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The Annual Disclosure of Crime Statistics Policy

The Los Rios Community College District (LRCCD) publishes an annual Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Report (Annual Clery Report) which includes important information about safety and security policies implemented to protect the welfare of the LRCCD community and include specific crime statistics for the main campuses, outreach centers, and other locations. You may request a copy of the report as described below.

We believe that our policies and programs for preventing and reducing crime, and our emergency notices, timely warnings and disclosure of crimes reported, promote a safer, more informed community.

This report is for all LRCCD campuses and outreach centers which includes the following:

  • American River College
    • Ethan Way Center
    • Natomas Center
    • Sacramento Regional Public Safety Training Center
  • Cosumnes River College
  • Folsom Lake College
    • El Dorado Center
    • Rancho Cordova Center
  • Sacramento City College
    • Davis Center
    • West Sacramento Center

The Los Rios Police Department (LRPD) is responsible for the gathering and disclosure of crime statistics. The annual security report for the (LRCCD) includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain off campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the (LRCCD) and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campuses.

In accordance with mandated reporting requirements, information concerning the monitoring and recording of any criminal activity in which students engaged, at off campus locations and/or within student organizations that are officially recognized by the (LRCCD), are gathered from local police agencies. These agencies include any city, county, state, or federal agencies that may have relevant information. These agencies are sent a letter yearly encouraging the reporting of these crimes or incidents. The letter is sent out at the beginning of each calendar year. The statistics provided are published in the disclosure.

The LRPD is aware that crimes may go unreported to law enforcement and encourages employees of the LRCCD who have significant responsibility for students and student activities to report to the LRPD any crimes that they may have become aware of in their daily contact with students. As a reminder, annually a letter is sent out encouraging the collection and reporting of crimes or incidents. Certain deans, directors or other administrators, faculty advisors, student academic advisors, student activities advisors and coordinators are all included in the yearly notification. These individuals are designated as Campus Security Authorities (CSA’s). Faculty (except for Advisors), physicians, counselors and clerical Staff are examples of employees who are not required to report as CSA’s under the Clery Act (For specific campus titles, see Campus Security Authority heading).

The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault and other matters. Each year by October 1st, an email notification is made to all enrolled students, faculty, and staff. Hard copies of the report are available at all LRPD Offices. For specific locations and contact information, please view our campus locations.

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Reporting of Criminal Offenses Policy

Emergencies and/or calls that require an officer to respond (24 Hours, 7 days a week): Dial (916) 558-2221 (2221 from campus phones) and then press zero or 9-911 (campus phones). You may also use the blue emergency phones on campus.

Procedures for Reporting a Crime or Emergency on Campus or at Outreach Centers

Students, faculty, staff, and guests are encouraged to immediately and accurately report all crimes, emergencies, suspicious activity and any other public safety related incidents to the LRPD Emergency calls to (916) 558-2221 go to the Los Rios Police Communications Center (LRPCC) which is staffed with trained dispatchers 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You may also dial for community based emergency assistance from a standard on campus phone by dialing 9-911. When calling (916) 558-2221, you will hear the following prompt:

You have reached the Los Rios Police Department. All calls to emergency lines are recorded. If you have an emergency or you need an officer dispatched to your location for assistance, press zero now.

If you press zero, your call will be immediately routed to the LRPCC and a dispatcher will assist you. You do not need to listen to the entire prompt. If you have an emergency, press zero immediately.

There are also many blue light emergency telephones located throughout the campuses which ring directly into the LRPDCC. These autodialing phones may be used to summon police, fire or medical assistance. See campus maps for specific locations.

What is considered an emergency?

  • Medical need
  • Fire
  • Crime in progress
  • Traffic accident
  • Disruptive person/group
  • Or any other reason that would require an emergency response

Why would I need an officer dispatched to my location if it is not an emergency?

  • To take a police report for a crime that has already occurred
  • To request a safety escort
  • To request a funds escort
  • To request jump start or unlock service
  • Or for any other reason that would require an officer to respond to a specific location.

Procedures for Reporting Crimes or Emergencies Off Campus

The LRCCD does not have off campus student housing or student organization facilities. The off campus emergency telephone number is "911". Use this number for community based fire, police and medical services. Refer to local telephone directories for further information.

Procedures for Requesting Non-Emergency Assistance On Campus or at Outreach Centers

Contact the LRPD at (916) 558-2221 or ext. 2221. Listen to the prompt. If you do not press zero for emergency assistance, the prompt will continue and you will hear:

If you need non-emergency assistance, please listen to the following options:

  • For facilities or access issues during non-business hours (8AM-5PM, M-F), press zero (0)
  • For parking permit or citation information, lost and found inquiries or other general information, for American River College and its centers press (1)
  • For Cosumnes River College press (2)
  • For Folsom Lake College and its centers press (3)
  • For Sacramento City College and its centers press (4)

If you press 1, 2, 3, or 4, your call will go to a clerk or dispatcher at the corresponding campus and he or she will assist you. With the exception of facilities and access issues, non-emergency calls will only be answered during business hours (8AM-5PM M-F).

Blue emergency phones may also be used to request non-emergency assistance like requesting safety escort, unlock, or jump start services. These phones ring straight through to the LRPDCC.Blue emergency phones are located throughout the campuses. See campus maps for specific locations.

What are facilities or access issues?

  • Heating and air conditioning problems in a classroom/office
  • Plumbing or electrical problems
  • Lighting problems
  • Faulty fire/intrusion alarms
  • Safety hazards
  • Classrooms/facilities that need to be locked/unlocked
  • If you are a District employee who will be using a facility after normal campus/center/FM/District operating hours
  • Or any other problem related to facilities and access that would require a technician or maintenance person to respond

Confidential Reporting of Crimes

The LRPD encourages anyone who is the victim or witness to any crime to promptly report the incident to the police. Because police reports are public records under state law, the LRPD cannot hold reports of crime in confidence. Confidential reports for purposes of inclusion in the annual disclosure of crime statistics can generally be made to other campus security authorities as identified below.

Confidential reports for the purposes of inclusion in the annual disclosure of crime statistics can be made to other campus security authorities (see specific information below). The purpose of confidential reporting is to comply with the reporter’s request for confidentiality, and yet allow the LRPD to maintain accurate records to ensure the safety of the community. Reports filed in this manner are counted and disclosed in the annual crime statistics for the institution.

Disclosure of Student Discipline

The LRCCD will, upon written request, disclose to the alleged victim of a crime of violence, or a non-forcible sex offense, the results of any disciplinary hearing conducted by the college against the student who is the alleged perpetrator of the crime or offense. If the alleged victim is deceased as a result of the crime or offense, the LRCCD will provide the results of the disciplinary hearing to the victim’s next of kin, if so requested.

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Sexual Offenses and Offenders

This policy is formalized in District Policies and Regulations

Reporting Sexual Assault

If you become the victim of a sexual assault:

  • Get to a safe place.
  • Notify the police agency having jurisdiction of the location where the crime or attempted crime occurred.
  • Seek medical attention whether or not you intend to notify the police, even if you have not been seriously physically injured. A medical examination is important to check for sexually transmitted diseases, other infections, injuries, and pregnancy.
  • Help preserve evidence. Physical evidence is paramount in helping to prosecute assailants. Evidence generally must be collected within 72 hours of the assault and only by a certified medical facility upon the request of a law enforcement agency. To preserve evidence after an attack, you should not change your clothes, bathe, shower or take any other personal hygiene action before contacting police. If it becomes absolutely necessary that you change your clothes, each item should be packaged separately in a paper bag. If oral contact took place, do not brush your teeth, use mouthwash or smoke. Do not straighten up the crime scene.

The LRPD is committed to ensuring that students, employees, and other persons who have been sexually assaulted are provided treatment, medical and counseling assistance and information, and that they are treated with sensitivity, dignity and confidentiality. Every effort is made to ensure that our campus environment promotes and assists in prompt reporting of sexual assaults and provides compassionate support services for victims. Prompt reporting of sexual assaults is encouraged. Sexual assault includes, but is not necessarily limited to, acts or attempted acts of rape, forced sodomy, forced oral copulation, rape by foreign object, sexual battery and acquaintance/date rape. Sexual assaults may be reported to any agency which provides a variety of support options and resources:

  • LRPD Ext. 221 or (916) 558-2221
  • Other Police Departments dial 911
  • LRCCD Counseling Offices
    • American River College at (916) 484-8572
    • Cosumnes River College at (916) 691-7316
    • Folsom Lake College at (916) 608-6510
    • Sacramento City College at (916) 558-2204
  • Rape Crisis Line (Sexual Assault) (916) 920-2952

If requested, LRCCD employees will assist a victim in making a report. Reports may be made anonymously. A victim may request academic counseling to change their course schedule after a sexual attack, if the changes are reasonably available. Contact a college counselor for academic changes.

Criminal and Civil Prosecution

Notification of the police agency having jurisdiction over the location where the crime or attempted crime occurred begins the criminal prosecution. The LRPD can facilitate contact with other agencies or provide information as to how to contact them. Trained police officers will facilitate medical and counseling services, referrals, and evidence and information collection. You will be interviewed at a location of your choice and will be allowed or offered an advocate(s) to accompany you during all aspects of the investigation. The protection of the victim’s name and any identifying information will be of the highest priority. Your written consent is required under California law before this information can be disclosed. Your decision to seek prosecute does not necessarily have to be made during initial contact with officers. Officers have legal authority to arrest as appropriate and to forward the case to the District Attorney’s Office for criminal prosecution.

Victims can consult an attorney about initiating a suit in civil court against the assailant(s) regardless of the decision to seek criminal prosecution.

District Disciplinary Procedure

If the assailant is a student, besides criminal and civil action, campus administrative action may be initiated. A student charged with sexual assault may be sanctioned by the LRCCD. Sanctions may include, but are not limited to: probation, counseling, suspension or expulsion. If the assailant is a faculty or staff member, besides criminal and civil action, they may be subject to disciplinary action under applicable personnel policies or collective bargaining agreements. Report suspected employee misconduct to the LRPD. The LRCCD is committed to providing judicial and disciplinary proceedings that are supportive, sensitive, expedient, and respectful to each individual’s rights. Both the accuser and the accused are entitled to the same opportunities to have others present during a disciplinary proceeding, and both must be informed of the outcome of any institutional disciplinary proceeding brought alleging a sex offense.

Megan's Law

Persons convicted of certain sexual offenses are required by law to register with the law enforcement agency where they live. If the person is attending or employed by the LRCCD, they are required to register with the LRPD also. Please visit the Office of the Attorney General’s website at http://www.meganslaw.ca.gov to search for registered sex offenders in your area.

Procedures for Sex Offenders on Campus

Sex offenders MUST register at the LRPD at the time of enrollment AND/OR employment. This must be done by appointment. Sex offenders MUST notify the LRPD upon their decision to not attend AND/OR not to work for the LRCCD. Students and/or Employees required to register MUST contact the College Police Office of EACH campus they will attend classes at.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Counseling Programs

Crime prevention pamphlets are available in the LRPD lobby. The LRPD has officers available for orientation programs to inform prospective students and their parents of available police services and programs. Similar presentations are available for new employees and international students as well. Sexual Assault Workshops are presented for the students and staff each semester. Safety talks are provided upon request, for any office, organization or classroom as needed on campus.

For on-campus counseling for sexual assault contact the campus counseling office:

  • American River College (916) 484-8572
  • Cosumnes River College (916) 691-7316
  • Folsom Lake College (916) 608-6510
  • Sacramento City College (916) 558-2204

For off-campus counseling for sexual assault contact, the Rape Crisis Line (Sexual Assault) (916) 920-2952.

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Health and Safety Policy

Alcohol Policy

The LRCCD complies with the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1990 and the Higher Education Act Section 120a. Excessive use of alcohol and other drugs is a serious health problem in itself, but alcohol and drug abuse can also contribute to a host of other physical and mental health problems such as unwanted pregnancy, violent behavior, HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases and psychological depression. Students found in violation of the district’s alcohol, drug and weapons policies may be subject to academic probation suspension or expulsion. Parents or guardians may be notified about any disciplinary violation involving alcohol or a controlled substance which has been committed by a student who is under the age of 21.

The possession, consumption or transportation of alcoholic beverages on LRCCD campuses or in district owned facilities is generally prohibited as a matter of institutional policy. LRCCD and the LRPD are very concerned about the abuse and over consumption of alcoholic beverages by students. It is the belief of the LRPD that education as well as strict enforcement of local, state, and federal laws will help to control the abuse of alcohol on campus. Education regarding the dangers of alcohol abuse will provide students the opportunity to make informed choices regarding its use, while strict enforcement will help to ensure the safety and security of the campus community. It is important to note that the LRPD will investigate and prosecute, to the fullest extent of the law, any violation of local, state, or federal laws pertaining to the use, possession, or sale of alcohol. Successful prosecution can lead to fines, incarceration in county jail, or incarceration in state prison, depending on the violation that was committed.

The use of alcoholic beverages must be in compliance with state law and is strictly limited to those persons 21 years of age or older. The possession, transportation, and/or consumption of alcohol by individuals less than 21 years of age is strictly prohibited and enforced. Alcoholic beverages may not be transported or consumed on district property. This is formalized in District Policies and Regulations.

Controlled Substances Policy

The LRCCD complies with the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1990 and the Higher Education Act Section 120a. The LRPD strictly enforces state and federal laws, as well as the District’s zero tolerance policy, for the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession or use of illegal drugs on district property or at any district sponsored event off campus. Violators are subject to criminal prosecution and/or disciplinary action. This is formalized in District Policies and Regulations.

Biennial Review

The LRCCD will conduct biennial reviews of alcohol violations, controlled substances violations, and related fatalities as required by section 485(f)(6) of the Higher education Opportunity Act. This will include the number of violations and related fatalities reported to campus officials that occurred on the LRCCD property or at LRCCD activities as well as the number and type of sanctions imposed by the LRCCD.

Alcohol and Controlled Substances Abuse Assistance and Education Programs

Visit the campus health and/or counseling office for referral to alcohol abuse prevention programs. The health and/or counseling office provides culturally sensitive information about alcohol and other drugs to our diverse campus community. For information, confidential assistance and referral for alcohol or substance abuse issues, contact the following:

On Campus Counseling Centers:

  • American River College (916) 484-8572
  • Cosumnes River College (916) 691-7316
  • Folsom Lake College (916) 608-6510
  • Sacramento City College (916) 558-2204

On Campus Health Offices:

  • American River College (916) 484-8383
  • Cosumnes River College (916) 691-7254
  • Folsom Lake College (916) 608-6782
  • Sacramento City College (916) 558-2367

Community Services:

  • Alcoholics Anonymous (212) 870-3400
  • Narcotics Anonymous (818) 773-9999

Weapons Possession

State law prohibits the possession of weapons, all firearms, fireworks, explosives or any dangerous weapons on campus. Refer to Penal Code sections 12020, 626.9 and 626.10. Violators are subject to criminal prosecution and/or district discipline. The LRCCD supports the federal guideline (37.007.1Ed.Code) that prohibits handguns on campus. The possession of a firearm on district property is prohibited and strictly enforced. The only exception is for persons legally authorized to possess firearms on district property. Persons in violation of this regulation will be subject to criminal and/or disciplinary action. This is formalized in District Policies and Regulations. If you observe a firearm or other weapon on campus, contact the campus police immediately at (916) 558-2221 or Ext. 2221, press zero, or dial 9-911.

Workplace Violence

The District is committed to creating and maintaining a working, learning and social environment for all employees that is free from violence. The District has zero tolerance for violence against any member of the workforce, other persons in the workplace, or property. This is formalized in Policies and Regulations.

Sexual Harrassment

Sexual Harassment is prohibited on campus and is defined as unwelcome sexual conduct; sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and repeated derogatory sexual remarks. Violations by employees are subject to disciplinary action ranging from oral warnings to dismissal from employment. To make an inquiry or complaint against a district employee or student, contact the campus Equity Officer. This policy is formalized in District Policies and Regulations.

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Emergency Response and Evacuation

Emergency Response

The LRCCD has a comprehensive emergency management program that includes a formal emergency operations plan for preparing for, responding to and recovering from emergencies. The LRCCD uses an emergency operations center staffed with trained personnel to coordinate responses to major emergencies. The LRCCD conducts training and practical emergency exercises on a regular basis (at least once per calendar year). The LRCCD is part of a regional emergency management system and is in compliance with state and federal standards for managing emergencies. For additional information, visit the LRCCD Disaster Preparedness Website.

Emergency Notification

The LRCCD has implemented an emergency mass notification system called Los Rios ALERT. The system can send simultaneous messages to the affected community by e-mail, telephone, cell phone or text messaging. The system can be used to notify employees and students under the following conditions:

Urgent Situations

Events, expected or unexpected, that threaten life or safety and require immediate action. Some examples are:

  • Natural disasters that place the campus in immediate danger.
  • Chemical spills or accidents that require evacuation of a campus.
  • Hostage or violent situations requiring evacuation, lockdown, or campus closure.
  • Natural disasters that do not pose an immediate danger but pose a potential future danger to the campus.
  • Local emergencies or events that could eventually lead to evacuation, lockdown, closure, or major disruption on or off campus or other District locations that could affect normal operations.

Important Communications

  • Local emergencies or events that do not directly affect normal operations but will likely be visible to the community and external audiences (i.e. media).
  • Local emergencies or events that have concluded.

Confirmation of a significant emergency or dangerous situation involving an immediate threat to health and safety on campus may come from many sources, but includes LRPD, local law enforcement, local fire agencies, local utilities districts, and news outlets. Which campus(es) or part(s) thereof that will be notified will primarily depend on the nature and scope of the emergency or dangerous situation. The content of the message will be formatted to include all pertinent warnings and/or instructions necessary as related to scope of the emergency or dangerous situation. Once the significant emergency or dangerous situation has been confirmed, the scope has been identified, and the message created, the Los Rios ALERT system may be activated and the affected students and employees will be sent the message.

LRCCD will, without delay, and taking into account the safety of the community, determine the content of the notification and initiate the Los Rios ALERT system, unless issuing a notification will, in the professional judgment of responsible authorities, compromise efforts to assist a victim or contain, respond to, or otherwise mitigate the emergency. When necessary, information about the significant emergency or dangerous situation may be released to the larger community at the discretion of the responsible authorities. Responsible authorities include the President, Vice President of Administration, and the Public Information Officer at each campus, as well as designated officials at District Office, and Facility Management.

When the students register for classes, they will receive a pop up page asking for emergency contact information. This information may be updated by logging into e-services and following the link “Los Rios ALERT Sign-Up Page.” Employees may register and update information by logging into the Employee Self-Service (ESS) system. Once logged in, look for the “Los Rios ALERT Sign-Up Page” on the menu.

Evacuation

The LRCCD has instituted the Action Coordinators for Emergency Survival (ACES) program. Key staff and other volunteers are identified and trained on building evacuation, first aid, fire suppression, and search and rescue. In the event a significant emergency or dangerous situation, responsible authorities may activate the ACES members to assist with this activity.

Drills

Drills are held at various locations and encompass a wide variety of scenarios. Some past scenarios have included active shooter events, explosions, chemical spills, facility flooding, earthquakes, and pandemic illness. Recent drills have required the activation of both the Los Rios ALERT system and ACES. These drills may be announced or unannounced. Each drill includes a date, time, location, comprehensive written scenario plan, a post event debriefing, and a comprehensive after action report. The LRCCD publicizes the emergency response and evacuation procedures in conjunction with at least one drill each calendar year.

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Crime Alerts (Timely Warnings)

The LRCCD has established a policy for providing timely warnings to address threats to the LRCCD community. The campus crime alert is designed to give students, staff, and faculty a timely notification of crimes to heighten safety awareness, and to seek information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of perpetrators who commit violent crimes against persons or major crimes against property. The LRCCD will issue a Crime Alert Bulletin when a crime is reported to the LRPD or a local police jurisdiction notifies the LRPD of a crime that represents a serious or continuing threat to the safety of the campus community.

This policy is formalized in LRPD Policies.

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Security Awareness and Crime Prevention Programs

The reason crime happens is well known. Crime happens because there is a CRIMINAL to commit the crime, a VICTIM who can be victimized by the criminal, and the LOCATION or OPPORTUNITY for a crime to occur.

You can reduce the likelihood of being the victim of criminal activity if you take away the OPPORTUNITY for the criminal to make you his victim.

Students, staff, and visitors need to take responsibility for the safety of their persons and property. Everyone should also do their best to help others with this responsibility. The LRPD has several ways to help you learn more about safety.

Crime prevention pamphlets are available in the LRPD lobby at no charge. The LRPD has officers available for the orientation programs, to inform prospective students and their parents of available police services and programs. Similar presentations are available for new employees and international students as well. Safety talks are provided upon request for any office, organization or classroom as needed on campus, based on the availability of a police presenter. The intranet as well as printed material is used by the LRPD for the dissemination of crime prevention tips and newsworthy information.

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Security and Access

The LRPD provides 24 hour patrols of campus buildings, property, and parking lots. Officers investigate crimes, alarms and suspicious incidents and persons, and provide responses to medical and fire incidents on the premises. Campus facilities and buildings are generally open to the campus community, visitors and guests Monday Friday from 7AM-11 PM and as certain special events dictate. Staff is encouraged to lock any doors not in use. Custodial and LRPD staff regularly checks the security of the buildings. Afterhours access is via issued keys or contact the LRPD.

Campus shrubbery, trees and other vegetation are routinely trimmed and artificial lighting is maintained with safety issues in mind. The campus community is encouraged to report unsafe conditions, safety concerns, exterior lighting issues or telephone malfunctions to Campus Operations, Facilities Management or the LRPD. The LRCCD does not have campus or off campus student housing facilities, nor off campus student organization facilities.

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Police Authority and Jurisdiction

The LRPD has primary law enforcement jurisdiction for all criminal incidents occurring on campus. This includes incident investigation, follow up and resolution. The LRPD is a full service police agency that is staffed seven days a week, 24 hours a day. We employ peace officers, campus safety officers, campus patrol officers, and student patrol officers. Their specific powers and authority are as follows:

Peace Officers
The peace officers have statewide police authority, full powers of arrest and are vested with law enforcement powers pursuant to California Penal Code Section 830.32. Peace officers enforce local, state and federal laws both on and off campus. Their police authority includes concurrent jurisdiction with municipal and county agencies on adjacent streets and in the surrounding community. Peace officers meet ongoing training requirements as mandated by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST), as well as additional training designed to meet the needs of the college community. Law enforcement duties and responsibilities of our peace officers are comparable to local police departments and sheriff departments in adjacent communities.

Campus Safety and Campus Patrol Officers
Campus safety officers and campus patrol officers are agents of the LRCCD. They have authority to issue parking citations. They each have the same powers of arrest as a private citizen.

Student Patrol Officers
Student patrol officers are all agents of the LRCCD. They each have the same powers of arrest as a private citizen.

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Working Relationships with Other Agencies

The LRPD maintains a close working relationship with the agencies surrounding LRCCD facilities and has memorandums of understanding with the Sacramento Police Department (SPD), the West Sacramento Police Department, the Folsom Police Department, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department, and the University of California, Davis (in-progress). The LRPD also works with other agencies in the greater Sacramento Region, including other law enforcement agencies and local fire and emergency medical services. Meetings are held between the leaders of these agencies on both a formal and informal basis. The LRPD works closely with other agencies when incidents arise that require joint investigative efforts, resources, crime related reports and exchanges of information.

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Campus Security Authorities

Campus Security Authorities are individuals who have significant responsibility for students and student activities and who are required to report Clery Act crimes they may have become aware of in their daily contact with students to the LRPD. Any Clery Act crimes reported to these individuals are included in the annual disclosure of statistics. While crimes may be reported to these individuals, the LRCCD encourages students, staff and faculty to promptly report all crimes to the LRPD.

Campus Security Authorities include:

American River College:
Vice President, Administrative Services; Vice President, Instruction; Vice President, Student Services; Dean, Enrollment Services; Outreach Manager and Coordinator; Dean, Student Support Services Supervisor, Dean, Natomas Education Center; Campus Life Coordinator; Dean, Athletic Director; Disciplinary Authority; Supervisor Financial Aid

Cosumnes River College:
Vice President, Administrative Services and Student Support; Vice President Instruction and Student Learning; Vice President Student Services and Enrollment Management; Dean Student Services and Counseling; Dean, Student Services and Enrollment Management; Supervisor Student Services; Campus Life Coordinator; Supervisor Financial Aid and Athletic Director

Folsom Lake College:
Vice President, Administrative Services; Vice President, Instruction; Vice President, Student Development and Enrollment Management; Dean, Instruction FLC; Dean, Instruction EDC, Dean, Career and Technical Education; Supervisor, Student Services; Supervisor, Financial Aid; Student Life Coordinator; Disciplinary Authority

Sacramento City College:
Vice President, Administrative Services; Vice President, Student Services; Vice President, Instruction; Associate Vice President of Enrollment and Student Services; Associate Vice President of General Education and Outreach Programs; Dean, Counseling and Student Success; Dean, Matriculation, Support Services and Student Development; Dean, Enrollment and Student Services; Dean, Davis Center; Dean, West Sacramento Center; Supervisor, Financial Aid; Coordinator of Student Leadership & Development; Dean, Physical Education, Health and Athletics; Disciplinary Authority

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Pastoral and Professional Counselors

The LRCCD does not employ pastoral or professional counselors.

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Missing Student Policy

The LRCCD does not have on campus student housing facilities.

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Fire Safety Policy

The LRCCD does not have on campus student housing facilities.

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Fire Log

The LRCCD does not have on campus student housing facilities.

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Daily Access to Crime Logs

The LRPD maintains a daily crime log for the most recent 60 day period. The log is available for public inspection during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday) .Log entries older than 60 days can be obtained by request within two business days. The crime log is also available online.

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Crime Statistics Data

Note:The statistics provided here may be subject to change pending further review. For the most accurate accounting, please refer to our Crime Statistics page.

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