About Randolph Community College

RCC Campus Safety and Security Report

Annual Statistical Report - September 30, 2013
STATEMENT OF INTENT

Reporting Period 1/1/2012 - 12/31/2012

Randolph Community College recognizes the importance of a person’s right to know about matters that could impact their safety while at the college. The College further recognizes the necessity of providing information about campus crime and security to current and prospective students, as well as to current and prospective employees of the college. Therefore, in accordance with the Campus Security Act of 1990 and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act of 1998 (referred to as the “Clery Act”) , RCC publishes a Campus Security Report in October of each year. Notification of the report is distributed to all current and prospective students, as well as to all current and prospective employees through the College Catalog, website, Student Handbook and employment application. (Note: The College also conducts a biennial review of all campus security policies and procedures. This review is coordinated through the office of the vice president for administrative services.)

RCC is committed to maintaining a safe, healthy, and positive work and learning environment. The following policies, procedures, and statements have been adopted by the College in compliance with federal and state mandates and in a good faith effort to ensure the health and safety of all members of the campus community.

Since RCC is a public institution, all behavior which is prohibited by federal, state, and local laws is prohibited on the campus or off the campus during an institutional activity, function, or event and will be referred to the proper authorities for action. Students and employees may be suspended for disposition of court action for any violation of a criminal law committed on campus or off campus at an institutionally sponsored function. Additionally, students may be removed from classes and employees removed from duty pending action on charges during an investigation or appeal for reasons relating to his/her physical or emotional safety and well-being of other students, faculty, employees, or college property.

The reputation of the College rests upon the shoulders of employees and students. It is hoped that each member of the college community will maintain high standards of citizenship. The campus and College will not be a place of refuge or sanctuary for illegal or irresponsible behavior. Students and employees, as all citizens, are subject to civil authority on and off the campus.

All of the College’s campuses are closed for business from 10 p.m. until 8 a.m., Monday through Saturday, as well as on Sundays and holidays. Students using classrooms and laboratories after scheduled class hours must obtain prior approval from the appropriate faculty/staff member.

Loitering is strictly prohibited. Individuals who are loitering will be asked to leave campus. Refusal to leave or returning to campus will be considered trespassing and law enforcement will be called.

In accordance with the Student Right-to-Know, the Campus Security Act of 1990, and the Clery Act, RCC promotes zero tolerance toward violence on campus, including sexual assault, harassment or any sexual offense, aggravated assault, physical confrontations of any kind, verbal threats or intent to cause harm, harassment designed to intimidate another, hate crimes, robbery, burglary, and property crimes such as larceny, destruction, and theft.

RCC has sworn law enforcement officers on campus. Their office is located in the Student Services Center at the Student Information Desk. In situations where law enforcement authority is required, the School Resource Officers (SROs) can be reached at extension 200 or 220. In case of emergency call 911 first.

During the hours of operation, individuals should report a crime/emergency by calling 911 first and then notifying the appropriate college official and/or the SRO at the campus location.

Main Campus: Contact the switchboard operator at the Student Information Desk at ext. 200 (open Monday – Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 10 p.m., and Fridays 7:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.) or any College official.

Archdale Center: Contact the Information Desk at (336) 862-7980 or any College official. The Archdale Center has a sworn law enforcement officer on campus. The officer can be contacted through the Information Desk.

ESTC: Contact Lee Ennis, director, at (336) 633-4165 or any College official.

Off-Campus: Persons in classes or College-sponsored activities located off-campus should follow the same procedures outlined above for reporting criminal actions. College administrators are to be notified of the details of the incident as soon as possible. College officials encourage accurate and prompt reporting of incidents.

All reasonable efforts will be made to maintain confidentiality. Upon receiving the report, an investigation into the incident will begin immediately. In consultation with the president, it will be determined if local law enforcement authorities should be involved and if a campus and/or community alert should be issued in the interest of public safety. The director of college safety and the SRO maintain a log, documenting all crimes reported. The information found in this report shall be open for public knowledge, except when the release of the information is prohibited by law or would jeopardize an investigation or the victim’s confidentiality.

In accordance with the Student Right-to-Know, the Campus Security Act of 1990, and the Clery Act, the College is required to provide information about serious crimes on campus, as defined by the acts, which have occurred during the last three (3) years. Again, a log of minor infractions or incidents is maintained by the safety officer and the SRO.

This Crime Statistics Report is updated annually and reported to the U.S. Department of Education, in accordance with the law, in October of each year. Copies of the Campus Crime Statistics Report and Campus Security Report (CSR) may be obtained by contacting the director of safety and emergency preparedness at 336-633-0210. Information can also be found on the college's website at http://www.randolph.edu/administration/campsafe.php.

ASHEBORO MAIN CAMPUS

Criminal Offense/ Hate Crime
Crimes on Campus
Public Property
 
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
Murder/Negligent Manslaughter
0
0
0
0
0
0
Forcible Sex offense
0
0
0
0
0
0
Non-Forcible Sex offense
0
0
0
0
0
0
Robbery
0
0
0
0
0
0
Aggravated Assault
0
0
0
0
0
0
Burglary
0
0
0
0
0
0
Motor Vehicle Theft
0
0
0
0
0
0
Arson
0
0
0
0
0
0
Any other crime involving bodily injury
0
0
0
0
0
0
Arrests and/or Disciplinary Action For:            
Illegal Weapons
3
1
0
2
0
0
Drug Arrests
1
0
2
0
0
0
Liquor Violations
1
0
0
0
0
0

ARCHDALE CENTER

Criminal Offense/ Hate Crime
Crimes on Campus
Public Property
 
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
Murder/Negligent Manslaughter
0
0
0
0
0
0
Forcible Sex offense
0
0
0
0
0
0
Non-Forcible Sex offense
0
0
0
0
0
0
Robbery
0
0
0
0
0
0
Aggravated Assault
0
0
0
0
0
0
Burglary
0
0
0
0
0
0
Motor Vehicle Theft
0
0
0
0
0
0
Arson
0
0
0
0
0
0
Any other crime involving bodily injury
0
0
0
0
0
0
Arrests and/or Disciplinary Action For:            
Illegal Weapons
0
0
0
0
0
0
Drug Arrests
0
0
0
0
0
0
Liquor Violations
0
0
0
0
0
0

It is the policy of Randolph Community College to provide employees and students an environment that is free of drugs and alcohol. This policy is established to ensure the safety and well-being of employees and students of RCC, as well as the general public. All employees (full-time, permanent part-time, part-time, temporary, or employed under College Work Study Program) and students are covered by this policy.

It is the responsibility of all employees and students to become familiar with the expectations of RCC and to comply with the provisions of this policy and to report to their immediate supervisor or advisor any observed and/or suspected violations of this policy. While visiting campus, members of the public are also required to adhere to this policy.

Alcohol and drug abuse are legitimate concerns when they impact the College and College-related activities, whether on campus or at another location. The College maintains the right to conduct random drug testing of employees as a deterrent to drug usage/activity.

Note: In the event of a conflict between the provisions of this policy and related federal/state laws or policies, the federal/state laws or policies shall always take precedence.

All psychoactive drugs (including alcohol) can produce negative health risks associated with long-term chronic use. In addition, all of these drugs can pose serious risks, such as abnormal growth, brain damage, and birth defects for the fetus of a drug-using female. Other possible health risks of using alcohol and other psychoactive drugs are central nervous system damage, depression, impaired judgment, mental confusion, gastrointestinal irritation, liver damage, malnutrition, high blood pressure, irreversible brain damage, heart disease, pancreatitis, lowered immunities, coma and death from overdose.

Narcotics (e.g., Codeine, Heroin, Morphine, Pain Killers) Anxiety, mood swings, nausea, mental confusion, constipation, respiratory depression, coma or death as a result of overdose. Depressants (e.g., Barbiturates, Valium, Xanax, Butisol, Quaalude) Central nervous system damage, depression, impaired thinking, staggering gait, visual disturbances, lethargy, allergic reactions, dizziness, nausea, death as a result of overdose.
Stimulants (Amphetamines, Cocaine, Ritalin, Dexedrine) Anxiety, agitation, malnutrition, high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, chronic sleeplessness, amphetamine psychosis, paranoia, seizures, cardiac failure. Cannabis (Marijuana, Hashish) Mental confusion and disorientation, anxiety, a motivational syndrome, throat and lung cancer (2.5 times the tar in tobacco), alterations in brain function, reproductive system abnormalities, short-term memory loss.
Hallucinogens (e.g., LSD, PCP) Visual distortions, increased heart rate and blood pressure, a motivational syndrome, psychotic episodes, panic disorders, flashbacks. Inhalants (Cleaners, Glues, Aerosol Sprays, Anesthetics, Ether) Nausea, headaches, perceptual distortions, impaired judgment, irregular heartbeat, Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS), weight loss, damage to bone marrow, lungs, liver and kidneys.

The College does not tolerate rape or other sexual offenses. Such acts violate College policy and criminal law.

Rape - North Carolina defines rape as forced sexual intercourse by a male on a female against her will. The “force” necessary to be convicted for rape can be physical force or fear, fright, or duress, and those who aid or abet may be equally guilty. Forced sexual intercourse with a woman who is physically helpless, as from overuse of alcohol, or mentally incapacitated constitutes rape.

Date or acquaintance rape describes forced intercourse by a male on a female he knows. His social relationship with the female does not make the act legal if force is used and the act is against her will. Criminal law makes no distinction between rape by an acquaintance or a stranger.

Sexual offense is a sexual act by a person of either sex where the act is by force and against the will of the victim. It does not involve intercourse.

Educational material regarding the prevention of rape/sexual offenses is available through Student Services. Other crisis counseling may be available through services such as the Family Crisis Center, (336) 629-4159, and Randolph County Mental Health Center, (336) 633-7200.

If you are the victim of rape or other sexual offenses, proper authorities (local police or Sheriff’s Office) should be notified immediately. The sooner a rape or sexual offense is reported, the sooner treatment may be provided. Remember to preserve physical evidence and do not shower, douche, or change clothes. The vice president for student services will provide assistance in such cases where the student requests help in notifying the proper authorities.

With the consent of the victim, the College shall pursue disciplinary action against the alleged offender. Students who wish to bring disciplinary actions may contact the vice president for student services. Both the accuser and the accused are provided with information in case of such allegations and both parties shall be informed of the outcome of the disciplinary hearing.

Note: The North Carolina Department of Justice maintains a registry of convicted sex offenders that can be accessed and searched at http://sexoffender.ncdoj.gov/.

It is College policy that all employees and students have a right to work and study in an environment free of discrimination and unlawful harassment, including freedom from sexual harassment. Randolph Community College prohibits sexual harassment of its employees and students in any form.

Such conduct may result in disciplinary action up to and including dismissal. Specifically, no supervisor/instructor shall threaten or insinuate, either explicitly or implicitly, that any employee's or student's submission to or rejection of sexual advances will in any way influence any decision regarding the employee's or student's (where applicable) employment, evaluation, salary, advancement, assigned duties, shifts, grades, or any other condition of employment, career, or educational development.

Other sexually harassing conduct in the workplace, whether physical or verbal, committed by supervisory or non-supervisory personnel is also prohibited. This includes offensive sexual flirtation, advances, propositions, continual or repeated abuse of a sexual nature, graphic verbal commentary about an individual's body, sexually degrading words to describe an individual, and the display in the workplace of sexually suggestive objects or pictures.

Employees who have complaints of sexual or other unlawful harassment should report such conduct in writing to their supervisors. If this is not appropriate, they should report such conduct in writing to the human resource officer. Students should report such conduct to the vice president for student services. All complaints of sexual or other unlawful harassment will be handled in a timely and confidential manner. Where investigations confirm the allegations, appropriate corrective action will be taken.

To describe the weapons policy for the main Campus, the Archdale Center and the Emergency Services Training Center

It is the policy of Randolph Community College to prohibit the possession, carry, display and/or discharge of any weapon defined by GS 14-269(a) or firearm on any campus, property or remote training location of Randolph Community College, with the following exceptions:

(1)"On-Duty" sworn Law Enforcement Officers when acting in the discharge of their official duties.

(2) Armed forces personnel, officers and soldiers of the militia and National Guard and any private police employed by an educational institution when acting in the discharge of their official duties and students and instructors using weapons in college approved instruction may have firearms as required.

(3) "Off-Duty" sworn Law Enforcement Officers provided they have prior written approval from the director of safety and emergency preparedness (if on the Asheboro Campus), the director of the Archdale Center (if at the Archdale Center), or the director of the Emergency Services Training Center (if at the Training Center) and are in uniform or plain clothes with their official agency badge displayed with their weapon. The president or the vice president for administrative services can also grant approval.

(4) Employees of Randolph Community College who are sworn Law Enforcement Officers provided they have prior written approval from the College president or his designee.

(5) A weapon used solely for educational or school-sanctioned ceremonial purposes, or used in a school-approved program with prior written approval from the director of safety and emergency preparedness (if on the Asheboro Campus), the director of the Archdale Center (if at the Archdale Center), or the director of the Emergency Services Training Center (if at the Training Center).

(6) House Bill 937/Session Law 2013-369 enacts: a firearm is permissible on a community college campus only under the following limited circumstances:

a. The firearm is a handgun; AND
b. The individual has a valid concealed handgun permit or is exempt from the law requiring a permit; AND
c. The handgun remains in either: a closed compartment or container within the individual with the permit’s locked vehicle; or a locked container securely affixed to the individual with the permit’s locked vehicle: AND
d. The vehicle is only unlocked when the individual with the permit is entering or exiting the vehicle; AND
e. The firearm remains in the closed compartment at all times.

In addition to a violation of Randolph Community College policy, in some instances it may also be a violation of a North Carolina General Statute. In such cases, violators will be prosecuted accordingly.

Note: The definition of a student is a person enrolled in a public or private school, college or university, or a person who has been suspended or expelled within the last five years from a public or private school, college, or university, whether the person is an adult or a minor.

In addition, anyone using the firing range at the Emergency Services Training Center who is not enrolled in a class will be required to sign a waiver of liability, an application for facility use, and a daily log form. The daily log form will state the associated agency, exact time of use on and off the range, and the qualified instructor acting as the supervisor.

  • Annual written notification of college’s policy on alcohol and drug abuse, sexual offenses, and campus safety and security
  • Participation in an assistance program with the local mental health center
  • Referrals to local agencies such as hospitals, social services, self-help groups, etc.
  • Counseling through Student Services
  • Literature is available on various health and safety issues including alcohol prevention, drug abuse, sexual offense, etc.

Professionally trained counselors are available to assist students at Randolph Community College with academic/educational, occupational, and personal problems. Counseling services are available during the College’s day and evening operating hours, except weekends, and may be used by applicants and the general community, as well as by current and former students. Those in need of counseling services are encouraged to contact a member of the counseling staff. Individual appointments are recommended and most often can be made at a time convenient to the student. Additional resources are listed below.

Randolph County

Randolph County
Emergency Services

152 N. Fayetteville Street
Asheboro , NC 27203
Phone: (336) 318-6911

Asheboro City Police
205 East Academy Street
Asheboro, NC 27203
Phone: (336) 318-6927

Randolph County
Sheriff’s Office

727 McDowell Street
Asheboro , NC 27203
Phone: (336) 318-6699

Family Crisis Center
PO Box 2161
Asheboro, NC 27204
Phone: (336) 629-4159
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Family Crisis Center
Archdale, NC
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Randolph Hospital
364 White Oak Street
Asheboro , NC 27203
Phone: (336) 625-5151

Randolph County
Dept. of Social Services

1512 N. Fayetteville Street.
Asheboro, NC 27203
Asheboro:
(336) 683-8000
Greensboro/Liberty
(336) 315-8000
Archdale/High Point/Trinity
(336) 878-8000

Randolph County
Health Department

2222B S. Fayetteville Street
Asheboro , NC 27203

Asheboro
(336) 318-6200
Greensboro/Liberty
(336) 218-4200
Archdale/High Point/Trinity
(336) 819-3200
Randolph County
Mental Health Center
110 W Walker Avenue Asheboro, NC 27203 Phone: (336) 633-7200
Emerency Phone Number (336) 644-7207

Archdale Police Department
305 Balfour Drive, Archdale, NC 27263
Phone: (336) 431-3134

National Certified Crisis Hotline (800-SUICIDE)  

Jeanne Clery Act

As Amended Through 2008

20 U.S.C. § 1092(f) Disclosure of campus security policy and campus crime statistics

  1. Each eligible institution participating in any program under this title, other than a foreign institution higher education, shall on August 1, 1991, begin to collect the following information with respect to campus crime statistics and campus security policies of that institution, and beginning September 1, 1992, and each year thereafter, prepare, publish, and distribute, through appropriate publications or mailings, to all current students and employees, and to any applicant for enrollment or employment upon request, an annual security report containing at least the following information with respect to the campus security policies and campus crime statistics of that institution:
    1. A statement of current campus policies regarding procedures and facilities for students and others to report criminal actions or other emergencies occurring on campus and policies concerning the institution's response to such reports.
    2. A statement of current policies concerning security and access to campus facilities, including campus residences, and security considerations used in the maintenance of campus facilities.
    3. A statement of current policies concerning campus law enforcement, including--
      1. the law enforcement authority of campus security personnel;
      2. the working relationship of campus security personnel with State and local law enforcement agencies, including whether the institution has agreements with such agencies, such as written memoranda of understanding, for the investigation of alleged criminal offenses; and
      3. policies which encourage accurate and prompt reporting of all crimes to the campus police and the appropriate law enforcement agencies.
    4. A description of the type and frequency of programs designed to inform students and employees about campus security procedures and practices and to encourage students and employees to be responsible for their own security and the security of others.
    5. A description of programs designed to inform students and employees about the prevention of crimes.
    6. Statistics concerning the occurrence on campus, in or on noncampus buildings or property, and on public property during the most recent calendar year, and during the 2 preceding calendar years for which data are available--
      1. of the following criminal offenses reported to campus security authorities or local police agencies:
        1. murder;
        2. sex offenses, forcible or nonforcible;
        3. robbery;
        4. aggravated assault;
        5. burglary;
        6. motor vehicle theft;
        7. manslaughter;
        8. arson; and
        9. arrests or persons referred for campus disciplinary action for liquor law violations, drug-related violations, and weapons possession; and
      2. of the crimes described in subclauses (I) through (VIII) of clause(i), andclause (i), of larceny-theft, simple assault, intimidation, and destruction, damage, or vandalism of property, and of other crimes involving bodily injury to any person, in which the victim is intentionally selected because of the actual or perceived race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or disability of the victim that are reported to campus security authorities or local police agencies, which data shall be collected and reported according to category of prejudice.
    7. A statement of policy concerning the monitoring and recording through local police agencies of criminal activity at off-campus student organizations which are recognized by the institution and that are engaged in by students attending the institution, including those student organizations with off-campus housing facilities.
    8. A statement of policy regarding the possession, use, and sale of alcoholic beverages and enforcement of State underage drinking laws and a statement of policy regarding the possession, use, and sale of illegal drugs and enforcement of Federal and State drug laws and a description of any drug or alcohol abuse education programs as required under section 120 of this Act [20 USCS § 1011i].
    9. A statement advising the campus community where law enforcement agency information provided by a State under section 170101(j) of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (42 U.S.C. 14071(j)), concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained, such as the law enforcement office of the institution, a local law enforcement agency with jurisdiction for the campus, or a computer network address.
    10. A statement of current campus policies regarding immediate emergency response and evacuation procedures, including the use of electronic and cellular communication (if appropriate), which policies shall include procedures to-
      1. immediately notify the campus community upon the confirmation of a significant emergency or dangerous situation involving an immediate threat to the health or safety of students or staff occurring on the campus, as defined in paragraph (6), unless issuing a notification will compromise efforts to contain the emergency;
      2. publicize emergency response and evacuation procedures on an annual basis in a manner designed to reach students and staff; and
      3. test emergency response and evacuation procedures on an annual basis.
  2. Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to authorize the Secretary to require particular policies, procedures, or practices by institutions of higher education with respect to campus crimes or campus security.
  3. Each institution participating in any program under this title shall make timely reports to the campus community on crimes considered to be a threat to other students and employees described in paragraph (1)(F) that are reported to campus security or local law police agencies. Such reports shall be provided to students and employees in a manner that is timely and that will aid in the prevention of similar occurrences.

    1. Each institution participating in any program under this title that maintains a police or security department of any kind shall make, keep, and maintain a daily log, written in a form that can be easily understood, recording all crimes reported to such police or security department, including--
      1. the nature, date, time, and general location of each crime; and
      2. the disposition of the complaint, if known

      1. All entries that are required pursuant to this paragraph shall, except where disclosure of such information is prohibited by law or such disclosure would jeopardize the confidentiality of the victim, be open to public inspection within two business days of the initial report being made to the department or a campus security authority.
      2. If new information about an entry into a log becomes available to a police or security department, then the new information shall be recorded in the log not later than two business days after the information becomes available to the police or security department.
      3. If there is clear and convincing evidence that the release of such information would jeopardize an ongoing criminal investigation or the safety of an individual, cause a suspect to flee or evade detection, or result in the destruction of evidence, such information may be withheld until that damage is no longer likely to occur from the release of such information.
  4. On an annual basis, each institution participating in any program under this title shall submit to the Secretary a copy of the statistics required to be made available under paragraph (1)(F). The Secretary shall--
    1. review such statistics and report to the authorizing committees on campus crime statistics by September 1, 2000;
    2. make copies of the statistics submitted to the Secretary available to the public; and
    3. in coordination with representatives of institutions of higher education, identify exemplary campus security policies, procedures, and practices and disseminate information concerning those policies, procedures, and practices that have proven effective in the reduction of campus crime.

    1. In this subsection:
      1. The term "campus" means--
        1. any building or property owned or controlled by an institution of higher education within the same reasonably contiguous geographic area of the institution and used by the institution in direct support of, or in a manner related to, the institution's educational purposes, including residence halls; and
        2. property within the same reasonably contiguous geographic area of the institution that is owned by the institution but controlled by another person, is used by students, and supports institutional purposes (such as a food or other retail vendor).
      2. The term "noncampus building or property" means--
        1. any building or property owned or controlled by a student organization recognized by the institution; and
        2. any building or property (other than a branch campus) owned or controlled by an institution of higher education that is used in direct support of, or in relation to, the institution's educational purposes, is used by students, and is not within the same reasonably contiguous geographic area of the institution.
      3. The term "public property" means all public property that is within the same reasonably contiguous geographic area of the institution, such as a sidewalk, a street, other thoroughfare, or parking facility, and is adjacent to a facility owned or controlled by the institution if the facility is used by the institution in direct support of, or in a manner related to the institution's educational purposes.
    2. In cases where branch campuses of an institution of higher education, schools within an institution of higher education, or administrative divisions within an institution are not within a reasonably contiguous geographic area, such entities shall be considered separate campuses for purposes of the reporting requirements of this section.
  5. The statistics described in paragraphs (1)(F) shall be compiled in accordance with the definitions used in the uniform crime reporting system of the Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the modifications in such definitions as implemented pursuant to the Hate Crime Statistics Act [28 USCS § 534 note]. Such statistics shall not identify victims of crimes or persons accused of crimes.

    1. Each institution of higher education participating in any program under this title shall develop and distribute as part of the report described in paragraph (1) a statement of policy regarding--
      1. such institution's campus sexual assault programs, which shall be aimed at prevention of sex offenses; and
      2. the procedures followed once a sex offense has occurred.
    2. The policy described in subparagraph (A) shall address the following areas:
      1. Education programs to promote the awareness of rape, acquaintance rape, and other sex offenses.
      2. Possible sanctions to be imposed following the final determination of an on-campus disciplinary procedure regarding rape, acquaintance rape, or other sex offenses, forcible or nonforcible.
      3. Procedures students should follow if a sex offense occurs, including who should be contacted, the importance of preserving evidence as may be necessary to the proof of criminal sexual assault, and to whom the alleged offense should be reported.
      4. Procedures for on-campus disciplinary action in cases of alleged sexual assault, which shall include a clear statement that--
        1. the accuser and the accused are entitled to the same opportunities to have others present during a campus disciplinary proceeding; and
        2. both the accuser and the accused shall be informed of the outcome of any campus disciplinary proceeding brought alleging a sexual assault.
      5. Informing students of their options to notify proper law enforcement authorities, including on-campus and local police, and the option to be assisted by campus authorities in notifying such authorities, if the student so chooses.
      6. Notification of students of existing counseling, mental health or student services for victims of sexual assault, both on campus and in the community.
      7. Notification of students of options for, and available assistance in, changing academic and living situations after an alleged sexual assault incident, if so requested by the victim and if such changes are reasonably available.
    3. Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed to confer a private right of action upon any person to enforce the provisions of this paragraph.
  6. The Secretary shall provide technical assistance in complying with the provisions of this section to an institution of higher education who requests such assistance.
  7. Nothing in this section shall be construed to require the reporting or disclosure of privileged information.
  8. The Secretary shall report to the appropriate committees of Congress each institution of higher education that the Secretary determines is not in compliance with the reporting requirements of this subsection.
  9. For purposes of reporting the statistics with respect to crimes described in paragraph (1)(F), an institution of higher education shall distinguish, by means of separate categories, any criminal offenses that occur--
    1. on campus;
    2. in or on a noncampus building or property;
    3. on public property; and
    4. in dormitories or other residential facilities for students on campus.
  10. Upon a determination pursuant to section 487(c)(3)(B) [20 USCS § 1094(c)(3)(B)] that an institution of higher education has substantially misrepresented the number, location, or nature of the crimes required to be reported under this subsection, the Secretary shall impose a civil penalty upon the institution in the same amount and pursuant to the same procedures as a civil penalty is imposed under section 487(c)(3)(B) [20 USCS § 1094(c)(3)(B)].

    1. Nothing in this subsection may be construed to--
      1. create a cause of action against any institution of higher education or any employee of such an institution for any civil liability; or
      2. establish any standard of care.
    2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, evidence regarding compliance or noncompliance with this subsection shall not be admissible as evidence in any proceeding of any court, agency, board, or other entity, except with respect to an action to enforce this subsection.
  11. The Secretary shall annually report to the authorizing committees regarding compliance with this subsection by institutions of higher education, including an up-to-date report on the Secretary's monitoring of such compliance.
  12. The Secretary may seek the advice and counsel of the Attorney General concerning the development, and dissemination to institutions of higher education, of best practices information about campus safety and emergencies.
  13. Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to permit an institution, or an officer, employee, or agent of an institution, participating in any program under this title to retaliate, intimidate, threaten, coerce, or otherwise discriminate against any individual with respect to the implementation of any provision of this subsection.
  14. This subsection may be cited as the "Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act".