Crime Awareness and Campus Security

Federal regulations require that all institutions receiving Title IV funds must comply with the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990. One aspect of our compliance involves the collecting and reporting of statistics on the number of specific crimes which have occurred on campus and the number of arrests on campus for liquor law violations, drug-abuse violations and weapons possessions. The specific crimes which must be reported are: murder, sex offenses, robbery, aggravated assault, motor vehicle theft, manslaughter, arson, referrals for disciplinary action due to drug related or liquor law violations or weapons possession, crimes motivated by prejudice and crimes that occur near the campus. The most recent Crime and Awareness Report is available online.

Upon written request, we will disclose to the victim of any crime of violence or of a nonforcible sex offense, the report on the results of any disciplinary proceeding conducted. If the victim dies as a result of the crime, the next of kin will be notified.

This information may be found on the Department of Education Office of Postsecondary Education website. On the resulting page, click on “OPE Campus Security Data Analysis Cutting Tool Website.” On the resulting page, click on “Get Data for One Campus,” then enter the appropriate information for “Campus State,” “Campus City,” and “Name of Institution.” This link will give you the required information.

In the event of any crime on campus, we ask that you contact the Sacramento Office at 916.488.3720. Student Services staff members are also available to answer any questions or provide you with a hard copy of the required information.