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CALENDAR YEAR 2009
Coconino Community College Assistance
Resources in the Flagstaff Area
All of these agencies are committed to providing caring, effective and
consistent information and resources to those in need.
Security( Lone Tree) 226-4304
Security (Fourth Street) 526-7611
Flagstaff Police Department 774-1414
NAU Police Department 523-3611
Page Police Department 645-2463
Williams Police Department 635-4461
Coconino County Sheriff 774-4523
Silent Witness 774-6111
Coconino County Health Department (928) 679-7272
Coconino County Community Guidance Center Inc. Services
220 W. Grant St. Williams, AZ 86046 928-635-4272
Coconino County Health Department Williams
850 West Grant, Williams, AZ 86046
Toll Free 1-877-679-7272
Another Way Coconino County Community Services
P.O. Box 3686 Page, AZ 86040
Coconino County Health Department
467 Vista Avenue, Page, AZ 86040
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 970, Page, AZ 86040
Toll Free: 1-888-645-2283 (Page)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
About Coconino Community College 4
Campus Safety and Security Information 4
Personal Responsibility 4
Emergency Operation Plan 4
Campus Security 5
College Policies for Reporting Crime or Emergencies 5
Official Memorandum of Understanding 5
Timely Warning Policy 6
Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act Information 6
Education and Prevention Programs 6
Reporting Sexual Assaults 7
College Procedures Regarding Sexual Assault 7
Hate Crimes 8
Drugs, Alcohol and Weapons 8
Building Access 8
Safety Walk 8
Important Phone Numbers 9
On Campus Housing 9
Annual Fire safety Report 9
Important Phone Numbers 10
Additional Informational Web Site 10
Crime Statistics Lone Tree Campus 11
Crime Statistics Fourth St Campus 12
Crime Statistics Page Campus 13
Crime Statistics Williams Campus 14
Crime Definitions 15
ABOUT COCONINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Anchored in the largest stand of ponderosa pine trees in the world, Coconino
Community College is comprised of four separate campuses across northern
Arizona; Lone Tree Campus and District Offices, Fourth Street Campus and
Technology Center, both in Flagstaff Ariz., Page / Lake Powell Campus and
the Williams Campus. CCC also sponsors extended learning sites at the
Grand Canyon, Fredonia and Dine’ College in Tuba City. CCC has a
combined enrollment of nearly 5,000 students and employs more than 400
full and parttime staff and faculty members.
CAMPUS SAFETY AND SECURITY INFORMATION
Coconino Community College is committed to maintaining a safe and
professional environment conducive to educational pursuits throughout its district. This publication is reflective of our commitment to safety and our compliance with the Student Right to Know and the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, renamed the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of
Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998.
It is in the interest of your safety that you become familiar with this material. For your convenience, this Campus Security Report is available online at:
Printed copies are available at various locations throughout our campuses and upon request through Campus Security on the Lone Tree Campus.
EMERGENCY OPERATION PLAN
CCC proudly announces the adoption of a new comprehensive Emergency Operation Plan, adopted by the College Council within the last year. Part of the plan includes an extensive Emergency Notification System. This system
includes “CCC Alert” emergency text messaging system, employee email and student email as well as other manners of mass notification. This system will be used to immediately and without any delay, 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 on campus, as defined by the Clery Act. Warnings may only be withheld if they would compromise efforts to contain the emergency.
Coconino Community College employs staff as inhouse security that works closely with area law enforcement agencies. Campus Security is comprised of private, nonsworn officers. Although they do not have arrest authority beyond that provided to all citizens by Arizona Revised Statutes, the College does grant Campus Security authority to detain individuals on College
On the Lone Tree Campus, Security is present whenever the buildings are open. On the Fourth Street Campus and Technology Center, Security is
generally present from midday to closing. At other extension sites, Security is provided by a combination of inhouse Security and local law enforcement agencies.
Campus Security will help you in any fashion they can, including the
investigation of crimes and traffic collisions, escorts to vehicles, monitoring of parking lots and such.
Other Campus Security Authorities have been identified in addition to Campus Security and law enforcement agencies. These persons are employees of the College or contracted businesses on or directly adjacent to and accessible from campus, and are trained in what to do to help persons who report crimes or request assistance. In any case, all these persons will assist you by contacting Campus Security or the appropriate law enforcement agency.
OFFICIAL MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
CCC currently does not have official Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with local law enforcement agencies. CCC’s security department consists of unsworn civilian security guards, so investigation of crimes committed on CCC campuses is the responsibility of the appropriate law enforcement agency, which include Flagstaff Police Department, Page Police Department & Williams Police Department. These departments are comprised of state certified law enforcement officers.
COLLEGE POLICIES FOR REPORTING CRIME OR EMERGENCIES
Witnesses and / or victims of criminal actions, suspicious incidents, illnesses and other emergencies are strongly encouraged to report such events to
Campus Security, local law enforcement agencies or a Campus Security
Authority. Any of these persons or other College authorities will provide
direction in how to report to law enforcement agencies. Additionally, the
College will assist in making appropriate referrals to medical and / or social service agencies.
In life-threatening situations, please call 9-1-1 from a non-campus phone.
In-house phones have Campus Security phone numbers and 9-9-1-1 on speed dial.
Under the supervision of the Executive Director for Facilities, the Security Supervisor prepares the annual disclosure of the Campus Security Report. Data for the report is gathered from in-house resources as well as area law
TIMELY WARNING POLICY
Coconino Community College maintains a Timely Warning Policy to notify the campus community of reported crimes including hate crimes that are
considered by CCC to be a threat to students and employees. Timely
Warnings will be issued via a variety of media including but not limited to
postings, email, telephone, word of mouth and other means as appropriate.
EDUCATION AND PREVENTION PROGRAMS
Although Coconino Community College does not provide a structured crime prevention education program, information concerning certain college issues is available through the Student Affairs Department and Campus Security.
• Explanation and discussion of crimes that may be committed on campus
• Information about reporting procedures
• Discussion of self-protection issues
• Encouragement toward proper care in locking valuables
• Advice for traveling about campus at night
• An extensive list of community referral services
• Numerous publications on drug and alcohol education programs
CAMPUS SEX CRIMES PREVENTION ACT
The Federal Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act requires institutions of higher education to let the campus community know where to find information about registered sex offenders. The State of Arizona is responsible for tracking
convicted sex offenders in Arizona. Local county sheriff’s departments keep residency information on level II and III offenders. This information may be
located on the Arizona Sex Offender Web page at;
which is linked on the Campus Security Web page.
REPORTING SEXUAL ASSAULTS
Any victim of a sexual assault should immediately report the incident.
Reporting does not necessarily constitute filing criminal charges. Persons who choose to report the assault should be aware of the importance of immediacy in reporting the incident; in preserving physical evidence at the assault scene; and in preserving physical evidence on the person assaulted. The gathering of physical evidence is paramount to filing charges and successful prosecution, assuming the victim wishes to pursue criminal charges.
Upon request, Campus Security Authorities will assist the reporting person in notifying authorities and seeking medical and counseling facilities. Regardless of when a report is made, there are support systems available.
COLLEGE PROCEDURES REGARDING SEXUAL
In the event the accused and the accuser are both either students or employees, in house recourse may be pursued through the applicable codes of conduct. In addition to criminal charges, students, staff or faculty persons have the right to file a complaint through either the Student Support Services Department or Human Resources.
Both the accused and the accuser may have an individual of their choice present to advise or support them. The advisor may not participate in the hearing unless he is a witness, investigative lead or asked to assist in clarification as determined by the mediator of the hearing. Both the accused and the accuser will be informed of the outcome (final determination and any sanction against the accused) as soon as is reasonably possible. Sanctions may vary in severity up to and including expulsion or termination.
Coconino Community College will change the victim’s academic situation if the change is requested and is reasonably available.
Victims of sexual assault have the right to prosecute the assailant criminally. They also may file a complaint through the College disciplinary system. In addition to legal and collegiate action, a victim of a sexual assault may enlist the services of a private attorney (on his / her own accord) for the purpose of seeking civil redress to recover damages.
Crime prevention starts with the individual. The Facilities and Maintenance Departments of Coconino Community College make every effort to ensure our campuses are well lighted and maintained. Campus Security makes every effort to ensure the campuses are well patrolled, but crimes still can occur. Always be aware of your surroundings and make use of the programs the
college offers, such as the Safety Walk service.
Several of our campuses are rather remote and some individuals occasionally feel uncomfortable walking alone. As a free service, Campus Security, when available will escort students, staff or faculty members to and from any campus destination if requested.
To view open/close hours for all campuses, go to; http://www.coconino.edu/business/facilities/security/campushours/Pages/CampusHours.aspx
During times when there are no classes or other college business or functions, the buildings are closed.
Campus Security is responsible for maintaining building keys and issues them only after proper authorization by college administrators. Building access is controlled by a combination of mechanical and electronic locking systems. Additionally, the Lone Tree and Fourth Street campuses are equipped with electronic surveillance systems.
CCC regularly tracks and reports as hate crimes any occurrence of criminal homicide, sex offenses, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft, arson and any other crime involving bodily injury reported to local law enforcement agencies or a campus security authority that manifests evidence that the victim was intentionally selected because of the perpetrator’s bias. Hate crime reporting has now been expanded to include the crimes of larceny, theft, simple assault, intimidation and vandalism.
DRUGS, ALCOHOL AND WEAPONS
In compliance with the DrugFree Schools and Communities Act
Amendment of 1989 (Public Law 101226), Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988 (Public Law 100690), Policy and Procedure 503.1, Student Code of Conduct and Policy and Procedure 106.1, Drug and Alcohol Free
Workplace, the College prohibits the unlawful manufacture, distribution, possession, and / or use of a controlled substance or alcohol and prohibited weapons in the workplace, learning environment, and facilities owned and / or controlled by the College.
ON CAMPUS HOUSING
CCC provides no on-campus housing for students. As a result, this Annual Campus Crime Report does not include a statement regarding missing student notifications. Missing person reports, in general, are referred to the appropriate law enforcement agency for investigation.
ANNUAL FIRE SAFETY REPORT
Because CCC provides no on-campus housing for students, we are not required to distribute an annual fire safety report and maintain a fire log. Incidents
considered to be arson are included in the Annual Campus Crime Report as a
matter of course. Noteworthy though, is the fact that all CCC buildings are equipped with fire alarms and fire suppressing sprinkler systems which are inspected for functionality annually.
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
Lone Tree Campus 928-527-1222 Campus Security Offices
Fourth Street Campus 928-526-7600
Page Campus 928-645-3987
Williams Campus 928-635-1325
Lone Tree Campus 928-226-4304 Law Enforcement Agencies (emergency) 911
Fourth Street Campus 928-526-7611
Page Campus 928-660-0260
Flagstaff Police 928-774-1414
Coconino County Sheriff 928-744-4523
Williams Police 928-635 4461
Page Police 928-645-2461
FLAGSTAFF LONE TREE CAMPUS
& DISTRICT OFFICES
FLAGSTAFF FOURTH STREET CAMPUS
& TECHNOLOGY CENTER
PAGE / LAKE POWELL CAMPUS
Murder: The willful killing of one human being by another.
Negligent Manslaughter: The killing of another person through gross negligence.
Forcible Sex Offense: Any sexual act directed against another person, forcibly or against that person's will. Includes forcible rape, forcible sodomy, sexual assault with an object, and forcible fondling.
Non-Forcible Sex Offense: Unlawful, non-forcible intercourse. Includes incest and statutory rape.
Robbery: The taking, or attempted taking, of anything of value from one person by another, in which the offender uses force or the threat of violence.
Aggravated assault: An attack by one person upon another, in which the offender uses or displays a weapon in a threatening manner or the victim suffers severe injury involving apparent broken bones, loss of teeth, possible internal injury, severe laceration, or loss of consciousness.
Simple Assault: An unlawful physical attack by one person upon another where neither the offender displays a weapon, nor the victim suffers obvious severe or aggravated bodily injury involving apparent broken bones, loss of teeth, possible internal injury, severe laceration, or loss of consciousness.
Intimidation: To unlawfully place another person in reasonable fear of bodily harm through the use of threatening words and/or other conduct but without displaying a weapon or subjecting the victim to actual physical attack.
Burglary: The unlawful entry into a building or other structure with the intent to commit a felony or a theft.
Theft: The unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property from the possession or constructive possession of another person.
Motor-vehicle theft: The theft of a motor vehicle, including automobiles, trucks, motorcycles and mopeds.
Arson: To unlawfully and intentionally damage, or attempt to damage, any real or personal property by fire or incendiary device.
Destruction of Property/Vandalism: To willfully or maliciously destroy, damage, deface or otherwise injure real or personal property without the consent of the owner or the person having custody or control of it.
Liquor-law violation: The violation of laws prohibiting the manufacture, sale, purchase, transportation, possession, or use of alcoholic beverages. Does not include driving under the influence or drunkenness violations.
Drug-law violation: The violation of laws prohibiting the production, possession, distribution, and/or use of certain controlled substances and the equipment needed to produce or use them.
Weapon-law violation: The violation of laws prohibiting the manufacture, sale, purchase, transportation, possession, concealment, or use of firearms, knives, explosives, or other deadly weapons and or dangerous instruments.
CCC Lone Tree Campus & District Offices
2800 S. Lone Tree Rd.
Flagstaff, Az 86001
CCC is an AA/BO Institution and complies with ADA.
Produced by the Security Office 8/2010