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HNU Annual Crime and Fire Safety Rpt 2012

HNU Annual Crime and Fire Safety Rpt 2012

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Mission Statement
 
The mission of the Holy Names University Department of Campus Safety is to serve the community with
respect, fairness, and  compassion 
. We are committed to the
 protection of lif 
and property and the
 preservation of peace, order and diversity  
of individuals byupholding campus policies and local, state, and federal law. We are committed to
 providing a safe, wholesome and just environment  
forour campus community.
Few things are harder to put up with than a good example 
.” Mark Twai
n
WELCOME TO CAMPUS SAFETY
Campus Safety Office
Dana Kirkpatrick
Director of Campus Safety3500 Mountain BlvdFounders HallAdmin Office hours are Wednesday
Sunday8:00a.m. To 4:00p.m. or by Appointment.Admin Phone: (510) 436
-1287
 Fax: 510 436-1633
2012
 
Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report
 
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Index
Content:
PageIntroduction
 
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What is the “Jeane Clery” Disclosure Act?
 Annual Report
 – 
34 CFR 668.46 (b) (2) (ii) 5Crime Statistics CategoriesCampus Crime Statistics:
 How do we compile these statistics?
 Crime Definitions 6Access to Timely Information
 – 
34 CRF 668.46 (e) (3) 9Campus Safety Alerts
 – 
34 CFR 668.46 (b) (2) (i)Daily Crime LogPublic Information about Registered Sex Offenders on Campus
 – 
34 CFR 668.46 (b) (12)
Holy Names University Campus
10
 Campus Safety Mission StatementCampus Safety Office InformationCampus Safety Department
 – 
34 CFR 668.46 (b) (4) (iCampus Safety Staff, interagency cooperation and enforcement authorityReporting Methods on Campus
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34 CFR 668.46 (b) (2) 11Other sources at HNU for reporting criminal offenses - 34 CFR 668.46 (b) (2) (iiiConfidential Reporting Procedures 12Accurate and Prompt Reporting
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34 CFR 668.46 (b) (4) (iiDiscretionary Reporting
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34 CFR 668.46 (b) (4) (iii)Security and Access
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34 CFR 668.46 (b) (3)Access to Campus facilities and dormitoriesSpecial procedures for Residence HallsSecurity consideration in the maintenance of campus facilities 13Off-Campus Crime
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34 CFR 668.46 (b) (7)Security Awareness Programs
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34 CFR 668.46 (b) (5)Crime Prevention Programs
 – 
34 CFR 668.46 (b) (6)
Campus Policies 
DRUG AND ALCOHOL POLICIES/DRUG FREE CAMPUS34CRF 668.46 (b) (8) & 34 CRF 668.46 (b) (9)Student Handbook: 14Faculty Handbook: 17Staff Handbook: 18Campus Safety provides the followingPREVENTION PROGRAMS
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34 CFR 668.46 (b) (10 19Weapons Policy 20Workplace Health and SafetyStudent Handbook: 22Staff Handbook: Criminal and Violent Behavior and Workplace Violence PolicyPRIVACY RIGHTS/DISCRIMINATION POLICY 23Student Handbook:Right of EntryAdministrative Search Warrants 24Procedures for Room Entry and SearchParental Notification Policy
 
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 HARASSMENT POLICYStudent Handbook: 25Faculty Handbook: 27Staff Handbook: 28GRIEVANCE POLICYHNU Student Code of Conduct 29 Faculty Handbook: 38Staff Handbook: 41SEXUAL ASSAULT POLICY
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34 CFR 668.46 (b) (11) 42Campus Safety provides the fol
lowing……
44Assistance for Victims of Sexual AssaultsReporting the Sexual AssaultsLegal OptionsCriminalCivilIf you become the Victim of a Sexual Assault 45How to Help a FriendWays to Avoid RapeWhat to do in a risky situationEMERGENCY RESPONSE POLICY
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34 CFR 668.46 (b) (13) 46MISSING STUDENT POLICY
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34 CFR 668.46 (b) (14) 47FIRE SAFETY POLICY
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34 CFR 668.49 48Report Conclusion 50
Crime Statistics Clery Report 
51
 Fire Statistics Report 2009/2010/2011
53
 
COMMUNITY RESOURCES 55Crisis Hotlines and Counseling CentersSelf-Defense Courses 56Advocacy, Education, Resources, and Community ActivitiesLegal Support 57Domestic Violence Hotlines and Shelters 57TRIBUTE 59

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