Crime Awareness and Campus Security
The following statements provide information regarding compliance with the requirements under the Title II Crimes Awareness and Campus Security Act also known as the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Act. All students are notified regarding the reports. The report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on the EICC campuses; in certain off campus buildings or property; or public property immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campuses. The report also includes information about institutional policies concerning campus security.
- Crime Reporting: EICC takes every possible precaution for crime prevention. If a crime
should occur on one of the EICC locations, the victim or persons having knowledge
of the crime should immediately contact the local law enforcement at 9-911. Additionally,
the crime should be reported to the Dean of Student Development, Facilities Manager,
or through Ancillary Services. The District Administrative Procedures Manual contains
the policies of the District relative to campus security procedures and the reporting
of incidents. This manual is available at each college and can be accessed from the
District Intranet site.
- Security Systems: Security systems are in place at facilities owned or controlled
by the college. The manager of buildings and grounds is responsible for ensuring that
security systems are in place which protect and control access to the buildings.
- Security Personnel: The District does not employ security personnel. Law enforcement
and private security firms are relied upon to provide quick response to security needs.
In all matters where it is deemed appropriate, a policy report using the appropriate
reporting form will be filed through the college's Ancillary Services Office or Dean
of Student Development Office.
- Programming: Annually, the college provides programming that includes student orientation,
and staff development activities designed to make people aware of their own security
and the security of others. In the best interest of the entire college community,
EICC students and staff are collectively encouraged to use good judgment in their
actions on or around the college campus. The individual well-being of each person
should be the overriding goal of all people associated with the community college
district. The EICC will remain diligent in its efforts to promote a safe and secure
campus environment. Safety and Security programs offered include, but are not limited
to, self-defense, home security, prevention of sexual assault and domestic violence,
and substance abuse.
- Drug and Alcohol Policy: EICC prohibits the unlawful possession, use, or distribution
of controlled substances by students and employees on property owned or leased by
EICC or in conjunction with EICC sponsored activities. Violations of this policy will
result in the initiation of disciplinary action. Alcoholic beverages may be allowed
at certain college events with prior administrative approval. The guidelines for the
utilization of alcoholic beverages at student events are available from the designated
college activities coordinator. Violations of the District policies regarding alcoholic
beverages will result in disciplinary action.
- Sexual Offense Reporting: As with other incident reporting, contact should be made
with the Dean of Student Development or Ancillary Services Office. The local police
department has law enforcement authority for campus crimes. After reporting occurrences
to the site administrator, any criminal occurrences should also be reported to the
local police. Students have the option to contact proper law enforcement authorities,
and the college will assist, if requested.
- Sex Offender Registration: Iowa law requires a person who has been convicted of a
sex offense anywhere to register with the sheriff in the county in which they reside.
Information about sex offenders is maintained by the Iowa Department of Public Safety
and can be accessed at www.iowasexoffender.com.
- Timely Warnings: In the event that a situation arises, either on or off campus, that,
in the judgment of the Dean of Student Development, constitutes an ongoing or continuing
threat, a campus wide timely warning will be issued. The warning will be posted on
monitor systems throughout the campus(s) and e-mail and test messages will be sent.
Campus Crime Statistics
- Clinton Community College Sites 2016
- Muscatine Community College Sites 2016
- Scott Community College Sites 2016
Policies and procedures related to alcohol and drug use are in place and adhered to by the District. Extensive information on substance abuse is provided to each student. (See related EICC Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention section in the student handbook.)