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Annual Security Report 2001

(Published September 2002)

Introduction

This brochure is available to serve the CSB/SJU campus communities in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

Printed copies are available upon request from:

CSB Department of Security
SJU Department of Life Safety
CSB/SJU Admission Office
CSB/SJU Human Resources Office     

Department of Security

Mary Commons
College of Saint Benedict
37 S. College Ave.
St. Joseph, MN 56374-2099
320-363-5000

Department of Life Safety

St. Thomas Hall
Saint John’s University
Collegeville, MN 56321
320-363-2144

Annual Report Contents

                        Page

Introduction      1
College of Saint Benedict          1
Saint John’s University  1
CSB Department of Security     2
SJU Department of Life Safety  3
Contact CSB Security  4
CSB Emergency Phone Locations         4
Contact SJU Life Safety           5
SJU Emergency Phone Locations          5
Crime Prevention and Reporting            6
Crime Awareness and Alerts     7
Campus Facility Access            8
Facility Design and Maintenance  Service 9
Drug and Alcohol Policy           9
Possession of Weapons or Firearms      10
Joint Human Rights Officer        10
Sexual Harassment/Sexual Assault        11
Crime Report Statistics 11
CSB Reported Crime   12
SJU Reported Crime    13
Sexual Violence Immediate Action        14
Unofficial Action           15
Official Action  16
Legal Action     17
Emergency Numbers    back

The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University are private liberal arts higher education institutions that share a common curriculum and coordinate academic and extra-curricular activities. The Sisters of the Order of Saint Benedict founded the College of Saint Benedict in 1913 with an intentional commitment to the education of women. Saint John’s University was founded in 1856 by the monks of Saint John’s Abbey as a mens’ university.   Both campuses, located six miles apart, have a coeducational atmosphere. The mission of the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University is to provide the very best residential liberal arts education in the Catholic Benedictine university tradition. They foster integrated learning, exceptional leadership for change and wisdom for a lifetime.

The College of Saint Benedict (CSB) is a private women’s Catholic liberal arts college located in St. Joseph, Minn. CSB is a residential campus with 1,515 students residing on the campus in eighteen residence areas and apartment complexes for 200002001. CSB also provides the residence for 40 Saint John’s Preparatory School female students. The College of Saint Benedict is closely associated with the Saint Benedict’s Monastery. The college and the monastery are separate corporations that work closely together and function as a community. The CSB campus consists of 146 acres with 55 buildings. Approximately 2,024 students, 122 faculty, 156 administrators, 161 support staff, and 189 sisters are members of the college/monastic communities. The monastic community resides on an additional, approximate 248 acres.

Saint John’s University (SJU) is a private, liberal arts university for men located in Collegeville, Minn. SJU is a residential campus with 1,453 students residing on campus in 17 residence areas and apartment complexes for 2000-2001. The university is owned by its sponsoring organization, Saint John’s Abbey (The Order of Saint Benedict, Inc.) The abbey and university share an 80-acre campus in the midst of a 2,500-acre tract of woodlands and lakes. Approximately 1,880 undergraduates, 140 coeducational graduate School of Theology students, 161 faculty, 186 administrators, 357 support staff, and 170 monks are members of the university/monastic communities. Saint John’s Preparatory School, with a 2000-2001 coed enrollment of 316, 52 residing in Prep School campus housing, and a faculty and staff of 75, has facilties sharing the university campus.

CSB/SJU student organizations do not own any  off-campus facilities.

Since no campus is completely free of crime, CSB and SJU have developed a series of policies and procedures relating to campus security. These policies and procedures are designed to ensure that community members are fully aware of the safety issues on the campuses and to take action to prevent and to report illegal and inappropriate activities. CSB/SJU expressly reserves the right to modify or adopt additional policies or procedures at any time without notice. Such changes may appear in successive issues of this report. The CSB Department of Security and the SJU Department of Life Safety have been established to assist the institutions in this objective. Representatives of the student body, faculty and staff have collaborated over time to develop policies and procedures to assure the well-being of all persons and the safety of their possessions. The effects of these policies and procedures also extend to members of our academic community who live away from the campus.

The CSB director of security and the SJU director of life safety maintain close working relationships with the St. Joseph Police Department and the Stearns County Sheriff’s Department for assistance with criminal incidents occurring on the campuses and support services for special events. The directors also maintain a close working relationship with all elements of the criminal justice system. Regular meetings are held with other agencies, both formally and informally, and crime-related reports and statistics are routinely exchanged.

CSB Department of Security

CSB Department of Security, under the administration of the director of security, is responsible for the enforcement of federal, state and local laws as well as college policies and rules. Security officers are responsible for first-response services until emergency assistance is available by local police, fire or medical agencies. Security officers provide a safe environment that enhances the campus learning experience and complements the college’s Benedictine values.

The Department of Security is located in the west wing of Mary Commons. A security officer is available 24 hours a day. The security staff consists of non-commissioned professional security officers augmented by student security officers.  The staff meets all standards as established by Minnesota state statute to provide routine security services including the escort service as well as emergency response services. The uniformed security officers patrol the campus buildings and grounds either in vehicles, on bicycles or on foot 24 hours daily.

SJU Department of Life Safety

SJU Department of Life Safety, under the administration of the director of life safety, is responsible for the enforcement of federal, state and local laws as well as college policies and rules. Security officers are responsible for first response services until emergency assistance is available. Security officers provide a safe environment that enhances the campus learning experience and complements the university’s Benedictine values.

The Department of Life Safety, located in the lower level of Thomas Hall, operates with a dispatcher and a security officer available 24 hours daily. The director of life safety and the assistant director are licensed with the state of Minnesota as deputy sheriff’s with arrest powers under the authority of the Stearns County Sheriff’s Department. The security staff consists of non-commissioned professional security officers augmented by students serving as dispatchers and student security officers. The staff meets all standards as established by Minnesota State statute to provide routine security services including the escort service as well as emergency response services. The uniformed security officers patrol the campus buildings and grounds either in vehicles, on bicycles or on foot 24 hours daily.

Because of its location apart from a municipal jurisdiction, Saint John’s University has over the years developed its own municipal services, including a staffed health center capable of dealing with medical emergencies through a volunteer student EMT rescue response team, a fully equipped volunteer fire department and the Life Safety Services security staff.

Crime Prevention and Reporting

Because the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University operate in close collaboration and the fact that persons from either institution may teach, study, work or socialize on both campuses, the two colleges cooperate in establishing and enforcing policies and procedures for security. The shared philosophy to take proactive roles to reduce the opportunities for criminal activity results in programs which attempt to eliminate or minimize criminal opportunities, while at the same time encourage students and employees to take responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others. Individuals are urged to act responsibly and to take sensible precautions to protect themselves and their possessions. CSB and SJU have also developed comprehensive plans for collaborative  management of crisis situations.

Students, employees and guests of CSB and SJU are encouraged to report all criminal activity and other emergencies to campus security. CSB Department of Security and SJU Department of Life Safety are the security offices to which all criminal reports are to be processed.  Security officers will request assistance from law enforcement, rescue, fire and ambulance as appropriate. CSB and SJU reported crime documentation is forwarded to local law enforcement officials for follow up investigations and victims assistance. Members of the campus community are strongly encouraged to adhere to all  local, state and federal laws and college rules of conduct. Members of the campus community violating laws or college/university policies are referred into the campus judicial system for appropriate action.

Institutional policies are published in the CSB Every Woman’s Guide and the SJU J-Book. Both student handbooks are electronically published on the home web sites (http.www.csbsju.edu) and include disciplinary policies and rules for their enforcement. An annual review and update serves to inform students of any changes in policies (e.g., resident agreement, alcohol, visitation, sexual harassment, parking violations, etc.) as well as college services (e.g. counseling, health advocates, food service, bus service, etc.) Employees receive institutional policies published in hard copy Faculty Handbooks and Staff Handbooks. In addition, the CSB/SJU Joint Human Rights Policies and Procedures, dealing with issues of human rights, sexual harassment and sexual assault, are distributed to each student and employee by the Human Rights Officer.

Crime Awareness/Alerts

CSB and SJU use a variety of programs and procedures to alert campus residents, commuter students, employees and campus guests to potential dangers of living/working in a campus, or any, human community.  These programs are developed jointly and presented in collaboration between CSB and SJU. Some CSB/SJU specific campus security/personal safety/health education programs are:

1.         Programs:

            •           Escort service — 24 hours daily
            •           Campus safety walk
            •           Rape Aggression Defense course
            •           Student Advocates Against Sexual Violence
            •           Security Ride Along 
            •           Resident hall floor meetings
            •           Prep School resident hall floor meetings
            •           Student orientation
            •           Athlete-to-athlete 
            •           Lifestyle Fitness classes
            •           Campus and Community Watch
            •           Security tips bookmarks, brochures, other items
            •           Security Issuance of Deficiency Notices for Academic Buildings
            •           Presentations — faculty meetings, residence hall meetings, staff meetings
            •           Health Advocate Program — Lollanobooza
            •           Safety Week
            •           MADD presentations
            •           Special event planning guide
            •           Parking Appeals and Traffic Advisory Committee

2.         Crime Alerts: When the CSB Department of Security and/or SJU Department of Life Safety identifies a crisis situation and/or receives a formal security report indicating a violent crime has occurred on or near their campuses and there is a reasonable potential that the situation presents a threat to students, employees or guests, “security alerts” will be prepared and posted in campus public areas in a timely manner. The bulletins posted at both campuses provide public information about the crime, along with prevention awareness information. 

3.         Publications: This brochure is published on-line at: www.csbsju.edu/inside/student_life/security.htm and gives statistical summaries of criminal and security activity incidents as prepared by the CSB director of security and the SJU director of life safety. (These statistics may or may not contain local law enforcement statistics depending upon  information available from those agencies at the time of Web site update.)

4.         Annual Report: A comprehensive CSB/SJU annual report of crime-related statistical data is compiled, published and distributed in accordance with the Jeanne Cleary Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The CSB director of security and the SJU director of life safety include local law enforcement statistics in the annual report.

Campus Facility Access

All CSB and SJU academic facilities are locked except for normal business hours and authorized events. CSB and SJU have a keying system in place that exceeds industry standards. All keys are controlled according to the Lock/Key Policy. All students living on CSB/SJU campuses are given crime awareness and prevention information at the beginning of each school year. Residence hall meetings are the prime setting to share information with students and listen to their concerns. Students are instructed to keep their living quarters locked to protect themselves and their possessions.  Verbal communications as well as printed materials in the form of brochures, bookmarks and posters are distributed.

CSB residential buildings are locked 24 hours daily.  Resident students must utilize an electronic card access system for exterior doors/access into their resident building. Residents must escort their guests during visiting hours. Residents have the responsibility not only for their personal safety but also for the safety of other members of their community. The effectiveness of the external electronic locking and internal single room key systems are dependent upon residents not holding exterior doors open and immediately reporting lost/stolen access cards and single room keys to the Department of Security and the resident hall staff.

SJU resident buildings have an exterior open door policy for all residence halls. Apartments and Emmaus Hall have exterior doors that are secured at night. Residents are encouraged to escort their guests during visiting hours. Security locks are installed on residence buildings during semester breaks.

Facility Design and Maintenance Service

The CSB Department of Security and facility maintenance managers and the SJU Department of Life Safety and physical plant managers review all construction projects, renovation plans and equipment purchases to assure that the most updated safety and security features are considered. Security officers and facility maintenance, physical plant employees, perform regular safety and security inspections of campus facilities and grounds. Reported repairs affecting safety and security issues are a priority service request to be completed by facility maintenance, physical plant in a timely manner. While routine maintenance is done during normal business hours, emergency maintenance is available  24-hours a day, and can be arranged by contacting campus security.

Drug and Alcohol Policy

CSB and SJU promote the need for responsible behavior in all personal relationships and serious academic endeavors. With this understanding, CSB and SJU expects that all students and employees of the college will conduct themselves in a responsible manner that shows respect for others and the local community. CSB and SJU believe that an environment to enable both students and employees to pursue their goals should be fostered, and that this environment should be free from the effects of drug abuse.

CSB and SJU comply with federal, state and local laws, which regulate the possession, use and sale of alcoholic beverages and controlled substances. Whether on campus or at college-sponsored activities, policies prohibit the following:

  1. Distribution, possession or use of any illegal drug or controlled substance;
  2. Providing alcoholic beverages to individuals under 21 years of age or possession of alcoholic beverages by individuals under 21 years of age;
  3. Illegal possession of an open container of an alcoholic beverage, public intoxication, driving  while intoxicated and drinking alcoholic beverages in an unlicensed public place.

Hosts of campus events where alcoholic beverages are to be served must obtain a permit from the appropriate food service director or activities director and accept responsibility for assuring that all guests act responsibly.CSB and SJU campus-wide programs such as BACCHUS, employee development, DWI Task Force, student government, counseling offices, career services and other individual residence hall coordinated programs promote education about chemical health and substance abuse. Programs that address alcohol- or drug-related issues, and emphasize the clear, statistical relationship between alcohol or drug abuse and many disorderly, unsafe or criminal activities, begin as a part of the first-year orientation. The CSB/SJU counseling offices and the SJU Health Center provide assessment, assistance and intervention resources as necessary.

Possession of Weapons or Firearms

No weapons of any kind are allowed in the possession of CSB/SJU students, employees or guest/visitors.  Enforcement in the broadest sense applies and includes any weaponry, whether real, toy or facsimile, that can cause bodily harm or threat of harm.

Weapons for game hunting or trapshooting must be registered with either CSB Security or Life Safety Services at SJU and stored in the SJU vaults designated for this purpose.

Joint Human Rights Officer

CSB/SJU are committed to creating and maintaining an environment in which all members of the community are aware of the rights and human dignity of every other human being. It is CSB/SJU policy to seek prompt and equitable resolution of allegations of discrimination relating to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or handicap, as well as to incidents of sexual harassment or assault. In an effort to protect the victim’s identity, the Human Rights Officer may process third party reports of sexual violence to the security departments.

A complete copy of the human rights policy and complaint procedure is available from the human rights officer.

Sexual Harassment/Sexual Assault

CSB and SJU will not tolerate sexual harassment or sexual assault in any form on the campuses, or at any campus-sponsored event. Individuals identifying themselves as victims are strongly encouraged to report the incident immediately to the human rights officer or campus security.

Contact CSB Security to Request

  • Escort Service
  • Information
  • Parking/Traffic Bureau Information
  • General Assistance
  • Medical Assistance
  • Report suspicious behaviors/circumstances
  • Report a Crime

Emergency fire/medical/crime:

CSB Department of Security     5000
Stearns County Sheriff/St. Joseph Police           9-911
 

CSB Campus Emergency Phone Locations:

CSB Blue Light emergency phones with direct connections to security are located in strategic places in the campus parking lots:

            1          At the entrance to Lot 4 ,
            2          NE, SE, and NW sections of Lot 5,
            3          Lot 6 - NE corner of Claire Lynch,
            4          West end of Lot 11.
            5          Library road

Residence hall card access entries also have regular phones for access to security. West Apartments and the bus stop have courtyard/pole phones for access to security.

Contact SJU Life Safety to Request

  • Escort Service
  • Information
  • Parking/Traffic Bureau Information
  • General Assistance
  • Medical Assistance
  • Report suspicious behaviors/circumstances
  • Report a Crime

Emergency fire/medical/crime:

SJU Department of Life Safety  911
SJU Department of Life Safety 2144
Stearns County Sheriff              251-4240

SJU Campus Emergency Phone Locations:

SJU  Blue light emergency phones with direct connections to the Life Safety Services are located in strategic places on the campus grounds:

1        entrance to Science Parking Lot 1,
2        entrance to Science Parking Lot 2,
3        between Mary and the Flagpole parking lots,
4        N end of Flynntown lot,
5        N side of Stephen B. Humphrey Theater Auditorium
6        S end of Emmaus Hall,
7        Prep School parking lot and
8                    Flynntown bus stop.

Crime Report Statistics

January 1, 2001 – December 31, 2001

The following 2000 statistical information was compiled in coordination with the CSB Department of Security crime reports and the St. Joseph Police Department crime reports; SJU Department of Life Safety and the  Stearns County Sheriff Department crime reports. The statistics identify the number of reports of crimes not necessarily confirmed cases and/or convictions. They report the total number of crime reports that have occurred on each institution-owned facilities and grounds. Categories of reports identified are those required to be reported according to federal legislation (See S. 1150, H.R. 102-630, 101st Congress, 2nd Session, June 29, 1992).

CSB Reported Crime 99/00/01

Key

Total

On-Campus

Residential

Public

Non-Campus

1999

2000

2001

 

Number of Reported Crimes

 

 

  Criminal Homicide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     Murder/Non-Negligent Manslaughter

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

     Negligent Manslaughter

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

  Sex Offenses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     Forcible Sex Offenses

1

1

4

0

0

0

1

1

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

     Non-Forcible Sex Offenses

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

  Robbery

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

 

  Aggravated Assault

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

 

  Burglary

3

13

3

0

11

0

3

2

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

  Motor Vehicle Theft

1

4

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

0

0

0

0

 

  Arson

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Arrest (Automatic Referral)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Liquor Violations

42

23

9

25

14

0

17

9

3

0

0

6

0

0

0

 

  Drug Abuse Violations

1

1

3

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

3

0

0

0

 

  Weapon Possessions

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Referrals to Campus Discipline

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Liquor Violations

19

53

102

0

1

0

19

52

93

0

0

9

0

0

0

 

  Drug Abuse Violations

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

  Weapon Possessions

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Crimes Manifesting Evidence of Prejudice

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SJU Reported Crime 99/00/01

Key

Total

On-Campus

Residential

Public

Non-Campus

1999

2000

2001

 

Number of Reported Crimes

 

 

  Criminal Homicide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     Murder/Non-Negligent Manslaughter

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

     Negligent Manslaughter

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

  Sex Offenses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     Forcible Sex Offenses

1

0

2

0

0

0

1

1

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

 

     Non-Forcible Sex Offenses

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

  Robbery

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

  Aggravated Assault

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

 

  Burglary

14

4

15

4

2

10

10

2

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

  Motor Vehicle Theft

0

2

1

0

2

1

0

0

0

0

4

0

0

0

0

 

  Arson

1

2

4

1

1

3

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Arrest (Automatic Referral)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Liquor Violations

15

12

33

13

8

18

2

3

12

0

1

3

0

0

0

 

  Drug Abuse Violations

0

4

4

0

3

0

0

1

2

0

0

2

0

0

0

 

  Weapon Possessions

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Referrals to Campus Discipline

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Liquor Violations

263

368

349

39

82

49

224

283

288

0

3

12

0

0

0

 

  Drug Abuse Violations

8

22

41

0

3

13

8

19

28

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

  Weapon Possessions

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Crimes Manifesting Evidence of Prejudice

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sexual Violence Immediate Action

CSB/SJU Sexual Assault Policy: www.csbsju.edu/inside/student_life/security.htm

Seek Safety

  • Go to a safe place
  • Take care of yourself first, however:

Do not disturb the evidence until a report is filed:

  • Do not shower 
  • Do not comb hair
  • Do leave the scene untouched
  • Do not douche
  • Do not change or wash clothes 

It is not your fault! Assault can be committed by a stranger, lover, acquaintance, friend or family member.

Call for Help

CSB and SJU: reporting on campus for safety/assistance (from on-campus phones only):

CSB Security:   5000
SJU Life Safety:  2144

Outside agencies:  For reporting to and requesting safety  assistance:

Police: 9-911

If you contact CSB Security or SJU Life Safety first:

If there is a crime scene to protect, they will contact the police. If your residence is on campus, the security officers will contact the on-call residence staff to assist you.

You will be encouraged to report this incident to the police. Security will assist in this procedure.

Go to the Hospital for Medical Care

To coordinate transportation (from on-campus phones only):

CSB Security:   5000
SJU Life Safety:            2144

Unofficial Action

Reporting to on campus departments is not a substitute for officially reporting to the CSB/SJU security departments. On-campus departments are required to report sexual violence incidents to the Security departments.

On Campus

CSB Counseling and Health Education  5605
SJU Health Center        3142
SJU Counseling and Career Services    3792
CSB Health Education  5653
CSB/SJU Student Advocates Against Sexual Assault 2036
CSB Campus Ministry  5806
SJU Campus Ministry   2790
CSB Residence Life     5580
SJU Residence Life      2044

Your resident assistant and/or resident director/faculty resident

Human Rights Officer Students 363-5485
Human Rights Officer Faculty/Staff        363-5071

Note: This person offers private, confidental, personal advocacy at no cost. They are not a substitute for security or police action.

Outside agencies 24-hour crisis support and advocacy services

St. Cloud Hospital        251-2700
Woman House (Crisis Line)      252-1603
Central MN Sexual Assault Center       251-4357
(Crisis Line)      1-800-237-5090

You may decide to come to a personal resolution without using the CSB/SJU systems or legal systems. The decision is yours.

You may choose to meet with a counselor (on- or off-campus), or professionals from one of the sexual assault services. The professionals can assist you in the therapy/emotional healing process, and/or consult with you regarding action you may want to take.

Official CSB/SJU Campus Action

Investigating Departments:  Every complaint of sexual violence will be investigated by one of the following departments:

CSB Director of Security          5000
SJU Director of Life Safety       2144 Human Rights Officer Students     5485
Human Rights Officer Faculty/Staff        5071

What can you expect?  The investigation may include (but is not limited to) conversations with the complaintant and the accused, or an investigation through the appropriate CSB/SJU processes. You will discuss the options with the investigating officer.

CSB/SJU Joint Sexual Assault Policy:

  • policy statement   
  • rights of the parties
  • responsibilities
  • the law
  • to whom it applies
  • protection from retaliation
  • confidentiality 
  • sanctions
  • definition of terms
  • reporting and complaint procedure
  • discipline for malicious false reporting

CSB/SJU Sexual Assault Information Packet

  • CSB/SJU Joint Sexual Assault Policy
  • CSB/SJU letter from dean of students
  • Education pamphlets

Office of Crime Victims Ombudsman Statewide Crime Victim investigations, complaints and referrals

Dating information

Faculty and staff:  Faculty and staff can listen, explain the process and offer support. However, for the safety of our campus communities and required by law they are obligated to report allegations of sexual violence to one of the investigating officers. Security is obligated to file a campus crime report.

Legal action and/or to  file criminal charges

Outside agencies: 

Police   9-911
St. Joseph Police          363-8250
Stearns County Sheriff  251-4240
 

Victims are strongly encouraged to file a report with the police. Security and/or the human rights officer will assist in this procedure.

Confidentiality: CSB/SJU is sensitive to the needs of complaintants for privacy and confidentiality. However, CSB/SJU are responsible and obligated to protect others in the campus communities from sexual violence which means that CSB/SJU cannot guarantee anonymity to complaintants

Information Resources

Faculty handbooks
Staff handbooks

CSB Department of Security

Mary Commons

Department of Life Safety Service

St. Thomas Hall, lower level

CSB/SJU policies

CSB Every Woman’s Guide
SJU J-Book

Catalog of CSB/SJU resources

CSB Every Woman’s Guide
SJU J-Book

Judicial System/Grievance Procedures

CSB Every Woman’s Guide
SJU J-Book

Alcohol policies

CSB Every Woman’s Guide
SJU J-Book

Minnesota Liquor Law (excerpts)

CSB Every Woman’s Guide
SJU J-Book

St. Joseph Liquor and Noise ordinances

(summary)
CSB Every Woman’s Guide
SJU J-Book

Crisis Management Policies/Procedures

CSB Department of Security (Mary Commons) or
CSB Communications and Marketing Services

SJU Department of Life Safety Services (lower level, St. Thomas Hall) or
SJU Communications and Marketing Services

CSB/SJU building schedules and open hours

CSB Every Woman’s Guide
SJU J-Book

Crime prevention materials

CSB Department of Security, Mary Commons

CSB/SJU Human Rights Officer, CSB Main 240

CSB Counseling Center, Mary Commons

SJU Department of Life Safety, lower level, St. Thomas Hall

SJU Counseling Office, Mary Hall, Ground Floor 010

Student Human Rights and Diversity, CSB, Mary Commons, 277

Statistics on campus security violations and crime

CSB Department of Security, Mary Commons

SJU Department of Life Safety Services, lower level, St. Thomas Hall

CSB/SJU Human Rights Office, CSB, Main 240  Connections, campus newsletter

The Record, student newspaper

Human Rights Statement

CSB/SJU Joint Human Rights Policies and Procedures available at Human Rights Office, CSB, Main 240

Policy on Sexual Harassment

CSB/SJU Joint Human Rights Policies and Procedures available at Human Rights Office, CSB, Main 240

Policy on Sexual Assault

CSB/SJU Joint Human Rights Policies and Procedures available at Human Rights Office, CSB, Main 240

Complaint Procedures for Human Rights Violations

CSB/SJU Joint Human Rights Policies and Procedures available at Human Rights Office, CSB, Main 240

Key Policy & Procedures

Facility Maintenance Department, CSB, Main G43 
Physical Plant Department, SJU

EMERGENCY NUMBERS

Department of Security: 320-363-5000

Mary Commons
College of Saint Benedict
37 S. College Ave.
St. Joseph, MN 56374-2099

Emergency/outside agencies: 9-911

Department of Life Safety: 320-363-2144

St. Thomas Hall
Saint John’s University
P.O. Box 2000
Collegeville, MN 56321

Emergency/campus dispatch: 911

SJU Health Center: 3142

Outside Agencies:

Ambulance       9-251-8505

St. Cloud Hospital        9-251-2700

St. Cloud Police           9-251-1200

St. Joseph Police          9-363-8250

Stearns County Sheriff  9-251-4240

This brochure is available (electronically at www.csbsju.edu/inside/student_life/security.htm) to serve the CSB/SJU campus communities in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

Printed copies are available upon request from:

CSB Department of Security
SJU Department of Life Safety
CSB/SJU Admission Office
CSB/SJU Human Resources Office