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Crime Statistics/Security Information

Types of Programs Designed to Inform Students and Employees About Campus Security Procedures:

All college personnel are involved in the Moberly Area Community College crime prevention program. Distribution of literature containing "crime prevention tips" has been established to promote security awareness among the students and employees.

All employees are required to attend ALiCE intruder training,and the training is also offered to students. Regular "Security Briefs" are provided to alert the campus community of potential crimes or scams, including information on how to avoid being a victim. Training is also offered on-line through Workplace Answers and Student Empowerment courses, regarding Title IX sexual misconduct, drugs alcohol and other pertinent information. The student/employee safety guidelines shall be available to each student during registration and to each employee during the fall faculty/staff orientation. In addition, programs relevant to campus security are made available to both students and employees each semester.

Students and staff (and potential students and staff) at Moberly Area Community College have the right to be provided with statistics concerning the occurrence on campus, in non-campus buildings and on public property (meeting the definition as described in (6) (A) of the act) during the most recent calendar year, and during the two (2) preceding calendar years for which data are available of the following criminal offenses reported to campus security or local police agencies. Moberly Area Community College does not recognize any off-campus student organizations or off-campus housing facilities at any of our MACC locations. Crime statistics are gathered from local law enforcement according to the rules put in place by the Clery Act, and report statistics that occur on campus property, in residence halls, and on adjacent non-campus and/or public property.

  1. Homicide
  2. Sexual Violence
    • Assault
    • Rape-Non-Forcible
    • Rape-Forcible
    • Domestic
    • Dating
    • Stalking
  3. Robbery
  4. Aggravated Assault
  5. Non-Aggravated Assault
  6. Burglary
  7. Motor Vehicle Theft
  8. Arson
  9. Arrests/Referrals
  10. Alcohol Violations
  11. Drug Violations
  12. Weapons Violations
  13. Missing Persons
  14. Hate Crimes (Prejudice)*
    • Homicide
    • Sexual Violence
    • Robbery
    • Aggravated Assault
    • Simple Assault
    • Burglary
    • Motor Vehicle Theft
    • Arson
    • Theft
    • Vandalism
    • Intimidation
  15. Residence Hall Fines 

Of the crimes listed in number 1-8, larceny, simple assault and vandalism, and other crimes involving bodily injury to any person in which the victim is intentionally selected because of the actual or 25 perceived race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or disability of the victim, this data shall be collected and reported according to category of prejudice.


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