Campus crime prevention is a way to make JCU a safer place to live and learn. By becoming aware of the crimes that occur most often on campus, you can learn ways to reduce your chances of becoming a victim, and, ultimately, prevent crime.
Campus Safety Services is concerned with the safety of each and every member of the JCU community, and does its part to promote crime prevention. Read below to view a few ways that you can prevent crime.
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.
Those crimes that would 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 are not limited to: email notification, Carroll News articles, and fliers posted on campus.
Students, faculty, and staff should be attentive to the information that is contained in these notifications. Anyone with relevant information concerning the notices is encouraged to call Campus Police at 216.397.1234 or the Tip Line at 216.397.1515.
CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL TIMELY NOTIFICATIONS ISSUED BY CAMPUS SAFETY
Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in America, affecting half a million new victims each year. In the course of a day you may write a check at the drugstore, charge tickets to a concert, call home on your cell phone, or apply for a credit card. Chances are you don’t give these routine transactions a second thought. But, others have.
Individuals need to become actively involved in protecting their personal information. To learn more on how to prevent becoming a victim of identity theft or what to do if you are a victim, go to the Federal Trade Commission’s website at www.ftc.gov. To report identity theft, contact Campus Police at 216.397.1234.