Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act Compliance
The Annual Security Report is prepared by the University Police Department in cooperation with Housing , Judicial Affairs , Student Health and Counseling Center and information provided by local police agencies. To comply with the federal law, the University Police Department collects, crime statistics from local police agencies, by providing the addresses of off campus housing, or off-campus property either owned or controlled by the university, or public property immediately adjacent to campus. All local police agencies, where CSUF property is located provide automated statistics for the property and a radius around the property requested. The full text of this report can be located on our website (Click here for printable version ) or obtained at University Police Station. All Campus security authorities have an obligation to forward to University police information on offenses reported to them for inclusion in the report. Campus security authorities include not only University police, but also employees in the Health Center , WoMen's Center , athletic coaches, resident advisors in Housing , student activity coordinators, and faculty advisors.
The University Police Department interfaces continually with local police agencies for the monitoring and recording of criminal activity including any that may have occurred at off-campus locations but are related to the CSU Fullerton community. This includes any criminal activity in which students engaged at off campus locations of student organizations officially recognized by CSUF, including student organizations with off- campus housing facilities. Information may be given to the Judicial Affairs Office for appropriate action involving students. University Police obtains and publishes annual criminal statistics from other police agencies for off-campus locations for student organizations including off-campus housing facilities.
The University Police Department works closely with Counseling and Psychological Services. We work as a team in dealing with sensitive situations, and we refer persons to the Counseling Center on a regular basis. Both police officers and counselors have received training on threat assessments and the counselors consistently encourage their clients to report crimes to University Police to prevent future crimes. Counseling sessions are considered privileged and the holder of the privilege is the client. Crime information can be forwarded anonymously at the request of the client. The counselors do not disclose information to the Police Department without consent of the client, unless there is an immediate threat to safety. Any reporting of statistics to comply with this act is done by reporting numbers and not names so the information provided by clients is confidential. The full text of this report can be located on our website. (Click here for printable version)