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Crime Awareness & Campus Security Act of 1990

Updated October 2014.  This report was prepared by the Vice President for Operations and Finance and published by the Marketing & Communications Department.

(A) Students and others are to report occurrences of criminal actions or other emergencies such as fire, building intruder, severe weather, bomb threat, missing persons,  or other as follows:

To report an incident occurring during regular business hours, call the switchboard (extension 2312).  If calling from an outside line, dial 251-7700 and push 0 for the switchboard. Or you may contact directly one or more individual building representatives listed below:

Arts and Sciences Building Vice President for Academic Services (Alysia Johnston)
Weinberg Hall and Graham Library Director of Library Services (Marty Evensvold)
Orscheln Hall Fine Arts Instructor (Michael DeRosa)
Residence Halls Director of Student Life (Andy Munday)
Nellis Hall, All Off-Campus Athletic Facilities Director of Athletics (Jeff Leiker)
Coffeyville Technical Campus Vice President for Innovations and Business Initiatives (Marlon Thornburg)
Columbus Technical Campus Director (Cynthia Harrold)
Student Union Building Vice President for Operations and Finance (Jeff Morris)

 
For emergencies after hours contact the Residence Hall Security Services or Resident Assistants by calling extension 7395, 252-7395, 251-7125 or 252-7030. To call police in case of an emergency, please dial 911. (College extensions require dialing 9 then 911).

These individuals and the campus security will report occurrences to the Vice President for Operations and Finance in a timely manner, who will take prompt action to assess and respond appropriately to each incident. Evacuation, lock down and emergency procedures are prominently displayed in each class room. The crisis management team comprised of the College President, Vice Presidents and others may be called upon to further assess and respond to the situation. Emergency information will be disseminated to students and staff by way of electronic media that includes text messaging, email, and phone notification, and/or individual contact. If warranted, information will be provided to the larger community by the Dean of Marketing.

In case of a missing person the Vice President for Academic Services (VP) will be contacted and will immediately contact the Coffeyville Police Department (CPD). The VP will make follow up contact with the CPD within 24 hours of the notification. Although the college will make every reasonable attempt to keep student information confidential a custodial parent or guardian will be notified if the missing student is under the age of 18. Detailed procedures for missing persons are located in the Student Handbook.

The notification system will be tested at least twice per year.

The College Catalog, Security Handbook, Student Handbook, Board Policy Manual and other official College publications contain policies concerning the student grievance procedure, the faculty grievance procedure and the student conduct committee procedure.

(B)   Permission for the use of all campus facilities must be secured from the Vice President of Operations & Finance. Requests to use classrooms are made through the Academic Services Office; requests to use the Student Union cafeteria or Oakroom are made through the Director of Food Service; and requests to use Nellis Hall are made through the Athletic Office. The College facilities, residence halls and parking lots are secured by a contracted security service during the hours of 8:00 p.m. - 6:00 a.m.

(C)   The campus security service has the authority to enforce College security policies. The campus security service works through the Coffeyville Police Department and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department to enforce state and city laws. Students are encouraged to report all crimes which occur on campus to the appropriate College official or the local police agency. Police, fire and ambulance can be reached by calling 911.

(D)  Workshops and briefings are conducted at faculty in-service meetings to acquaint employees with campus security policies and procedures and to encourage them to be responsible for their own security and the security of others.

Presentations are made at the beginning of each semester during student orientation and residence hall orientation to acquaint students with campus security policies and procedures and to encourage them to be responsible for their own security and the security of others. In addition, the Student Government Association sponsors workshops each semester to explore and discuss these issues.

(E)   In addition to the presentations listed above (D), students and employees are encouraged to attend campus assemblies and other programs which may be presented to inform them about campus crime prevention. Publications and brochures about crime prevention are made available to students and employees.

(F)   Below are statistics concerning the occurrence on all CCC campuses of the following criminal offenses reported to campus security authorities or local police agencies:

  2011 2012 2013
I) Murder 0 0 0
II) Forcible Sex Offenses 0 0 0
III) Non-Forcible Sex Offenses 0 0 0
IV) Robbery 1 0 0
V) Aggravated Assault 4 2 1
VI) Burglary 14 5 13
VII) Motor Vehicle Theft 0 0 0
VIII) Motor Vehicle Burglary 0 0 0
IX) Vandalism 0 3 1
X) Liquor Violations 10 11 6
XI) Drug Offenses 5 3 4
XII) Trespassing 0 0 0
XIII) Other Offenses 0 0 0
XIV) Hate Offenses 0 0 0


Additional crime statistics are available from the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Postsecondary Education Security's website at http://ope.ed.gov/security.  Additional statistics for CCC are at the following web address:  Coffeyville Community College Crime Statistics from the U.S. Department of Education OPE Security Report.

Other Link:  Kansas Bureau of Investigation Registered Sexual Offenders Search (Search by Name, City, County, and Zip Code)

It is the goal of Coffeyville Community College to provide students with a safe and secure learning environment.  We wish to eliminate crime on all campuses, not just reduce it.

G: Below are statistics concerning the occurrences of Fire involving on-campus student housing.

Name of Facility Address Number of Fires  
    2011 2012 2013
Raven Hall 510 W. 10th 0 3 0
Walker Hall 600 W. 10th 0 0 1
Raven Apartments 413 W. 10th 0 0 0

 

Facility   2011     2012     2013  
  Fires Injuries Deaths Fires Injuries Deaths Fires Injuries Deaths
Raven Hall 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
Walker Hall 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Raven Apts. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


(G contd.) Raven Hall and Raven Apartments are designed as cottage styled units. Each room contains hard wired smoke detectors with battery backup. Walker Hall is a three story single building apartment complex. Each room and hall way contains one or more smoke alarms wired to a central system. Walker Hall also contains a fire sprinkler system. Portable cooking devices, other than microwaves, are not allowed in the student housing. The buildings are designated smoke and tobacco free areas. Student orientation and the student handbook include information on fire safety as well as other emergency procedures. Each housing facility is staffed with security and college employed resident assistants who are trained in emergency procedures to include building evacuation.

(H) The College does not have off-campus student organizations or off-campus student housing facilities.

(I)  Policies regarding the possession, use and sale of alcoholic beverages; the State underage drinking laws; the possession, use and sale of illegal drugs; enforcement of federal and state drug laws; and drug and alcohol abuse education programs are contained in the Student Handbook, Security Handbook and the Board Policy Manual.