Under the Clery Act certain crimes reported to campus authorities (campus police/security, officials with significant responsibility for campus and student activities such as RAs and Deans, anyone crimes are directed to be reported to) and local police as occurring on-campus (which includes a subset for on-campus student housing facilities), on public property within and immediately adjacent to campus, and non-campus properties such as houses operated by officially recognized student organizations must be disclosed for the prior three calendar years. Crimes reported in the context of a privileged communication, such as with a licensed mental health counselor are exempt.
Clery Act Crime Categories
- Murder and Nonnegligent Manslaughter
- Negligent Manslaughter
- Sex Offenses**
- Statutory Rape
- Aggravated Assault
- Motor Vehicle Theft
“Arrests and Disciplinary Referrals”
- Liquor Law Violations
- Drug Law Violations
- Illegal Weapons Possession
“Hate Crimes” (In Addition To “Primary Crimes”)
- Simple Assault
- Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property
- Dating Violence
- Domestic Violence
* Primary Crimes reports should also note if offenses are also “Hate Crimes” or “VAWA Crimes”.
**Reports must be classified by each sub-category.
***VAWA Crimes are separate from other reporting, and may include incidents already classified as a “Primary Crime” and or a “Hate Crime”.