Clery Act Information
What is the Clery Act?
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) requires all colleges, universities, and other institutions that participate in federal financial aid programs to collect, retain, and disclose information about crime on or near their campuses or other institution-owned property. The goal of the Clery Act is to ensure students, prospective students, parents and employees have access to accurate information about crimes committed on campus and campus security procedures.
The U.S. Department of Education monitors compliance and can impose penalties for each violation against institutions. The department can also limit or suspend institutions from participating in federal financial aid programs.
ANNUAL SECURITY REPORT
Colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs must publish an Annual Security Report each year on October 1st. The Annual Security Report documents three calendar years of campus crime and fire statistics that occurred on-campus, in off-campus buildings or properties owned or controlled by Theatre of Arts. The Annual Security Report also includes:
Institutional policy statements about campus security
Crime prevention and education programs, including those focused on sexual assault awareness
Information about Timely Warning, CSAs, and Sex Offender Registry
The reporting of crimes
Other safety and security matters
A hard copy of Theatre of Arts' Annual Security Reports are available via the campus Administration office and/or by contacting Adam Kroeger, Assoc. Director of Operations & Compliance @ (323) 685-6196.
The report may also be downloaded from this web page: