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10-20-2014
The reports contain descriptions of campus policies and programs relative to campus security and statistics concerning specific types of crimes and fire safety information.

Dear Member of the University Community:

The Campus Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, as amended, (known as the “Clery Act”) and the Campus Fire Safety Right-to-Know Act signed into law in 2008 require that colleges and universities publish an annual security report and an annual fire safety report, distribute the reports to all students and employees, and inform prospective students and employees about the reports. The reports contain descriptions of campus policies and programs relative to campus security and statistics concerning specific types of crimes and fire safety information.

The purpose of both acts is to inform students and employees of the incidents of crime and fire and the policies and procedures to prevent crime and fire or to report occurrences of crime or fire at institutions of higher education. The laws are also designed to encourage the development of security and fire prevention policies and procedures and to establish uniformity in reporting of crimes at all such institutions.

The information required by the law, as well as additional information relating to campus safety, security and fire, can be found on the UAS web sites at the following location:

Persons who desire a paper copy of these reports will be provided one upon request by contacting:

UAS Student Resource Center
Mourant Bldg: 1st Floor
11120 Glacier Highway
Juneau, Alaska 99801
Phone (907) 796-6000

If you would like a direct link to our crime statistics, please visit the crime stats page.

Specific information about sexual misconduct and Title IX can be found on the Title IX webpage.

Information on sex offenders may be obtained through the State of Alaska Department of Public Safety.

 
 

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