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Frequently Asked Questions

Jeanne Clery Annual Statistics Report

The District Police Department prepares this report to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act. The full text of this report is located below or by selecting the icon on the right hand side (The Jeanne Clery Crime Statistics Act Report). This report is a collaborative and comprehensive effort that includes the cooperation of law enforcement agencies surrounding SRJC campuses, centers, off-site facilities, and properties, the Student Services Division, Office of the Vice President of Student Services. Each entity provides crime statistics and/or information on their educational efforts and programs to comply with the Act.

Jeanne Clery Annual Security Report - 2010
Jeanne Clery Annual Security Report - 2011
Jeanne Clery Annual Security Report - 2012

Clery Crime Log

Ths District Police Department maintains a daily log of all alleged criminal incidents for the most recent 60-day period. The log is open for public inspection during normal buiness hours of 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m., Monday- Friday. Log entries older than 60 days can be obatined by request with-in 2 business days or it can be viewed by clicking on the link below.

Clery Crime Log

Press Log

Ths District Police Department maintains a Press log of all emergency and non-emergencies calls for service. To view the Press Log you can click on the link below.

Press Log

"Timely Warning" Crime Alert Bulletins

The District Police Department believes that a well-informed community is an integral component in maintaining the safest campuses and facilities possible. It is the policy of District to have the Police Chief, and/or designee, confer as necessary and applicable with administrators, legal counsel, and surrounding law enforcement agencies, after a violent crime occurs or a crime that is deemed by the Chief of Police and/or designee to represent a continuing threat to students, staff, faculty, or visitors and disseminate “timely warning” crime alert information within 24 to 48 hours, as well as post and disseminate hard copies of crime bulletins, alerting the campus community. Bulletins also include prevention information to assist members of our educational community from becoming a victim of a similar crime. Bulletins shall include, but are not limited to, those crimes that are listed in the Clery Act.

Crime Alerts

Crime Definition

The following crime definitions are used in accordance with the Federal Bureau of Investion's Uniform Crime Reporting Program.The sex offense definitions are excerpted from the National Incidentt-Base Reporting System Edition of the Uniform Crime Reporting Program.

Crime Definitions

Crime Statistics

The following statistics are being provided as part of the Sonoma County Junior College District’s commitment to safety and security on campus and to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

The statistics are reported crimes that have occurred on-campus, in non-campus areas, and in public areas adjacent to campus. These statistics also include data received from other law enforcement agencies in response to annual requests. It should be noted that Sonoma County Junior College District no longer maintains any residential dormitories or student housing as the Kent Hall residential dormitories were demolished in June of 2003.

Crime statistics reported as occurring “on-campus” include incidents reported to the District Police Department as well as incidents reported to other campus officials, including but not limited to directors, deans, student affairs, the Vice President of Student Services, advisors to students, student organizers, and athletic coaches.

Reports received from campus officials may have been submitted anonymously and may result in criminal statistics higher than those reported to the FBI by District Police pursuant to their reporting guidelines. The listed “crime definitions” will help you understand these statistics.

Hard copies of this information are available upon request from the District Police Department. If you have any questions, please contact the District Police Records Unit at 527-4963.

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