Campus Crime Information

clery act

The Jeanne Clery Act is a federal law that requires colleges and universities to disclose certain timely and annual information about campus crime and security policies.

Learn more about the Clery Act.

Uniform Campus Crime Report

To view the latest SCSU Crime and Fire Safety Report, please click here.

silent witness

This program is designed so that students, faculty and staff can report suspicious activity and crimes via the Internet while remaining anonymous. If you have witnessed a crime, or if you know of a crime that was committed or will be committed, please click here to fill out and submit the form. A member of the SCSU Police Department will investigate the information provided. You will not be contacted unless you provide your contact information. All tips remain anonymous.

Please keep in mind this program is intended to assist the SCSU Police Department and is not intended for crimes in progress or for emergencies. Dial (203) 392-5417 in those instances.

Campus Sex Crimes

The Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act (CSCPA) and related State statutes requires that convicted sex offenders inform their state registering agencies whenever they enroll or become employed at a postsecondary institution. The registering agencies are required to notify the campus police of the presence of the sex offender on campus, and the institutions are in turn authorized to share this information publicly, including it in their annual crime report beginning October 2003.

Please visit the University Police website for a list of the names of any people who have registered with the Connecticut State Police and who have indicated to the State Police that they are either enrolled as students or are employees of SCSU. By clicking on their highlighted name, you will be connected to the photograph and relevant information at the State Police Sex Offender Registry.