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Yavapai College Police Department October 2009 Annual Report Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act

Your Right to Know

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Emergency

Call 911

Non-Emergency

Call 311

eginning in 1991, the federal government passed legislation requiring all educational institutions of higher learning to provide crime statistics and other information to current students, staff and faculty, as well as to prospective students and employees upon request. The federal “Right to Know” Act was amended in 1998 to the “Jeanne Clery Act.” In an effort to keep the college community and public informed, Yavapai College’s College Police Department annually provides crime statistics to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Reporting Section and also posts this information on the College Police website: www.yc.edu/campuspolice. College Police officers are committed to having current statistics available for all members of the college community and public, including notification of Registered Sex Offenders living on campus or within a short distance of a college location.

(from any campus phone)

or (928)776-2185 (Prescott Campus)

or (928)634-6599 (Verde Valley Campus)

Student Affairs

(928)776-2220

Counseling Services

(928)776-2106 or (928)634-6563 (Verde Valley Campus)

Website

www.yc.edu/campuspolice

The College Police website is linked to the State of Arizona Registered Sex Offender website, which provides information to the public concerning the location of sex offenders within Arizona. The information provided on this site is intended for community safety purposes only and should not be used to threaten, intimidate, or harass. Misuse of this information may result in criminal prosecution. If you have any questions contact the College Police Department; Prescott Campus: 776-2185 or Verde Valley: 634-6599

Welcome Message from the College Police

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n behalf of the College Police Department, we would like to welcome everyone to Yavapai College. Students have many excellent academic opportunities from which to choose, as well as a variety of clubs and organizations with which to become involved. An experienced, friendly staff is available to answer any questions and help everyone become accustomed to college life. The Yavapai College District Governing Board has made the safety of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors a priority. Yavapai College employs Certified Police Officers trained to provide a high level of professional service and to educate members of the college community and visitors through informative safety presentations. This interaction with the entire community enhances everyone’s opportunity to live and attend college in a safe environment. Community Oriented Policing enhances the interaction between police officers and students, faculty, staff, and visitors. This concept results in increased opportunities to listen and address safety concerns on any one of our seven campus locations.

Joe Cappelli, Chief of Police

Inside: Officers encourage all members of the student body, staff, faculty, or public to read this report and become actively involved in the programs offered by the College Police Department and other departments to enhance safety both on and off Yavapai College campuses.

Yavapai College is characterized by a relatively low crime rate, as evidenced by the statistics printed in this report. With everyone’s help, we can work together to maintain a quiet and safe learning environment.

Welcome Message from the College President.................................2 Safety Programs.........................................2 Substance Abuse.......................................3 How to Report a Crime..............................4 Safety Tips.............................................4, 5 Police Escort...............................................5 Need Assistance? Call 311.........................6 Safe Biking.................................................6 Security Awareness....................................6 Driving and Parking....................................7

Please feel free to contact the College Police Department at 776-2185 (Prescott) or 634-6599 (Verde Valley) or visit the website at www.yc.edu/ campuspolice.

www.yc.edu/campuspolice

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College Police: We are Here for YOUR Safety

Welcome to Yavapai College

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avapai College is great place to learn, work, or just visit. The role of our College Police is to provide our students, staff, faculty, and visitors with a safe and comfortable environment that ensures the highest quality educational opportunities possible. Our College Police officers are highly trained and experienced and are dedicated to the welfare of the Yavapai College community. The next time you see a Yavapai College police officer, say hello, and thank him or her for helping maintain our safe community. –Dr. James Horton, President

The College Police Department on the Prescott Campus is located in the Welcome Center, on the right side of Marston Avenue as you enter from Sheldon Street onto the college campus and maintains 24 hours a day, 7 days a week coverage. The College Police at the Verde Campus is located at the South end of Building F. College Police Officers are available Monday – Thursday from 8 am to 10 pm; Friday from 8 am to 6 pm; and Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm.

Working as One for Your Safety

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everal departments provide assistance to students, faculty, staff, and visitors, ensuring they have a safe and productive higher education experience. The College Police are available at the Prescott Campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; 776-2185 or 311 from any phone on campus. An officer is available on the Verde Valley Campus from 8 am to 10 pm; 634-6599 or 311 from any campus phone. The Assistant Deans of Student Services are responsible for ensuring the conduct of students is conducive with a learning institution. The Assistant Deans can impose sanctions ranging from a verbal warning to expulsion. If you have any questions about the Student Code of Conduct, contact one of the Assistant Deans at 776-2117 (Prescott Campus) or 634-6563 (Verde Campus). Student Affairs ensures the residence hall living environment is one that promotes learning and positive interaction between students. This office processes student applications for housing and meal plans. The Student Activities Coordinator is also located in the Student Affairs Office. All student events, on and off campus, are scheduled through this office. Contact Student Affairs at 776-2223 if you have any questions concerning meal plans, housing or student activities. Environmental Health and Safety is responsible for managing issues involving health, fire, and life safety. The manager gives training presentations to students, faculty, and staff and responds to safety concerns. In addition, the manager provides training to all resident hall assistants including fire safety, fire extinguisher familiarization, evacuation procedures, and fire alarm system functions. To contact the Environmental Health and Safety Manager, call 776-2178. Facilities Management maintains the grounds and all buildings of Yavapai College. Department personnel ensure that all campuses and centers are clean; handle plumbing, electrical, and structural concerns; and serve as a liaison to all utility companies. If you have any questions call 776-2180 (Prescott Campus), or 634-6556 (Verde Campus). Academic Advising & Counseling Services support students to successfully implement their educational plans and their achievements toward lifelong goals. The college offers personal counseling services for students dealing with issues that may interfere with success in college. For more information about advising and counseling services, call 776-2106 (Prescott Campus), 634-6563 (Verde Campus).

The Welcome Center, building 28 on the Prescott Campus

Authority/Jurisdiction The College Police Department employs Arizona Certified Police Officers on the Prescott and Verde campuses. All officers employed by Yavapai College are granted the same powers and responsibilities as all police officers in the State of Arizona. They enforce state and local laws, have the power of arrest, and investigate all crimes occurring within their jurisdiction. All crime statistics are compiled annually and posted on the website and made available, upon request, to students, staff, employees, and visitors. Statistics include an accounting of homicides, sexual offenses, robberies, aggravated assaults, burglaries, motor vehicle theft, arson, hate crimes, liquor violations, drug violations, and weapon violations. Officers work closely with surrounding police agencies including Prescott Police Department, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, Clarkdale Police Department, Cottonwood Police Department, and the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Department. Interagency cooperation between the departments and prompt reporting of all crimes to the College Police Department enhances safety at all college locations.

Assistance In addition to the investigation of crime, officers respond to all medical emergencies, investigate traffic accidents, report college policy violations, and assist motorists with jump-starts and vehicle unlocks.

Prescott Campus Police: 928.776.2185 • Verde Valley Campus Police: 928.634.6599


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STRONG Message Regarding Alcohol and Illegal Drugs

Security and Access

Alcohol

Illegal Substances

Buildings are Locked for Your Safety

All Yavapai College campuses are considered “dry campuses.” No alcoholic beverages may be possessed, consumed or sold on any Yavapai College property or at any Yavapai College sponsored function unless written approval is received from the college president. The College Police Department maintains a zero tolerance for any violations involving alcoholic beverages.

The possession, use, sale, cultivation, or manufacture of any illegal substance is a felony in the State of Arizona and any violation will be prosecuted as such. In addition to criminal charges, college sanctions can be imposed upon a violator including expulsion from all Yavapai College campuses or sites.

Anyone found in violation can be prosecuted criminally and/or have college sanctions placed upon the violator.

If you feel you may have an alcohol or illegal drug problem and would like assistance please contact the Counseling Office at 776-2106 (Prescott Campus) or 634-6563 (Verde Valley Campus). Below is a list of available services.

Substance Abuse Organizations

Assistance Available

Location

Phone #

Alcohol & Narcotics Anonymous

Various 12 step programs

Prescott Area

(928)445-8691

Catholic Social Services

Adult, adolescent & family counseling

Prescott Verde

(928)778-2531 (928)634-4254

West Yavapai Guidance Clinic

In & out patient crisis services

Prescott

(928)445-7730

Verde Valley Guidance Clinic

Crisis Services

Verde Valley

(928)634-2236

Prescott

(928)445-8790

Yavapai Tribal Social Services Counseling/Crisis Intervention (Limited to tribal community members)

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esidence Hall students are issued keys for their rooms. For personal safety and security of valuables, students are encouraged to always lock their rooms when leaving. The College Police and Residence Hall Directors offer presentations pertaining to safety and security awareness. All exterior doors of Residence Halls are locked from 7 p.m. until 6 a.m. During this time a desk manager is on-duty in each hall lobby to monitor students and visitors as they come and go. To further enhance safety, all Residence Hall doors, except the main entrances, are alarmed, alerting the desk manager and the College Police if a door is opened. Card key access to all hall front doors is utilized.

Kachina Residence Hall on the Prescott Campus

Be Safe and Be Aware Safety Tips! 1. Trust Your Instincts! If something isn’t right call the College Police Department! 2. Be aware of your surroundings. 3. Lock your car. Don’t leave valuable items in plain view. 4. Park your car in designated parking lots. 5. Call the College Police for an escort if you feel uncomfortable walking to your vehicle. 6. Do not walk in dark areas of the campus at night. 7. When walking to your car have your keys in your hand. 8. Check the area around and in your vehicle before entering. 9. Mark your school books with your initials on a random page, allowing for ease of identification if the book is stolen.

Additional Safety Tips for Residence Hall Students 1. Always lock your room. 2. Don’t leave valuables in plain view. 3. Mark you valuables with any number or marking unique to you for identifying your property if stolen. 4. Don’t leave cash or jewelry on your desk. 5. Don’t leave your laundry unattended for a long period of time. 6. Tell someone where you are going when leaving campus and when you plan to return. 7. Lock your bicycle in an authorized bicycle rack.

www.yc.edu/campuspolice

Visitors to the Residence Halls during the night hours are required to provide a form of identification; i.e. driver’s license or student I.D. The desk manager secures the form of identification until the visitor leaves the Residence Hall. During college breaks, students not staying in the Residence Halls are required to turn in their room keys. If a student receives approval from Campus Life to stay in a Residence Hall over a break, they are issued a key to access the lobby door. Normally, a resident assistant is on-duty during breaks in one of the three Residence Hall lobbies from 7 p.m. until 3 p.m. to provide security or address student needs. Administrative and academic buildings are secured nightly beginning at 10 p.m. by the College Police Department. Anyone not authorized to be in a building after hours will be asked to leave. Special circumstances can exist. With prior approval from an Assistant Dean, and coordination through the College Police Department, exceptions can be made to accommodate these circumstances. During normal hours, a student can receive authorization to have access to a building for academic reasons without faculty supervision if they have a student pass. The pass is not valid after 11 p.m.


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Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

How to Report a Crime 911, 311 & Blue Light

NO! Means NO!

In the event of an emergency dial “911”. To report a crime or suspicious activity dial “311” from any campus phone or 776-2185 (Prescott Campus Police) or 634-6599 (Verde Campus Police). Blue light phones are conveniently located around campus for everyone’s use. Push the large red button for an emergency and the small black button for non-emergency or need of assistance.

College Police officers want to send a strong, nonnegotiable message to all members of the college community in regards to sex offenses. NO! Means NO! Several departments provide assistance on how to avoid becoming a victim by taking effective preventative measures, and how and where to obtain help if you or someone you know becomes the victim of a sexual offense. The College Police work closely with other departments and community organizations. The College Police Department urges any victim of a sexual offense to report it promptly so a thorough investigation can be conducted in a timely manner. Preservation of evidence is extremely important in any sexual offense. Valuable evidence can be lost by showering/bathing, changing clothes, washing clothes, or discarding other items that could be helpful in identifying a suspect. Officers strongly encourage all victims, even if they don’t wish to make a report immediately, to preserve any possible evidence in case they change their mind at a later date. The Yavapai College Student Code of Conduct addresses procedures and sanctions that may be implemented in the event of a sexual offense. During a campus disciplinary hearing, both the accuser and accused are entitled to have the other present and will be informed of any discipline and/or sanctions imposed upon the accused. Sanctions can be imposed from academic probation to expulsion. Campus Life will assist any victim of an alleged sexual offense in changing academic and living arrangements, if a victim requests assistance. If you have been a victim of any sexual offense, please report it immediately. The Campus Police Department encourages all victims to seek assistance.

When 911? When immediate response is needed by a police officer or the fire department dial 911. Dial 911 if you believe a “life or death” situation could or has occurred or someone believes they are in eminent danger. Please Do Not call 911 for general assistance requests such as jump starts, locked keys in your vehicle, to have a door unlocked, etc. Verde Campus Police Officers, L to R: Anita Loyd and Kent Hellman

Yavapai Silent Witness: 1-800-932-3232 With Silent Witness, you can help solve felony crimes in the Yavapai County area. Just pick up the phone and call. It’s all anonymous. Your name is never needed, unless you choose to give it. If you choose to remain anonymous an identification number is assigned. Information is forwarded to the proper investigator. If your information leads to a felony arrest or indictment, you could receive a cash reward from $50 to $1000.

How to Report a Crime or Emergency When describing an incident stay objective, keep things in chronological order, tell listeners where you were at the time of the incident. When describing a person, notice permanent features-hair color, height, facial structure, build, etc. Share any special characteristics such as tattoos, birth marks or injuries. When describing an object, take note of the basics such as size, color and shape. Jot down any identifying characteristics, from a license plate number to a unique odor.

Additional Tips for Emergency Situations • Get to know the campus so you can respond quickly and appropriately during a crisis. • Know where emergency and blue light phones are located. • Memorize the College Police’s number 311. • Learn how to contact a Resident Assistant on duty in the residence halls. • Know where fire alarm pull boxes and extinguishers are. • College Police officers respond to 911 calls. • Memorize your building’s front desk number.

Safety Tips • Don’t be alone with someone you just met.

Safety Tips: For Everywhere You Go!

• Communicate your intentions clearly. When you say “NO”, mean it!

BE AWARE of your surroundings and the people around you. Be alert and recognize a dangerous situation, and you may have time to avoid it.

• Keep a level head. Don’t allow your judgment to be clouded by drugs or alcohol, both of which lower your inhibitions.

STAY SOBER. Studies indicate a large number of sexual offenses occur when the victim or suspect was either under the influence of alcohol and/or another mind-altering substance. Remember, being under the influence of any substance can hamper your ability to make sound decisions. You could find yourself someplace you don’t want to be.

• When out with friends, don’t leave until everyone is accounted for. • Trust your instincts!

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DON’T BE CONSISTENT. If you park in the same place and come and go at the same time, you could be unconsciously making a date with a potential attacker. Alter the route you take to your destination. If possible, come and go with friends. Park in a lighted area, and scan the area while walking to your car before you approach. If you see anything suspicious, return to a place where there are other people and call the police. Never allow yourself to be taken to an unknown location.

Prescott Campus Police: 928.776.2185 • Verde Valley Campus Police: 928.634.6599


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Weapons Prohibited on All Campuses

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avapai College does not permit any weapons on any campuses or any educational sites. Anyone on the Prescott Campus can check a weapon with the College Police Department upon arrival and pick it up when they leave.

Emergency: Use the Blue Light Phone!

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ush the large red button in the event of an emergency. This rings to Prescott Police Dispatch and a College Police Officer will be immediately notified of the emergency and respond. Please stay by the blue light phone until an officer arrives. Examples of emergency situations include a crime in progress or one that has just occurred, serious injury, a medical emergency, or a suspicious person on campus. The black button is for non-emergency purposes. It rings directly to the College Police Department. Examples of non-emergency situations include motorist assist, unlock of a class room, minor injury, and directions. PRESCOTT CAMPUS: Nine “Blue Light Phones” have been placed in prominent locations on the campus to allow for immediate officer response in emergency and non-emergency situations: 1. Building 6, west side 2. Building 15, north side entrance 3. Building 11, east side 4. Supai Residence Hall, north side

No weapons are permitted at campuses located in Verde Valley, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, CTEC and Sedona. This restriction does not apply to certified peace officers acting within the authority of their respective agencies, or to those registered as students at the Northern Arizona Regional Training Academy located at the Prescott Valley Campus. The term weapon applies to knives with blades exceeding 4 inches, daggers, stun guns, BB guns, paintball guns, brass knuckles or any type of explosive, including fireworks, etc. If you see a gun or other weapon on campus, call the College Police immediately.

Fingerprinting

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he College Police Department can handle fingerprinting requests. This service is available to all students, faculty, staff, and visitors at no charge. We have finger print cards and an officer will roll your fingerprints or just bring in your completed fingerprint card. We do ask large groups who would like to be fingerprinted to schedule a week in advance.

5. Marapai Residence Hall, west side 6. Kachina Residence Hall, south side 7. Building 28, Welcome Ctr/College Police, north side 8. Building 19, Library & Computer Commons, east side 9. Studio Arts Complex, north side

Emergency “Blue Light” phones found on campuses

THE VERDE VALLEY CAMPUS: Emergency phones are placed in prominent locations on the campus. 1. Building I, north side 2. Building E, east side near parking lot 3. Building G, northwest corner 4. Building L, east & southwest corner near parking lot 5. Building M, northwest side in front of Learning Ctr. Take a moment and become familiar with the locations of these phones. That knowledge will be invaluable in the case of emergency. Verde Valley Campus also has courtesy phones which are located in the following locations: 1. Building A, northwest corner 2. Building H, west entrance to Student Activities Ctr 3. Building I, south entrance 4. Building M, entrance foyer. Please contact College Police at 776-2185 with any questions on phone operation.

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark: Police Escort Available Call for an Escort! The College Police Department encourages all students, staff, faculty, and visitors to call 311 from any campus phone or 776-2185 (Prescott) or 634-6599 (Verde Valley) to arrange for an officer escort when walking on a campus at night.

Officer Kristin Robertson providing fingerprinting service to a community member

Safety is our number one priority. Anyone who feels uncomfortable at night can call for an officer to provide an escort. Don’t be Afraid of the Dark.

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Need Assistance? Call 311

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avapai College has set up 311, an easy to remember number that can be dialed from any campus phone to provide assistance to anyone on campus. When you dial 311 the call goes to the College Police, where your questions will be answered. If an officer is needed, one will be dispatched to your location. A few of the many services available are directions, escort to your vehicle, unlock your vehicle if you locked the keys inside, jumpstarts, special parking needs, and lost or found property.

Safe Biking on Campus

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ll state laws applying to vehicles also apply to bicycles. This means cyclists are required to stop at stop signs, ride on the right side of the

roadway, and yes, DUI citations can be issued. Bicycling is a great alternative to driving. There is no need to drive up and down the parking lot trying to find a place to park. Both the Prescott and Verde Valley Campuses have bicycle racks for security. Visit the College Police

Always dial 911 in the event of an emergency. Geri Futrell, College Police Administrative Assistant

Department and register your bicycle for free. This is a great program available to students, staff, and employees.

Security Awareness and Crime Prevention Programs

Bicycles will be

Get Informed and Stay Informed

National Bike Registry

Several programs to better inform students and the college community about key issues are available through the College Police and Student Activities. Although programs are primarily offered to students, they are also available to faculty, staff, and members of the public.

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To Get Informed and Stay Informed, contact the College Police Department, 776-2185 or Student Activities, 717-7679.

Alcohol Awareness This strong presentation places the student in a real situation involving the effects of alcohol. With the use of simulation goggles, the student feels the effects of alcohol and is put behind the wheel of a golf cart to drive through a course set up with traffic cones. The student is also given a sobriety test, an update on DUI laws, and a discussion of how car insurance rates can be affected.

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event a bicycle is stolen, important information,

Certified Bicycle Officer Dave Dvorak

such as the serial number and a complete description of the bicycle is on file. There is not a significant number of bike thefts on our college campuses, but it is a common occurrence in both the tri-city area surrounding the Prescott Campus and in the Verde Valley. Without the serial number, chances of recovering a stolen bicycle are extremely low. Come by the College Police Department on the Prescott or Verde Valley Campus and take advantage of this free service.

Tips to Avoid Becoming a Victim of Bicycle Theft 1. Lock your bicycle in a designated bicycle rack.

Officer Larry Klempner administering a field sobriety test

2. Buy a high quality lock.

Self-Defense Participants utilize padded training bags to build their confidence in being able to ward off an offender. Although this is a basic course, it is extremely informative and valuable to everyone.

Refuse to Be a Victim

3. Don’t rest your lock or cable on the ground as a thief can use a hammer or rock to break it. 4. Lock your bicycle to a stationary object if a bicycle rack isn’t available. 5. Buy a high quality cable if using a pad lock.

The purpose of this excellent presentation is to reinforce the concepts of crime prevention and personal safety. Participants learn about the levels of awareness, mental conditioning, and methods of home security. Participants will also be encouraged to develop a safety strategy in order to make themselves more difficult for criminals to prey upon.

Safe Biking Tips 1. Always wear a helmet. 2. Ride with the flow of traffic. 3. Ride defensively, watch for cars. 4. Obey all traffic laws. 5. Always use a light and reflectors when riding at night. 6. Wear high visibility clothing when riding.

Prescott Campus Police: 928.776.2185 • Verde Valley Campus Police: 928.634.6599


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Driving and Parking on Yavapai College Campuses Under 15 mph and between two white lines!

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avapai College, at the present time, does not require parking registration on any of its campuses. College Police strictly enforce driving and parking laws on all campuses. The speed limit is 15 MPH on campuses and also in all parking lots. It has been set and posted to ensure the safety of our students, staff, employees, and visitors. Please drive responsibly and think of others. Any violations of Arizona Revised Statutes can result in a citation requiring an appearance in Justice Court and points could be assessed against your driver’s license. Driving violations, which show reckless disregard for property and/or human life, can result in suspension of your driving and parking privileges on Yavapai College campuses.

Officer Kristin Robertson reminding motorists to obey the traffic laws

Parking is permitted on all campuses in designated parking lots. The parking lots are marked with white striping indicating parking spaces. Any vehicle not parked properly i.e., not parked between two white lines, parked in two spaces, parked outside the end of the row, or parked in a disabled space without an MVD approved placard or license plate will be cited.

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Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Available Resources Include: • Prescott Campus Counseling: 776-2106 • Verde Valley Campus Counseling: 634-6563 • Student Affairs: 776-2220 • Yavapai County Victim Witness: 771-3485 • Assistant Dean of Student Affairs/Student Conduct Officer: 776-2117

• West Yavapai Guidance Center: 445-7730 • Family Advocacy Center: 775-0669

Yavapai College Campus Locations Prescott Campus

College citation fines:

1100 East Sheldon Street Prescott, Arizona 86301 (928) 445.7300

Improper parking: $15 Moving violation: $50

Verde Valley Campus

Unauthorized disabled parking: $70

601 Black Hills Drive Clarkdale, Arizona 86324 (928) 634.7501

Reckless driving: $100 Anyone receiving a Yavapai College citation has 14 days to pay the fine or a $30 late charge is assessed. Appeal forms are available from the College Police Department and must be completed within five business days. A parking committee reviews all appeals and notifies the person who received the citation of its findings. Do not disregard a Yavapai College parking citation. If a parking citation is not paid or an appeal is not completed, a hold can be placed on student records. This hold will prevent student registration and release of grades and transcripts until the citation fine and late fees are paid. The College Police Department realizes at certain times parking can be a problem due to limited spaces. If for some reason you are unable to locate a parking place, come by the College Police and we will assist you. We can also provide a temporary special parking permit for persons who are under a doctor’s care due to an injury or illness.

Agribusiness & Science Technology Campus 2275 Old Home Manor Way P.O. Box 4048 Chino Valley, Arizona 86323 (928) 717.7720

Prescott Valley Campus 6955 Panther Path Prescott Valley, Arizona 86314 (928) 717.7911

Sedona Center for Arts & Technology 4215 Arts Village Drive Sedona, Arizona 86336 (928) 649.4265

Camp Verde School Complex

Accidents Can Occur

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f you are involved in a non-injury accident while driving on campus, you don’t have to wait for an officer when the estimated damage is less than $1,000. The only requirement for private property accidents is that the involved parties exchange information, such as name, address, and phone number; vehicle and insurance information; date and time of the occurrence; and a description of the damage to vehicles. When an accident occurs with injuries, damage to the vehicles exceeds $1,000, or a dispute of what actually happened exists, call the College Police immediately. Officers will conduct an investigation of the accident.

www.yc.edu/campuspolice

321 Apache Trail Camp Verde, AZ 86322 (928) 567.9080

Career & Technical Education Center 220 Ruger Road Prescott, Arizona 86301 (928) 776.2002


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3 Year Crime Statistics from 2006–08 Crime

Prescott Verde

‘08

‘07

‘06

‘08 ‘07

Homicide

0

0

0

0

Manslaughter - negligent

0

0

0

Forcible Sex Offenses

0

0

Non-forcible Sex Offenses

0

Robbery

CTEC

Prescott Valley Sedona Chino Valley Extension Extension Agibusiness

‘06

‘08

‘07

‘06

‘08

‘07

‘06

‘08

‘07

‘06

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Aggravated Assault

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Burglary

3

3

4

1

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Motor Vehicle Theft

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Arson

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Hate Crimes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

3 Year Crime Statistics 2006-08 (Residence Halls)

3 Year Comparison of On-Campus Arrests vs Residence Hall Arrests Total On-Campus Arrests Including Residence Halls

Incidents Occurring at Residence Halls Only Crime

‘08 ‘07 ‘06

2008

2007

2006

Homicide

0

0

0

Manslaughter - negligent

0

0

0

Forcible Sex Offenses

0

0

0

Non-forcible sex offenses

0

0

0

Robbery

0

0

0

Aggravated Assault

0

0

0

Burglary

2

2

1

Motor Vehicle Theft

0

0

0

Arson

0

0

0

Hate Crimes

0

0

0

2008

2007

2006

Liquor Law Violations

34

39

66

Drug Law Violations

24

19

3

Illegal Weapons Possession

0

0

0

Liquor Law Violations

21

26

50

Drug Law Violations

18

16

1

Illegal Weapons Possession

0

0

0

Residence Hall Arrests Only

*All violations are referred to the Student Conduct Officer

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Prescott Campus Police: 928.776.2185 • Verde Valley Campus Police: 928.634.6599

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