Annual Security Report
Everyone on campus plays an important role in preventing and reporting crime.
It is essential that we all cooperate with each other in order to reach our goal of maintaining safe campus. Do your part, be respectful of others and yourself, report any crimes or disturbances to Security immediately.
The Annual Security Report outlines crimes that were reported for the last three calendar years. The annual Fire Safety Report outlines fires that occurred for the last three calendar years. The report also contains Sexual Assault & Misconduct policies, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking policies, Alcohol & Drug policies, as well as information about the many ways to help promote campus safety.
Annual Security Report, including the Annual Fire Safety Report, the 2020 Clery Act Report, and additional information. This version is published September, 2021.
- General information
- Annual fire safety report
- City parking ordinances
- City noise ordinances
- Security policies and procedures
- Drugs and alcohol
- Sexual assault; prevention and aid
- Crime statistics
- Emergency numbers
The information provided in this guide is in voluntary compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act, formerly known as the Campus Security Act, passed by congress in November 1990. It details the policies and procedures that Beloit College uses to help deter and respond to crimes on campus, methods for reporting crimes, support and assistance available, and guidelines to follow in the event of emergencies.
The information provided in this guide is also in voluntary compliance with portions of the Higher Education Act of 2008, the Office of Civil Rights 2011 Dear Colleague letter, the VAWA, the saVE Act, and the 2014 Department of Education 34CFR Part668 VAWA Final Regulations.