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2010 Fall: For the Record

2010 Fall: For the Record

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The University of Denver is committed to assisting all members of its community in providing for their personal safety and security.

In compliance with federal regulation, the "For The Record" serves as the institution's annual security and fire safety report. This publication includes institutional policies regarding sexual assault, drug and alcohol use, and the issuance of timely warnings of criminal incidents reported on campus.

It also includes information regarding personal safety, crime prevention, reporting crime, fire safety and other related issues. Statistics for the previous three calendar years relevant to reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain non-campus buildings and property owned or controlled by the University of Denver; and on public property, within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from campus are also contained in this publication.
The University of Denver is committed to assisting all members of its community in providing for their personal safety and security.

In compliance with federal regulation, the "For The Record" serves as the institution's annual security and fire safety report. This publication includes institutional policies regarding sexual assault, drug and alcohol use, and the issuance of timely warnings of criminal incidents reported on campus.

It also includes information regarding personal safety, crime prevention, reporting crime, fire safety and other related issues. Statistics for the previous three calendar years relevant to reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain non-campus buildings and property owned or controlled by the University of Denver; and on public property, within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from campus are also contained in this publication.

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Te University o Denver engages in educational eorts to enhance security. DU and its Department o Campus Saety are committedto an integrated philosophy o awareness, education, prevention and service. Te University provides inormation on crimes and crimeprevention through various outreach initiatives that include direct programming with students and activities coordinated by Campus
Safety. Newly enrolled students learn about living in the campus community during Discoveries, the undergraduate student orientationprogram. Topics include personal safety, crime reporting, emergency procedures, respect for others, alcohol, AIDS awareness and sexual
assault.Te Department o Campus Saety seeks internal and external partnerships to promote and maintain a sae, secure environmentconducive to learning, living and working at the University o Denver. Campus Saety’s crime prevention division, oen in conjunctionwith other University departments, provides the University community with inormation and educational opportunities in an eort tooster a saer campus environment while encouraging members to be responsible or their own security and that o others.Programs the Department o Campus Saety coordinates include:
•new-studentorientationprogramsthatprovidecrimeawareness,preventionandreportinginformation•R.A.D.Systemsself-defensetraining,aprogramofrealisticself-defensetacticsandtechniquesforwomenthatisoeredto
 students, aculty, sta and community members
•annualstatrainingforUniversityfacilitiessuchasresidencehalls,DriscollUniversityCenterandotherdepartmentsasrequested•aquarterlyinformationtablelocatedonDriscollBridgewherestudentscaninteractwithCampusSafetystaandobtaincrime
 awareness, prevention and victim services materials
•crimealertsandcrimenoticespostedinconspicuouslocationstoprovide
 timely warnings to the community about criminal incidents considered apotential threat to campus community members
•campus-widee-mails,textmessagesandvoicemailssentinextremethreat
 circumstances
•crimeandrelogsavailableforpublicreview•distributionofinformationtocampuspublicationssuchasthestudentnewspa-
 per, sta newsletters and other sources; printed material, such as brochures andiers, displayed in public places and distributed at meetings and other events
•outreachservicesandinformationalprogramsforresidencehalls,Greek
 organizations and other student organizations that provide crime awarenessand prevention education, inormation and guidance on personal saety, as wellas an opportunity to promote and open dialogue about various saety andsecurity issues
•periodic“safewalks”incooperationwithotherdepartmentsandstudentorga-
 nizations, which are designed to identiy and address potential maintenance
andenvironmentalsafetyissues,inadequatelighting,physicalobstructions
 and other potential saety or security hazards related to environmental design
•channelingreportsofcrimereceivedfromauxiliaryresourcessuchasthe
 
OceofCitizenshipandCommunityStandards,303.871.4851(1-4851),the
 
Universityombudsocer,303.871.4712(1-4712),othercampussecurity
 
authoritiesasdenedandtheCampusSafetyInfo-Line,303.871.3130(1-3130)•tallyingofpertinentstatisticaldatagatheredastheresultofcondential
 crime reports
•speakersformeetings,paneldiscussionsandotherevents•safety-relatedforums,oencosponsoredwithothercampusorganizations•participationinallnew-employeeorientationsessions,andothercampus-wide
 events aimed at inorming and educating employees about saety and security programs
– Campus Saety
Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, Fall 2010
Reporting Crime 2Timely Warning Policy 4DU Shuttle Inormation 4Emergency Telephone Inormation 4Crime Prevention & Education 5University Sexual Assault Policy 6Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act 7Sexual Assault: Facts and Prevention 7Campus Resource Organizations 9DPD Relationship 11Saewalks 11Campus Facilities—Security and Access 11Property Registration/Security 12Victim Services 12DU Alcohol/Drug Policies 13Alcohol Abuse Education 14Employee Drug/Alcohol Policy 15Violations o Honor Code/Parental Notifcation Policy 16Family Educational Rights andPrivacy Act (FERPA) 17Suicide Prevention 18Question Persuade and Reer (QPR) 18Just the Facts—Alcohol/Drugs 19Just the Law—Alcohol/Drugs 202007–09 Campus Crime Statistics 21Fire Drills 23Evacuation Procedures 23Fire Saety Education 23Fire Control Systems 242007–09 Campus Fire Statistics 25Fire Log 26Phone Numbers 27
Produced in compliance with The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act 
 
Incaseofalife-threateningemergency,
make the ollowing WO calls:
1. 9112. 303.871.3000 (1-3000)Te 911 operator will assist in directing thenecessary response rom city emergency services, i.e., police, re and paramedics.Be prepared to give the operator inorma-tion about the emergency, including:
yourname,addressandphonenumberforverication•descriptionofsuspiciousperson(s)orvehicle(s)involved(ifapplicable)onarstaidcall,determineifthe
victim is conscious and breathingFor additional 911 system inormation, visithttp://www.du.edu/campussaety andhttp://www.denvergov.org.While the Department o Campus Saety 
isstaed24hoursadayyear-roundby
trained proessionals employed to serve the
Universitycommunity,inlife-threatening
emergencies, or when you need immedi
-atepolice,reormedicalassistance,pleasedial911rst.iswillactivatetheappro-
priate emergency response rom Denver’semergency response system. Addition
-
ally, the emergency call will be reectedin Campus Saety’s dispatch center and aCampus Saety ofcer will respond imme
-
diately to the location rom where the callwas made. I circumstances permit, also
call303.871.3000(1-3000)andinformthe
dispatch center o your emergency. Tiswill help the responding campus ofcersunderstand the nature o the emergency 
priortotheirarrival.Outdoordirect-
 access telephones, reerred to as emergency 
phones(E-phones),arelocatedthroughout
campus or students and employees to use
forreportingcrimeandrequestingassis-
tance. Tese calls go directly to the CampusSaety dispatch center. (Please reer to the
E-phoneinformationonpage4andbecome
amiliar with the locations o phones near
theplacesyoufrequentoncampus).
University community members arestrongly encouraged to report all criminalincidents, suspicious activities and emer
-
gency situations immediately to Campus
Safety.Crimesofanon-emergentnature
may be reported by calling 303.871.2334
(1-2334).eCampusSafetyInfo-Lineisavailableat303.871.3130(1-3130)forcampus
community members to report any saety or security hazards on campus.Campus Saety ofcers routinely patrol
thecampusareainvehicles,T-3mobil-
ity devices, on oot and on bicycles. Whena crime is reported to Campus Saety, aCampus Saety ofcer responds, completesa preliminary investigation and coordi
-
nates urther action with the Denver PoliceDepartment i appropriate (or at the
requestofthevictim).Inallcases,an
oense report is completed. Additionalinvestigation may be assigned as neces
-sary.Ifastudentisidentiedasasuspect,
the report is orwarded to the Ofce o Citizenship and Community Standards orprocessing and disposition.A report made by Campus Saety may 
alsoresultinfollow-upcontactbytheVic-
tim Services Coordinator. In certain cases,this person oers additional resources andoptions. When a sexual assault, incident o dating or domestic violence or stalking is
reportedoncampusrsttoCampusSafety,theDirectorofGenderViolenceEducationandSupportServicesintheStudentLife
division will also ollow up.
CampusSafetyroutinelynotiesthe
University community o critical incidentsby posting crime alerts in conspicuouslocations throughout campus. Tese post
-
ings inorm community members o thenature o the critical incident and the man
-
ner in which to report similar crimes, andthey provide prevention tips to avoid beingsimilarly victimized. In certain situations,
acampus-widee-mailalertisalsosent.
Additionally, Campus Saety maintains adaily crime log that is available or reviewathttp://www.du.edu/campussaety .
Campussecurityauthorities,asdened
by Te Clery Act, are directed to ormally 
reporttoCampusSafetyspeciedcriminal
incidents that are reported to them or thathave occurred at, or in association with, o 
-ciallysanctionedeventsand/oractivities.A“campussecurityauthority”isdenedas“anocialoftheinstitutionwhohassignicantresponsibilityforstudentandcampusactivities.”AtDU,thisincludesbut
is not limited to, graduate resident directors,
stamembersofHousingandResidential
Education, and athletic coaches. Univer
-
sity deans, directors and department headsare instructed to identiy campus security authorities in their respective areas o responsibility. Tese reports are in turnrecorded and statistically reported by Cam
-
pus Saety when appropriate. For additionalinormation regarding Te Clery Act, visithttp://www.securityoncampus.org/.
– Campus Saety & the Health and Counseling Center 
Reporting Crime
2
Security Report 
 
Members o the University community are strongly encouraged to report all criminal activity immediately to Campus Saety. Formalreports o this nature are documented, investigated and reerred or disposition.However, we recognize that in certain situations, individuals who are victims o crime may not wish to disclose certain details o 
crimesortheiridentities.epersonswithwhomyoumaydiscussallofthiswithcompletecondentialityarethelicensedcounsel-orsattheHealthandCounselingCenter.Ifyouwishonlyforsupportandcounselingservices,pleasecontactacounselor.Anon-callcounselormaybereachedaerhoursbydialing303.871.3000(1-3000).
While no ormal policy exists, when deemed appropriate, counselors may encourage individuals to permit reporting o statisticalinormation only or inclusion in the University’s annual crime data.
VictimsofoensescommittedbyDUstudentshaveseveralreportingoptions.eseinclude:1)reportingtothepoliceforcriminalaction,2)lingacivillawsuitagainstthesuspectand3)reportingtocampusocials,suchasCampusSafety,CitizenshipandCom-munityStandards,GenderViolenceEducationandSupportServices,andHousingandResidentialEducationforUniversitysanctions
to be considered. You may pursue these options simultaneously, or any one o them separately.
Reportingacrimeandcooperatingwithalawenforcementinvestigationarenecessaryforcriminalprosecutionofasexualassaultcase,butarenotrequiredforUniversitysanctionstobebroughtagainstastudentfoundresponsiblebyaconductreviewboardthrough
Citizenship and Community Standards.I you are the victim o a crime, you may want to proceed with reporting to both law enorcement and to University ofcials, or youmay want to report only at the University level. Tat choice is yours. Questions regarding these processes may be answered by calling
CampusSafety,CitizenshipandCommunityStandards,GenderViolenceEducationandSupportServices,theDenverPoliceDepart-mentorotherresourceslistedinForeRecord.
In other situations, i a crime occurred that impacts the campus and its community and you wish to be made aware o the available
on-ando-campusresources,havethecampuswarnedand/orhavetheoenseincludedinstatisticaldata,youmayreporttoother
campus security authorities or service providers. Keep in mind that reports o this nature may not be ully investigated. Further, while
everyeortwillbemadetokeepidentifyinginformationcondential,condentialitycannotbeguaranteedwithreportstoanyoneon
campus other than licensed counselors at the Health and Counseling Center.
AnothervaluableresourceforreportingsexualassaultistheDUSexualAssaultSurvivorAdvocateNetwork(SASA).Ifacampus
community member believes he or she may have been sexually assaulted, and would like to discuss the incident and the various options
andresourcesthatareavailable,youcancontacttheDUSASANetwork24/7throughouttheyearbycalling303.871.3456(1-3456).YoumayalsocontacttheGenderViolenceEducationandSupportServicesoce(GVESS)at303.871.3853(1-3853)oratNelsonHall,room
103, Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Ifyouwouldlikegeneralinformationregardingcondentialcrimereporting,feelfreetocontacttheVictimServicesCoordinator,theDUSASAnetwork,theGVESSoce,theHealthandCounselingCenterand/orCitizenshipandCommunityStandards.Seepage
27 or a complete list o resources and telephone numbers.
– Campus Saety & the Health and Counseling Center 
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