Chancellor University Department of Safety: Annual Campus Security Report 2010

Statistical Information reflects years 2011 through 2012

Crime Prevention

The active cooperation and participation of all members of the campus community is essential if the University is to successfully reduce crime and maintain a low crime rate. We encourage the campus community to work together to make Chancellor University as crime free as possible. The Department of Campus Safety attempts to inform members of our community on ways to reduce their chance of experiencing crimes against their person or property. There are a number of crime prevention programs and suggestions offered:
  • Crime prevention presentations
  • Crime prevention brochures, posters, etc.
  • Security escort service to parking areas
  • Awareness education and prevention programs
  • Alarm systems
  • Fire and safety prevention and education programs
  • Facility surveys
  • Crime alert notices
  • Campus safety web pages

Judicial Authority

Chancellor University aspires to transmit knowledge, to develop its students, and to promote the quality of society. In seeking these goals, the University recognizes the significance of student rights. Those rights include freedom of expression, autonomy, procedural protection and the respect for personal integrity of all members of the community and their property. By ensuring those individual rights, the University fosters an environment conducive to the students' success and well-being. In addition, efforts will be made to foster the personal and social development of students. The Code of Student Conduct fully respects students' rights.

Judicial authority rests with the Division of Student Affairs. The President has designated the Director of Student Affairs to be responsible for the administration and operation of this Code of Student Conduct.

University jurisdiction and discipline extends to conduct which occurs on University premises or which adversely affects the University community and/or the pursuit of its objectives. A student or organization will be subject to this Code of Conduct for any action found in violation of this Code which occurs on University property, at University sponsored events, or off campus if the action adversely affects the University community and/or the pursuit of University objectives. Complete details regarding judicial authority can be found in the Chancellor University Policy Manual.

Reported Crimes
Summarized crimes reported during the 2010-2011 at the Chancellor University location
Forcible Sexual Offense 0
Non-forcible Sexual Offense 0
Robbery 0
Aggravated Assault 0
Assault 0
Theft 0
Burglary 0
Liquor Law Violation 0
Motor Vehicle Theft 0
Drug Abuse Violation 0
Domestic Violence 0
Stalking 0
Hate Crimes 0
Homicide 0

Criminal statistics are reported under the Uniform Crime Report System by Law Enforcement Agencies at our various University Locations

Disciplinary Referrals
Note: Chancellor University does not have residential facilities.
On-campus Residential Facilities Non-campus building or property Public property
Disciplinary Referral Totals 0 0 0 0

Note: Chancellor University does not have residential facilities.
On-campus Residential Facilities Non-campus building or property Public property
Liquor Law Violations 0 0 0 0
Drug Violations 0 0 0 0
Weapons Violations 0 0 0 0
  • On-campus - contiguous, University owned property for student and education use.
  • Residential Facilities - a subject of on-campus includes residence halls and other student domiciles within the on-campus area.
  • Non-campus building or property - any building or property owned or controlled by a student organization that is officially recognized by the institution, such as fraternities and sororities.
  • Public property - streets, sidewalks and parking lots adjacent to campus.
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