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UAS makes safety a top priority and it expects its students to take a responsible attitude toward their own safety and the safety of their fellow students. Crime prevention and safety is the primary responsibility of UAS, but it takes the cooperation of all members of the campus community to achieve a safe environment. The three campuses of UAS are very safe, as compared to many universities, but safety should never be taken for granted. Victims and/or witnesses of crime, no matter how small, should report incidents to the police and to UAS officials, to maintain the safe living and learning environment.

The municipal police department has the responsibility to enforce the law and to respond to all reports of criminal activity. The University 's Facilities Services department has jurisdiction over the UAS efforts to promote safety and security on its campuses.

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act is a federal mandate requiring all institutions of higher education (IHE’s) that participate in the federal student financial aid program to disclose information about crime on their campuses and surrounding properties. The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 requires campuses include incidents of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking in these reports. The Clery Act also requires institutions to provide timely warnings of crimes that represent a threat to the community and publish their campus security policies.

Student and employee safety and campus security are priorities at our Juneau, Ketchikan and Sitka UAS campuses. While our campuses are relatively safe environments in which to study and socialize, it is the responsibility of the entire campus community to be aware of potentially unsafe situations. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to report any crime or suspicious activity to a university official or local law enforcement.

The Clery Act requires that all staff, faculty and students have access to these crime statistics. For more information about campus safety and security strategies and resources, as well as our annual statistics, please review the UAS Annual Security Report. For more information about the report, please contact:

Lori Klein, Title IX Coordinator
11066 Auke Lake Way
Juneau, AK 99801
laklein@alaska.edu
907-796-6036

Juneau Campus Crime Stats (2014-2016)

Juneau campus crime statistics were compiled in conjunction with Juneau campus officials and the Juneau Police Department.

KEY: C=On Campus*, R=Residence Facilities, N=Non Campus Buildings, P=Public Property

* On-campus is the sum of Residence Facilities plus any other crimes reported on main campus.


Criminal Offenses

2014 2015 2016
CRNP CRNP CRNP
Manslaughter0000 0000 0000
Negligent Manslaughter0000 0000 0000
Sex Offenses-Rape1100 0000 0000
Sex Offenses-Fondling2210 2100 2200
Sex Offenses-Incest0000 0000 0000
Sex Offenses-Statutory Rape0000 0000 0000
Burglary0000 0000 1105
Robbery0000 0000 0000
Aggravated Assault0000 0000 0000
Motor Vehicle Theft1001 0000 1101
Arson0000 0000 0000

Arrests

2014 2015 2016
CRNP CRNP CRNP
Liquor Law Violations5500 2200 0000
Drug Abuse Violations0000 0000 0000
Weapons: Carrying, Possessing, etc.0000 0000 0000

Disciplinary Action

2014 2015 2016
CRNP CRNP CRNP
Liquor Law Violations232300 262600 222100
Drug Abuse Violations9900 3300 3200
Weapons: Carrying, Possessing, etc.0000 0000 0000

VAWA Offenses

2014 2015 2016
CRNP CRNP CRNP
Dating Violence0000 0000 3300
Domestic Violence0000 0000 0000
Stalking0000 1000 1100

Hate Crimes — Calendar Years 2014–2016

A hate crime is a crime that manifests evidence that the victim was intentionally selected because of the perpetrators bias against the victim’s race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity/national origin, or disability. Hate crime statistics include the crimes listed in the table above and includes additional categories: simple assault; intimidation, destruction, damage, or vandalism of property; or any other crime that involves bodily injury to any person.

Hate Crimes for the Juneau Campus

2014
One non-campus intimidation incident characterized by a bias against sexual orientation.
2015
0 hate crimes
2016
0 hate crimes

Ketchikan Campus Crime Stats (2014-2016)

Ketchikan campus crime statistics were compiled in conjunction with campus officials and the Ketchikan Police Department.

KEY: C=On Campus, N=Non Campus Buildings, P=Public Property

Note: the Ketchikan campus does not have residential facilities.


Criminal Offenses

2014 2015 2016
CNP CNP CNP
Manslaughter000 000 000
Negligent Manslaughter000 000 000
Sex Offenses-Rape000 000 000
Sex Offenses-Fondling000 000 000
Sex Offenses-Incest000 000 000
Sex Offenses-Statutory Rape000 000 000
Burglary000 000 000
Robbery000 000 000
Aggravated Assault000 000 000
Motor Vehicle Theft000 000 000
Arson000 000 000

Arrests

2014 2015 2016
CNP CNP CNP
Liquor Law Violations000 000 002
Drug Abuse Violations000 000 000
Weapons Carrying, Possessing, etc.000 000 000

Disciplinary Action

2014 2015 2016
CNP CNP CNP
Liquor Law Violations000 000 000
Drug Abuse Violations000 000 000
Weapons Carrying, Possessing, etc.000 000 000

VAWA Offenses

2014 2015 2016
CNP CNP CNP
Dating Violence000 000 000
Domestic Violence000 000 000
Stalking000 000 100

Hate Crimes — Calendar Years 2014–2016

A hate crime is a crime that manifests evidence that the victim was intentionally selected because of the perpetrators bias against the victim’s race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity/national origin, or disability. Hate crime statistics include the crimes listed in the table above and includes additional categories: simple assault; intimidation, destruction, damage, or vandalism of property; or any other crime that involves bodily injury to any person.

The University of Alaska Southeast has no hate crimes to report for the years of 2014–2016 for the Ketchikan campus.

Sitka Campus Crime Stats (2014-2016)

Sitka campus crime stats were compiled in conjunction with Sitka campus officials and the Sitka Police Department.

KEY: C=On Campus, N=Non Campus Buildings, P=Public Property

Note: the Sitka campus does not have residential facilities.


Criminal Offenses

2014 2015 2016
CNP CNP CNP
Manslaughter000 000 000
Negligent Manslaughter000 000 000
Sex Offenses-Rape000 000 010
Sex Offenses-Fondling000 000 000
Sex Offenses-Incest000 000 000
Sex Offenses-Statutory Rape000 000 000
Burglary000 000 000
Robbery000 000 000
Aggravated Assault000 000 000
Motor Vehicle Theft000 000 000
Arson000 000 000

Arrests

2014 2015 2016
CNP CNP CNP
Liquor Law Violations000 000 000
Drug Abuse Violations000 000 000
Weapons Carrying, Possessing, etc.000 000 000

Disciplinary Action

2014 2015 2016
CNP CNP CNP
Liquor Law Violations000 000 000
Drug Abuse Violations000 000 000
Weapons Carrying, Possessing, etc.000 000 000

VAWA Offenses

2014 2015 2016
CNP CNP CNP
Dating Violence000 000 000
Domestic Violence000 000 000
Stalking000 000 000

Hate Crimes — Calendar Years 2014–2016

A hate crime is a crime that manifests evidence that the victim was intentionally selected because of the perpetrators bias against the victim’s race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity/national origin, or disability. Hate crime statistics include the crimes listed in the table above and includes additional categories: simple assault; intimidation, destruction, damage, or vandalism of property; or any other crime that involves bodily injury to any person.

The University of Alaska Southeast has no hate crimes to report for the years of 2014–2016 for the Sitka campus.

 
 

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