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The John Carroll University Police Department is responsible for producing Annual Crime Statistics as well as issuing daily logs of criminal activities and reports.

Clery Annual Security Reports:

The John Carroll University Police Department is responsible for issuing daily logs of criminal activities and reports.

Most Recent Clery Crime Log

Do you have a tip that may solve one of the crimes listed in the crime log? Be sure to anonymously report your tip to our 24-hour Tip Line at 216.397.1515.

Timely Warnings

John Carroll University is required to provide the University community with information in a timely fashion regarding criminal activity that might represent an ongoing threat to the safety of the students and employees.

Crimes that require a timely notification are murder, sex offenses – forcible and non-forcible, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft, manslaughter, and arson.

The manner in which this information is conveyed may include, but is not limited to, email notification, Carroll News articles, and fliers posted on campus.

Students, faculty, and staff should read these notifications. Anyone with relevant information concerning the notices is encouraged to call JCUPD at 216.397.1234 or the Tip Line at 216.397.1515.

CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL TIMELY NOTIFICATIONS ISSUED BY JCUPD

Timely Warning Policy

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1990 requires universities and colleges to notify the campus community (Timely Warnings) about any crimes or situations that present an ongoing threat to persons or property.

This “Timely Warning” provision may take two forms:

  1. A “Security Alert” will be issued when JCUPD is made aware of a crime that has occurred on or near campus that may pose a threat to the safety of the campus community. Examples include, but are not limited to, homicide, sexual assault, assault, or robbery.
  2. A “Security Advisory” will be issued when a pattern of property theft has been identified on campus. Examples include, but are not limited to, thefts from buildings or vehicles.

The John Carroll University Police Department works closely with the University Heights Police Department and other neighboring agencies, sharing information regarding crimes and crime trends.

The John Carroll University Police Department will make a determination on sending the alert or advisory once information from police reports and/or other sources is verified. Other factors considered include: the immediate and long-term safety of the campus community, privacy interests of persons involved, and impact on police and University investigations. Names and other personal identifiers will not be used in alerts or advisories.

Information provided in an alert or advisory will be: a description of the crime, the date(s), time(s), and location(s), as well as suspect(s) description, if known. Other relevant information may be included that will help protect and inform, but will not hinder the investigation of the crime. Prevention strategies and JCUPD contact information will also be provided. Alerts and advisories will be sent via e-mail and posted on the JCUPD website. Other distribution methods may be used as needed.