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Clery Code

Jeanne Clery Act

In accordance to 20 United States Code section 1092(F), known as the "Jeanne Clery, Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act", and the Code of Federal Regulations Paradise Valley Community College (PVCC) is required to disclose its security policies and annual crime statistics for the most recent calendar year and the two preceding calendar years to all current students and employees and to any prospective students or employees.

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Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Report

The 2012 Campus Crime Statistics Report is prepared to inform you of Paradise Valley Community College’s campus crime statistics, security policies and steps you can take to enhance your personal safety. Paradise Valley Community College and the PVCC Department of Public Safety are committed to providing the highest level of professional serviced to the college community. PVCC is committed to maintaining a safe and secure environment to learn, work and study.

Paradise Valley Community College - Department of Public Safety

The PVCC Public Safety Department is a campus division of the Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) Department of Public Safety. A Police Commander supervises the PVCC Public Safety Department and reports directly to the District Police Chief and Deputy Chief. 

The PVCC Public Safety Department is vested with the authority and responsibility to enforce all applicable local, state and federal laws, as well as MCCCD policies. PVCC police officers are duly sworn peace officers under state law A.R.S Title 13-3871, and are certified by the Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training Board (AZPOST). They are authorized to carry firearms, conduct criminal investigations and arrest violators. They have the same authority as any police officer in the State of Arizona. The PVCC Public Safety Department has the primary jurisdiction of all PVCC owned property.

The PVCC Public Safety Department also employs unarmed Public Safety Aides to assist with security around the campus. Public Safety Aides are full and part-time department employees who serve as the “eyes and ears” of the Department.

The PVCC Public Safety Department works closely with both the Phoenix and Scottsdale Police Departments. PVCC does not have written Mutual Aid Agreements or Memorandums of Understanding with those agencies.

Disclosure of Safety Policies and Annual Crime Statistics

The information contained in this document was prepared under the guidelines established by 20 United States Code, section 1092(f), known as the “Jeanne Clery, Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act,” and the Code of Federal Regulations. The information represents a general description of Paradise Valley Community College’s security/safety policies and programs, and the crime statistics for the most recent calendar year and the two preceding calendar years; however, the information is not intended to serve as a contractual agreement between the college and the recipient.

Preparing the annual Clery report
The PVCC Department of Public Safety, under direction of the department Police Commander, has the responsibility of gathering the data used to prepare the Annual Security Report. The data is obtained from reports made to the PVCC Public Safety Department, the Phoenix Police Department, the Scottsdale Police Department and College Security Authorities. Data that is obtained from the Phoenix and Scottsdale Police Departments is compared with the data gathered at the college. The resulting data is used to prepare the Annual Security Report.

As of the date of publication of this report, 7/1/13, the Phoenix Police Department has responded to our request for statistics but they are unable to provide the statistics in the format needed. You may view the Phoenix Police Department website to see crime statistics for the general area around the main PVCC campus at: www.phoenixaz.com/police.

The Clery Act requires higher education institutions to give timely warning of crimes which represent a threat to the safety of students or employees and, to make public their campus security policies. It is required that crime data is collected, reported and disseminated to the campus community and also submitted to the U.S. Department of Education. The act is intended to provide students and their families, as higher education consumers, with accurate, complete, and timely information about safety on campus so they can make informed decisions.

Reporting Crimes and Incidents
Whether you are a victim, a witness or an organization, you have the responsibility to promptly and accurately report all crimes to campus or local law enforcement in a timely fashion. If a crime occurs on the campus, report it immediately to the campus Public Safety Department. From a cell phone, the number to call is 602-787-7900. From any on campus phone, Public Safety can be contacted by calling 77900.

Crimes in progress and serious crime which have just occurred should be reported by calling 9-1-1 from any phone. Calling 9-1-1 from on or near the campus will connect you directly with the Phoenix Police Department. If you call 9-1-1 from the Black Mountain campus, you will be connected to the Scottsdale Police Department. When possible, you or another person should then immediately contact the PVCC Public Safety Department. Whenever possible, the actual victim or witness of the crime should call directly. If you have knowledge of a crime or suspected crime, you may report it by telephone, or in person. You may report a crime if someone merely gives you the information and leaves, but please include this fact when reporting.

In each classroom building there are phones available to use in the event of an emergency. These phones can also be used to contact the Public Safety Department.

The PVCC Public Safety office is staffed 24 hours a day. When a call is received; the dispatcher will assign the appropriate police officers, firefighters, paramedics, or other emergency workers to handle the call. When calling to report a crime or incident, please be ready to give information such as: a brief description of the incident, when and where it occurred, weapons the suspect(s) carried, where and when the suspect(s) was last seen, a description of the suspect(s) and any other relevant information. In addition to the importance of reporting a situation, timely information assists responders in developing a warning for the campus community.

When calling 9-1-1 from a cell phone, tell the dispatcher that you are calling from a cell phone and give your location (the PVCC campus, the Black Mountain campus, (18401 N. 32nd Street, etc.).

In 2012 we conducted the following tests:

7/20/2012            Test Fire Alarm/Voice Notification System             Location:  HS Building
8/10/2012            Test Fire Alarm System                                    Location:  KSC Building
9/28/2012            Fire Drill                                                            Location: Q Building

Security and Access to Campus Buildings and Grounds
The PVCC community is comprised of a student, faculty and staff population of approximately 10,000 individuals, with the college’s many special events and programs attracting additional guests, on a daily basis. As a public college, PVCC is accessible to the general public 24 hours a day; however the campus is considered closed from 11PM until 6AM seven days a week.

Most campus buildings and facilities are open to the public during the day and evening hours, when classes are in session and events are occurring. At other times campus buildings are generally locked and only faculty, staff and authorized individuals are admitted. Do not leave doors propped open or unlocked after hours. Remember, if your campus keys/access cards are lost or stolen, report the loss immediately to Public Safety.

 Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

Reporting a sexual assault: Any student, employee or visitor, who is the victim of a sex offense, whether forcible or non-forcible, is encouraged to report the assault to the PVCC Public Safety Department or the Phoenix Police Department. If a victim so chooses, he/she may be assisted by college authorities in reporting the assault to the proper law enforcement authorities. After making the report, the victim is not obligated to continue with legal or college disciplinary action. The assault may be reported at:

  • The PVCC Public Safety Department or by calling 602.787.7900.
  • The Phoenix Police Department 602.262.6151.
  • Dean of Students Office (Title IX Coordinator) (602) 787-6604
  • Scottsdale Police Department  (for Black Mountain Campus ) (480) 312-3701

 

Preserving evidence of a sexual assault: After a sexual assault, it is very important that the victim receive a medical examination for health and evidentiary reasons. A victim should not wash; use the toilet or change clothes before seeing trained medical personnel. If clothes are changed, those worn during the assault should be placed in a paper bag and taken along to the examination. Even if the victim is certain he/she will not prosecute, it is important to gather as much evidence as possible just in case the victim decides to pursue criminal charges at a later date.

Coping with sexual assault: Victims of a sexual assault may find it helpful to discuss their experience with a campus counselor. College counselors are available to meet with victims in an informal and private setting. The counselor can assist by changing a victims academic situation, serve as a source of referral to outside agencies, and provide information about on and off campus reporting, prosecution procedures, and the college disciplinary process. College counselors may be contacted by calling 602.787.6541.

PVCC Public Safety Department Location
The PVCC Public Safety Department is located at the North end of campus in the Kranitz Student Center Building, Room 1240.

Non-Emergency Procedures
For non-emergency assistance on campus, please call the PVCC Public Safety Department. Our office handles both emergency and non-emergency calls for service. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to report crimes directly to the PVCC Public Safety Department.

Anonymous Reporting
If you would like to report a crime but do not wish to reveal your identity, you may still contact PVCC Public Safety. Additional information is helpful to fully investigate and prosecute crime; however, all reports of suspicious or criminal activity will be responded to by PVCC Public Safety.

Educational Records
Access to student educational records is protected under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Student records may be used for on campus education purposes such as, student registration, financial aid, student discipline and other narrowly defined purposes, which are permitted by law.

Services to Help You Stay Safe and Prevent Crime
The PVCC Department of Public Safety believes that preventing crime is a shared responsibility. While you cannot control another person’s desire or ability to commit a crime, you can reduce the risk of you, or someone else becoming the victim of crime, by doing the following:

  • Always remain alert and aware of your surroundings
  • Report any unusual or suspicious activity you witness
  • Do not walk alone at night
  • Never leave valuable item unattended for any amount of time
  • Always secure valuable with a lock
  • Record the make, model and serial number of your valuables

Paradise Valley Community College and the PVCC Department of Public Safety have the following services in place to assist you in personal safety.

Emergency Call boxes
There are emergency call boxes located throughout the campus. They are easily identifiable as a tall blue pole with “Emergency” printed on it. At night, look for the blue light mounted to the top of the box. To operate the call box, simply press the call button and a public safety dispatcher will answer immediately and provide assistance. If the area remains unsafe, you may move to the next call box location and activate it until help arrives. Your location is identified with each activation

Safety Escorts
The Public Safety Department provides on-campus escort services between buildings and parking lots. Call Public Safety at 602-787-7900.   Depending on the current calls for service, someone from public safety will respond to your location and accompany you to your vehicle.

Dead Battery
Safety personnel have the ability to jump start vehicles, whose batteries are dead.

Crime Logs and Safety Alerts

A daily Crime Log, documenting reported crimes, is kept in accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act. The log may be viewed by going to the Public Safety office.

PVCC Public Safety will issue crime alerts to ensure students, faculty and staff receive timely notification of crimes which may present a threat to the campus community. The alert may also seek information which may lead to an arrest and conviction of the offender.

Crime alerts advise the community about violent crimes against persons, or a series of crimes against property in which the college or a member of the college is a victim. The alert may provide details of the crime, a description of the suspect (if known), and information on whom to contact about the investigation.

PVCC Public Safety works closely with individuals reporting serious crimes to ensure the victim’s privacy while also ensuring the community has adequate information regarding potential risks. Information for alerts may also come from other law enforcement agencies.

PVCC Public Safety will release important crime alerts electronically and may also distribute bulletins and flyers to the PVCC community. The method of distribution is dependent on the nature of the crime and the threat to the community.

Crime Prevention Programs
PVCC Public Safety conducts programs to inform students and employees of safety and security policies, procedures, and practices. Additional crime prevention presentations are available by special request.

Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures

It is the policy of the college to notify, without delay, the campus community of any confirmed significant emergency or dangerous situation involving an immediate threat to the health and safety of students and employees. The content of the notification will be determined and the notification system will be initiated unless, in the professional judgment of responsible authorities, the release of such notification would compromise efforts to assist victims or to contain, respond to, or otherwise mitigate the emergency.  During an emergency, detailed information about the incident will be provided. This may be done through email, website and emergency bulletins.
 
If it should become necessary to evacuate a building, it is important that you remain calm, leave the building immediately, and exit in an orderly manner. The evacuation should be conducted immediately upon hearing a fire alarm, or if directed verbally to do so by Public Safety, Fire Department personnel, or college faculty or staff. Prior to any emergency, determine exit routes and exit points in your area.

Emergency Drills and Exercises

At PVCC we regularly schedule drills and exercises and the appropriate follow-through activities, designed for the assessment and evaluation of emergency plans and capabilities.

In 2012 we conducted the following tests:

7/20/2012            Test Fire Alarm/Voice Notification System             Location:  HS Building
8/10/2012            Test Fire Alarm System                                    Location:  KSC Building
9/28/2012            Fire Drill                                                            Location: Q Building

Security and Access to Campus Buildings and Grounds

The PVCC community is comprised of a student, faculty and staff population of approximately 10,000 individuals, with the college’s many special events and programs attracting additional guests, on a daily basis. As a public college, PVCC is accessible to the general public 24 hours a day; however the campus is considered closed from 11PM until 6AM seven days a week.

Most campus buildings and facilities are open to the public during the day and evening hours, when classes are in session and events are occurring. At other times campus buildings are generally locked and only faculty, staff and authorized individuals are admitted. Do not leave doors propped open or unlocked after hours. Remember, if your campus keys/access cards are lost or stolen, report the loss immediately to Public Safety.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

Reporting a sexual assault: Any student, employee or visitor, who is the victim of a sex offense, whether forcible or non-forcible, is encouraged to report the assault to the PVCC Public Safety Department or the Phoenix Police Department. If a victim so chooses, he/she may be assisted by college authorities in reporting the assault to the proper law enforcement authorities. After making the report, the victim is not obligated to continue with legal or college disciplinary action. The assault may be reported at:

  • The PVCC Public Safety Department or by calling 602.787.7900.
  • The Phoenix Police Department 602.262.6151.
  • Dean of Students Office (Title IX Coordinator) (602) 787-6604
  • Scottsdale Police Department  (for Black Mountain Campus ) (480) 312-3701

 

Preserving evidence of a sexual assault: After a sexual assault, it is very important that the victim receive a medical examination for health and evidentiary reasons. A victim should not wash; use the toilet or change clothes before seeing trained medical personnel. If clothes are changed, those worn during the assault should be placed in a paper bag and taken along to the examination. Even if the victim is certain he/she will not prosecute, it is important to gather as much evidence as possible just in case the victim decides to pursue criminal charges at a later date.

Coping with sexual assault: Victims of a sexual assault may find it helpful to discuss their experience with a campus counselor. College counselors are available to meet with victims in an informal and private setting. The counselor can assist by changing a victims academic situation, serve as a source of referral to outside agencies, and provide information about on and off campus reporting, prosecution procedures, and the college disciplinary process. College counselors may be contacted by calling 602.787.6541.

Sexual Assault and Violence Support Services
PVCC Counseling Department            602.787.6541
CASA (Center Against Sexual Abuse)            602.254.6400
Empact: 24 hrs crisis intervention      480.784.1500
Center Against Family Violence            480.644.4075
Family Advocacy Center                         602.534.2120

Ways to reduce the risk of sexual assault

  • When you go to a party, go with a group of friends.
  • Arrive together, watch out for each other, and leave together.
  • Don’t leave your beverage unattended or accept a drink from an open container.
  • Don’t allow yourself to be isolated with someone you don’t know or trust.
  • Be aware of your surroundings at all times.
  • Trust your instincts.
  • Think about the level of intimacy you want in a relationship, and clearly state your limits.

Prevention programs: Public Safety Officers conduct presentations relating to crime prevention and safety policies during orientations and at other times, when requested by staff or students. Crime prevention materials are distributed to all incoming students.

College response to a sexual assault: Sexual assault is a criminal act, which subjects the perpetrator to criminal and civil penalties in state and federal courts. Besides the sanctions that can be imposed in court, Paradise Valley Community College will respond administratively if a sexual assault or other criminal offense involves a student or employee as the offender. Students and employees are subject to applicable District policies and disciplinary procedures, including policies prohibiting sexual harassment. Sanctions may include probation, suspension or expulsion for student offenders and administrative discipline or termination of employment for employees.
Victims may commence a disciplinary action by submitting a written, signed statement detailing the incident to the Dean of Students. The accuser and accused are entitled to the same opportunities to have others present during the disciplinary hearing and both shall be informed of the college’s final determination with respect to the alleged sex offense and any sanction that is imposed against the accused.
PVCC will also, upon written request, disclose to the alleged victim of a crime of violence or a non-forcible sex offense, the report on the results of any disciplinary proceedings conducted by the institution against a student who is the alleged perpetrator of such a crime or offense.
If the alleged victim is deceased as a result of such crime or offense, the next of kin of such victim shall be treated as the alleged victim for the purpose of this paragraph.

Campus Sex Crime Prevention Act (Sex offender notification law)

The Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act mandates that convicted sex offenders, who are required to register under state law, must also disclose their association with institutions of higher education when applicable. Specifically affected are those registered sex offenders who attend as students, are employed by or employed at, or volunteer at institutions of higher education. The Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) has established the Arizona Sex

Offender Information Center according to the requirements of ARS 13-3827. Arizona DPS is responsible for maintaining the site and annually verifying the addresses of all registered sex offenders. For more information go to: http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Sex_Offender/

The PVCC Public Safety Department will notify the campus community of a registered sex offender as required. The notification process could be through safety alerts on the PVCC Public Safety web page and/or a safety alert posted on campus.

Weapons Prohibited on Campus

Arizona State law ARS 13-2911 provides for the Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board to regulate deadly weapons, which includes firearms, on District campuses. The Maricopa County Community College District does not allow firearms or any deadly weapon on any of its campuses. Police officers do have exemptions from these laws. However, contact the campus Public Safety Department to ascertain that the individual has authority to carry a firearm.

Any person violating the policy shall be ordered to leave the campus. Any person, who refuses to leave, shall be subject to arrest under ARS 13-1502 Third Degree, Criminal Trespass. Any student violating this policy is also subject to applicable college disciplinary procedures.  If a person having a weapon appears dangerous, is acting suspicious or strange, is threatening, or is behaving irrationally, stay away from the individual and call 9-1-1 immediately.

Reporting Hate Crimes & Incidents

Hate crimes are not separate distinct crimes, but instead involve crimes of simple assault, criminal damage, intimidation, and theft that is committed against a person or property, which is motivated by race, religion, ethnicity, gender, disability, or sexual orientation. Scottsdale Community College takes a strong stance against hate crimes, violent acts, property damage, intimidation and threats because of a person’s perceived personal characteristics.

Hate groups and individuals have the right to exist, assemble and to express their views. However, they do not have the right to break any laws. In Arizona, any speech that threatens violence or physical harm to specific persons or groups may constitute a crime. Most verbal and written expression is constitutionally protected, so racial slurs or derogatory speech is not enough to be considered a crime.

Hate crimes will not be tolerated or dismissed as “pranks” or “bad behavior.”  Hate crimes should be reported to the PVCC Public Safety Department 602-787-7900.

MCCCD Policy on Substance Abuse

District policy:

The Maricopa Community College District supports the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989, Public Law 101-226, and complies with all federal, state, and local laws pertaining to controlled substances, including alcohol. The possession, sale or consumption of an alcoholic beverage on any premises owned and/or leased/rented by the District for approved educational purposes is prohibited.

College response to alcohol and drug violations: Besides the sanctions imposed by federal and state courts concerning controlled substance violation(s), the college will respond administratively when the offense involves a student or employee as the offender. Students and employees are subject to applicable District policies and disciplinary procedures. Sanctions may include probation, suspension or expulsion for student offenders and administrative discipline or termination of employment for employees.

Medical marijuana:
The possession or use of medical marijuana by any person is prohibited on MCCCD property. Violators are subject to arrest and/or disciplinary action.   Go to: http://www.scottsdalecc.edu/about-scottsdale/policies-procedures-guidelines/medical-marijuana-act to view the policy regarding medical marijuana.

Alcohol and drug use prevention: A variety of alcohol and other drug abuse prevention efforts occur at the college during each year, to educate students regarding the health risks associated with the use and abuse of drugs and alcohol. Intervention information and services are available both on-campus and off-campus, to help students in overcoming dependencies. Additional information about health risks, available programs, the college drug policy and legal sanctions/disciplinary action may be obtained through the Student Life office, the Counseling Department, and the Student Handbook.

Campus community members who may have an alcohol or drug problem can also receive assistance by calling:

Al-Anon at 1-800-356-9996
American Council on Alcoholism at 1-800-527-5344
National Institute on Drug Abuse Hotline at 1-800-662-4357
DRUGHELP at 1-800-378-4435
PVCC Counseling Department 602-787-6541

Student Code of Conduct

The Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board has established a Student Code of Conduct that applies to students at all MCCCD campuses. The Code of Conduct balances the rights of the student with their obligation to act in an ethical, considerate and responsible manner.

At PVCC, the Dean of Students is responsible for reviewing allegations of student misconduct, determining whether a violation has occurred and if applicable, imposing appropriate sanctions.  Reports of student misconduct may be made directly to the Dean of Students, or the Public Safety Department.

The PVCC Student Code of Conduct and Student Disciplinary Procedures can be found at: http://globaldatebooksonline.com/flipbooks/pvc2011/#/144/

PARADISE VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE’S ANNUAL CRIME STATISTICS

The following statistics were gathered in accordance with the guidelines established under the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (20 U.S.C. §1092(f)). The crimes definitions are outlined in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook (UCR), and modified by the Hate Crime Statistics Act, were utilized in compiling the numbers.

The data relate to all reported crimes occurring on any PVCC property, including the PVCC Black Mountain campus and any non-campus buildings or property owned by the college, or any public property within or adjacent to the campus.

Crime Definitions

  • Murder and Non-negligent Manslaughter: The willful (non-negligent) killing of one human being by another.
  • Negligent Manslaughter: The killing of another person through gross negligence
  • Forcible Sex Offenses: Any sexual act (forcible rape, forcible sodomy, sexual assault with an object, forcible fondling) or an attempted sexual act directed against another person, forcibly and/or against that persons will, or not forcibly or against the persons will where the victim is incapable of giving consent.
  • Non-Forcible Sex Offense: Unlawful non-forcible sexual intercourse (incest, statutory rape).
  • Robbery: The taking or attempting to take anything of value from the care, custody, or control of a person by force or threat of force or violence and/or by putting the victim in fear.
  • Aggravated Assault: An unlawful attack by one person on another for the purpose of inflicting severe or aggravated bodily injury. This type of assault usually is accompanied by the use of a weapon or by means likely to produce death or great bodily harm.
  • Burglary: The unlawful entry of a structure (excluding a vehicle) to commit a felony or a theft. Arson: Any willful or malicious burning or attempt to burn, with or without intent to defraud, a dwelling house, public building, motor vehicle or aircraft, personal property of another, etc.
  • Motor Vehicle Theft: The theft or attempted theft of a motor vehicle.
  • Weapons Law Violations: The violations of laws or ordinances dealing with weapons offenses, regulatory in nature, such as: manufacture, sale, or possession of deadly weapons; carrying deadly weapons, concealed or openly; furnishing deadly weapons to minors; alien possession of deadly weapons; and all attempts to commit any of the aforementioned.
  • Drug Abuse Violations: Violations of state and local laws relating to the unlawful possession, sale, use, growing, manufacturing, and making of narcotic drugs. The relevant substances include: opium or cocaine and their derivatives (morphine, heroin, codeine); marijuana; synthetic narcotics (Demerol, methadone); and dangerous non-narcotic drugs (barbiturates, Benzedrine).
  • Liquor Law Violations: The violation of laws or ordinances prohibiting the manufacture, sale, transporting, furnishing, possessing of intoxicating liquor; maintaining unlawful drinking places; bootlegging; operating a still; furnishing liquor to a minor or intemperate person; using a vehicle for illegal transportation of liquor, drinking on a train or public conveyance; and all attempts to commit any of the aforementioned (drunkenness and driving under the influence are not included in this definition).
  • Hate Crimes: Any of the above listed crimes or simple assault, intimidation, damage, destruction, or vandalism to property motivated by or committed because of clear prejudice based on the following: race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity or disability.

Property Location Definitions
For the purposes of reporting, crime statistics must be compiled under the following categories: on-campus property, non-campus property and public property.

Campus Property
Any building or property owned or controlled by an institution of higher education within the same reasonably contiguous geographic area of the institution and used by the institution, in direct support of, or in a manner related to, the institution’s educational purposes, including residence halls. PVCC does not have residence halls or housing facilities.

Non-Campus Property
Any building or property owned or controlled by a student organization recognized by the institution; and any building or property owned or controlled by an institution that is used in direct support of, or in relation to, the institution’s educational purposes, is used by students and is not within the same reasonably contiguous geographic area of the institution.

Public Property
All public property that is within the same reasonably contiguous geographic area of the institution; such as a sidewalk, a street, other thoroughfare or parking facility, and is adjacent to a facility owned or controlled by the institution, if the facility is used by the institution in direct support of or in a manner related to the institution’s educational purposes.

Stats for PVCC Main Campus   18401 N. 32ND ST. Phoenix, AZ

 

 Offense

 

Location

2010

2011

2012

Murder/Non-negligent Manslaughter

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Negligent Manslaughter

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Sex Offenses -Forcible

On Campus

0

1

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Sex Offenses -Non-Forcible

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Robbery

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Aggravated Assault

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Burglary

On Campus

2

2

0

Non-Campus

1

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Motor Vehicle Theft

On Campus

3

0

1

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Arson

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Larceny/Theft

On Campus

33

42

32

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Liquor Law Arrests

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Liquor Law Violation Referral

On Campus

0

0

1

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Weapons Possession Arrest

On Campus

1

0

1

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Weapons Possession Violation Referral

On Campus

1

0

2

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Drug Law Arrest

On Campus

0

1

0

Non-Campus

0

1

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Drug Law Violation Referral

On Campus

0

0

1

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Hate Crime: Intimidation - religious discrimination

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Hate Crime: Criminal Damage

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Hate Crime: Theft

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Hate Crime: Simple Assault

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Stats for Black Mountain Campus 34250 N. 60th Street, Scottsdale, AZ

Offense

Location

2010

2011

2012

Murder/Non-negligent Manslaughter

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Negligent Manslaughter

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Sex Offenses -Forcible

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Sex Offenses -Non-Forcible

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Robbery

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Aggravated Assault

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Burglary

On Campus

1

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Motor Vehicle Theft

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Arson

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Larceny/Theft

On Campus

0

0

1

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Liquor Law Arrests

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Liquor Law Violation Referral

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Weapons Possession Arrest

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Weapons Possession Violation Referral

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Drug Law Arrest

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Drug Law Violation Referral

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Hate Crime: Intimidation

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Hate Crime: Criminal Damage

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Hate Crime: Theft

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

Hate Crime: Simple Assault

On Campus

0

0

0

Non-Campus

0

0

0

Public Property

0

0

0

*In addition to collecting crime statistics for properties connected to the college, statistics were requested for crimes occurring at locations involving out of town events sponsored by the college.  An inquiry with the University of Denver’s Campus Safety Department, revealed that during a college sponsored trip in June 2012, that there was one arrest for an alcohol related violation that occurred at the event/housing location.

** Statistics reported for the Main Campus in 2010 and 2011 should have been reported as Black Mountain.  This ASR reflects that change.

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