Timely Warning, Notice & Access to Information

The University will provide timely warnings to the campus community about crimes that pose an ongoing threat to students and employees. When there is knowledge of an ongoing threat, an informational notice will be reported to students and employees. Electronic mail is the primary method of University communication and each employee and currently enrolled student has a University assigned e-mail account. For this reason, students and employees are reminded and strongly encouraged to check their University e-mail account at least once weekly for news or notices
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The University also maintains a public crime log, which contains a record of all incidents reported to Campus Security or to the Campus Safety Office. The SU Campus public crime log includes a record of all crimes and reports of other safety or risk related incidents…not just those required in this annual report. For example, crimes like theft would be included in the public crime log. Minimally, the public crime log is required to include the “nature, date, time, and general location of each crime” as well as its disposition if known. Incidents are required to be recorded within two business days but certain information may be withheld to protect victim privacy or to ensure the integrity of ongoing investigations. The SU public crime log is available in the Security Department, in the University Guy Griggs Building. The public crime log, which remains open for at least 60 days, is available during normal business hours (8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday) to students, employees and the general public.
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