Annual Crime and Safety Report
Part 1 Annual Crime Report
- Reporting a Crime
- Security and Safety On Campus
- Daily Crime and Fire Incident Report
- Disciplinary Process (Conduct Violations)
- Title IX/Sexual Misconduct Policy & Procedures
- Drug and Alcohol Policies
- Campus Facilities
- Emergency Preparation, Response and Evacuation Procedures
- Missing Person Policy
- Crime Statistics
Part 2 Fire Safety Report
- Fire Reporting
- Fire Protection
- Fire Evacuation Drills
- Fire Safety Policies
- Fire Safety Education and Training
- Additional Fire & Life Safety Measures
- Evacuation Procedures
- Fire Safety Systems for On-Campus Housing
- Fire Statistics
- Fire Alarms, False Alarms and Unwanted Alarms
The Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, also known as the Clery Act, mandates that certain data be published on an annual basis by each institution of higher education in the United States. This data is to include statistics pertaining to specific crimes that are reported to have occurred at the institution and the security measures that are in place to reduce the risk of criminal victimization for members of the campus community. The annual report will provide crime statistic information for the past three calendar years.
The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA); Section 485(i) otherwise known as the “Campus Fire Safety Right to Know Act” also requires the inclusion of an annual fire safety report which is incorporated into this document.
Students, faculty and staff participating in off-campus programs (Chicago Semester, Daystar and Semester-In-Spain) are directed to see their program coordinator in order to familiarize themselves with any emergency or evacuation procedures in place at the location where the program is held since the procedures in place at those locations may change without notice. Students can always contact their program coordinator, the Dean of Students, Trinity Christian College’s Department of Campus Safety and Security or the local police to report a crime, report misconduct, seek information or obtain assistance.
In compliance with these requirements, Trinity Christian College presents the following information to all students, employees, and applicants to the college. The college will also make available the annual security report to prospective employees and students via the website.
(For full report, please download the PDF).