the report may also be obtained upon request at Campus Security, located on the North Academic Campus at Placerita Canyon Road, Santa Clarita, CA 91321, or by calling (661) Prospective employees may obtain a copy from Human Resources by calling (661) Prospective students may obtain a copy by calling (661)
3 General Procedures for Reporting a Crime or Emergency: The Master s College Campus Security Department is not a Police or Fire Department. In the event of a life threatening emergency, 911 should be called first (from campus phones dial 9 911) and then Campus Security. Please promptly report all crimes or emergencies to Campus Security by calling the guard shack at or the supervisor mobile phone at Security officers are available 24 hours a days. In response to a call, Security will dispatch an officer to the scene or in non emergencies may ask the victim to report to the Security Booth or Security Office to file the appropriate report. Faculty, staff, students, and guests should report crimes and safety related incidents to the Campus Security Department in a timely manner. All reports filed with Campus Security are electronically distributed to the administration and the Student Life Deans and Resident Directors who have primary responsibility for the oversight and counseling of faculty, staff, and students. When assistance is required from the Santa Clarita Sheriff s Department, Campus Security will contact the appropriate unit. If a sexual assault or rape should occur, staff on scene, including Campus Security, will offer the victim a wide variety of services. Crimes should be reported to the Master s College Campus Security Department to ensure inclusion in the annual crime statistics and to aid in providing timely warning notices to the community, when appropriate.
4 Voluntary Confidential Reporting: If you are the victim of an on campus crime and do not wish to pursue action with the college or criminal justice system, you may still want to consider making a confidential report. With your permission, the Director of Campus Security can file a report of the incident without revealing your identity. The purpose of the confidential report is to comply with your wish to keep the matter confidential, while taking steps to ensure the future safety of yourself and others. With such information, the College can keep accurate records of the number of incidents involving students, determine where there is a pattern of crime with regard to a particular location, method, or assailant, and alert the campus community to potential danger. Reports filed in this manner are counted and disclosed in the annual crime statistics for the college.
5 Confidential Reporting Procedures: Because trust is such a critical element in productive counseling, personal information will be treated by the administration, faculty and staff with the highest level of respect and discretion. Strict confidentiality will be broken only in keeping with the pattern delineated in Matthew 18:15 20 or when life or safety is involved. In this context, the counselor is morally, ethically and biblically required to involve others in the restoration process. In the event that repentance is still not forthcoming, the counselee will eventually be held accountable to the administration for violations of policy. According to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, reports of certain law violations made to campus security authorities (non exempt) must be counted and disclosed in the form of crime statistics within the annual security report for the institution and the Department of Education. The Director of Security, Campus Security Officers, Athletic Director, Coaches, Deans, and Resident Directors, are campus security authorities on TMC campuses. The Department of Education and college policy does not require professional and pastoral counselors to inform counselees to voluntarily disclose crimes for inclusion within the annual security report. The Department of Education defines Professional and Pastoral Counselor, as follows: Professional Counselor: An employee of an institution whose official responsibility include providing psychological counseling to members of the institution s community and who is functioning within the scope of her or her license or certification. Pastoral Counselor: An employee of an institution, who is associated with a religious order or denomination, recognized by that religious order or denomination as someone who provides confidential counseling and who is functioning within the scope of that recognition as a pastoral counselor.
6 Report Crime or Fire to: Individuals should report any crime or fire in progress by dialing the Los Angeles County Sheriff s or Fire Department at 911 and then contact a Campus Security Officer. Campus Security may be reached by dialing or the supervisor mobile phone at Any suspicious person or activity should be reported to a Campus Security Officer immediately. In addition, you may report a crime to any of these campus authorities: Department Extension Campus Security Officer 2500 or (661) Director of Security 2208 or (661) Dean of Student Life 2226 Associate Dean of Women 2831 Associate Dean of Men 2832 Resident Director of Hotchkiss Men 2240 Resident Director of Hotchkiss Women 2241 Resident Director of Slight 2242 Resident Director of Waldock 2243 Resident Director of Smith Women 2244 Resident Director of Smith Men 2245 Resident Director of Sweazy 2246 Resident Director of Dixon 2247 Resident Director of Oak Manor (661) Director of Human Resources 2844
7 Criminal Activity Off Campus: When a TMC student is involved in an off campus offense, Campus Security Officers are not generally involved with the investigation by outside law enforcement agencies. The Santa Clarita Sheriff s Station is the law enforcement contact for crimes occurring off campus and may be reached by dialing 911. The Oak Manor apartment building is an extended housing facility for off campus students of the Master s College and is located at th street in Newhall. During calendar year 2009, Oak Manor was not used as off campus housing for students. The Resident Director of commuter students resides in the Oak Manor apartments and is the student life representative on site for the property. The Santa Clarita Sheriff s Station responds to all calls for service involving crimes in progress at Oak Manor, but the Resident Director of Oak Manor and the Campus Security Department should be notified of any incident involving a call for service with the Sheriff s Department. The Campus Security Department maintains periodic patrol checks of the Oak Manor apartment premises during the school semester. If information is reported by any credible source to Campus Security, concerning studentrelated criminal activity off campus, this information may be recorded and communicated to Student Life and Administration.
8 Policy Addressing Alcoholic Beverages and Illegal Drugs The Master s College is by policy a dry campus. Faculty, staff, student, and guests are prohibited from possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs in any place on the Master s College campus. Anyone violating alcohol or substance abuse policies or laws may be subject to sanctions by the College. Enforcement of alcohol and drug laws on campus is the shared responsibility of Campus Security and Student life. Violators are subject to referral for administrative disciplinary action, and/or potential arrest, criminal prosecution, fine and imprisonment. Alcoholic Beverages and Students: Laws regarding the possession, sale, consumption or furnishing of alcohol are controlled by the California Department of Alcohol and Beverage Control. For example, students under the age of 21 are prohibited from purchasing an alcoholic beverage, or from possessing an alcoholic beverage in a public location according to California Codes and It is also unlawful to sell, furnish or provide alcohol to a person under the age of 21. The Master s College prohibits students from possessing or consuming alcoholic beverages at anytime on the campus, and prohibits alcohol use in other places while enrolled and under contract as students (Please refer to Student Life Handbook for more information). Illegal Drugs and Students: The California Penal Code states that Every person who possesses any controlled substance shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison, and that Every person who possesses for sale or purchases for sale any controlled substance shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison. The Master s College prohibits students from possessing or consuming illegal drugs. The possession, sale, manufacture or distribution of any controlled substance is illegal under both state and Federal laws.
9 Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Programs: Possession and consumption of controlled substances is unlawful, a violation of biblical principles and contrary to the institution s Code of Conduct. Any faculty, staff, or student is encouraged to come forward and declare if they have a drug or alcohol problem that has not resulted in, and is not the immediate subject of any disciplinary action. If faculty or staff come forward and disclose a substance abuse problem to the Human Resources Department they will be eligible to receive free, limited biblical counseling by a qualified Master s biblical counselor. Students are encouraged to come forward and disclose a substance abuse problem to Residence Life Staff to receive counseling. Strict confidentiality will be broken only in keeping with the pattern delineated in Matthew 18:15 20 or when life or safety is involved. Also, the counselee may be held accountable to the administration for violations of policy.
10 Megan s Law and Sex Offender Registration Information: In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Act, the Campus Security Department is providing a link to the State of California Megan s Law. This site provides the public with access to information on persons required to register in California as sex offenders. The Clery Act requires institutions of higher learning receiving Title IV funds 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 to each institution of higher education in that State at which the person is employed, carries a vocation, or is a student. Disclaimer: Unlawful use of the information for purposes of intimidating or harassing another is prohibited and is punishable in a court of law. State of California Megan s Law link:
11 Crime Prevention and Security Awareness Programs: The Campus Security Department offers a safety lecture to the incoming freshman class during the week of welcome and an additional lecture to the residential housing directors and assistants. Periodic safety protocols and updates are distributed by to all current faculty, staff, and students by security in order to communicate strategies designed to protect the life and property campus community members. Current faculty, staff, and students receive an annual announcement requesting a viewing of the training video on active shooter using a Master Net login from Freshman students are required to view the video as a homework assignment during the biblical fundamentals course. General safety information links and videos are posted on the campus security website to encourage students and employees to take responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others in a variety of circumstances. The Master s College Kinesiology and Physical Education Department offers a 1 unit course in self defense (PE268a.1) during the spring semester for any student. The course utilizes instructors skilled and certified in self defense. The primary goal of the course is to increase the individual student s preparedness against attack or assault. For additional information on general safety and protocols related to crime any faculty, staff, or student may speak to the Director of Security or consult these publications: Student Life Handbook: Employee Handbook (Requires Master Net Login): Campus Security regulations and TMC Vehicle Code:
12 Sexual Assault Prevention and Response: The Master s College encourages prompt reporting of any sexual assault to the Santa Clarita Sheriff s Department by dialing 911. The campus employs a registered nurse who is available during business hours to meet with any student who is a victim of sexual assault. Additionally, each residential housing area is staffed by a Resident Director who is available for consultation with any student on the topic of sexual assault prevention. The institution, through its Student Handbook and Employee Handbook, prohibits violation of local, state, or federal laws and biblical command. Sexual assaults are criminal activity and thus prohibited behavior as a matter of policy. Additionally, sexual assaults fall into the biblical category of sexual immorality and are prohibited as a matter of policy. Scripture is clear on the issue of sexual immorality. A small sampling from Scripture can be found in the following references. I Corinthians 6:18 advises you to flee from all sexual immorality. Malachi 3:5 tells you that the Lord Almighty will be quick to judge the sexually impure. 1 Thessalonians 4:3 8 explains that you are to be sanctified, avoid sexual immorality and to be pure and live a holy life not rejecting God and His teachings. If you are a victim of a sexual assault, your first priority should be to get to a place of safety. You should then obtain necessary medical treatment. Time is a critical factor for evidence collection and perseveration. An assault should be reported directly to the Santa Clarita Sheriff s Department, the campus nurse, a campus security officer or a resident director. Filing a report will not obligate the victim to prosecute, nor will it subject the victim to scrutiny or judgmental opinions from officers. Filing a report will: Ensure that a victim of sexual assault is encouraged to receive necessary medical treatment and tests. This will provide the opportunity for collection of evidence helpful in prosecution, which cannot be obtained later. Assure the victim has access to confidential biblical counseling from the institution. When a sexual assault victim contacts the Campus Security Department, the student s Resident Director will be contacted to respond to help care for the student, unless the victim requests anonymity. Campus Security encourages any victim of a sexual assault to file a police report with the Santa Clarita Sheriff s Station and seek immediate medical attention. The adult victim of a sexual assault has the choice of whether the investigation should be pursued through the criminal justice system and Campus Security and Student Life staff will support the victim in his or her decision. Students found guilty of violating sexual misconduct policy could be criminally prosecuted in the state courts and may be suspended or expelled for a first offense. Faculty or staff would be subject to disciplinary action and/or termination.
13 Security and Access Policy: During business hours, The Master s College is open to all students, parents, employees, approved contractors and invited guests. During non business hours, access to college facilities (excluding the housing area) is by key, if issued, and all non faculty and staff must have prior approval granted by facility managers to use specific buildings. Security monitors access privileges using an access list, which includes names submitted for clearance by department managers. The Master s College property and residence halls are closed during the hours of curfew. Over extended breaks the facilities and residence halls may be closed at all hours. Resident Directors live in the residence halls, and are full-time, post-graduate positions responsible for oversight of a given residence hall. The Resident Director s primary responsibility is the shepherding and safety of students in their residence hall. This includes leading their RAs and ARAs, counseling students, overseeing the discipline of students in their residence hall, and maintaining a healthy and safe learning community. Some facilities have individual hours, which vary at different times of the year (including but not limited to, Powell Library, Student Center, Bross Gymnasium and Fitness Center). These facilities will be secured according to schedules developed by the department responsible for the facility, and are monitored by departmental staff, or campus security on routine patrols. Emergencies may necessitate changes or alterations to any posted schedules. Campus Security, Student Life, and Plant Operations share responsibilities related to the monitoring, review, and general safety standards of various facilities and/or residence halls (including but not limited to, maintenance of institution buildings, fire alarm systems and fire safety regulations, locks, lights, parking lots, walkways, alarms, and hazmat).
14 Campus Law Enforcement Authority: Campus Security Officers have authority from the institution to observe and report in a crime prevention role on the properties of The Master s College. Campus Security Officers have the authority to ask people for identification and to determine whether they have lawful business on college properties. The officers have the authority to issue parking citations and may make arrests as a private person pursuant to Section 837 of the California Penal Code. However, Campus Security Officers do not possess police powers as outlined in Section 830 of the California Penal Code. The Campus Security Department maintains a working relationship with the Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department. All crime victims and witnesses are encouraged to immediately report crimes to the Santa Clarita Sheriff s Station as well as Campus Security. Prompt reporting will aid in apprehension of the offenders and ensure timely warning notices and disclosure of crime statistics. TMC does not have a memorandum of understanding with any law enforcement agency. Campus Security Officers control facility access, observe and report criminal actions, investigate property damage, respond to fire alarms and medical emergencies, issue citations for vehicle code violations, direct people and traffic, and may make referrals to student life or human resources for institution policy violations.
15 Campus Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures In the event of a significant emergency or dangerous situation involving an immediate threat occurring on the Master s College campuses, the following steps will be taken without delay: Determining if the Emergency Notification Is Warranted: 1. Take steps to confirm there is a significant emergency or dangerous situation that poses an immediate threat to the health or safety of TMC faculty, staff, students, or visitors. This will be done based upon: Personal observation of the event (sight or sound) Report from Campus Security, faculty, staff, students, administrators, or visitor to the campus Information from an outside reliable source, such as local police or fire, news media, or government entity Other means that might be available 2. Upon confirmation of the event or sufficient information to indicate the emergency or dangerous situation is or has taken place, Campus Security will attempt to determine if notification would jeopardize on going fire or law enforcement activities, thereby causing greater harm to the campus and its occupants or hinder efforts to contain the emergency. This will be based upon the professional judgment of the Director of Campus Security, Assistant Director of Campus Security, or outside emergency service providers (fire or police) that notification would compromise efforts to assist a victim or to contain, respond to, or otherwise mitigate the emergency. 3. If notification is warranted, Campus Security will determine the segments of the campus community to receive immediate notification and initiate the notification process. This will be determined by the: Nature, size, and location of the event Date and time of the event Area that could be adversely affected Information available from outside emergency services if the event happens off campus 4. Campus Security, in conjunction with input from the Office of the President, the President Cabinet members or their designated representatives, will determine the content of the notification. If time is of the essence, an initial notification will be made by Campus Security with a follow up notification as soon as possible containing additional information and instructions.
16 The initial message should contain the following: Who message is from Type of incident Action to be taken Additional information as needed If the initial message is sent as a text message, it may be shorter due to limitations in the number of characters that can be transmitted in a single message. Method of Emergency Notification One or more of the following Campus Alert Systems is utilized to communicate a significant emergency or dangerous situation to the TMC campus community: Everbridge Aware emergency notification system: Text system that utilizes a combination of text messaging to registered campus cell phone users and to current faculty, staff, and students using the campus system. Electronic bulletin board notices Posted written notices Campus system (masters.edu and mail.masters.edu) Message on TMC 800 phone line ( ). TMC Web site If the surrounding neighborhood needs to be advised of an emergency situation on the TMC campus, a combination of the following methods may be used: Request the City of Santa Clarita utilize their emergency notification system Request the Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department utilize the reverse 911 system to notify local residents. TMC Media Relations to contact local public media (radio, television, press) Message on TMC 800 phone line ( ) TMC Web site Authorized to Initiate the Emergency Notification System The following persons are authorized to carry out an initial emergency notification to the TMC Campuses and the immediate community: President of TMC Vice President/Provost President Cabinet Members Director of Campus Security Assistant Director of Campus Security Campus Security Officers only if delay could result in loss of life
17 Testing of the Emergency Notification System Testing of Campus Alert Systems is conducted as follows: Campus Security Officers conduct unannounced monthly tests of Everbridge Aware emergency notification system to select test group recipients. Campus Security Officers conduct announced or unannounced annual test of the Everbridge Aware emergency notification system to all TMC campus registered users. Director of Security or his designee conducts annual unannounced test of electronic bulletin boards. Campus Security maintains a log of day and time of any announced or unannounced tests of the Everbridge Aware emergency notification system. Testing of Evacuation Procedures The Master s College conducts an annual emergency evacuation drill (fire drill) of all residential housing facilities during the academic year. The drill is supervised by Campus Security Officers and utilizes Resident Directors and Assistants and requires all persons in the buildings to evacuate to the designated evacuation staging area. These drills are documented and records retained by Campus Security using Incident Reports.
18 MISSING STUDENT POLICY In the interest of student safety, The Master s College complies with the following Missing Person Policy as required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of We consider a resident student to be a missing person if the person s absence interrupts their usual pattern of behavior (i.e., not attending class, not eating meals in the cafeteria, not sleeping in their room) and there is concern that the missing person is a victim of unusual circumstances or foul play. Students who are under the age of eighteen, who are not emancipated are considered minors: In the event that such persons are determined missing, the College will notify a custodial parent or legal guardian in addition to the student s designated contact. Students who are over the age of eighteen: In the event that such persons are determined missing, the College will notify the person who the student has designated as their designated or emergency contact. All students will be given the opportunity each academic year to designate an individual or individuals to be contacted by the College in the event that they have been determined to be missing. This designation will remain in effect unless changed by the student. Procedures: Any individual who has reason to believe a resident student is missing should notify the Dean of Student Life and the Director of Security as soon as possible. 1. Upon Notification from any entity that a student may be missing, several resources will be used to assist in locating the student. These resources may be used in any order and combination: a. Security may search on campus public locations to find the student (library, cafeteria, dorm lounges, etc.). b. Security may issue an ID picture to assist in identifying the missing student. c. Information Services may be asked to look up logs for last login and use of TMC system. 2. The student s designated or emergency contact will be officially notified by the Dean of Student Life, or designee, within 24 hours (or as soon as possible) after the student has been determined by the College officials to be missing.
19 3. The Dean of Student Life, or designee, will gather information from the individual reporting the student missing as well as the resident s roommate, family, faculty members, known friends or acquaintances to determine who the student may have last been seen with, what they were wearing, additional contact information, as well as other distinguishing information (i.e. class or work schedule, vehicle description, information about the student s well being as of late). 4. Campus staff will be notified and included in the information gathering to determine what has happened to the student (i.e. Residence Life Staff, professors, coaches, etc.). 5. Within 24 hours (or as soon as possible) after determining the student is missing, the Campus Security Office will provide local law enforcement with a Missing Person s Report. If there is any indication of foul play, the local police department will be contacted for assistance immediately. The Santa Clarita Sheriff s Station is the designated law enforcement agency for the City of Santa Clarita.
20 Fire Safety Report: Fire Incidents The Master s College keeps detailed logs of all fire related incidents on campus, including the cause and any injuries as a result of each incident. This report can be reviewed on the Master s College website at or by requesting it in the Campus Security office. Fire Safety Systems All on campus housing facilities are equipped with audible and visual alarms and have sprinkler systems. These same facilities are equipped with fire detection systems that include smoke and heat detectors and have pull stations and fire extinguishers on each dorm floor. All residential housing fire alarm systems are monitored by a central monitoring company that phones campus security staff and the Los Angeles County Fire Department for any fire alarm activation. Future Improvements Improvement to the Campus Housing fire and life safety systems will be continually addressed as needed. Mandatory Fire Drill All on campus housing facilities participate in annual fire evacuation drills. These drills are unannounced and supervised by Campus Security with support from Student Life Resident Directors and Assistants. Fire drills are conducted by activating the system in all dorms and ensuring all occupants evacuate the building in an orderly manner to a predetermined evacuation point. Fire Safety Regulations The Master s College fire safety regulations are located in the student handbook. These regulations are in place to protect the TMC community, and will be enforced at all times. Disciplinary action could result if regulations are not being followed. Periodic room inspections are performed at various times throughout the year, performed by Student Life representatives; along with fire and life safety patrols in common areas performed by Plant Operations and Campus Security. Training Campus Security Officers, Resident Directors (RD) and Resident Assistants (RA), and Building Safety Officers attend training in some or all of the following areas on an annual basis: Community Emergency Response Team Program or CERT (CSO & RD initial Tng.) Fire Safety/Emergency Evacuation procedures CPR/AED/Basic First Aid Suicide Prevention Campus Safety and Security Survey and Fire Safety Report The following pages contain the Campus Safety and Security Survey for 2007, 2008, and 2009 and the Campus Fire Safety Statistics for 2009 as required by the U.S. Department of Education. This report can also be found at under Clery Act Links.
21 The Master's College and Seminary OPE ID: Placerita Canyon Road Santa Clarita, CA For more information about this institution, visit Campus: The Master's College and Dorm Housing General Information Placerita Canyon Road Santa Clarita, CA Residence Halls This campus provides On-Campus housing. Residence halls statistics are a subset of On-Campus statistics. Security Officer Information Security Office: Chris Powell Title: Director of Security Placerita Canyon Road Santa Clarita, CA Phone: (2208) Local Police Crime Statistics Criminal Offenses Local statistics are included with the campus's statistics. Criminal Offenses Hate Crimes Arrests and Disciplinary Actions The crime data reported by the institutions have not been subjected to independent verification by the U.S. Department of Education. Therefore, the Department cannot vouch for the accuracy of the data reported here. Criminal Offenses - On campus Total criminal offenses on campus Criminal offense a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter b. Negligent manslaughter c. Sex offenses - Forcible d. Sex offenses - Non-forcible (Include only incest and statutory rape) e. Robbery f. Aggravated assault g. Burglary h. Motor vehicle theft i. Arson Caveat:
22 Criminal Offenses Residence Halls Total criminal offenses on campus in residence halls Criminal offense a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter b. Negligent manslaughter c. Sex offenses - Forcible d. Sex offenses - Non-forcible (Include only incest and statutory rape) e. Robbery f. Aggravated assault g. Burglary h. Motor vehicle theft i. Arson Caveat: Criminal Offenses Noncampus Total criminal offenses on noncampus Criminal offense a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter b. Negligent manslaughter c. Sex offenses - Forcible d. Sex offenses - Non-Forcible (Include only incest and statutory rape) e. Robbery f. Aggravated assault g. Burglary h. Motor vehicle theft i. Arson Caveat:.
23 Criminal Offenses - Public Property Total criminal offenses on public property Criminal offense a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter b. Negligent manslaughter c. Sex offenses - Forcible d. Sex offenses - Non-forcible (Include only incest and statutory rape) e. Robbery f. Aggravated assault g. Burglary h. Motor vehicle theft i. Arson Caveat: Hate crimes Criminal Offenses Hate Crimes Arrests and Disciplinary Actions The crime data reported by the institutions have not been subjected to independent verification by the U.S. Department of Education. Therefore, the Department cannot vouch for the accuracy of the data reported here. The following hate offenses manifest evidence of prejudice based on race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, disability or ethnicity/national origin. There were no reported hate crimes for the years 2007, 2008, 2009.
24 Arrests and Disciplinary Action Criminal Offenses Hate Crimes Arrests and Disciplinary Actions The crime data reported by the institutions have not been subjected to independent verification by the U.S. Department of Education. Therefore, the Department cannot vouch for the accuracy of the data reported here. Arrests - On campus Total arrests on campus Law Violation a. Illegal weapons possession b. Drug law violations c. Liquor law violations Caveat: Disciplinary Actions - On campus Number of persons referred for Disciplinary Action on campus Law Violation a. Illegal weapons possession b. Drug law violations c. Liquor law violations Caveat: Arrests - Residence Halls Total arrests on campus in residence halls Law Violation a. Illegal weapons possession b. Drug law violations c. Liquor law violations Caveat:
25 Disciplinary Actions - Residence Halls Number of persons referred for Disciplinary Action on noncampus Law Violation a. Illegal weapons possession b. Drug law violations c. Liquor law violations Caveat: Arrests - Noncampus Total arrests on noncampus Law Violation a. Illegal weapons possession b. Drug law violations c. Liquor law violations Caveat: Disciplinary Actions - Noncampus Number of persons referred for Disciplinary Action on noncampus Law Violation a. Illegal weapons possession b. Drug law violations c. Liquor law violations Caveat: Arrests - Public Property Total arrests on public property Crime a. Illegal weapons possession b. Drug law violations c. Liquor law violations Caveat:
26 Disciplinary Actions - Public Property Number of persons referred for Disciplinary Action on public property Law Violation a. Illegal weapons possession b. Drug law violations c. Liquor law violations Caveat: FIRE SAFETY STATISTICS: On Campus Student Housing Facilities Campus Housing Hotchkiss Dorm Slight Dorm Waldock Dorm Smith Dorm Dixon Dorm Sweazy Dorm Year Fire Injury Death Cause Damage Fire Drill
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