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Campus Report on Crime - Institutional Disclosure And Reporting Requirements

Federal law requires all public universities to provide students with information concerning graduation rates, security policies and crime statistics, and athletic program participation rates and financial data.

Security policies and crime statistics are available on the MSU Web site.

Athletic program participation rates and financial data are available each year by Oct. 15 and the report is placed on reserve in Frazar Memorial Library. The report on Completion and Graduation Rates is available each year by July 1 and can be reviewed in the Office of Institutional Research.


Campus Crime Prevention Guide

The safety and well-being of students, faculty, staff, and visitors are a priority at McNeese State University. Through the assistance of several other university departments, every effort is made to better serve the university community and provide a safe environment in which the mission of the university may be attained. However, a truly safe campus can only be achieved through the cooperation of all students, faculty, and staff.

Although MSU does not experience serious crimes often, it is a large university campus on which serious crimes may occur. In any given semester, MSU has some 8,700 students and 2,000 full and part-time employees on campus - more than the size of most small cities. In addition, MSU is located in the city of Lake Charles - a leading petrochemical city with a population of more than 80,000.


Reporting Crimes Or Emergencies

The MSU Police Department is a team of professionals working to provide a safe environment in which the educational mission of the university can be fully realized.

If you are involved in an emergency situation, are the victim of a crime, witness any criminal activity, and/or in need of assistance, you are urged to notify the MSU Police Department as soon as possible by dialing 911 or 475-5711. Off-campus crimes may be reported to the Lake Charles Police Department or the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office. Both of these law enforcement agencies can be reached by dialing 911.

The MSU Police Department is located in the University Police Building at 4314 Ryan St. The department operates 24-hours a day and is staffed by commissioned police officers. Students have 24-hour access to emergency phone lines to University Police as well as 911.

University police officers are vested with all of the powers, authority, and responsibilities of any police officer of the state on property owned or operated by the university, including adjacent public streets. Police authority is derived from Section 17:1805 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes. In addition, this law grants officers the authorization to carry concealed weapons, power of arrest on and off campus, jurisdictional boundaries, and authorization for the investigation of crimes occurring within one's jurisdiction to include the entire state.

The MSU Police Department cooperates fully with all federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies in cases which involve both on-campus and off-campus jurisdiction or when the resources of another agency can be used to facilitate the resolution of an investigation.

MSU police officers must successfully complete 320 hours of basic training at an approved police academy. The training curriculum is mandated by the Louisiana Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission and includes such topics as criminal law and procedures, patrol and investigation practices, techniques, firearms, first aid, and physical training.


Safety Programs

Escort Service

To help protect students who need to reach a particular destination on campus after dark, the department provides an escort service. The service operates seven days a week, 24-hours a day. Call 475-5711.

Police Bike Patrol

The department utilizes a bike patrol to supplement vehicle and foot patrol as part of its overall effort to make the campus safe. The bike patrol enables officers to cover more areas and allows for quick response should the need arise. Officers are also better able to talk with students, faculty, and staff on bike patrol.

Crime Stoppers

MSU works in conjunction with the Calcasieu Parish Crime Stoppers program. Crime Stoppers serves the community as an informant interaction system whereby the public is invited and encouraged to provide valuable information that might lead to the arrest and possible conviction of criminals. Participants who call the Crime Stoppers hotline at 439-2222 remain anonymous. The value of rewards range from $25 to $1,000 depending on the crime.


Safety Policies

The university makes every effort to ensure that the campus facilities, buildings, and grounds are designed and maintained in such a way as to promote safety and reduce criminal opportunity. Particular attention is paid to the design of landscaping and exterior lighting.

Use of University Facilities

With the exception of events that are open to the general public and advertised as such, the university's facilities and programs are generally reserved for accomplishing the objectives and programs of the university. Visitors and non-university affiliated groups seeking to utilize university facilities are expected to make prior arrangements with the appropriate university office. Authorization to use MSU facilities is determined by university regulations then in effect. Requests to open facilities after hours must be faxed to the MSU Police Department (337-475-5713) a minimum of 24 hours in advance. Visitors and guests to MSU residence halls must be registered by their hosts while in the residence halls.

Residence Halls

Procedures to ensure safety within residence halls include 24-hour-a-day digital video security cameras in common areas of each building or complex. All residence halls have limited access through main doors only. Procedures for guest visitation have been established in accordance with MSU residence hall guide-lines. Residence halls are equipped with fire safety equipment that includes smoke detectors and/or heat sensors that activate the central fire alarm system.

In residence halls, emergency exits are equipped with alarms that sound when-ever opened. Residence hall staffs are trained to maintain security and to summon police, fire, medical, and maintenance assistance when needed. Criminal activity observed within or in the vicinity of buildings is reported to the MSU Police Department. Firearms, explosives, fireworks, or other hazardous materials are not permitted in or around residence halls or university apartments.

Academic And Administrative Buildings

Academic and administrative buildings are secured by university personnel. Hours of security may vary from building to building, depending on use. Like the residence halls, these buildings are equipped with fire safety equipment that includes smoke detectors and/or heat sensors that activate the central fire alarm system.

Illegal Drugs And Weapons Policy

The entire campus is considered a "Drug Free Zone" and a "Firearm Free Zone" under Louisiana law. MSU complies with all federal and state laws which prohibit the use, possession, and sale of illegal drugs. The university will not shield any student, employee, or visitor from action by civil authorities. The use of weapons by university police personnel is governed by state law and departmental regulation. The use, possession, or storage of firearms or other weapons by students, employees, or visitors while on campus is strictly prohibited.

Sale Or Use Of Alcoholic Beverages

MSU complies with all federal and state laws which regulate the sale and use of alcohol. The university neither condones nor shields from prosecution any individual found in violation of the Louisiana Alcoholic Beverage Control laws. The university does authorize alcoholic beverages on campus for sanctioned events complying with state law.


Crime Statistics

The MSU Police Department reports its monthly crime statistics to the University of Louisiana System and the FBI Uniform Crime Report. The University Police crime log is available at the McNeese University Police website and formal press releases are issued to address serious or unique problems which may occur on campus. The university believes that an informed public is a safer public. In compliance with the 1990 Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act, the most recent campus crime statistics are available below.

Sexual Assault Policy

On college campuses, acquaintance and date rape are more apt to occur than rape by strangers. Research on college women indicates as many as 20 percent of the female population may at some point be sexually coerced by acquaintances.

While some students may not think of forced sexual relations as rape, such action constitutes a serious crime and is a felony under Section 14:42 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes.

If You Are The Victim Of Sexual Assault
  • Contact a friend to help you collect your thoughts and focus on your needs. If the assault occurred on campus, call the MSU Police Department at 475-5711 or at 911. If the assault occurred off campus, call the Lake Charles Police Department or the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office (911) or the Rape Crisis Center at 494-7273.
  • Obtain Medical Care - Quickly obtain medical care from a hospital emergency room. Do not bath, shower, douche, or change clothes before seeking medical attention. The treatment for rape may require an examination at a designated hospital, testing for sexually transmitted diseases, medication to prevent pregnancy and documenting evidence so you can decide whether to pursue prosecution.
  • Assist In The Investigation - It is a personal decision whether to report a rape or sexual assault to police, but you are strongly encouraged to do so. The primary concern of the police is your safety and well-being; the second and third concerns are apprehending the assailant and preserving the evidence of the crime.
  • Seek Counseling - Whether or not you report the assault or pursue prosecution, you should consult a trained counselor for help in dealing with the emotional aftermath of a rape. Trained counselors are available at the MSU Counseling Center and the Rape Crisis Center. Talking with a counselor or psychologist in no way compels a victim to take further action.


A victim may choose to pursue action through the campus judicial system if the offense was committed by another student. The Office of Student Services (475-5706) is available to advise victims of their rights under the Code of Student Conduct. Even if you choose not to pursue disciplinary action, you are encouraged to report your experience to the Office of Student Services.


For more information or assistance, please contact:
MSU Police Department . . . .475-5711
Office of Student Services . . .475-5706
Student Health Center . . . . . .475-5748
Counseling Center . . . . . . . . .475-5136
Rape Crisis Center . . . . . . . . 494-7273


Alcohol And Drug Policy

MSU recognizes its responsibility for developing, promulgating, and enforcing policy regarding alcohol and drug use among students and employees. The university recognizes that drug and alcohol use can adversely impact its most important concerns: academic excellence, student development, employee job performance, and the health and safety of the campus community.

This policy applies to all levels of the university's community. Its success depends upon the belief that each person has a role in responding to this issue and that substance abuse is a solvable problem which must be addressed systematically, fairly, and with due process of law. Policy available at www.mcneese.edu/policy.

Philosophy

Each student deserves the best possible opportunity to achieve academic excellence and a quality campus environment in which to develop and mature. Moreover, the safety and welfare of all members of the campus community must be assured. McNeese State University wants to promote a safe and healthy environment, to maximize the potential of all to make significant contributions in life, and to promote the concept of individual responsibility for substance use with all members of its community.

The university recognizes that substance abuse poses specific and serious threats to its mission as an institution of higher education. The appropriate and legal use of drugs or alcohol is a right and privilege, but the inappropriate or illegal use of drugs or alcohol is not.

Purpose

The purpose of this policy is to provide a vehicle for accomplishing the following:

  1. Promote a healthy environment for students, faculty, and staff.
  2. Maximize the opportunities for academic excellence and student development.
  3. Define university expectations regarding appropriate use of alcohol at sanctioned events.
  4. Discourage the illegal use of alcohol and drugs and to identify appropriate disciplinary procedures for those who engage in such activities.
  5. Demonstrate the university's commitment to provide counseling and referral services to each member of the campus community.
  6. Comply with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989: Public Law 101-226 and Executive Order 12564, Public Law 100-71 and subsequent regulations including the Drug-Free Workplace Act.

Programs And Services

McNeese State University recognizes its responsibility to educate the campus community about problems associated with drug and alcohol use. Alcohol and drug counseling are provided to students and employees through the MSU Counseling Center in Kaufman Hall. The counseling center provides services to all MSU students at no charge except for a testing fee. Faculty, staff, and families are also eligible for services through the Employee Assistance Program. Assessment, counseling, and referral services will be made available at no cost.

In a variety of settings, numerous prevention and education programs will be offered upon request. Current information about the effects of drug and alcohol use on physiological and psychological health will be made readily available. Students, faculty, and staff will be encouraged to participate in all activities which promote alcohol and drug-free experiences. Abstinence will be encouraged and seen as a legitimate and socially acceptable choice for any member of the university community.

Educational programs for campus leaders and other administrators and staff will address the development of skills required for identification of and early intervention with others who demonstrate problems with alcohol or drugs.

Alcohol Policy

This policy is based on a concern for the welfare of all members of the university community and is in keeping with the laws of the city and parish of Lake Charles and the state of Louisiana. As members of the university community, students, faculty, and staff are expected to comply with and abide by this policy as well as local and state laws.

Campus police and other university officials will enforce all laws governing alcohol use and abuse whenever necessary. This policy is subject to change in order to comply with new local, state, and federal laws pertaining to the pos-session and consumption of alcohol.

McNeese State University has a genuine interest in providing an environment that strives to protect the health and welfare of its students, employees, alumni, and visitors. The university recognizes that inappropriate and irresponsible marketing and promotion of alcoholic beverages on campus can contribute to the problems of alcohol abuse. Therefore, the university, in its concern for the campus community and to comply with the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989, has adopted the following guidelines as a realistic policy to govern alcohol practices on campus.

I. University Regulation

The university prohibits the use or sale of any alcoholic beverages and the possession or consumption in any form on campus except in those areas where the president or his designee has authorized the serving or sale of legal beverages in accordance with the provisions of the state and local laws and ordinances and by prescribed university regulations.

II. State Laws

The 1986 Amendment of the Louisiana Code reenacts R.S. 14.91.1, 91.2 and 91.5 to comply with the U.S.C. 158 concerning alcoholic beverages. 91.1 A. (1) It is unlawful for any person under 21 years of age to purchase any alcoholic beverages either of high or low alcoholic content. Penalty. (2) Whoever is guilty of violating the above provision should be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be fined not more than $300 or be imprisoned for not more than 10 days.

91.2 and 91.5 B. (1) It is unlawful for any person under 21 years of age to possess or consume beverages of any alcoholic content. Penalty. (2) Whoever is found guilty of violating the above provisions shall be fined not more than $50.

III. Alcoholic Beverages Permitted on Campus

Alcoholic beverages may be served on campus only at registered private social events sponsored by the university, university departments, or groups which include employees, alumni, or visitors. The sponsoring group and its guests must comply with university regulations and local, state, and federal ordinances on alcoholic beverages.

  1. Social events sponsored by student organizations must be registered with the Office of Student Services.
  2. Social events sponsored by the university, university departments, or groups which include employees, alumni, or visitors must be registered with the president's office or his designee.
  3. Alcoholic beverages may be served at private social events to members of the sponsoring organization, department, or group and their specifically invited group if registered with the president's office.
  4. Alcoholic beverages may be served by the university at a private social dance sponsored by an organization or department, its members and their specifically invited guests if registered with the president's office.

IV. Alcohol Prohibited at Certain Events
  1. The possession or consumption of alcohol is not permitted at athletic events, including varsity athletic events, club sports athletic events, and intramural sports events.
  2. The possession or consumption of alcohol is not permitted at social events where the general public is invited.
  3. The possession and consumption of alcohol in academic buildings is permitted only by special permission from the president's office and only for times when classes are not in session.

V. Regulations for Serving Alcohol at Private Events
  1. Student organizations wishing to host a private social event at which alcoholic beverages will be served must have one of their officers participate in the alcohol awareness course.
  2. Proper identification such as a driver's license is required to be shown when alcohol is served to ensure no underage person is served alcohol.
  3. An alternate nonalcoholic beverage other than water must be served and displayed in equal prominence along with alcoholic beverage.
  4. Food items such as popcorn, chips, cheese, and crackers must be served and displayed in equal prominence along with alcoholic beverage.
  5. Alcoholic beverages are to serve as an adjunct to a social event and only to members of a group or its specifically invited guests.
  6. Alcoholic beverages are only to be served at a private social event and only to members of a group or its specifically invited guests.
  7. No cover charge may be imposed at private social events at which alcohol is served; groups may not sell alcohol to participants. (Only licensed personnel are authorized to sell alcoholic beverages).
  8. Alcoholic beverages cannot be provided as free awards, nor is sampling of alcohol or contests using alcohol allowed at university events.
  9. Students at social events must be registered seven days prior to the function with the Office of Student Services.
  10. All social events hosted by employees, alumni, or visitors must be registered seven days prior to the function with the president's office or his designee.
  11. Social events may be scheduled and alcoholic beverages may be served only during the following times:
    1. Monday through Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.
    2. Friday 3:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
    3. Saturday noon to 1 a.m.
    4. Sunday noon to 11 p.m.
  12. When alcoholic beverages are served on campus, the consumption is restricted to the serving area.
  13. Notice of cancellation of an event approved for the serving of alcoholic beverages must be received 24 hours prior to the event or the sponsoring organization will be charged for facilities, University Police, and Food Service.

VI. Violations of Alcohol Policy
  1. Individuals and/or organizations are subject to revocation of approval to serve and consume alcoholic beverages if behavior at approved events violates the alcohol policies of the university. Other disciplinary action may be taken by appropriate university officials.
  2. Events may be terminated by university officials if the event becomes disruptive, the safety of individuals is endangered, or if alcohol policies of the university are violated.

VII. Regulations for Serving Alcoholic Beverages at Major Events
  1. The serving of alcoholic beverages at major events such as Spring Fling, which involve substantial and diverse segments of the university community, must be approved by the president of the university.
  2. The serving of alcoholic beverages at major events must be in accordance with the local, state, federal ordinances, and university regulations.
  3. Uniformed police officers must be present at the event. The number of police officers present will be determined by the Director of University Police. The officers will be assigned specific duties and will be under the supervision of the University Police Department.

VIII. General Alcohol Policies
  1. University publications may accept advertisements from alcohol companies or distributors in accordance with the "Guidelines for Campus Marketing of Beverage Alcohol."
  2. Alcoholic beverages may not be distributed free of charge by an alcohol company or distributor at any university event or under any other circumstances on campus.
  3. Alcoholic beverages may not be sold on campus by any alcohol company or distributor.

Drug Policy

McNeese State University prohibits the unlawful manufacture, distribution, pos-session, or use of illegal drugs or controlled substances by university students, faculty, and staff on university owned or controlled property or at university events as set forth by this policy, the Code of Student Conduct, current personnel policies and procedures, and Louisiana Law.

As citizens, students have the responsibility for knowing of and complying with the laws of the community and state. Any student who violates these laws is subject to prosecution and punishment by civil authorities as well as disciplinary action by the university. The university may proceed against and sanction a person for the same conduct being handled by civil authorities. McNeese State University considers any violation of this drug policy a serious offense. Sanctions will be imposed by the university in accordance with disciplinary procedures set forth by the Code of Student Conduct.

As a condition of certain types of financial aid students must certify that they "...will not engage in the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, or use of a controlled substance..." during the period of the grant. Students found in violation of this drug policy jeopardize their ability to receive financial aid for which they might otherwise be eligible.

The Federal Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 prohibits the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of illegal drugs in the work-place and provides for sanctions against faculty, staff, and student employees, permanent or temporary, who violate this policy. Any employee who violates this Drug-Free Workplace policy is subject to disciplinary actions by the president or his designee which may include referral to civil authorities for prosecution and punishment and termination of employment.


The Family Educational Rights And Privacy Act Of 1974

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, includes various provisions for protection and privacy of students and parents. Among these provisions is the requirement that educational institutions permit currently enrolled students to restrict the release of those items designated as "directory information."

MSU defines as directory information the following facts about a student: name, address, and telephone number; e-mail address; major field of study and classification; class schedule; date and place of birth; faculty adviser; high school attended and date of graduation; photograph; veteran's status; participation in officially recognized activities and sports; weight and height of members of athletic teams; dates of attendance; degrees, awards, and honors received; and previous educational institution most recently attended.

If you wish to request that this information not be released or published in the MSU Directory, you need to submit a "Request to Prevent Disclosure of Directory Information Form" to the Registrar's Office. This form must be completed and returned to the Registrar's Office no later than the second week of classes during the fall semester. Once requested, this restriction will remain in effect as long as you are continuously enrolled until you request that it be removed.


Proof Of Immunization Policy

The State of Louisiana requires all students born after 1956 and attending state colleges and universities to furnish proof of the following immunizations: two doses of measles vaccine; at least one dose each of rubella (German Measles) and mumps vaccine; and a tetanus-diphtheria booster.

Measles Requirement: Two doses of live vaccine given at any age, except that the vaccine must have been given on or after the first birthday, in 1968 or later, and without Immune Globulin. A second dose of measles vaccine must meet this same requirement, but should not have been given within 30 days of the first dose. A history of physician-diagnosed measles is acceptable for establishing immunity, but must be documented by the diagnosing physician.

Tetanus-Diphtheria Requirement: A booster dose of vaccine given within the past 10 years. Students can be considered to have completed a primary series earlier in life, unless they state otherwise.

Students are ineligible to register and attend classes until they comply with this requirement. Please call the Student Health Center at 475-5748 if additional information is needed.


Selective Service Requirement

A statement of military selective service status and proof of draft registration must be submitted to the Registrar's Office. In accordance with Louisiana R.S. 17:3151, no person who is required to register for the federal draft under the federal Military Selective Service Act shall be eligible to enroll in any postsecondary educational institution until he has registered for the draft and provides evidence of having done so. The federal Military Selective Service Act requires male U.S. citizens, and male aliens living in the United States, who are 18 through 25, to register with the Selective Service. The Louisiana law provides for two exceptions:



Crime Statistics

Continual efforts are made to inform the McNeese community of matters that affect their personal safety and well-being. Regular reports regarding current problems and reported crimes are published in the student newspaper, The Contraband. The McNeese Police Department offers programs on personal safety, security of property, crisis intervention and crime prevention. Students and parents are also provided with public safety information during orientation programs.

The McNeese Police Department reports crime statistics to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Crime Information Center. This report is publicized annually in the Contraband and by the local media. University police blotters and arrest reports are available to the media daily and formal press releases are issued to address serious or unique problems which may arise on campus. The University believes that an informed public is a safer public. For more information, visit the McNeese Police Department website.

The University believes that an informed public is a safer public. The following MSU statistics, in compliance with the 1990 Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act, (also known as the Clery Act) are provided for your information:



Criminal Offenses, On Campus
Criminal Offense 2012 2011 2010
Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Forcible 1 0 0
Sex offenses, Non-forcible (Includes only incest and statutory rape) 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated assault 0 0 0
Burglary 4 8 2
Motor vehicle theft 2 2 2
Arson (Only includes fires that are investigated by law enforcement and determined to be arson.) 0 0 0


On-campus Student Housing Facilities
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Forcible 1 0 0
Sex offenses, Non-forcible (Includes only incest and statutory rape) 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated assault 0 0 0
Burglary 1 3 1
Motor vehicle theft 0 0 0
Arson (Only includes fires that are investigated by law enforcement and determined to be arson.) 0 0 0


Criminal Offenses, Non-campus
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Forcible 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Non-forcible (Includes only incest and statutory rape) 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated assault 0 0 0
Burglary 0 0 0
Motor vehicle theft 0 0 0
Arson (Only includes fires that are investigated by law enforcement and determined to be arson.) 0 0 0


Criminal Offenses, Public Property
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Forcible 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Non-forcible (Includes only incest and statutory rape) 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated assault 0 0 0
Burglary 0 0 0
Motor vehicle theft 0 0 0
Arson (Only includes fires that are investigated by law enforcement and determined to be arson.) 0 0 0


Hate Crimes, On campus
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Forcible 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Non-forcible (Includes only incest and statutory rape) 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated assault 0 0 0
Burglary 0 0 0
Motor vehicle theft 0 0 0
Arson (Only includes fires that are investigated by law enforcement and determined to be arson.) 0 0 0
Any other crime involving bodily injury 0 0 0


Hate Crimes, On-campus Student Housing Facilities
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Forcible 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Non-forcible (Includes only incest and statutory rape) 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated assault 0 0 0
Burglary 0 0 0
Motor vehicle theft 0 0 0
Arson (Only includes fires that are investigated by law enforcement and determined to be arson.) 0 0 0
Any other crime involving bodily injury 0 0 0


Hate Crimes, Noncampus
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Forcible 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Non-forcible (Includes only incest and statutory rape) 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated assault 0 0 0
Burglary 0 0 0
Motor vehicle theft 0 0 0
Arson (Only includes fires that are investigated by law enforcement and determined to be arson.) 0 0 0
Any other crime involving bodily injury 0 0 0


Hate Crimes, Public Property
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Negligent manslaughter 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Forcible 0 0 0
Sex offenses, Non-forcible (Includes only incest and statutory rape) 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated assault 0 0 0
Burglary 0 0 0
Motor vehicle theft 0 0 0
Arson (Only includes fires that are investigated by law enforcement and determined to be arson.) 0 0 0
Any other crime involving bodily injury 0 0 0


Number of Arrests, On campus
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Illegal weapons possession 0 0 0
Drug law violations 4 4 6
Liquor law violations 9 19 8


Number of persons referred for Disciplinary Action, On campus
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Illegal weapons possession 0 0 0
Drug law violations 7 3 7
Liquor law violations 0 31 21


Number of Arrests, On-campus Student Housing Facilities
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Illegal weapons possession 0 0 0
Drug law violations 4 3 8
Liquor law violations 0 19 8


Number of persons referred for Disciplinary Action, On-campus Student Housing Facilities
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Illegal weapons possession 0 0 0
Drug law violations 7 3 7
Liquor law violations 0 2 21


Number of Arrests, Noncampus
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Illegal weapons possession 0 0 0
Drug law violations 0 0 0
Liquor law violations 0 0 7


Number of persons referred for Disciplinary Action, Noncampus
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Illegal weapons possession 0 0 0
Drug law violations 0 0 0
Liquor law violations 0 0 0


Number of Arrests, Public Property
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Illegal weapons possession 0 1 0
Drug law violations 6 6 13
Liquor law violations 0 1 3


Number of persons referred for Disciplinary Action, Public Property
Criminal offense 2012 2011 2010
Illegal weapons possession 0 0 0
Drug law violations 0 0 1
Liquor law violations 0 0 0


2012 Fires Summary

Name of Facility

Fires Injuries Deaths Property
Damage
Cause
Bel 0 0 0 0
Sallier 0 0 0 0
Collette 0 0 0 0
King 0 0 0 0
Watkins 0 0 0 0
Zigler 0 0 0 0
Burton* 0 0 0 0
Chosen* 0 0 0 0
Farm Bunkhouse 0 0 0 0
President's Residence 0 0 0 0
Pine Haven Married Housing - Deactivated/Vacant 0 0 0 0


2011 Fires Summary

Name of Facility

Fires Injuries Deaths Property
Damage
Cause
Bel 0 0 0
Sallier 1 0 0 <$1,000 Bath vent overheated - unintentional
550 E. McNeese St - 1/262011 1:55pm
Collette 0 0 0
King 0 0 0
Watkins 0 0 0
Zigler 0 0 0
Burton* 0 0 0
Chosen* 0 0 0
Farm Bunkhouse 0 0 0
President's Residence 0 0 0
Pine Haven Married Housing - Deactivated/Vacant 0 0 0

2010 Fire Summary
NAME OF FACILITY FIRES INJURIES DEATHS PROPERTY
DAMAGE
CAUSE
Bel 0 0 0
Sallier 0 0 0
Collette 0 0 0
King 1 0 0 <$9,999 Cooking - unintentional at 8/16/2010 11:49am
Watkins 0 0 0
Zigler 0 0 0
Burton* n/a n/a n/a
Chosen* n/a n/a n/a
Farm Bunkhouse 0 0 0
President's Residence 0 0 0
Pine Haven Married Housing - Deactivated/Vacant n/a n/a n/a
* Under construction