Crime Awareness and Campus Security Information
Annual Security Report
The College’s Campus Security Report is created annually in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The institution publishes the annual security report which includes information on the following:
- Campus policies on reporting criminal actions and other emergencies
- Security and access to campus facilities
- Campus law enforcement
- Crime prevention programs
- Policy on the possession, use, and sale of alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs
- Drug and alcohol abuse programs
- Crime statistics
Prospective students, students, and employees may find the latest Annual Security Report and all other campus security related information posted online at http://www.acon.edu/healthcare-training-campus-safety-and-sexual-misconduct. Students may also request a paper copy of the report be mailed to them by emailing their request to Anna Ramirez @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
A student who has been the victim of a crime on or around school premises should report the incident to a member of the Campus Leadership Team, designated campus security (if applicable), or local police departments.
Reporting crimes is on a voluntary basis, however ACON strongly encourages all students, faculty, staff and visitors to report any suspected crime promptly.
Timely Warnings and Emergency Notification System
The campus is required to make timely warnings to members of the campus community regarding the occurrence of crimes, those that are reported to campus security, and those considered by the institution to represent a threat to students and employees. The campus community includes all campus buildings and grounds and all adjacent public property. For reports of crimes considered a threat to other students or employees, victim’s names will be withheld from timely warnings.
Timely warnings to the campus community will be issued via text and e-mail using the ACON Online Portal System as well as posted on any notice boards within the campus. This system will keep the campus community informed regarding safety and security issues by immediately notifying students and staff about crimes committed in the vicinity and on campus that may pose a serious and/or immediate threat. If there is an ongoing investigation of a crime that occurred in, at, or on any of the locations listed above that would be jeopardized, cause the suspect to flee, risk the safety of an individual, or result in the destruction of evidence, the campus may delay the timely warning until any adverse effect is no longer likely to occur.