Burnett International College Campus Security
The following policies have been adopted to comply with the requirements of the campus security Act. In the event of a crime or other emergency students are instructed to notify any personnel in the College. Whenever a crime or emergency is reported, it is the responsibility of the Campus Director of Security to make a written report of the nature of the emergency and what actions were taken as established by federal law. Copies of the report are sent to the College’s Dean.
The campus Director of Security is responsibility for maintaining copies of all reports. If a member of the staff or student at the College commits a crime, that person will be terminated immediately. The normal appeals procedures will not apply in the case of individuals who are terminated for committing a crime on the College campus.
- Burnett International College (BIC) does not provide on-campus housing.
- The last College staff person to leave is responsibility for locking the College building at the end of the day.
- BIC relies on the local law enforcement agencies in case of emergency.
- No one other than certified police department personnel may carry or possess firearms on campus. It is a violation for anyone other than police officers to possess a firearm on any part of the College property.
- The policy of the College provides for administrative acting, up to and including termination or expulsion of any student or staff member found in possession of alcohol or a controlled substance on the College campus. There is a zero tolerance policy with regards to alcohol and drugs.
- The College is a drug-free work place and offers drug and alcohol counseling information to students and staff.
Campus Security Report
The Campus Director will accumulate all statistics regarding violent criminal acts on campus, including rapes, assaults, murders, etc. and post the findings on the school bulletin boards annually. In addition, all employees will be made aware of the school statistics in this area at hire and annually. Quarterly statistics will be posted and visible to students, faculty and staff. The annual report, completed August 1 of each year, will be distributed to all employees and current students. Copies of the Campus Security Report will be made available to the Department of Education as required by Federal Law.
With the passage of the student’s Right-to-Know and campus Security Act of 1990, the College will report all crimes reported to police department. This data will be recorded for use in the FBI’s uniform Crime Report procedures and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistic Act.
DISCLOSURE OF CAMPUS SECURITY POLICY AND
CAMPUS CRIME STATISTIC ACT
|Forcible Sexual Assault||0||0||0|
|Non-forcible sex Assault||0||0||0|
|Motor Vehicle Theft||0||0||0|
NUMBER OF ARRESTS AND/OR REFERRALS FOR SELECT OFFENSES
|Liquor Law Violation||0||0||0|
|Drug Law Violations||0||0||0|
|Weapons Law Violations||0||0||0|
EMERGENCY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
- Each classroom and lounge area in the school has a fire evacuation route posted for easy view by staff and students. Periodic fire drills are conducted and documentation of the drill placed on file in the Campus Director’s office.
- All faculty and staff are made aware of emergency procedures at orientation or in the staff meetings to ensure all safety precautions have been met.
- To maintain safety and security, all visitors are required to sign in at the front desk. Only students, registered visitors and authorized personnel are allowed past the reception area.