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Clery Crime Reporting

JEANNE CLERY ACT COMPLIANCE:  CRIME REPORTING RESPONSIBILITIES

The Purpose of the Clery Act

To provide the campus community with accurate, complete, and timely information about crime and the safety of the campus environment so that they can make informed decisions to keep themselves safe.

Who should report crimes?

Any member of the campus community who falls victim to crime should report the incident to campus security (CSB Security/SJU Life Safety).  However, he/she may be more inclined to report it to someone other than campus security.  For this reason, the Clery Act requires all institutions to collect crime reports from a variety of individuals and organizations that have significant responsibility for student and campus activities.  These individuals are designated as "campus security authorities".

Who are our Campus Security Authorities?

CSB/SJU's list of campus security authorities includes, but is not limited to:  campus security, RDs/RAs, FRs/CAs, deans of students, athletic directors and coaches, faculty and staff advisors to student organizations, study abroad coordinators, Title IX coordinator(s), student health center directors, student development staff, etc.

STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF:  USE THE FOLLOWING LINKS TO -

Review the Campus Security Authority Training Video

Submit a Clery Act Question

Report a Non-Emergency Crime to Campus Security

Certify Clery Reporting Compliance