Clery Act Reporting
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act is a federal statute requiring colleges and universities participating in federal financial aid programs to maintain and disclose campus crime statistics and security information.
The Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report is produced each year in October. This document contains crime statistics three years of crime statistics for reported crimes which occurred on within a specific geographic area, known as campus "Clery Geography." The report also includes a broad range of institutional policies concerning campus and fire safety. Read the latest St. Thomas Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety Report.
The safety and security of the St. Thomas campus is a collective responsibility and faculty, staff, and students must work together to ensure St. Thomas is a safe and supportive environment for all members of our community. Some community members are designated as Campus Security Authorities.
St. Thomas also publishes a daily log of crimes reported on its campuses. Read the St. Thomas daily crime log as well as published Alerts, Advisories, & Bulletins.
We have established an Emergency Notification System that contacts all members of the campus community via email, phone, and website notifications. This system is used to alert the campus to an immediate and/or significant danger to the health or safety of members of the campus community. Learn more about the St. Thomas Emergency Notification System.
St. Thomas has a number of initiatives meant to prevent or deter crime, including a number of resources for victims of a crime. Learn more about Crime Prevention at St. Thomas.
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