Campus Security Authority Reporting

The CSA reporting form is intended to provide CSAs with a method of reporting Clery crimes to Public Safety and Compliance for inclusion in the College's annual compilation of Clery statistics.

CSA Reporting Form

2023 Annual Security Report

Our institution has a responsibility to notify the campus community about crimes that pose a serious or ongoing threat to the community.

Annual Security Report

History of the Clery Act

In April 1986, Jeanne Clery’s life ended tragically when another student raped and murdered her in her residence hall room. Alarmed at the lack of transparency around the crime and violence on college campuses, Jeanne’s parents, Connie and Howard, committed themselves to create enduring change.

In 1990, Congress approved the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act. Later renamed in Jeanne’s memory, the Jeanne Clery Act took effect in 1991. It requires that colleges and universities:

  • keep a public crime log
  • publish an annual security report that includes crime statistics and security policies
  • provide timely warnings and emergency notifications to inform the campus community of potential threats
  • ensure certain basic rights for victims of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking

The U.S. Department of Education enforces the Clery Act, and is responsible for collecting and disseminating crime statistics from colleges and universities each year.


2021 Annual Security & Fire Safety Report - Main Campus | Midland Campus

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