The Higher Education Opportunity Act and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (The Clery Act) requires higher education institutions to collect, report, and disseminate reported crime data and fire statistics to the campus community, the Department of Education, and prospective students and employees. This report contains crime data as classified by the definitions from the Federal Bureau of Investigations Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook (UCR). As per Clery Act regulations, this report contains data from the past three calendar years. Crime statistics are included for certain types of crimes that were reported to have occurred on campus or on public property immediately adjacent to the campus. As of 2014, this report also contains a number of updated and new policies required by the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and other federal and state laws.
- Annual Security Report 2017 [Digital Flipbook]
Annual Security Report 2016[PDF]
Annual Security Report 2015[PDF]
The Clery Act requires Higher Education Institutions to provide a Daily Crime Log that includes all crimes reported to the Campus Security Department for required geographic locations, not just Clery Act crimes. The log includes specific information about criminal incidents on a timelier basis than the Annual Security Report (ASR). If multiple offenses are committed during a single incident, all of the offenses are recorded. In addition to recording reported crimes that occur on campus, in or on non-campus buildings, property, or on public property within the campus, reports of crimes that occurred within the patrol jurisdiction of Campus Security are also entered into the crime log. For more information, please refer to Federal Regulation §668.46 Institutional security policies and crime statistics.
The School may temporarily withhold information only if there is clear and convincing evidence that the release of information would:
- Jeopardize an ongoing investigation;
- Jeopardize the safety of an individual;
- Cause a suspect to flee or evade detection; or
- Result in the destruction of evidence
- Cause an adverse effect to the campus community*.
* Information withheld due to an adverse effect must be disclosed once the adverse effect is not longer likely to occur.
If you are interested in a date not posted, or would like a hard copy of an incident please call the Department of Public Safety at ext. 531.
If you have any information regarding these incidents that could be helpful, please email the the Director of Public Safety, Adam Gagan, at email@example.com.
Daily Crime Logs are available upon request.
|Nature (Classification)||Date/Time Reported||Date/Time Occured||General Location||Disposition|
Alcohol/Liquor Law Violation
|06/8/16, 0952 hrs||6/7/16, 0040 hrs||Meredith Willson Residence Hall||
Campus Security Authority (CSA)
Juilliard community members may also report criminal activity to a campus security authority (CSA). A campus security authority, as defined by federal law, is “an official of an institution who has significant responsibility for student and campus activities, including but not limited to, student housing, student discipline and campus judicial proceedings.”
The regulations issued pursuant to the Clery Act (34 CFR 668.46) further define a CSA as:
- A campus police department or a campus security department of an institution;
- Any individual or individuals who have responsibility for campus security, but do not constitute a campus police department or a campus security department; this includes such individuals who are responsible for monitoring entrance into institutional property;
- Any individual or organization specified in an institution's statement of campus security policy as an individual or organization to which students and employees should report criminal offenses;
- An official of an institution who has significant responsibility for student and campus activities, including, but not limited to, student housing, student discipline, and campus judicial proceedings.
NOTE: Professional counselors are not considered campus security authorities when acting in their roles.
The broad definition of a CSA makes it impossible to use current faculty and staff employee records to identify positions that qualify as a CSA based on the position title alone. Therefore, the responsibility of identifying those positions rests with qualifying employees and their supervisors. Any employee who qualifies as a CSA or supervises a CSA must receive training and safety-related communications. The individuals at Juilliard who are designated as CSA’s include:
The Juilliard School Executive Officers:
- Dean and Provost
- Vice President for Facilities Management
- Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Development
- Director of Public Safety
- Artistic Director of the Dance Division
- Richard Rodgers Director of the Drama Division
- Artistic Director of the Ellen and James S. Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts
- Director of Historical Performance
- Artistic Director of the Pre-College Division
- Director of Juilliard Jazz
- Dean of Student Affairs
- Associate Dean and Director of the Music Division
- Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
- Administrative Director of Historical Performance
The Juilliard School Administration:
- Director of International Advisement
- Director of Residence Life
- Associate Director of the Dance Division
- Administrative Director of the Richard Rodgers Drama Division
- Associate Director of Jazz Studies
- Manager for Facilities Operations
- Residence Hall Director for Community Development
- Coordinator of Student Activities
The Juilliard School Staff:
- Residence Life Paraprofessional Staff (ARC, RA’s, CA’s)
- Juilliard Public Safety Officers
- Lincoln Center Security Officers
CSA's must also participate in an annual training so as to be compliant with all the information they need to uphold the law, such as what must be reported and when to report. The Juilliard CSA training materials are distributed to the CSAs and also available for all members of the Juilliard community upon request. To obtain this training material, please contact the Office of Student Affairs.