Our Lady of Holy Cross College
Security Information Report
2011-2012 Academic Year
The safety and security of all members of the campus community are of primary concern at Our Lady of Holy Cross College. The security management team at the College consists of representatives from the security guard service, Offices of Student Affairs and Finance & Operations. The primary objective of this team is to provide a safe and healthy environment that enhances the campus learning experience and compliments the College's educational mission. Together, this team is responsible for security, safety, and emergency response at the College. They are also responsible for providing support services tailored to meet the needs of the College community. Some of these services include:
Crimes and emergencies should be reported to the security guard or to the Office of Student Affairs at the time of the occurrence. The Office maintains a close working relationship with all appropriate law enforcement agencies and elements of the criminal justice system. Reports in the form of an Incident Report will be filed at the time of the occurrence. Our follow-up activities strive to identify and prosecute criminals, recover stolen property, and encourage restitution, when possible. A crime, which occurs off-campus, should be reported to the police department having legal jurisdiction of that area.
Our Lady of Holy Cross College is in full compliance with the Federal Law and the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988. The following acts or practices are prohibited and disciplinary action will be taken for infringement of any of these rules in or on college property.
Students who believe they have an alcohol or drug related problem should be encouraged to voluntarily contact the Rev. Thomas E. Chambers Counseling Center for information and counseling.
A complete description of the alcohol and substance abuse policy is available in the Student Handbook and in the Employee Handbook.
Policies regarding security access to facilities, and campus security can be found in the Student Handbook.
Information regarding drug and alcohol education, sexual assault and rape education and crime prevention can be obtained through the Rev. Thomas E. Chambers Counseling Center.
Any student reporting an on campus sexual assault or rape is asked to follow the reporting procedures outlined in the Student Handbook. The student will be informed of his/her rights, responsibilities and options available.
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This report is mandated by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) which requires all institutions of higher education that participate in the federal student financial aid program to disclose information about crime on campuses on an annual basis.