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Clery Act Compliance

Welcome to the A&M-Texarkana Campus Safety Section. We are very concerned about the safety and security of all A&M-Texarkana students and employees. Our objective is to provide quality information and services to students, faculty, staff, and external entities in an efficient and timely manner. This web page was designed to keep our students and employees advised of the rules and regulations concerning campus safety at A&M-Texarkana under the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security, Policy and Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act). 

What is the Clery Act?

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security, Policy and Crime Statistics Act, or the Clery Act, is a federal law that requires all U.S. colleges and universities, both public and private, participating in federal student aid programs, to maintain and disclose certain crime statistics and campus security information.

Why is the Clery Act Important?

The Clery Act was designed to assist students, parents, and other members of the campus community in making informed decisions regarding their personal safety. The Clery Act promotes transparency in crime statistics on campus, and requires institutions of higher education to make certain crime stastics public and readily available. In compliance with the Clery Act, Texas A&M University-Texarkana University Police Department (UPD) maintains a Daily Crime Log and a Daily Fire Log at the main UPD office in the Central Plant building. This log is available for review upon request. The logs note all CLERY related crimes and fire incidents. The logs are available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Any UPD personnel may provide you with the log upon request. The campus crime statistics, along with campus safety policies, programs, and general information is published in a yearly campus safety report. This report is available below, and a printed copy can also be requested in the main UPD office. 

 

Annual Fire Safety and Security Report:

2020 Annual Fire Safety and Security Report

 

Campus Security Authorities (CSA's)

Crime Report Form / Crime Statistic Form:

Campus Security Authority Crime Report

*This form is only for use by those who are required to disclose crime statistics on campus. If you need emergency assistance, please dial 6611 from a campus phone or 903-334-6611 from a cell phone. 

CSA Manual:

Campus Security Authority Reference Manual 

 

The below links contain useful information regarding the most frequently asked questions:

Clery FAQ 

The Definition of “Campus Security Authority”

Clery Act and CSA Training

 

Emergency Notfications and Timely Warnings:

COVID-19 Emergency Notification

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