An Emergency Notification will be issued in the event that Campus Safety receives notice of a situation that presents a significant emergency or dangerous situation within the Claremont Colleges community or in the local area affecting the health and or safety of the community. Campus Safety will, without delay, and taking into account the safety of the community, determine the content of the notification and initiate the notification system after an incident has been reported to: Campus Safety, one of the Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) identified, or a local police agency. Campus Safety maintains designated individuals throughout each 24-hour cycle who are trained in determining the need for an Emergency Notification. These designated officials are: Assistant Vice President of Campus Safety; the on-duty Captain, or Watch Commanders. Once the Emergency Notification has been issued, Campus Safety, in collaboration with the Dean on-call from the affected community (if applicable) take the initial lead in implementing the appropriate response plan, assessing the severity of the crisis, reviewing all available information, delegating responsibility where appropriate, and ensuring that the information needs of various constituencies are met.
In the event of a substantiated serious security or safety concern, either on campus property or in the near vicinity of the campus, numerous and diligent efforts are made to advise members of the campus community. Campus Safety takes its duty seriously to inform students and campus community members of threatening situations and how they can best protect themselves from harm. Information related to crime-related and other potentially threatening situations is provided in an accurate and timely fashion for use by students and other campus community members to reduce their chances of becoming victims. These notices will be issued as a means of a “Clery Timely Warning Notice” via text or email.
A Timely Warning Notice will be issued in the event Campus Safety receives notice of an alleged Clery Act reportable crime (identified below) occurring on campus, on public property within or immediately adjacent to one of the campuses of TCC, or in or on non-campus buildings or property controlled by any of TCCs, where Campus Safety or the Colleges determine, in its judgment, that the allegations present a serious or continuing threat to the TCC community.
Campus Security Authority (CSA) Incident Form
Clery Act reportable crimes:
- Criminal homicide
- Sex offenses
- Aggravated assault
- Motor vehicle theft
- Domestic violence
- Dating violence
- Hate crimes as defined by the Clery Act
2020 Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports (Clery Reports)
Clery Daily Crime Logs
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