Antioch University Santa Barbara, September 24, 2012
The Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 (Title II of Public Law 101-542) requires that institutions of higher education collect information about crimes on campus and distribute this information to all current students and employees and to any applicants for enrollment or employment upon request beginning September 2, 1992. This material is written and distributed to comply with this legislative mandate.
Antioch University Santa Barbara is in an urban environment. Systematic security records for the campus began to be kept as of July 1, 1991, and during the 2000-2001 year, for serious crimes that must be reported under Public Law 101-542 (murder, sex offenses, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, and motor vehicle theft).
Below is the summary for crime statistics for the Santa Barbara campus:
|Sex offenses – forcible||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sex offenses – Non-forcible (includes only incest & statutory rape||0||0||0||0||0|
|Motor vehicle theft||0||0||0||0||0|
|Any other crime involving bodily injury||0||0||0||0||0|
The remainder of this memorandum provides specific information as required by Public Law 101-542 so that our record of safety can be continued during this coming year. You are asked to read this information carefully so that you are prepared to function effectively in the urban environment in which we live. Antioch University encourages strongly all students and employees to report accurately and promptly any suspected crime to security personnel and appropriate law enforcement agencies.
Procedures for reporting criminal action: The President has the overall responsibility for security issues for the campus. During the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays, all incidents of criminal action should be reported immediately to Nanci Braunschweiger x5169. Incidents of criminal action that occur after 5:00 p.m. on weekdays and on Saturday, should be reported to the administrator and/or Security Guard who is on duty. The administrator on duty will take whatever action may be necessary at the time and will report all incidents to the President for follow-up action as required. It is the policy of the University to respond quickly to criminal actions, which pose a threat to the safety of the students and employees as well as to University property.
Access to campus facilities: Antioch University – Santa Barbara facilities in Santa Barbara are open during the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Hours of operation do change for special events and for quarter break. Quarterly course catalogs or University officials should be consulted for scheduled changes in hours of operation. Although the campus shares facilities with other occupants, students and employees are encouraged to report to the administrator in charge any one in University occupied space who appears to pose a threat to University students, employees, or property.
Campus Law Enforcement Policies: Campus officials are not law enforcement officers and are instructed to contact promptly local police for the enforcement of the law. If you observe an incident of criminal action, please report this to the appropriate campus official as described above. In cases of emergency involving immediate threat to persons or property, you should dial 9/911 immediately on any University telephone and notify the appropriate University official as soon as is reasonably possible.
Type and frequency of programs designated to inform students and employees about security procedures and practices. At the beginning of each fall quarter, all students and employees receive information regarding security issues on campus, and all new students and employees are provided with this information when they become a part of the University community.
Programs designed to inform students and faculty about the prevention of crime: No additional programs are anticipated beyond what has been sited above.
Statistics concerning the occurrence of crime on campus during the most recent school year: During the 2010 – 2011 year (through September 2011), no incidents occurred at the campus that are required to be reported under Public Law 101-542.
Statement of policy concerning the monitoring and reporting of criminal activities at off-campus student organizations: Antioch University does not have off-campus student organizations.
Statistics of the number of arrests for liquor law violations, drug abuse violations, and weapons violations: There have been no arrests for any of the violations sited above.
Number of Arrests by Policy per Year
|Liquor law violation||0||0||0||0||0|
|Drug abuse violations||0||0||0||0||0|
Statement of policy regarding the possession, use and sale of alcoholic beverages and enforcement of state underage drinking laws and statement of policy regarding the possession, use , and sale of illegal drugs and enforcement of federal and state drug laws and a description of drug education program: Antioch University serves adult students (average age 38) and as such does not have under age students. We do however, enforce under age drinking laws at social functions where alcoholic beverages are provided. Such beverages are served at special functions on the campus. All federal and state alcohol and drug laws are enforced on our campus and each year, information regarding or drug free workplace policy and relevant federal and state penalties for violations are distributed to all students and employees.
About Campus Security Reporting
Each year, Antioch University publishes a campus security report for each of its five campuses (Antioch University Los Angeles, Antioch University Midwest, Antioch University New England, Antioch University Santa Barbara, and Antioch University Seattle) in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, or the Clery Act.
This federal law requires institutions to publish an annual report that includes crime statistics for the prior three years, policy statements regarding campus safety and security measures, crime prevention program descriptions, and procedures to be followed in the investigation and prosecution of alleged sex offenses. The Clery Act also requires colleges and universities to keep an up-to-date crime log, to issue warnings in the event of a crime that may threaten the safety of students or employees, and to keep accurate crime statistics.
Every fall, Antioch submits data to the US Department of Education for the previous calendar year. The most recent report shows crime statistics for the 2011 calendar year. Learn more about the Clery Act.
The United States Department of Education’s Office of Postsecondary Education provides a rapid customized report for public inquires relating to all campus crime data, called the Campus Safety and Security Data Analysis Cutting Tool. All Antioch University campus crime data can be found on the Campus Safety and Security Data Analysis Cutting Tool website.
In addition, you may view the 2012 Clery Reports for the five Antioch University campuses.