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Table of Contents A Message from Campus Safety The Clery Report Timely Warning Emergency Text Messaging Daily Crime and Fire Log Department Personnel Criminal Investigation Off Campus Criminal Investigation Services Access to Campus Facilities Procedures for Reporting a Crime Anonymous Reporting Confidential Reporting Security Awareness Programs Crime Prevention Programs Crime Prevention Sexual AssaultSex Offenses Relationship Violence Sex Offender Registry Information Policy on Missing Student

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A Message from Emmanuel College Campus Safety The mission of the Emmanuel College Campus Safety Department is to enhance the quality of life for the entire Emmanuel College community by maintaining a secure and open environment where the safety of all is balanced with the rights of the individual. The Campus Safety Department strives to accomplish its mission while adhering to its core values of Integrity, Professionalism, and Service. The success of this mission depends upon an effective workin

The Clery Act The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, more commonly known as the Clery Act, requires colleges and universities to Publish an annual report every year by October 1 that contains three years of campus crime and fire safety statistics and certain campus security policy statements Disclose crime statistics for the campus, public areas immediately adjacent to or running through the campus, and certain noncampus facilities and remote class

Emergency Text Messaging In the event of an emergency involving an imminent threat on campus, Campus Safety will confirm that there is a significant emergency or dangerous situation in conjunction with members of the Student Affairs staff, they will determine the appropriate segment or segments of the campus community to receive a notification determine the content of the notification and utilize the Colleges mass notification text messaging, email and voice messaging system to notify the campus

State Police. All crime victims are strongly encouraged to immediately report the crime to Campus Safety and the Boston Police Department. Prompt reporting will assure timely warning notices oncampus and timely disclosure of crime statistics. Criminal Investigations Campus Safety Officers investigate criminal complaints filed by community members and pursue investigations to their most reasonable conclusion. Officers may conduct followup investigations, with support when necessary from a number

Campus Safety Officers will walk an individual from any building or parking lot to any location on Emmanuel College property. Call the Campus Safety Office to request an escort. A Campus Safety Officer will be promptly dispatched to assist you. This service is offered 24 hours a day. College Shuttle Campus Safety Officers will operate the College shuttle vehicle to transport students, staff and faculty tofrom the off campus residence halls at Wentworth Institute of Technology, the Landmark Cente

Operation ID Operation ID is a program designed to discourage theft of valuable property and provides a way for an individual to easily identify stolen property if necessary. Most thieves steal valuables for resale. So, if marked with a permanent identification number, thieves will find it harder to sell the valuables. An individual may borrow an engraving tool from the Campus Safety office by displaying hisher student ID card and filling out a simple form. Once individuals have engraved an iden

A person exhibiting unusual mental or physical symptoms. Unusual noises, including gunshots, screaming, sounds of fighting, barking dogs, or anything suggesting foul play, danger, or illegal activity. It is important to remember that people arent suspicious behavior is. When in doubt, call If you witness any suspicious activity, call the Emmanuel College department of campus safety immediately. Anonymous Reporting Community Members can report criminal or suspicious activity anonymously by eit

assisted by accurate and timely reports of emergency or suspicious incidents. Crime prevention includes calling the campus safety office when an individual observes suspicious activity, calling if one is the victim of or become aware of a criminal incident, and informing the campus safety office of any potential public safety issues. If the department of campus safety is not made aware of an incident, they cannot provide assistance to those in need or work to prevent it from occurring again. Whe

Report any suspicious vehicles driving around campus Remember do not attempt to stop or restrain a suspicious or unauthorized person. Call Campus Safety at 7359710. Residence Hall Safety Dont give anyone your ID or code to your room. Close any windows that are accessible from the outside. Dont put your name or address on your key ring. If an individual should lose their ID notify Residential Life and Campus Safety. Arrangements will be made to have a new ID made. Dont study in poorly lit

Information can be used to take over existing accounts or to open new accounts. Identity theft can result in damage to ones credit rating and denial of credit. If an individual feels that their personal information has been compromised, please contact Campus Safety at 6177359710. Harassing Phone Calls Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 269, Section 14A, states Whoever telephones another person, or causes any person to be telephoned to, repeatedly, for the sole purpose of harassing, annoying, or

victimsurvivors best friend, lover, partner, date, family member, neighbor, teacher, employer, doctor, or classmate. The perpetrator can be a boyfriend or girlfriend. Sexual assault can occur between members of the opposite sex or same sex. Alcohol, date rape drugs, or other substances may be involved. What if this happens to me If you are sexually assaulted you may want to consider Finding a safe place Calling a friend Calling for assistance Contacting campus or community police Seeking me

My partner yelled at me for being late for lunch. It was so humiliating. My partner grabbed my arm and we left the dining hall. I was really upset. Later we made up and my partner was so sorry for embarrassing me. Things are OK now though I wonder when it will happen again. My partner hates it when I spend time with my friends. I feel like I have to sneak around. The other day, my partner got angry about seeing me with a good friend and wouldnt speak to me for several days. When I apologized f

If you feel frightened or uncomfortable about someones specific behavior, pay attention to your instincts Seek help. What can a stalking victim do Talk to one of the resources listed in this brochure for help. Report the stalking to the Emmanuel College Campus Safety, or the Campus Safety in your area, and follow their advice. Inform others close to you family, friends, residential life staff, coworkers about the stalking. Do your best to safely avoid all contact with the stalker. Keep a jo

The scope of disciplinary sanctions that may be imposed on students including but is not limited to warning educational projects community service loss of privileges fines parental notification restitution residence hall reassignment residence hall probation residence hall suspension residence hall dismissal counseling or health assessment no trespass order stay away order interim suspension suspension dismissal. Sanctions are handled on a casebycase basis and all sanctions are at the discretion

the abuse of alcohol by students and employees as a condition of the institution receiving federal funds or any other form of financial assistance under any federal program. This policy is being issued by Emmanuel College in compliance with the requirements of that Act. Emmanuel College prohibits the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by any student or employee of the College while on College premises, while performing any work for the College, on or off its p

1,400 of them died from alcoholrelated unintentional injuries, including motor vehicle crashes. Annually, 70,000 students are survivors of alcoholrelated sexual assaults or date rape, 400,000 have unprotected sex after drinking, 600,000 are assaulted by another student who has been drinking, and 150,000 will develop an alcoholrelated health problem ranging in severity and often related to quantity and frequency of consumption. Combinations of alcohol andor drugsincluding both illegal and legal s

Office of Student Affairs Residence Life Housing 6177359722 6177359746 Fire Safety Overview The Higher Education Opportunity Act Public Law 110315 became law in August 2008. It requires all United States academic institutions to produce an annual fire safety report outlining fire safety practices, standards, and all firerelated oncampus statistics. The following public disclosure report details all information required by this law as it relates to Emmanuel College. General Statement of Emmanu

FireLife Safety Education Residence Life policy on fire safety is to prohibit usage of electrical cooking appliances, candles, and specific electrical equipment in individual rooms. Residence Life policy on evacuation from residence halls is in the student handbook, and is discussed with residents when they move into the residence hall, as follows In case of a fire, please sound the nearest fire alarm and evacuate the building. Evacuation procedures are as follows Know the emergency routes from

Extension cords and multitap electric units without a breaker Items attached to sprinkler heads Blocking of egress exit pathways Evidence of burning of candles, incense, or tobacco products Evidence of cooking or cooking appliances, even if unused Evidence of a heavy load of combustibles in a room, on the walls, or ceiling Covering a door with paper or other combustible material Use of electrical wiring, devices, appliances which are modified or damaged Use of portable heater Tampered

Fire safety system Any mechanism or system related to the detection of a fire, the warning resulting from a fire, or the control of a fire including Sprinkler or other fire extinguishing systems, Fire detection devices, standalone smoke alarms, devices that alert one to the presence of a fire, such as horns or strobe lights, smokecontrol and reduction mechanisms, and fire doors and walls that reduce the spread of a fire. Value of Property Damage The estimated value of the loss of the structure

Hate Crimes Destruction damagevandalism of property 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1. 20092010 The information received from the local police departments covered an area far larger than required to be reported. 2. 2011 The following statistics were provided by the Boston Police Department. These incidents did not occur on Emmanuel College property. They are included here as required by law because the incidents took place on public property in areas that are nearby to property o

Controlled Substances Uses Effects DRUGS DEPENDENCE DRUGS CSA SCHEDULES Opium Morphine II III V II III TRADE OR OTHER NAMES Dovers Powder, Paregoric Parepectoin Morphine, MS Contin, Roxanol, Roxanol SR Tylenol wCodeine, Emprin wCodeine, Robitussin AC, Fiorinal wCodeine Diacetylmorphine, Horse, Smack MEDICAL USES Analgesic, antidiarrheal Analgesic, antitussive DEPENDENCE Physical High High Psychological High High Tolerance Yes Yes Hours of Duration 36 36 Usual Methods Oral, s

Controlled Substances Uses Effects DRUGS DEPENDENCE DRUGS CSA SCHEDULES Opium Morphine II III V II III TRADE OR OTHER NAMES Dovers Powder, Paregoric Parepectoin Morphine, MS Contin, Roxanol, Roxanol SR Tylenol wCodeine, Emprin wCodeine, Robitussin AC, Fiorinal wCodeine Diacetylmorphine, Horse, Smack MEDICAL USES Analgesic, antidiarrheal Analgesic, antitussive DEPENDENCE Physical High High Psychological High High Tolerance Yes Yes Hours of Duration 36 36 Usual Methods Oral, s

Chloral Hydrate Barbiturates IV II III IV Noctec Amytal, Butisol, Fiorinal, Lotsuate, Nembutal, Seconal, Tuinal, Phenobarbital Hypnotic Anesthetic, anticonvulsant, sedative, hypnotic, veterinary euthanasia agent Antianxiety, anticonvulsant, sedative, hypnotic hypnotic hypnotic Antianxiety, sedative, hypnotic Local anesthetic Moderate HighMed. Moderate HighMod Yes Yes 58 116 Oral Oral Benzodiazepines IV Ativan, Dalmane, Diazepam, Librium, Xanax, Serax, Valium,Tranxexe, Verstran, Halcio

Chloral Hydrate Barbiturates IV II III IV Noctec Amytal, Butisol, Fiorinal, Lotsuate, Nembutal, Seconal, Tuinal, Phenobarbital Hypnotic Anesthetic, anticonvulsant, sedative, hypnotic, veterinary euthanasia agent Antianxiety, anticonvulsant, sedative, hypnotic hypnotic hypnotic Antianxiety, sedative, hypnotic Local anesthetic Moderate HighMed. Moderate HighMod Yes Yes 58 116 Oral Oral Benzodiazepines IV Ativan, Dalmane, Diazepam, Librium, Xanax, Serax, Valium,Tranxexe, Verstran, Halcio

LSD I Acid, Microdot None None Unknown Yes 812 Oral Mescaline and Peyote I Mexc, Buttons, Cactus None None Unknown Yes 812 Oral Possible Side Effects Illusions and hallucinations, poor perception of time and distance Effects of Overdose Longer, more intense trip episodes, psychosis, possible death Withdrawal Syndrome Withdrawal syndrome not reported Amphetamine Variants I HALLUCINOGENS 2.5DMA, PMA, STP, MDA, MDMA, T

LSD I Acid, Microdot None None Unknown Yes 812 Oral Mescaline and Peyote I Mexc, Buttons, Cactus None None Unknown Yes 812 Oral Possible Side Effects Illusions and hallucinations, poor perception of time and distance Effects of Overdose Longer, more intense trip episodes, psychosis, possible death Withdrawal Syndrome Withdrawal syndrome not reported Amphetamine Variants I HALLUCINOGENS 2.5DMA, PMA, STP, MDA, MDMA, T

Methamphetamine, Heroin, cocaine, Cocaine Base, PCP, LSD, Fentanyl, and Fentanyl Analogue PENALTY 1st Offense QUANTITY DRUG QUANTITY PENALTY 2nd Offence 1st Offense Not less than 10 Not less than 5 1099 gm or 100 gm or more Not less than years. Not more years. Not 100999 gm Methamphetamine or 1 kg1 or more 10 years. Not than life. more than 40 mixture more than life. years. 100999 gm 1 kg or more If death or If death or mixture Heroin mixture serious injury, If death o

Federal Trafficking Penalties Marijuana Quantity 1,000 kg or more or 1000 or more plants Description Marijuana Mixture containing detectable quantity 100 kg to 1,000 kg or 100999 plants detectable quantity Marijuana Mixture containing 50 to 100 kg 10 to 100 kg 1 to 100 kg 50 99 plants Marijuana Hashish Hashish Oil Marijuana Less than 50 k

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