Annual Security Report

  JEANNE CLEARY DISCLOSURE OF CAMPUS SECURITY POLICY AND CAMPUS CRIME STATISTICS ACT AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN’S ACT (VAWA)

 

Title IX Coordinator (VAWA) – Sydney Taylor

320 E. Culver Rd.

Knox, IN  46534

(574) 772-5500

Email:  kbctitleixcoordinator@gmail.com

 

In the event of a criminal action, the Knox City Police will be notified.

 The college will be accessible to students and staff during the following hours:

 

Monday 11:30pm -3:30pm

Tuesday 8:30am – 4pm

Wednesday 8:30am -4pm

Thursday 8:30am – 5pm

Friday 8:30am – 5pm

Saturday 8:00am – 4:30pm

During or after these hours there are not security guards posted.

 

If an evacuation is necessary, instructors will go door to door and make sure that everyone is evacuated from the building within 20 minutes.

If a lock down is necessary, you will hear a horn alarm sound.  If you hear the alarm horn, you are to remain where you are.  Do not leave the room that you are in.  This notification will be immediate to the entire building as it will sound as soon as the alarm button is pressed.  There will be drills for both evacuation and lockdown.  If necessary, night students will be notified of the emergency via phone prior to their arrival.

Due to the absence of campus police, all crimes will be reported to the Knox City Police Department.  Students may confidentially report a crime to the main instructor if so desired, who will then notify the City Police.  The main instructor for days is Toni Palm and the main instructor for evening is Loretta Rowe.  In the absence of either main instructor, please report to the instructor in charge at the time of the crime.  Necessary warning reports will be posted within 24 hours in the breakroom.

During orientation a discussion is held to promote the security of personal belongings to help prevent crimes.

 

The statistics for various crimes and arrests over the past 3 years are as follows:

                              (There is no shared public property such as sidewalks or parking)

                              (2017, 2018, 2019)

                              Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter:  On campus – 0, Public property – 0

                              Negligent manslaughter:  On campus – 0, Public property - 0

                              Sex Offenses (forcible and nonforcible):  On campus – 0, Public property – 0

                              (2013)

                              Rape:  On Campus – 0, Public property – 0

                              Fondling:  On campus – 0, Public property – 0

                              Incest:  On campus – 0, Public property – 0

                              Statutory rape:  On campus – 0, Public property – 0

                              (2017, 2018, 2019)

                              Robbery:  On campus – 0, Public property - 0

                              Aggravated Assault:  On campus – 0, Public property - 0

                              Burglary:  On campus – 0, Public property - 0

                              Motor Vehicle Theft:  On campus – 0, Public property – 0

                              Arson:  On campus – 0, Public property – 0



Hate Crimes – On campus and Public Property

 

Criminal Offense

2019

2018

2017

Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0

0

0

Rape

0

0

0

Fondling

0

0

0

Incest

0

0

0

Statutory rape

0

0

0

Robbery

0

0

0

Aggravated assault

0

0

0

Burglary

0

0

0

Motor vehicle theft

0

0

0

Arson

0

0

0

Simple assault

0

0

0

Larceny-theft

0

0

0

Intimidation

0

0

0

Destruction/damage/vandalism of property

0

0

0

 

 

The statistics for VAWA Offenses (on campus and public property) for 2017, 2018 and 2019 are as follows:

 

                              Domestic violence – 0

                              Dating violence – 0

                              Stalking – 0

 

A list of sex offenders may be obtained at www.icrimewatch.net/index.php?AgencyID=54663

There are no off-campus locations of student organizations recognized by the institution, nor do we participate in any off campus events.

For the calendar years 2017, 2018 and 2019, this number of arrests occurred for the following crimes on campus or public property:

 

                              Weapons:  carrying, possessing, etc. - 0

                              Drug-abuse violations – 0

                              Liquor law violations - 0


As there were no arrests made for weapons, drug-abuse violations, or liquor law violations, no person was referred for disciplinary action.

There were no unfounded crimes reported.

The policy concerning possession, use, and sale of alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs is found in our Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention program.  Legal drugs are considered those with a valid prescription in the name of the person who possesses the drug.

 

As part of our sexual assault program for the Violence Against Women’s Act (VAWA), you will be shown a DVD entitled “Power and Control”, Domestic Violence in America.

If a sex offense occurs, go directly to Starke Memorial Hospital.  In order to preserve evidence, do not shower, bathe, etc.  While at the hospital, the Knox City Police will be notified.  You also have the option of notifying an instructor first.  The instructor will then assist you in notifying the city police and will accompany you to the hospital if you so desire.

Knox Beauty College does not have on-campus counseling for victims of sex offenses.  Due to the absence of this service, we suggest you set up counseling with the Porter-Starke Center, located at 1003 Edgewood Dr., Knox.  Their number is 772-4040.  If you so desire, we will assist you in this matter.

 

As Knox Beauty College does not have housing facilities, it is not possible for us to change your living situation.  Also, as Knox Beauty Collee does not provide transportation or employment, it is not possible for us to change your transportation or employment situations.  Should you request it, we may be able to assist you in these changes or in a change of academic situation.

If domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking occur, there will be a disciplinary proceeding.  Evidence may be presented in the form of photographs, medical verification, or verifiable eye witness testimony.  Both the accuser and the accused will be allowed to have others present at the disciplinary proceeding and both shall be informed of the outcome resulting from the proceeding.

Following the disciplinary proceeding, a final determination will be made concerning the alleged offense.  If it is determined that the accused did in fact perform the alleged offense, the accused will be terminated from Knox Beauty College.

 

The policy for Title IX is available in the most recent school catalog and on our website at www.kbc.edu.