Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act
In 1991, the U.S. Congress passed the Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act, which requires colleges to report the three previous years of statistics on murder, sex offenses, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, and motor vehicle theft, and statistics on arrests for drug and alcohol violations and weapons violations. In October 1998, President Clinton signed an amendment renaming the act the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and requiring that all crimes motivated by hate or bias be included in the statistics.
Baylor University Annual Campus Security and Fire Report
Pursuant to federal law, all currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff are notified via email each October of their access to the Annual Campus Security Report. Additionally, all prospective students and prospective employees are entitled to request a copy of the Baylor University Annual Campus Security and Fire Report.
The report contains crime statistics about certain specified crimes/incidents that have been reported to Campus Security Authorities over the past three years and that have occurred either on campus, in off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the University, or on public property adjacent to campus. These statistics are available at the Campus Crime Statistics web page.
The report also contains policies and practices pertaining to campus security, crime reporting, alcohol and drugs, victim's assistance programs, student discipline, campus resources, community safety alerts, crime prevention, and access to campus facilities/properties as well as personal safety tips. The report encourages the reporting of all crimes. The report tells how and to whom to report crimes.
Copies of this report may be obtained in person from the Baylor University Police Department. Revelant policies and information may also be found using the links provided below.
- Reporting A Crime-Who You Can Contact And How
- Campus Crime Statistics 2010-2012
- Campus Crime and Fire Log
- Student Disciplinary Statistics
- Student Life Annual Notification
- Annual Disclosure of Crime Statistics Policy, Statement Regarding Voluntary Confidential Reporting and Statement Regarding Off-Campus Organizations
- Timely Warning Policy
- Hate Crimes
- Policy Statement On Alcohol And Other Drugs
- Alcohol And Drug Counseling And Treatment Resources
- How To Obtain Sex Offender Registration Information
- Options Following A Sexual Assault
- Student Disciplinary Procedures For Violations Including Sexual Assault
- Sexual Misconduct Policy
- What You Should Do If You Are A Victim or you see Suspicious Activity
- Honor Code
- Sex Offenses Statement
- Missing Student Procedure
Annual Fire Safety Report
- Campus Safety Tips
- What You Should Do If...
- Crime Alerts
- General Information About Police, Fire, And Medical Emergencies and Emergency Telephone Numbers
- Response To Reports Of Criminal Acts and Other Emergencies Occurring On Campus
- Safety And Security Education Officers At Your Residence Hall
- Community Safety Measures
- ID Card
- Campus Facilities (Security of and Access to) Including Campus Maintenance
Baylor Police Department
- Crime Prevention And Awareness Programs
- Enforcement Authority and BUPD's Relationship With Other Law Enforcement Agencies
- Frequently Asked Questions
This information is available to all current students and employees of Baylor University, and, upon request, to any applicant for enrollment or employment. Information is provided pursuant to the disclosure requirements of the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 and the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989.
The Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act specifically requires that crimes which occur on the campus be reported to the Baylor community.