The Jeanne Clery Act

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Overview

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (commonly known as the Clery Act) is federal legislation designed to provide students, prospective students, and the public with uniform information from universities throughout the country on criminal problems and police and security issues. This information meets all reporting requirements as set forth in the Clery Act. Criminal statistics are updated by October 1 of each year and include data from the three previous calendar years.

​​​​​San José City College​​​​​​​​​

Criminal Offenses - On campus​​​​​​

Criminal OffenseTotal Occu​​rrences – On Campus
  2015 2016 ​2017

a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughte​​​r

0 0 ​0​​​​

b. Negligent manslaughter

0 0 ​0​​​​​

c. Sex offenses - Forcible

0 0 ​0​

d. Rape

0 0 ​0​

e. Fondling

01 ​0

f. Sex offenses - Non-forcible

0 0 ​0​

g. Incest 

0 0 ​0​​​

h. Statutory rape

0 0 ​0​

i. Robbery

0 0 ​0​

j. Aggravated assault

0 0 ​0​​

k. Burglary

20
​6

l. Motor vehicle theft            

13 ​4

m. Arson          

0 0 ​0​​

San José City College​

​Criminal Offenses – Public Property

Criminal Offense ​Total Occurrences – On Campus ​
  2015 2016 ​2017

a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0 0 ​0​

b. Negligent manslaughter

0 0 ​0​​

c. Sex offenses - Forcible

0 0 ​0​​

d. Rape

0 0 ​0​

e. Fondling

0 0 ​0​

f. Sex offenses - Non-forcible

0 0 ​0​

g. Incest 

0 0 ​0​​

h. Statutory rape

0 0 ​0​​

i. Robbery

0 0 ​1

j. Aggravated assault

0 0 ​0​​​

k. Burglary

0 0 ​0​​

l. Motor vehicle theft            

0 0 ​1​​

m. Arson          

0 0 ​0​​

Evergreen Valley College​​

​Criminal Offenses - On campus

Criminal Offense

Total Occurrences – On Campus ​

  2015 2016 ​2017

a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0 0 ​0​​

b. Negligent manslaughter

0 0 ​0​

c. Sex offenses - Forcible

0  0 ​0​​

d. Rape

 0​ 0 ​0​​

e. Fondling

 0 0 ​1

f. Sex offenses - Non-forcible

0 0 ​0​​

g. Incest 

0 0 ​0​

h. Statutory rape

0 0 ​0​​

i. Robbery

0 0 ​0​

j. Aggravated assault

0 2 ​0

k. Burglary

30
​1

l. Motor vehicle theft            

1 0
​3

m. Arson          

0 0 ​0​​​
​​​Evergreen Valley College

​Criminal Offenses – Public Propert​y​

Criminal Offense ​Total Occurrences – On Campus
  2015 2016 ​2017
a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter 0 0 ​0​​
b. Negligent manslaughter 0 0 ​0​
c. Sex offenses - Forcible 0 0 ​0​
d. Rape 0 0 ​0​
e. Fondling 0 0 ​0​
f. Sex offenses - Non-forcible 0 0 ​0​​
g. Incest  0 0 ​0​
h. Statutory rape 0 0 ​0​​
i. Robbery 0 0 ​0​
j. Aggravated assault 0 0 ​0​​
k. Burglary 0 0 ​0​​​
l. Motor vehicle theft             1
1 ​1​
m. Arson           0 0 ​0​​​​​​​
​​

Reporting Sexual Assault​​
As soon as possible, the victim should report incidents of sexual assault, including date or acquaintance rape to the District Police Department at 270-6468, the local police at 9-1-1. If the victim is unable to make contact with the District Police a College faculty or staff member can aid in contacting the proper authorities.
The Counseling Department and Health Services can also help in contacting the proper authorities.
The victim should make every attempt to preserve any physical evidence of the assault. This may include not showering or bathing, not cleaning the scene of the incident, and not disposing of any damaged clothing or other items.
The District Police will immediately initiate a criminal investigation into on-campus sexual assaults.
The District Police will contact the San José Police Department if highly specialized resources are needed to complete a criminal investigation.
The victim will be given information on counseling and support groups. If the victim wishes to change an academic schedule, the appropriate steps will be taken to accommodate the victim to the full extent possible. The Colleges also encourage victims to seek the support and assistance of friends or family when needed, in presenting their concerns. Santa Clara County offers 24 hour counseling for victims of crimes. The Santa Clara County Valley Rape Crisis Center may be reached at (408) 287-3000. The Victim/Witness Assistance Center in San José also provides off-campus services.

 

​Emergency Call​​ District Police Station
408-270-6468
or 911

 

 

2018 Annual Security Reporthttp://www.sjeccd.edu/DistrictPolice/Documents/2018 Annual Security Report.pdf2018 Annual Security ReportReporting Procedures
Bicycle Thefthttp://www.sjeccd.edu/DistrictPolice/Documents/Reporting Bicycle Theft_2-21-14.pdfBicycle TheftReporting Procedures
Domestic Violencehttp://www.sjeccd.edu/DistrictPolice/Documents/Reporting Domestic Violence_2-21-14.pdfDomestic ViolenceReporting Procedures
Graffiti Abatementhttp://www.sjeccd.edu/DistrictPolice/Documents/Graffiti Abatement_2014.pdfGraffiti AbatementReporting Procedures
Narcotics Activityhttp://www.sjeccd.edu/DistrictPolice/Documents/Reporting Narcotics Activity_2014.pdfNarcotics ActivityReporting Procedures
Sexual Assaulthttp://www.sjeccd.edu/DistrictPolice/Documents/Reporting Sexual Assault 2017.pdfSexual AssaultReporting Procedures
Stolen Vehiclehttp://www.sjeccd.edu/DistrictPolice/Documents/Reporting a Stolen Vehicle_2-21-14.pdfStolen VehicleReporting Procedures

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