Campus Safety Reports
U.S. Jeanne Clery Act Information
Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
The “Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act,” or more simply the “Clery Act,” applies to every institution of higher education that receives federal financial aid. The Clery Act requires institutions of higher education to distribute annually a description of campus security and fire safety policies and statistics concerning specific types of crimes and fire incidents. This information, compiled into the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, is to be released to all current students, employees and prospective students and employees. The Department of Campus Security, the Student Life Office and the university’s legal department prepares the report in cooperation with law enforcement agencies surrounding the main campus, and Lincoln campus and with employees identified as Campus Security Authorities. The university gathers crime statistics from law enforcement agencies and campus departments and reconciles that information with its own statistics to ensure that the report is accurate and complete. The report is reviewed every year to keep it current on issues, programs, and policies within Concordia’s dynamic campus. Printed versions are available in the Campus Security Office, the Office of Human Resources, and the Student Life Office upon request. The Student Life Office submits crime and fire incident statistics to the Department of Education annually.
Information relating to the official Annual Security and Fire Safety Report and CLERY crime statistics can be obtained via the links below. Statistics can also be obtained from the U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) website link below.