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					                            PURDUE UNIVERSITY CALUMET

                 Jeanne Clery Campus Crime Disclosure
                                  &
                            Fire Safety Act




Information Provided By:
The Department of Administrative Services
Division of Police
                                                                      Table of Contents
EMERGENCY CONTACTS..................................................................................................................... 6
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................. 7
MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF ................................................................................................................ 8
MISSION VISION STATEMENT & CORE VALUES ................................................................................... 9
   Mission ...................................................................................................................................................... 9
   Vision ......................................................................................................................................................... 9
   Core Values ............................................................................................................................................... 9
THE CAMPUS SECURITY ACT/LEGAL REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................ 10
   Clery Act Crimes ...................................................................................................................................... 10
   Clery Act Hate Crime Definitions............................................................................................................. 11
CAMPUS SECURITY AUTHORITY (CSA) RESPONSIBILITIES AND RESPOUNCES...................................... 12
   The CSA ................................................................................................................................................... 12
   Who is not a CSA ..................................................................................................................................... 13
   Crime Reporting Process ......................................................................................................................... 13
   What is done with the Crime Report Form I submit? ............................................................................. 14
   Crime/Emergency and Non-Emergency Reporting ................................................................................. 14
SAFETY AT PURDUE UNIVERSITY CALUMET ...................................................................................... 14
   Campus Access ........................................................................................................................................ 15
CAMPUS POLICE AUTHORITY ........................................................................................................... 16
   Around the clock protection ................................................................................................................... 16
   Emergency Preparedness ........................................................................................................................ 17
   Reporting Emergencies and Crime .......................................................................................................... 17
   Confidential Reporting of Crimes or Suspicious Activity ......................................................................... 18
   Silent Witness .......................................................................................................................................... 18
   Academic Learning Center ...................................................................................................................... 18
   Building Security...................................................................................................................................... 19
   Publications ............................................................................................................................................. 19
   Crime Prevention .................................................................................................................................... 19
   Atmosphere of friendship and respect ................................................................................................... 19
CHANCELLOR’S CAMPUS SAFETY WALK ............................................................................................ 19
YES IT DOES TAKE A VILLAGE ............................................................................................................ 19


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   Fostering Respect, Creating Community................................................................................................. 20
   Crime Awareness..................................................................................................................................... 20
   Safety Programs ...................................................................................................................................... 20
   Timely Warnings...................................................................................................................................... 21
INTER-AGENCY POLICE COOPERATION ............................................................................................. 21
MISSING PERSONS POLICY ............................................................................................................... 22
UNIVERSITY JUDICIARY .................................................................................................................... 22
DAILY CRIME LOG ............................................................................................................................ 23
DATA COLLECTION........................................................................................................................... 24
   Statistics from local police ...................................................................................................................... 24
   Crime Analysis ......................................................................................................................................... 24
CAMPUS MAINTENANCE/FIRE SAFETY AND SECURITY ...................................................................... 24
   On Campus Student Housing and Life Safety Systems............................................................................ 24
   Fire Alarm ................................................................................................................................................ 25
   Fire Safety................................................................................................................................................ 25
   Training.................................................................................................................................................... 25
   Portable Fire Extinguishers ..................................................................................................................... 26
   Fire Safety Preparedness......................................................................................................................... 26
   Emergency Building Evacuation Instructions for Persons with Disabilities ............................................ 27
   The University Village Emergency Notification System .......................................................................... 27
   Fire Safety Report.................................................................................................................................... 27
   Mandatory supervised fire safety drills .................................................................................................. 27
   Health and Safety Inspections at the University Village ......................................................................... 27
   Fire Safety Policies and Rules .................................................................................................................. 28
   Electrical Appliances................................................................................................................................ 28
   Future Improvements for Fire Safety ...................................................................................................... 28
CAMPUS SERVICES........................................................................................................................... 29
   University Shuttle Service ....................................................................................................................... 29
   Student Health Service ............................................................................................................................ 29
   Substance Awareness.............................................................................................................................. 29
SUMMARY OF PURDUE UNIVERSITY’S ALCOHOL AND DRUG POLICIES .............................................. 30
   Health Risk............................................................................................................................................... 30


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   Drugs ....................................................................................................................................................... 30
   Substance Awareness.............................................................................................................................. 30
   Indiana Laws Governing Alcohol – Legal Sanctions Substance Awareness ............................................ 30
   University Policy on Alcohol .................................................................................................................... 31
   Sanctions ................................................................................................................................................. 31
WEAPONS POLICY ........................................................................................................................... 31
HATE CRIMES .................................................................................................................................. 32
WORKPLACE VIOLENCE .................................................................................................................... 32
SEXUAL ASSAULT, PREVENTION AND RESPONSE............................................................................... 32
   Sexual Assault Safety Procedures ........................................................................................................... 33
   Changing Living and/or Academic Environment ..................................................................................... 34
   Exhibitionism or Voyerism ...................................................................................................................... 34
   Administrative/Judicial Considerations .................................................................................................. 34
SEXUAL HARASSMENT ..................................................................................................................... 34
PERSONAL SAFETY ........................................................................................................................... 35
   Obscene and Harassing Phone Calls ....................................................................................................... 36
   Assaults ................................................................................................................................................... 35
   Thefts....................................................................................................................................................... 35
   Identity Theft........................................................................................................................................... 36
DRUG AND ALCOHOL POLICIES......................................................................................................... 36
   Alcoholic Beverages ................................................................................................................................ 36
   Illegal Drugs ............................................................................................................................................. 36
SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION ......................................................................................................... 37
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS ........................................................................................................... 38
   When Emergencies Happen .................................................................................................................... 38
   Bad Weather Advisory ............................................................................................................................ 38
   Tornadoes ............................................................................................................................................... 38
   Shelter in Place ........................................................................................................................................ 39
   Earthquakes............................................................................................................................................. 39
APPENDICES
   Appendix “A” Example: Timely Warning Policy ...................................................................................... 40
   Appendix “B” Example: Timely Warning Example/Special Notification ................................................. 41


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Appendix “C” Example: Timely Notification Bulletin .............................................................................. 42
Appendix “D” Example: Request for Statistics from Local Police Agencies ............................................ 43
Appendix “E” Example: Memorandum to Campus Security Authority................................................... 44
Appendix “F” Sample: Campus Security Authority/Incident & Disposition Referral Report .................. 45
2006 – 2008 Crime Statistics/Main Campus Public Property ................................................................. 46
Residential Campus and Merrillville Campus .......................................................................................... 47
Leased/Residential Properties: Mansards and Tanglewood................................................................... 48
2008-2010 Campus Residential Housing Fire Report.............................................................................. 49
Sample Building Fire Logs........................................................................................................................ 50




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                                       PURDUE UNIVERSITY CALUMET
                                      DIVISION OF UNIVERSITY POLICE

                                             EMERGENCY CONTACTS


Main Office (Non-emergency): ……………………………………………..219-989-2220

Fax: …………………………………………………………..………………219-989-2052

E-Mail………………………………………………..…………upol@calumet.purdue.edu

Emergency: ……………………………………………..219-989-2911 (Campus Telephone)

Emergency (Non-Campus Phone)………………………..……………………………..911

Anonymous Hotline (Report a Crime or Suspected Criminal Activity)……..219-989-2912

Silent Witness:           http://webs.calumet.purdue.edu/police/silent-witness/

(A web based crime reporting client that will permit anonymous reporting of crime or dangerous conditions.)




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                                         INTRODUCTION
                                           2009 Annual
                                  Campus Safety and Security Report

The Purdue University Calumet Police Department is a full-service police agency. Purdue University
police officers are sworn law enforcement officers vested with arrest powers by the State of Indiana and the
Board of Trustees of Purdue University (Public Law 218, IC 20-12-3.5). The Department is supervised by
a Chief of Police, who is a direct report to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Administration.

The University Police Department is committed to providing professional law enforcement service and
protection to our campus community. We believe healthy relationships between the police and the
community are an integral part of modern policing. These relationships increase our effectiveness in
preventing and solving crimes and it enables us to be part of the social fabric of our campus community.

For further information regarding the Purdue University Calumet Police Department, please visit our
website at http://www.calumet.purdue.edu/police/ .There you will find departmental information, as well as
Clery Act crime statistics and access to the public daily logs for police activity on campus.




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Message from the Chief of Police

Anthony M. Martin is a thirty-eight year law enforcement professional who has served as a Chief or
assistant chief for more than twenty years combined. Chief Martin is also a former U.S. Marine who served
his country in Viet-Nam. Chief Martin is committed to developing a collaborative community policing
department within the PUC community. Chief Martin is married and the father of two adult children and
grandfather to five grandchildren.

As you read through this statement, you will find valuable information about the PUC police department,
helpful safety tips and programs and important university policies. The PUC campus community is proud
to provide statistical data and relative information that show Purdue University Calumet a great place for
learning and living.


                                    Anthony M. Martin, Sr.
                                    Chief of Police




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                           PURDUE UNIVERSITY CALUMET
                                        POLICE DEPARTMENT

                         MISSION/VISION STATEMENT & CORE VALUES

Mission
The mission of the Purdue University Calumet Police (PUC) Department is to provide the highest quality
of professional law enforcement services to the campus community. The PUC police department’s efforts
are designed to be proactive against any condition that may have a detrimental impact on the safety of the
campus. The Department utilizes a tailored model of Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving
(COPPS) strategies to accomplish their mission.

Vision
The provision of the highest quality public safety services will be done in an efficient and effective manner,
consistent with statutory authority, available budgeted resources and professional skills. The Department
recognizes its members as a valuable delivery of service resource, and will strive to maintain the quality of
public service through committed leadership, supervisory direction, career development, succession
planning and training.

Core Values

   •   Being dedicated to quality, timeliness and excellence in our service to the University.
   •   Candor, honesty, and ethical behavior by the members of our department.
   •   Having pride in our work, in our dedication to public service, and being the best we can be.
   •   Both personal and organizational integrity as being essential to the maintenance of the Purdue
       University Calumet Police Department.
   •   Community-Oriented Policing and Problem Solving (COPPS) that involves a partnership between
       the PUC police department, neighboring police and public in problem solving and crime
       prevention.
   •   Honesty, integrity, and consistent discipline within our organization to maintain our credibility with
       the community.
   •   A partnership with the citizens of Hammond Indiana in making the University safe for all to work,
       live and visit.
   •   The opportunity to provide service to our community in a manner which is fair, courteous,
       responsive and efficient.
   •   Innovative, creative and proactive approaches in meeting the demands of our crime prevention and
       law enforcement responsibilities.
   •   The need to engage in strategic and future planning and to keep abreast of the latest in law
       enforcement technology.
   •   The need to treat people with respect and dignity, regardless of their age, race, gender, appearance,
       individual beliefs or life style.
   •   Sensitivity is the key quality that we should bring to our interaction with the public and other
       agencies in the criminal justice system with whom we interact.




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                                       THE CAMPUS SECURITY ACT

                                        LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistic Act, originally known
as the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, are codified in the U.S. Department of
Education Rules and Regulations, CFR 34, Part 668.46. It is commonly referred to as the Jeanne Cleary
Act.

The PUC Chancellor is ultimately responsible for ensuring full compliance with the Clery Act and
implementation of institutional security policies. The Chancellor designates a Vice Chancellor and
ultimately the Chief of Police, the responsibility of ensuring the compilation of this report employing the
most current guidelines established by the U.S. Department of Education. A notice is posted annually
informing students and employees that they can access the report by logging onto the University website at:
http://www.calumet.purdue.edu. Hard copies of this report are available upon written request from Purdue
University Calumet Police Department, 2200 169th Street, Hammond, Indiana, 46323-2094 or by calling
(219) 989-2220.

At PUC, the university police department has been delegated the responsibility of collecting, posting, and
dissemination of all data for the Jeanne Clery Act Report, onto the U.S. Department of Education’s web-
based data collection site. The Chief of Police is responsible for the active implementation of campus
security policies as prescribed by the Clery Act. To create this report, the PUC Chief of Police also collects
statistical data from the local police agencies such as Hammond and Merryville Police Departments, which
are area law enforcement agencies that may compile data as defined by the Jeanne Clery Act. Additional
information may come from individuals serving in positions that have been identified as campus security
authorities as defined by the Jeanne Clery Act.

                                          CLERY ACT CRIMES

Pursuant to 20 United States Code section 1092(f), the "Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security
Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act," and the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) each institution of
higher education in the United States which participates in federal student aid programs must produce and
distribute an annual report containing crime statistics and statements of security policy. A failure to provide
required information or the inclusion of inaccurate information can result in fines up to $27,500 per
violation imposed by the U.S. Department of Education (DOE).

The crimes that must be disclosed in the “Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus
Crime Statistics Act” include:

    • Murder/Non-negligent Manslaughter
            o Negligent Manslaughter
    • Sex offenses
            o Forcible or non-forcible
            o Forcible Sodomy
            o Assault with an object


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            o Forcible Fondling
            o Incest
            o Non-forcible Statutory rape
    • Robbery
            o With a weapon or other dangerous instrument
            o Strong armed robbery
    • Aggravated assault
            o With a weapon or other dangerous instrument
            o Hands, feet, fist or teeth
    • Burglary (Intent to commit a felony or theft)
            o Forcible entry
            o No force entry
            o Attempted forcible entry
    • Motor vehicle theft
            o Autos
            o Busses
            o Others (Snowmobiles, motorcycles, motor scooters, mopeds, golf carts, ATV’s, motorized
               wheel chairs) Note: Watercraft, aircraft, construction vehicles and farm vehicles are
               excluded.)
    • Arson
            o Structural
            o Mobile
            o Other (Crops, fences, signs and merchandise stored outside a structure.)
    • Persons referred for campus disciplinary action for liquor law violations, drug-related violations
       and illegal weapons possession violations

In August 2008, the Clery Act was amended to include specific types of Hate crimes. These new
categories are only reported if the crime was motivated by bias as determined by one of the six bias
categories.

Clery Act Hate Crime Definitions
Larceny-Theft: The unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property from the possession or
constructive possession of another. (Note: Constructive possession is defined by Black’s Law Dictionary,
6th ed. as “where one does not have physical custody or possession, but is in a position to exercise
dominion or control over a thing.”)

   •   Pocket-picking: The theft of articles from another person’s physical possession by stealth where the
       victim usually does not become immediately aware of the theft.



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   •   Purse-snatching: The grabbing or snatching of a purse, handbag, etc., from the physical possession
       of another person.
       Shoplifting: The theft, by someone other than an employee of the victim, of goods or merchandise
       exposed for sale.
   •   Theft From Building: A theft from within a building which is either open to the general public or
       where the offender has legal access.
   •   Theft from Coin Operated Machine or Device: A theft from a machine or device which is operated
       or activated by the use of coins.
   •   Theft from Motor Vehicle (Except "Theft of Motor Vehicle Parts or Accessories"): The theft of
       articles from a motor vehicle, whether locked or unlocked.
   •   Theft of Motor Vehicle Parts or Accessories: The theft of any part or accessory affixed to the
       interior or exterior of a motor vehicle in a manner which would make the item an attachment of the
       vehicle, or necessary for its operation.
   •   All Other Larceny: All thefts which do not fit any of the definitions of the specific subcategories of
       Larceny/Theft listed above.

Simple Assault: An unlawful physical attack by one person upon another where neither the offender
displays a weapon, nor the victim suffers obvious severe or aggravated bodily injury involving apparent
broken bones, loss of teeth, possible internal injury, severe laceration, or loss of consciousness.
Intimidation: To unlawfully place another person in reasonable fear of bodily harm through the use of
threatening words and/or other conduct, but without displaying a weapon or subjecting the victim to actual
physical attack. Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property (Except "Arson"): To willfully or maliciously
destroy, damage, deface, or otherwise injure real or personal property without the consent of the owner or
the person having custody or control of it.

                               CAMPUS SECURITY AUTHORITY (CSA)
                                RESPONSIBILITIES AND RESOURCES

The CSA
The law defines four categories of CSA's: University Police; non-police security staff responsible for
monitoring University property; people/offices designated under University policy as those to whom/which
crimes should be reported and "officials with significant responsibility for student and campus activities”.
Some examples of CSA's include but are not limited to: University Police staff, Academic Deans, Student
Affairs staff, Residence Life staff, Sexual Assault and Peer Education Advisors, Athletic Director /
Assistants and coaches, Student Activities Coordinators, Student Judicial Officer, Community Assistants
(Residence Life) and Faculty Advisors to student organizations. University Vice Presidents, Directors,
Department Heads and other Administrators, based on their position responsibilities, will often meet the
definition of a CSA. If a university staff member has "significant responsibility" for students and campus
activities, and students potentially could report a crime / incident to that staff member, then they are a CSA.
CSA's are defined by function, not title.

CSA’s are willing to assist students and others, in the University community, in making crime reports to
police agencies having jurisdiction. Reports made to CSA’s will be routed to the PUC police for
documentation and follow-up. In some instances, information reported may be used to generate a campus
warning (Timely Warning) to the University community. Confidential or anonymous reports of Clery




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qualifying crimes that result in an investigation and subsequent prosecution or University action may be
entered into Clery statistics.

As part of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics
Act, qualifying incidents reported to University Police, from various sources, including Campus Security
Authorities, are required to be annually published and made available to the campus community.

Part of the main focus of the Clery Act, and one of the desires of the campus police, is to encourage the
reporting and ensure the collection of accurate campus crime statistics to promote crime awareness and
enhance campus safety. The intent of including non-law enforcement personnel in the Campus Security
Authorities (CSA) role is to acknowledge that some campus community members and students in
particular, may be hesitant about reporting crimes to the police, but may be more inclined to report
incidents to other campus-affiliated individuals.

University CSA's have an obligation to promptly report allegations of Clery Act defined incidents which
occurred on campus, on public property bordering campus and in non campus areas which the University
leases or otherwise controls.

Who is not a CSA?
Administrative, clerical, and maintenance staff who do not have "significant
responsibility" for students and campus activities; individual faculty who do not
serve as advisors to registered student organizations; physicians/nurses in
Student Health who only provide care for students; licensed mental health
counselor or a pastoral counselor when working within the scope of their
license or religious assignment. Licensed mental health and pastoral counselors
are encouraged to review crime reporting options (anonymous, if
confidentiality is requested, in a Campus Security Authority Crime Report or
directly to University Police) as applicable / appropriate with individuals they
are counseling who report a Clery Act qualifying incident.
Indiana codes requires prompt, mandatory reporting to law enforcement authorities by health care
practitioners (such as those at the Student Health Center) when they provide medical services to a person
they know or have reason to believe is suffering from a stab wound or wounds inflicted by a firearm or
who seeking medical attention as a result of a violent offense.

Crime Reporting Process
If a student, faculty, or staff member tells a CSA about a Clery Act qualifying crime or an incident that
may be a crime, that has been not reported to the University Police or another University official (CSA),
the CSA is obligated to record the information on the Campus Security Authority Crime Report Form
(Form) and to submit the Form to University Police.

A printable Form is available at http://webs.calumet.purdue.edu/police/ which may be faxed (219-989-
2052) or mailed to the attention of the Chief of Police, Anthony M. Martin, Sr. (Purdue University Police
Department, 2200 169th Street, Hammond, Indiana, 46323). The Form may also be completed and
submitted online from the above link. The reporting CSA should ensure that s/he completes all information
on the form based on the information in their possession. CSA’s completing the Crime Report Form should
not include the name of the reporting party or other individuals in the report if the person making the report



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request confidentiality. CSA’s should not investigate the crime or attempt to determine whether a crime, in
fact, took place. University Police personnel may later contact the reporting CSA or others to gather
additional information. When in doubt a report should be completed and submitted!

What is done with the Crime Report Form I submit?
University Police will investigate all complaints relative to crime or disorder on campus. The University
Police will consolidate the data from multiple sources (including CSA reported qualifying crimes), report
the data to the federal Department of Education, publish an Annual Security Report, and inform the campus
community where the report / data is available. The Annual PUC Security Report is posted on the
University Police web site at http://webs.calumet.purdue.edu/police/files/2010/06/puc-cleary-development-
063010-model-one.pdf. Hard copies of this report are available directly from University Police.

Crime / Emergency and Non-Emergency Reporting
Regardless of your status (CSA or non-CSA), all community members are
encouraged to promptly report all campus related criminal incidents and other
public safety related emergencies to University Police. For incidents requiring
immediate attention, dial 2911 from any campus phone or use one of the “Blue
Light” Police Emergency Phones (call boxes) located throughout the campus. Non-
emergency incidents can be reported by dialing 2220 from any campus phone or in person at the Division
of Police, located in the Police Building, across from the Classroom Office Building (CLO), or left of the
main entrance at 169th street.
                            SAFETY AT PURDUE UNIVERSITY CALUMET

The new visitor to Purdue University Calumet will find an extremely well manicured campus and a
dynamic student population comprised of many races, cultures and religions. PUC is an academically
comprehensive regional university and part of the internationally respected Purdue University system. The
campus is located in Hammond, Indiana, less than 25 miles southeast of downtown Chicago, near the
shores of Lake Michigan. PUC offers easy commuter access and residential living, offering apartment-
style, private bedroom living for more than 700 students plus students. The University is sited on 167-acre
of professionally groomed and maintained landscape within a quiet, highly supportive and well groomed
Hammond neighborhood. In an effort to reach more of the regions learners, PUC supports an Academic
Learning Center in nearby Merrillville, Indiana.

Campus safety is a high priority at PUC. The University has established multiple safety and security
systems to ensure the safety and security of the campus. Campus video cameras have been strategically
placed throughout the campus, in parking areas, buildings and pedestrian areas, to aid in the overall safety
effort. Emergency Notification Systems are also part of the overall effort of safety. Loud speakers are
strategically placed and are used for emergency directions and priority emergency notifications. Panic
alarms are also strategically placed and used to alert police when trouble emerges.

The PUC police department is augmented by a private security service. They are responsible for frequently
patrolling parking areas and assisting motorist when needed. They serve as additional eyes and ears of the
campus police. Student patrol personnel are used in quasi, non-enforcement manner throughout the
campus. Student patrol personnel assist in monitoring and promoting compliance with all parking
regulations. These important teams of sworn and non-sworn personnel play an important role deterring
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On a typical day PUC patrol personnel can be observed patrolling the campus on foot, on bicycles and on
individual transportation devices known as a Segway. Campus patrols are designed to maximize patrol
strategies and insure the greatest interaction between public safety personnel and all campus personnel.

Campus life at PUC is excellent. Students enjoy a variety of campus life activities. The student population
is diverse and friendly. Students from all over the world help to make campus life rich, with its exchange of
ideas, cultures and languages.

While the incidence of criminal acts on any of the properties of PUC is low compared to the surrounding
neighborhood, members of our campus community are subject to the same potential for criminal
victimization as those who live in other communities around the country. The University and its staff work
tirelessly to provide a safe and secure environment for anyone that has an occasion to be on campus. It is
only possible to provide a reasonably safe environment when every student, staff member and visitor takes
an active part in the public safety effort.

One of the purposes of this publication is to:
   • Provide the Purdue University Calumet community with an overview of the Purdue University
       Calumet Police Department Services.
   • Provide you with crime statistics required by the U. S. Department of Education Higher Education
       (Jeanne Clery Act- Public Law 110 - 315) Opportunity Act.
   • Provide students, staff and visitors about the University’s policies and programs designed to help
       keep them safe.
   • Provide information about the University’s emergency preparedness and planning.
   • Provide information about fire statistics and fire related information.

The information that follows is designed to inform and encourage cooperation at keeping the Purdue
University Calumet community safe. The PUC police department encourages everyone to become an active
member of the campus safety effort.

Campus Access
The Purdue University Calumet Police Department monitors vehicular and pedestrian traffic twenty-four
hours daily. Individuals entering the campus must comply with all state, municipal and federal laws and
campus rules. Anyone parked illegally will be ticketed and may be towed. All traffic rules are strictly
enforced. Anyone remaining in a campus building beyond normal hours of operations or periods of
approved access is subject to arrest by campus police.

Non-residents are not permitted in residence halls unless by the expressed authorization of the University
Village Residence Hall Coordinators or their authorized designee. The University utilizes keys, swipe cards
and keypads to allow access to certain rooms and passages throughout the University. Access to campus
buildings and facilities is restricted after normal hours of operation. Buildings are opened during normal
operational hours by police personnel. The University Village is accessed by residential swipe cards issued
to students and security keys possessed by police and Hall Coordinators. Each residential suite, including
individual resident room, has its own access key. University Village rules are published in student
handbooks must be followed at all times. University Village Coordinators may impose additional rules as
needed for the safety and student order. All visitors may be screened for contraband. Any visitor
refusing to be screened may be denied access to the building.


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                                         CAMPUS POLICE AUTHORITY

The Division of Police is within the Department of Administrative Services. Its members are responsible
for campus safety and security. Members of the university police are located in the University Police
building on the northeast section of campus. The Division operates on a 24-hour a day, 7 days a week
schedule. Under Indiana State Law (Public Law 218, IC 20-12-3.5), the Purdue University Board of
Trustees has authorized the University Chancellor, the authority to appoint police officers for Purdue
University Calumet.
       “…Each such officer appointed shall possess all the powers, duties, privileges and immunities conferred upon such
       police officers by I.C1971, 20-12-3.5, and by this resolution, and by the provisions of any agreements entered into
       pursuant to paragraph 6 of this resolution. They shall be empowered to serve civil process on the campus of Purdue
       University, when requested to do so by appropriate enforcement officers of the state, counties or municipalities...”


All PUC police officers are graduates of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. Each officer possesses
full police powers on all property owned or occupied by the University. The department also operates
under a written mutual aid agreement with the City of Hammond Police Department, which gives each
department concurrent jurisdiction under special circumstances although primary jurisdictional areas are
routinely respected.

PUC Officers also attend continuing education programs offered through the Northwest Indiana Law
Enforcement Training Academy and other regional training programs. Officers are mandated to attend a
minimum 24 hours of continuing education on a yearly basis in order to remain certified. PUC police
officers routinely receive more training than required by the state.

Around the Clock Protection

The police department provides services twenty-four hours daily, including:

   •    Vehicular patrols on all perimeter streets and campus parking areas by uniformed police officers;
   •    Frequent foot patrols in all buildings.
   •    Segway: The Segway is an individual electric transportation device that is used on and
        near pedestrian pathways and near buildings.
   •    Public Information. The police department works closely with the University’s Public
        Information Officer to publicize information regarding crimes and other safety news you need to
        know.
   •    Investigations. Of violations of campus rules and State and municipal laws.
   •    Monitoring of vehicular and pedestrian access to the campus;
   •    Parking enforcement. Using police officers, security personnel and student parking
        enforcement personnel.
   •    Video Monitoring. The University has positioned closed circuit television cameras that
        are strategically located throughout the campus and parking areas. They are used to as a
        crime deterrent. Video cameras are also valuable during the investigation of crimes.
   •    Notification Systems The campus has strategically placed panic alarms that alert police and direct
        them toward emergencies. The University also has installed systems that provide voice, email and
        text messages to students faculty and staff to warn them of emergencies on campus.



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   •   Emergency (Blue Phones) Communication Stands. Throughout the campus and the parking
       garage, Blue Phones are strategically positioned to optimize a person’s ability to summon help.
       Blue phone call boxes are indicated with a blue light affixed on top of every position and they are
       clearly marked.

In addition to marked police vehicles, the department also utilized bicycles and radio
communications when patrolling the campus. This capability allows for instant
communications between all officers and local police agencies.

Emergency Preparedness
The University has taken a proactive approach toward preparing for an emergency on campus. The
Chancellor and other designated Campus Security Authorities gather to conduct table-top exercises. The
exercises are designed to examine the responses of the campus Emergency Operations Personnel to well
designed “emergencies” in an effort to maintain effectiveness when critical incidents occur.

Part of the campus emergency preparedness plan includes Fire Systems Testing. In concert with the
Hammond Fire Department, fire alarms are pulled to test their viability and periodic Fire Drills are
conducted in all Residents Halls to insure staff and resident response to fire alarms. During these test, the
campus Emergency Notification System is activated. Audible messages are communicated throughout the
campus to ensure everyone on campus is able to hear the messages. The Alert Me system is also activated
and telephone and email messages are sent to all subscribers alerting them of the test and that if it were a
real emergency, they would be given instructions about what to do.

Reporting of Emergencies and Crime
Students, employees, contractors, vendors and visitors should immediately report any criminal activity they
witness or are the victim of to a Campus Security Authority. Every person on campus is an important
member of the Public Safety Team. If you become a victim or, you witness any event that can be described
as a crime or disorderly event, the Purdue University Calumet Police Department urges you to call
immediately and file a report.

In the event of any emergency on campus, a person may:
    • Dial 2911 from any campus telephone and reach a dispatcher.
    • If a campus telephone is not available and a person is in possession of a cellular telephone, dial
        219-989-2911. It is recommended that students and staff program the emergency number in their
        telephone for quick reference.
    • Don’t worry, if a mistake is made while using a personal telephone, dial 911, and the Hammond
        Indiana police dispatcher will dispatch a Hammond police unit and make notification to the Purdue
        University Calumet Police.
    • Campus emergency phones have been placed in all academic buildings on campus. Just remove the
        receiver and dial 2911
    • Emergency “Blue Light” Phones are located throughout the campus, near the buildings and in each
        campus parking area. The Blue Light phones have an automatic dialing system that will connect the
        calling party to the police emergency phone line once the button is pushed. The police department
        urges that everyone take notice of their locations and familiarize themselves with their use.




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To report criminal or suspicious activity in which there is no immediate danger to persons or property, dial
extension 2220 from any campus phone or 989-2220 from off campus phones.

Confidential Reporting of Crimes or Suspicious Activity
Anyone wishing to remain anonymous when reporting a crime may telephone a special Confidential
Hotline and leave a message about the crime or incident. This number is completely confidential and a
caller will remain completely anonymous and will not be contacted again for follow-up. The confidential
“Hot-Line is:

   •   Confidential Hot-line 2912 (From a campus telephone)
   •   Dial 219-989-2912 (if calling from a non-campus telephone).

A University Police Officer will be dispatched to investigate and take a report. With the permission of the
person making the report, the police department can take details of most incidents without revealing their
identity. Some exceptions to this rule involve incidents of violent domestic crimes, crimes involving
weapons, and other serious crimes that may place other persons at risk.

Silent Witness
In some instances a person may not want to telephone the police for fear of being identified and called to
testify. While the police encourage witnesses to support prosecutions of crimes, the PUC police understand
that many people may not want to be identified when reporting crimes. Some others may not have the time
to physically report to the police department to report crimes or unsafe conditions. In those cases the
department encourages the use of the campus “Silent Witness” page. The Silent Witness page was
developed to permit anyone the ability to report a crime or unsafe condition by going to the police web
page and under Quick Clicks, click on Silent Witness. The person will be taken to a fill-in web page
where an anonymous report can be completed. An independent police investigation will commence once
the department receives the information.

The purpose of a confidential report is to comply with an individual’s wish to keep the matter confidential,
while taking steps to ensure the future safety of yourself and others. With such information, the University
can keep accurate records of the number of incidents involving students, determine where there is a pattern
of crime with regard to a particular location, method, or assailant, and alert the campus community to a
potential danger. Reports filed in this manner are counted and disclosed in the annual crime statistics for
the institution.

The PUC Police participates with all campus organizations to discuss campus life issues and seek new
ways to improve collaboration and information exchange. These types of meetings help ensure that
everyone is a part of the safety team.

Academic Learning Center, Merrillville Indiana
Students, faculty and staff who are located at the Academic Learning Center, in Merrillville Indiana, are
urged to report all emergencies and criminal or suspicious activity to the Merrillville Police Department at
9-911 or 219-756-6165. Crimes reported to the Merrillville Police will be forwarded to the PUC police.




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Building Security
Academic buildings remain unlocked until late evening. Permission must be obtained from a department
chair to remain in classrooms beyond specific hours. Police patrols frequently inspect building after hours
for unauthorized personnel. A person believed to be unauthorized will be challenged and their purpose for
remaining inside a building will be verified.

Publications
 The police department, Dean of Students and Residents Housing staff, produce and distribute publications
about matters of safety and continuous concern.

Crime Prevention
In spite of the best efforts of law enforcement personnel, crime and disorderly conduct may occur. It really
does not matter how many systems are in place to discourage crime, unless the campus community partners
with law enforcement, problems will persist and increase. The PUC police encourage collaboration in their
safety effort. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to be the extra eyes and ears of the department and
timely report any crime or poor behavior. The Chief of Police and the Student Government Association
(SGA) collaborate closely on crime prevention matters. As Chairman of the Student Public Safety
Committee, the Chief encourages all students to share their voice and concerns about safety matters.

Atmosphere of friendship and respect
During certain time of each year, the campus family will come together, relax and enjoy other members of
the community. The PUC campus picnic is just one of those times of the year and everyone enjoys
themselves.




                            THE CHANCELLOR’S CAMPUS SAFETY WALK
In the fall of each year, the Chancellor of PUC conducts a safety walk. The intent of that walk is to ensure
that the University is doing it’s very best to maintain beauty and a safe campus. During that walk the
Chancellor looks for overgrown bushes, poor of absent lighting, or any condition that may represent a
safety hazard or detract from the attractiveness of the campus. Numerous campus officials and the Chief of
Police accompany the Chancellor and assist during the walk.

                                    YES IT DOES TAKE A VILLAGE

University Village I and II
Purdue University Calumet has two residential facilities that are extraordinarily attractive and thoughtfully
constructed. Residents have their own rooms within a suite. There are no more than four rooms per suite.
Each suite has a common kitchen and living room area where student can come together and share their
experiences. All students have internet access and there is a computer lab for their convenience. There is
ample parking for residents and visitors.

The suites are attractively furnished and ready for living. The resident halls are referred to as University
Village I and University Village II. Both are managed by University staff professionals. They are supported



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by a Business Manager, Maintenance Crew Chief, and service workers, Resident Assistants, Graduate
Assistants and Community Assistants. Each resident hall has an AED (Automatic External Defibrillator)
and resident staff and the PUC police are trained to begin proper first responder aid should the need arise.

Resident Halls are staffed 24 hours a day and a person is stationed at the entrance of each building to
monitor students and guest. After hours entry into the building requires an access card. All guests must sign
in a guest register. Surveillance cameras monitor the desk twenty-four hours a day.

Fostering Respect, Creating Community
Purdue University is committed to maintaining a community which recognizes and values the inherent
worth and dignity of every person; fosters tolerance, sensitivity, understanding and mutual respect among it
members; and encourages each individual to strive to reach his or her own potential. In pursuit of its goal
of academic excellence, the University believes that diversity among its many members strengthens the
institution, stimulates creativity, promotes the exchange of ideas, and enriches campus life.

Campus residents are reminded that crime can happen anywhere, at anytime, to anyone; and that the PUC
campus is not a crime free zone. Residents must take very seriously their own personal safety. Since the
campus is open 24 hours each day and though visitation to campus housing facilities is monitored closely,
campus residents are advised to:
   1. Keep room and apartment doors locked at all times
   2. Ask strangers to wait in the common areas, restrict access to private areas
   3. Keep valuables out of sight
   4. Do not leave personal property in common areas
   5. Suspicious activity should immediately reported to the UCSD Police Department
   6. During evening hours, when the main doors are locked, do not permit anyone to enter (Buddy
      Entry) the building after you have opened the door. If a person should enter as you enter
      a.       notify the front desk attendant immediately
      b.       notify the PUC police by calling them at 2911 or 2220

Crime Awareness
The safety of students and staff is the top priority for the University and the University Police. While there
is no absolute protection from crime, increased awareness of crime prevention techniques can help decrease
the possibility of someone being a victim of a crime. The Purdue University Calumet handbook titled “It
takes a Village-the University Village.”, a resident handbook, contains some simple common sense
approaches to safety and security. Every student is encouraged to read the student handbook and adopt safe
practices. Reviewing this handbook will provide the reader with valuable safety information.

Safety Programs
    1. New Student Orientation is conducted at the onset of each semester. During the Orientation, CSA’s
        will provide the listeners with practical safety tips regarding personal and property security.
    2. New employee orientations include a review of University safety and security procedures.
    3. Periodic public safety roundtables are conducted with student groups to address their concerns and
        provide new information.




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Timely Warnings
It is the policy of Purdue University Calumet police to issue safety alerts, known as Timely Warnings, to
the University community to warn the campus of on-going or immediate threats to the campus community,
serious criminal acts, or other serious incidents on campus or in the immediate vicinity. It is the
responsibility of the police department to make recommendations to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for
Administration, regarding the need to issue an alert. Timely warnings will be issued within twenty-four
hours of the reported incident. Criminal acts in each of the categories reflected in the statistical portion of
this report shall be given the highest priority in determining the need to issue an alert.

Alerts may be distributed by: flyers, campus news papers, notices posted on bulletin boards, email, or by
any means deemed effective at communicating the message. In the event that a situation arises, either on or
off campus, that constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat, a campus-wide “Timely Warning” will be
issued. The “Timely Warning Bulletin” will be related to a crime that is reportable under the Act, or that
represents a threat to the campus community, i.e. murder, manslaughter, rape, arson and robbery.

Timely Warning Bulletins will be posted on all exterior doors of all campus buildings and posted with
residents housing for dissemination. A copy will be given to the Dean of Student for dissemination to all
Pan-Hellenic (Greek) organizations on campus.

Once the decision has been made to issue a crime alert bulletin, the following items shall be included, if
available:
   1. Description of the incident (type of crime, time, date and location, etc.)
   2. Physical description, and name if possible, of the offender
   3. Composite drawing or photograph of the offender if possible or available
   4. Connection to previous reported incidents
   5. Description of victim, and injuries if relevant (Identification of the victim will remain confidential.)
   6. Date and time the campus crime alert was issued

Anyone with information warranting a Timely Warning should report the circumstances to the University
police department or call the non-emergency telephone number 9-989-2220. Confidential reports may be
reported to the campus confidential “Hot-Line” by calling 9-989-2912. Confidential informants will not be
traced or contacted

                              INTER-AGENCY POLICE COOPERATION

Purdue University Calumet Police are members of area law enforcement agencies that have signed a
Memorandum of Understanding calling for combining their resources in the effort to reduce and investigate
crime. Major offenses such as rape, murder, aggravated assault, robbery and auto theft are reported to the
agencies covered by the mutual aid agreement. Their joint investigative efforts are deployed to solve these
serious felony crimes. The prosecution of criminal offenses depends on their classification.

   •   All felonious offenses will be heard at 2293 N. Main Street Crown Point, Indiana 46307
   •   Misdemeanor offenses may be heard at 5925 Calumet Avenue
       Hammond, Indiana 46320
   •   Misdemeanor offenses occurring at the Adult Learning Center may be heard at 7820 Broadway,
       Merrillville, Indiana 46410


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Agencies covered by the agreement may cross jurisdictional boundaries in the effort to reduce or
investigate crimes.

Purdue University Calumet police have direct radio communications with the local Hammond police
through our University dispatcher. Through the dispatcher, the police department has access to information
from the National Law Enforcement Telecommunications Network (NLETS) and the National Crime
Information Center (NCIC) system. These computer systems are used exclusively for law enforcement
purposes to access criminal history data, nationwide police records, driver/vehicle identification
information, as well as other local, state and federal law enforcement information.

                                       MISSING PERSONS POLICY

It is the policy of the PUC Police to accept and investigate all reports of missing persons without delay.
Investigative priority will be given to investigating missing persons over the handling of property crimes.
A missing student often has a temporary residence on campus, a permanent family residence in another
jurisdiction, yet, he/she may have been last seen or heard from in a third jurisdiction. In order to ensure
proper case follow-up and a quick resolution, jurisdictional responsibilities and investigative agreements
need to be quickly reached between all the potential reporting jurisdictions.

Every case of a missing person poses unique investigative challenges that will dictate who, if any (spouse,
roommates, family members, guardians, friends) will be contacted, interviewed and in what order. In cases
that involve a missing adult student, the officer shall consider notification of the person’s designated
contact person, their parent(s) or guardian. In cases involving a missing juvenile student, the parent(s) or
guardian of the student shall be notified, as soon as it is practical to do so.

When the person’s disappearance is deemed to be suspicious, foul play is suspected, and/or the person may
be “at-risk,” consideration shall be given to requesting assistance from the Hammond Police Department.

                                        UNIVERSITY JUDICIARY

University disciplinary proceedings, as well as special guidelines for cases involving sexual misconduct,
are detailed in the Student Handbook. The victim and the accused will be permitted to present their
testimony and evidence during judicial procedures. The standard of proof for the Judicial Board shall be
the preponderance of the evidence presented. The Chief Judicial Affairs Officer shall determine what
evidence is admissible. Evidence will be admissible if it directly relates to the level of responsibility, or the
severity of sanction. Formal rules of evidence shall not apply. The accuser and the accused are entitled to
the same opportunities to have others present during a disciplinary hearing.

The Judicial Boards’ recommendation will be forwarded to the Chief Judicial Officer for action. The Chief
Judicial Affairs Officer will advise the student or organization (if required) of his/her decision in writing
within seven (7) University working days of the hearing. Sanctions can include one or more of the
following:

   •   Warning
   •   Probation (disciplinary)
   •   Restitution


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   •   Community service
   •   Educational (projects or assignments)
   •   Residence Life suspension (exclusion from living units)
   •   Interim suspension (imposed with specific requirements)
   •   Suspension (disciplinary)
   •   Expulsion (may not enter or remain on campus. Loss of registration)

The Chief Judicial Affairs Officer is not restricted to the sanctions recommended by the Judicial Body, and
shall issue a written notice to the student(s) or student organization, advising them of the sanction(s)
imposed.
A student found guilty of violating the University sexual misconduct policy could be criminally prosecuted
in the state courts and may be suspended or expelled from the University. The accuser and the accused
must be informed of the outcome of any institutional disciplinary proceedings alleging a sex offense.

                                           DAILY CRIME LOG

The Purdue University Calumet police ensure the maintenance of a Daily Crime Log. The Daily Crime Log
records, by the date and incident, all crimes and other serious incidents that occur on the main or satellite
campus.

The Chief of Police appoints a designee to collect the daily data for entry into the Daily Crime Log. The
Daily Crime Log is available for public inspection by logging onto www.calumet.purdue.edu/police/ and
clicking onto the Crime Log year of interest. The Chief of Police or his designee will also request Clery
specific data from area police agencies for inclusion into the annual Clery Report. The Chief or his
designee will ensure that the data are accurately counted annually and submitted to the U.S. Department of
Education. Some law enforcement agencies do not maintain separate statistical crime data required under
the Jeanne Clery Act. In those instances, the Chief will report to the Department of Education that the
specific agency does not maintain Clery reporting data as it relates to students and student activities and
Central State University.

The Daily Crime Log includes the nature, date, time, and general location of each crime reported to the
department, as well as the disposition of the complaint, if this information is known at the time the log is
created and reserves the right to exclude specific reports from the log in certain circumstances. Data are
collected for the following incidents on campus:

   •   Murder and non-negligent manslaughter
   •   Negligent manslaughter
   •   Forcible sex crimes
   •   Non-forcible sex crimes
   •   Robbery
   •   Aggravated assault
   •   Burglary
   •   Motor vehicle theft
   •   Arson
   •   Hate crimes



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       a)   Murder and non-negligent manslaughter
       b)   Negligent manslaughter
       c)   Larceny-theft
       d)   Assault (simple)
       e)   Intimidation
       f)   Destruction/damage/vandalism of property
       g)   Forcible sex crimes
       h)   Non-forcible sex crimes
       i)   Robbery
       j)   Aggravated assault
       k)   Burglary
       l)   Motor vehicle theft
       m)   Arson

Or persons arrested and processed for:

   •   Weapons violations
   •   Violation of drug laws
   •   Violations of Indiana liquor laws

Or any student referred to the campus judiciary for:

   •   Weapons possession
   •   Drug law violations
   •   Indiana liquor law violation

                                           DATA COLLECTION

Statistics from Local Police
The University police department is responsible for ensuring the collection of crime statistic data from the
cities of Hammond, Merrillville and the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, for inclusion into the annual report.
Each year the University police department will make a good-faith effort to collect data required under the
Act from local and state law enforcement agencies within the University’s jurisdiction. Request will be
made through written documentation and the response from those agencies is recorded.

Crime Analysis
The police department tracks incident trends to ensure the most effective deployment of personnel and keep
abreast of trends that should be addressed in our crime prevention and educational efforts.

                    CAMPUS MAINTENANCE/FIRE SAFETY AND SECURITY


On-Campus Student Housing and Life Safety Systems
Purdue University Calumet has a total of 2 on-campus student housing facilities. Each facility is equipped
with fire detection systems, including smoke and heat detectors, and pull-box stations. Each facility is fully
suppressed with fire sprinklers. All fire life safety systems report to the Hammond Fire Department.


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All residence halls and other campus facilities are monitored by video monitoring equipment, resident
housing staff and police personnel. Police personnel report daily on all observations, conditions of campus
lighting, facilities needing repair and unusual conduct. The campus is well lighted at all parking lots,
walkways and building exteriors. Campus maintenance staff routinely checks the conditions of street
lighting, exterior lighting and emergency lighting to insure proper operation. Fire extinguishers, fire safety
systems and other emergency systems are tested frequently to maintain certification and operability. Unsafe
conditions such as overgrown brush and shrubbery are kept trimmed so as to retain beautification and not
create hazards.

Maintenance staff is available to respond to calls for service regarding unsafe facility conditions or for
personal safety and property protection. These conditions also may include unsafe steps, handrails,
sidewalks, roadway conditions and unsecured equipment.

Fire Alarm
When a fire alarm is activated, all residents are required to vacate. Residents are required to assemble at
designated safe areas and wait for instructions or an all clear. Residents are expected to comply with these
procedures and vacate the premises upon hearing a fire alarm. At the beginning of each semester, the
Department of Housing and Residential Education test the smoke detectors in Resident Housing for proper
operation and working batteries.
Fire Safety
Maintaining campus safety is more than fighting and discouraging crime. Fires can be extremely
problematic if the proper fire safety systems are not in place and working. In addition, all campus
personnel must be trained to recognize hazards and be prepared to take action. Students and staff must also
have some working knowledge of how to properly utilize fire suppression hand-held devices.

Training
PUC conducts training for resident assistants. Training is also provided to current and new residents during
new resident orientation.

Training covers:
   • Evacuation and emergency preparedness
   • Use of portable fire extinguishers
   • Organizational mandates
   • Fire inspection program
   • Kitchen fire safety
   • Life safety systems

New resident orientation training covers:
  • Fire inspection program
  • Organizational mandates
  • Kitchen fire safety
  • Life safety systems
  • Evacuation
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Arson


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According to national statistics, since the year 2000, over 135 students have died as a result of campus
fires. The report cites that 90-percent of the fires occurred in off-campus housing, while only 10-percent
occurred in University resident housing. Purdue University Calumet has never reported a fire fatality.

All residential buildings are protected by state of the art fire safety suppression systems, carbon monoxide
detectors and smoke detectors. Every campus building has portable fire extinguishers, smoke and fire
detectors.

Portable Fire Extinguishers
Portable fire extinguishers are located within every building and are positioned according to the City of
Hammond Fire Code. Portable extinguishers at the University are intended for use by trained individuals.
Resident advisors, housing staff personnel, maintenance staff and many others are trained in the proper use
of portable fire extinguishers. Students and staff are advised to activate the nearest fire alarm prior to using
a fire extinguisher. They are taught that portable extinguishers are appropriate for only small contained
fires, such as a fire in a wastebasket. Students and staff are advised not to try fighting a fire if they have not
been trained or are unsure about what type of extinguisher to use. Everyone is advised not to fight a fire
unless they have been properly trained and are sure about what type of fire incident is occurring and what
type of fire extinguisher to use. Never fight a growing or spreading fire. Use that time to escape and help
others to escape.

Everyone, including employees, residents and students alike are advised to:
   • Remain calm and don’t panic. Others may depend on you to lead them to safety.
   • Everyone is advised to have two escape plans in case of fire.
   • Everyone is advised to know where the alarm pull stations are in their building and immediately
      activate them when a fire is observed and call 2911 or 911.
   • Everyone is advised to know where persons of disability are working or studying and be prepared to
      assist them during emergencies.
   • Everyone is advised to never use and elevator during a fire event.
   • Everyone is advised to leave the fire area immediately. Encourage others to also leave immediately
      and assist those who need assistance because of mobility or visual disabilities.
   • Everyone is advised to close passageway doors as they pass through them to restrict smoke and
      gasses from moving rapidly throughout the building.
   • Everyone is advised to listen for instructions over the campus-wide public address system and
      follow the instructions carefully.
   • Everyone is advised to move to a safe area once outside the building and do not re-enter until
      advised by fire personnel that it is safe to do so.

Fire Safety Preparedness
   • Students and staff are advised to learn their building’s exiting system.
   • To know at least two separate routes from their area to an exit or exit stairway.
   • To know the location of their building’s fire alarms, and learn how to use them.
   • To know the emergency telephone number for the area or campus police.
           o Campus phone 2911
           o External or cell phones dial 911 in emergencies. The Hammond dispatcher will contact the
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   •   If a person has a disability that could delay their escape, let someone in authority know about it, and
       be sure there is a plan to provide assistance if an emergency arises.

Emergency Building Evacuation Instructions for Persons with Physical Disabilities
Persons with disabilities and persons who work or live in proximity to persons with disabilities must plan
for emergency evacuation in the event of a fire or other emergency. Purdue University Calumet provides
annual training to employees and students on how to assist campus community members who are
challenged with a disability. Several academic buildings and the police patrol units have an Emergency
Evacuation Chair that can be used when necessary, to assist in the evacuation of the disabled.
In the event of an emergency that may require a building evacuation, remember;

   •   Remain calm, help is on the way.
   •   Call 2911 from any campus telephone or 911 from your personal telephone. Notify the dispatcher
       of your location and disability. If you are unable to dial 911yourself, attempt to contact other
       personnel in the area and advise them of your location and disability.
   •   Carry a whistle or a personal alarm device at assist you in notifying others of your location.
   •   If you are trapped in a room, keep the door closed and, if possible, place materials at the base of the
       door to prevent smoke from entering.

The University Village Emergency Notification System
An Emergency Notification System (ENS) enunciator is installed throughout spaces in University Village I
and University Village II. Locations include hallways, suites and common living areas. The Division of
Police for the University will provide instruction to residents using the Emergency Notification System,
when an emergency arises.

Fire Safety Report
Fire safety reports are posted and repopulated upon the occurrence of any fire incident. The Fire Safety
Report is posted on the PUC police web page with the annual Clery statement and it can be located at:
http://webs.calumet.purdue.edu/police/
Mandatory supervised fire drills
Purdue University Calumet Housing Department conducts fire evacuation drills each semester to acquaint
residents with procedures for evacuation and safety. The fire evacuation drills are supervised by the
housing manager and a team of resident housing employees.

Health and Safety Inspections at the University Villages
Health and safety inspections of individual bedrooms and apartment suites are completed by authorized
personnel of the Department of Housing and Residential Education. Health and safety inspections are
conducted on a monthly basis to monitor compliance with health and safety standards. Inspections are
implemented to determine if certain items or conditions endanger the health and safety of building
occupants.

Violations of the health and safety standards include, but are not limited to, possessing flammable
materials, candles, halogen lamps, incense, circuit overload, pets, and excessive trash.The staff of the
Department of Housing and Residential Education will inspect common areas such as the kitchen, living
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window guards, smoke detectors, and other facility items will be checked to during the health and safety
inspections.

All room entries, health and safety inspections, and/or searches by the staff of the Department of Housing
and Residential Education will be conducted under the supervision of the Assistant Director or Director of
Housing and Residential Education, unless an emergency precludes such delay.

Inspection slips will be left in each bedroom notifying each resident of inspection date, time, the HRE staff
members conducting the inspection, and results. The Resident Conduct Process may be implemented
and/or fines will be assessed as a result of health and safety violations.

 Fire inspections start this fall and there are four inspections for every Resident Hall per year. For more
information, visit: http://webs.calumet.purdue.edu/housing/files/2009/09/UVResHndbk_Web.pdf

Fire Safety Policies and Rules
Purdue University Calumet fire safety regulations are intended to prevent injuries to members of the
University community and physical damage to facilities. Rooms are inspected periodically, at random
times, to assure compliance with University regulations. Because of the seriousness of the regulations that
cover fire safety, Purdue University Calumet takes disciplinary action on the first offense. Such actions
may include the imposition of a fine by the Housing Department.
Smoking is prohibited within the University as well as in or around the University Village Community.
Purdue University Calumet has prohibitions for items including candles, incense, halogen lamps, and
fireworks. For a complete list, visit:
http://webs.calumet.purdue.edu/housing/files/2009/09/UVResHndbk_Web.pdf

Electrical Appliances
Some small appliances, such as radios, televisions, irons, refrigerators (with enclosed heating units and not
exceeding four cubic feet), and microwaves (not exceeding 600 watts) are permitted. No appliances with
exposed heating elements or grills (for either outdoor or indoor use), are allowed. The resident should
check with the Department of Housing and Residential Education regarding permissibility of other small
appliances.

Major appliances, such as washers, dryers, and dishwashers are heavy consumers of utilities and are not
allowed on the premises because of electrical and plumbing requirements. In consideration of fire safety,
halogen lamps are not permitted for use in any residential facility. Fire code prohibits storage or use of
barbecue grills in or on any building, walkway, stairway or balcony. No grills of any type are permitted in
The University Village including George Foreman Grills. The use of candles, incense or any open flame is
not permitted on the premises. Final approval for all appliances is through the housing manager.

For a complete listing of authorized appliances, visit:
http://webs.calumet.purdue.edu/housing/files/2009/09/UVResHndbk_Web.pdf

Future Improvements for Fire Safety
PUC will make improvements to on-campus student housing whenever necessary for improved safety of
our community.



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                                           CAMPUS SERVICES

University Shuttle Service
As an enhancement to student life, Purdue University Calumet provides a transportation service for
students who must have transportations to bus lines or specific points of interest. The service is on a first
serve basis. Contact the transportation office for specific hours of operation and locations served.

Transportation will not be provided for non-campus to non-campus activities.

Student Health Services
The University provided the following services at the Student Health Center:
   • First aid
   • Diagnosis and treatment of acute illnesses
   • Treatment of acute muscular strains and sprains
   • Birth control pills
   • Pap smears and gynecological exams
   • Sexually transmitted disease testing
   • Treatment of genital warts when appropriate
   • Evaluation and treatment after acute injuries
   • Suture removal
   • Pregnancy testing-limited to once every 90 days unless medically necessary
   • Some of the prescription medications (antibiotics, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, birth
      control pills and topical creams)
   • Counseling provided by licensed counselors
   • Laboratory work
   • X-rays
   • Referral to specialist when medically indicated
   • Ambulance services in cases of emergencies

Students are encouraged to check with the Student Health Center to find out which services and
pharmaceuticals are NOT covered.

Substance Awareness
Purdue University Calumet is committed to the eradication of illegal drugs and to the maintenance of a
drug-free environment. The University fully supports and endorses federal, state and local laws that
prohibit the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs or alcohol. Violators of drug policies
are subject to the provisions of applicable state and federal laws, as well as University Disciplinary actions.
In support of this commitment, the University has developed a comprehensive Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Prevention Policy, which has been endorsed by the Board of Trustees of the Purdue University system.
This Policy is published in the Faculty and Staff, and Student handbooks.

It is the responsibility of every administrator and member of the faculty, staff and student body to
familiarize themselves with these policies and the associated sanctions which may include suspensions,
expulsion, and loss of financial aid eligibility, loss of academic credit, or termination and prosecution in the
courts.



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Information regarding substance abuse education, counseling and treatment services can be obtained from
any of the following locations:

    •   Health Services
    •   Counseling Services
    •   Human Resources
    •   Office of Student Affairs
    •   Dean of Students

Assistance for both students and employees is available through the University’s counseling programs.
Drug abuse counseling is provided by the (EAP) Employee Assistance Program. Personal counseling and
referral are provided for students and their spouses through (CAPS) Counseling and Psychological
Services.
                             SUMMARY OF PURDUE UNIVERSITY’S
                                ALCOHOL AND DRUG POLICIES

Health Risk
The scope and impact of health risks from alcohol and drug abuse are both alarming and well documented,
ranging from mood altering to life threatening. Abuse of alcohol and drugs alters behavior, distorts
perception, impairs thinking, impedes judgment and sabotages opportunity. Substance abuse may result in
deterioration of physical health by causing or contributing to various diseases, illnesses or birth defects that
may result in permanent impairment or death.

The University is committed to creating a safe and healthy learning environment for all members of the
campus community. The University disapproves of any type of illegal drug use, improper use of legally
prescribed drugs, alcohol abuse, intoxication, and any resulting unacceptable conduct. The following policy
will be strictly enforced.

Drugs
The University prohibits the medically unsupervised use, possession, sale, manufacture or distribution of
illegal narcotics (including, but not limited to, barbiturates, hallucinogens, methamphetamines, cocaine,
opium, heroine or marijuana) or other drugs that may involve medical or psychological hazards to
individuals or that may interfere with the rights and privileges of others.

When such activity occurs on campus, the University shall initiate appropriate measures, which will
include disciplinary action. In addition, such matters may be referred by the University to the law
enforcement authorities. Violators will be subject to penalties that may include probation, suspensions, or
expulsions from the University.

Indiana Laws Governing Alcohol – Legal Sanctions
In the State of Indiana, no beer or other intoxicating liquor may be sold to any person under the age of 21.
The law also prohibits persons 21 years or older from providing alcohol to anyone younger than 21. A
person misrepresenting his or her age to obtain alcoholic beverages is also in violation of the law.




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University Policy on Alcohol
The possession or use of alcoholic beverages in or on any University property, unless expressly permitted
by University regulations, is prohibited. The use, sale, consumption, distribution or possession of open
alcoholic beverages in a vehicle, is prohibited on any property owned or leased by the University or any
department or division thereof. In addition:

   1. Possession of alcohol by a minor is prohibited.
   2. Operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol is prohibited. Violations of this
      policy will result in administrative and/or criminal adjudication.
   3. Public Intoxication is prohibited.
   4. Alcohol may not be given as a prize for activities sponsored by the University or student
      organizations.
   5. Alcohol may not be a part of membership recruitment or initiation processes by any student
      organization.

The University assumes no responsibility for any liability incurred as a result of an individual’s action,
including actions that violate these regulations or any applicable Indiana laws governing the use and
consumption of alcoholic beverages. Alcoholic beverage may be served to persons age 21 or older at
locations and functions designated by the University Chancellor, subject to the provisions of all University
policies.

Purdue’s alcohol policy is published and distributed annually (Executive Memorandum No C-44, dated
June 12, 1998) to students and employees. Consult this policy for detailed information. Students may also
refer to the Regulations Governing Student Conduct, Disciplinary Proceedings and Appeals on page 3,
item “m” regarding rules prohibiting the possession of alcohol.

For assistance in dealing with substance abuse problems, students are encouraged to contact either the
Dean of Students or the Medical Director of the Health Center. Employees may contact the director of
Human Resources or the director of the Health Center.

Sanctions
The University considers violation of these alcoholic beverage regulations as unacceptable and violators
shall be disciplined in accordance with the severity of the violation. Sanctions for social misconduct and
procedures for handling allegations of social misconduct are included in the Purdue University Calumet
Student Handbook. Sanctions may be accompanied by additional conditions, including appropriate
counseling, participation in educational programs, and/or University or community service. Students will
be disciplined if their use of alcohol or drugs precipitates disorder, public disturbances, danger to
themselves and/or others, or leads to property damage. Any violation of Indiana state law may result in
criminal prosecution and/or civil action.

                                          WEAPONS POLICY

The possession, use or sale of firearms, ammunition, explosives, or other dangerous weapons as defined by
Indiana Criminal Code, is forbidden except by authorized law enforcement personnel and will subject the
violator to criminal prosecution and University sanctions.




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                                               HATE CRIMES

Incidents involving the degradation of any person on the basis of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation,
ethnicity/national origin or disability will not be tolerated. Incidents of a criminal nature will be referred for
criminal prosecution.

                                   VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE

Purdue University is committed to providing students, faculty, staff and visitors a safe and healthful
environment. Accordingly, the University’s Executive Memorandum C-43 prohibits acts of violence or
threats of violence in the campus community or the workplace. By University standards, violence is
defined as any conduct that intentionally or recklessly causes bodily injury to another person or damage to
property.

The directive provided in the Executive Memorandum also prohibits any threat of violence which includes
any behavior that could be interpreted by a reasonable person as intent to cause physical harm to another
person or damage to property.

                         SEXUAL ASSAULT, PREVENTION AND RESPONSE

The University provides information to the student community about sexual assaults and date rape through
mandatory freshman orientations at the beginning of each new semester. Counseling Services offers
sexual-assault education and information programs to University students and employees upon request.
Literature on date rape education, risk reduction, and University response is available through Student
Health Services and the University Village office.

The best defenses against rape and sexual assault are alertness and awareness. Never let your guard down
even during dating situations. Sexual assault is the unwanted touching of another in a sexual manner.
Acquaintance rape is a serious crime. A victim of acquaintance rape is strongly urged to report the crime so
that they might receive proper judicial attention to the matter and others may not become victimized. Rape
is sexual intercourse without consent. The lack of force does not mean consent. No truly means no. When
dating a person should:

   •   Let someone know with whom you are going out with, where you will be and an approximate time
       of your arrival. Develop your safety call with your friends. It’s that call you make when you are
       returning home.
   •   Don’t let anyone encourage you to drink excessively or experiment with any substance. Included in
       this advisement is to never leave your beverage unattended for any reason. If you must leave the bar
       or table, take your beverage with you or discard in and start anew. This advisement applies to some
       food products as well. If you should feel dizzy or feel you are “letting go” of your inhibitions, either
       call or have the business owner call for paramedics.
   •   Trust you feeling and instincts. If you feel uncomfortable about anyone, there is probably a good
       reason. Get away fast.
   •   Report any incident or attack immediately. Do not wait to get back to the University, call the near
       jurisdictional police and file a report. Notify the Dean of Students upon your return to campus. If
       the attacker is another student, notify the campus police.


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Here is good “parental” advice for anyone deciding to date. In selecting dating partners, beware of anyone
who:
    • Ignores your wishes
    • Becomes angry or hostile when you say “No.”
    • Tries to make you feel guilty when you say “No.”
    • Ignores your personal spaces or boundaries.
    • Is excessively jealous or possessive. Give second thought to anyone that makes exclusive claims on
        your attention.
    • Doesn’t listen to what you say.
    • Expresses hostile feelings.
    • Continuously talking about sex and sex acts. That person may be expressive about what they have
        done with others.
    • Exposes themselves when you are alone and thinks it’s funny or makes obscene gestures.

Sexual Assault Safety Procedures
If you are a victim of a sexual assault at this institution, your first priority should be to get to a place of
safety and notify the police immediately.

   1. Call the PUC police by dialing 2911 from a campus phone or 219-989-2911 from your cell or other
      telephonic device.
   2. If you are not sure what to do, call the Crisis Contact - (800) 519-0469 or 219-938-0900. The
      advocate will provide you with options and you will not have to give your name.
   3. You can also call the PUC Counseling Service at 2366 during normal business hours. Various
      counseling options are available from the University through the Student Health Center. Counseling
      and support services outside the University system can be obtained through the Lake County
      Victims Assistance program.
   4. Do not eat, drink, wash, shower, go to the bathroom, douche or clean up. As difficult as this is, your
      body is a receptor of physical evidence that needs to be properly collected.
   5. It is important not to forget the possibility of sexually transmitted diseases and/or pregnancy. Note:
      All health care providers are legally required to report to the police all cases of suspected sexual or
      physical assault.

You should then obtain necessary medical treatment. The University police department strongly advocates
that a victim of sexual assault report the incident in a timely manner. Time is a critical factor in evidence
collection and preservation. An assault should be reported directly to a University police officer, a local
police officer and/or to a recognized CSA. Filing a police report with a University police officer will not
obligate the victim to prosecute, nor will it subject the victim to scrutiny or judgmental opinions from
officers. Filing a police report will:

   1. Ensure that a victim of sexual assault receives the necessary medical treatment and tests, at no
      expense to the victim
   2. Provide the opportunity for collection of evidence helpful in prosecution, which cannot be obtained
      later (ideally a victim of sexual assault should not wash, douche, use the toilet, or change clothing
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   3. Assure the victim has access to free confidential counseling from counselors specifically trained in
      the area of sexual assault crisis intervention.

When a sexual-assault victim contacts the University police department, the Dean of Students will also be
notified.

Changing Living and/or Academic Environment
Student victims have the option to change their academic and/or on-campus living situations after an
alleged sexual assault. A sexual assault can result in lasting physical and mental harm. If a Purdue
University Calumet student who survives a sexual assault or an assault stemming from relationship
violence requests a change in her/his living arrangement or academic schedule, the Dean of Students will
assist in assuring that the change is made as long as those changes are reasonably available.

Exhibitionism or Voyeurism
If you believe that you are the victim of an exhibitionist or voyeur, try not to panic. Stay calm and show no
reaction. Pretend you are answering your phone and call the police immediately. Smile and laugh as if you
are talking to a friend. Do not turn toward the suspect and continue to remain on the line until police arrive.
Do not open your door to anyone. The police will advise you over the phone that they have arrived.

Administrative/Judicial Considerations
Students may also contact the Dean of Students, any member of the Dean of Students Office, or any
Campus Security Authority for information and assistance regarding the filing of a criminal complaint
and/or confidential report. To initiate a complaint contact the Dean of Students Office.

Note: Any PUC student or employee who is suspected of sexual misconduct is subject to both criminal
prosecution and disciplinary action under campus policies and regulations. Campus disciplinary action can
be initiated even if criminal charges are not pursued.

A PUC student accused of sexual misconduct is subject to disciplinary action in accordance with the PUC
Student Conduct Code. The accuser and the accused are entitled to the same opportunities to have others
present during a campus disciplinary proceeding, and both shall be informed of the outcome of any campus
disciplinary proceeding brought forth alleging a sex offense. Student sexual assault victims also have the
option of changing their academic or on-campus living arrangements after an alleged sexual assault, if such
changes are reasonably available.

A PUC employee accused of sexual misconduct is subject to the applicable provisions and disciplinary
action in accordance with University Policies and Procedures. Sanctions for sexual misconduct include, but
are not limited to, warning(s), censure, demotion, suspension, or termination of employment.

                                         SEXUAL HARASSMENT

The Student Handbook provides specific standards for acts considered as sexual harassment. Sexual
harassment violates fundamental rights, individual dignity and personal integrity and is not tolerated at
PUC. Not every act that might be offensive to one individual or group will be considered sexual
harassment and/or a violation of the University’s standards of conduct. In determining whether an act
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must be carefully reviewed, and the due consideration must be given to the protection of individual rights,
freedom of speech, academic freedom and advocacy. Every student and employee of Purdue University
Calumet is required to become familiar with the University’s policy on sexual harassment. That policy may
be viewed in the student handbook or on the University website at www.purdue.edu . You must navigate
through the Faculty, Staff, Retirees link and click on Policies and Procedures.

                                     PERSONAL SAFETY ADVICE

Stuff happens and there is no absolute way to prevent stuff from happening. Crimes such as rape, robbery,
battery and other serious offenses such as shootings, are examples of crimes that are unpredictable and may
occur when we least expect them to occur. Law enforcement continues to research for better ways to
minimize these dangers and assure fewer victimizations. The efforts of law enforcement are costly and not
perfect. All citizens must take responsibility for their own safety and work to reduce “stuff” from
happening. Some of the most common sense measure is:

   •   Remain alert at all times and don’t put yourself at risk.
   •   Have you ever heard the saying “Don’t snitch…? Our advice is to report dangers and any condition
       that you believe will cause harm to yourself and/or others.
   •   When out at night, always walk in the presence of known associates. Try never to walk alone. If
       you find that you are alone and are uneasy, call a friend, let them know where you are and establish
       a “Safety Call.” A Safety Call is a call to that friend when you reach your destination or enter your
       vehicle and are driving away. Give the friend your location and expected pattern of travel. Advise
       the friend or friends that if you don’t call within a reasonable period of time, call the police.
   •   Never park your vehicle in unlit or deserted areas.
   •   Carry a whistle or personal alarm device. If you feel threatened or believe someone is following you
       and you fear attack, blow the whistle or activate your personal alarm. If you feel you are being
       pursued, run to a place of better safety such as a shopping center, an open business and best yet, a
       police station if one is nearby.

Obscene and Harassing Phone Calls
Always use the telephone on your terms. Never volunteer your name to any caller you don’t know. Hang
up at once if the caller makes an obscene or harassing remark. Beware of anyone who says they are
conducting a survey. If you suspect the caller is not legitimate, get the caller’s name, telephone number and
company affiliation. If possible, Google the company for contact information and inquire about the reason
for the call. Never give personal information over the phone. If the caller says that he or she is from a law
enforcement agency, advise them that you will call them at the agency number located on their web page or
in the telephone book.

Assaults
As previously mentioned, an assault, robbery, and other violent crimes may occur at anytime. Follow the
Personal Safety advice provided earlier in this publication.

Thefts
Some students carelessly leave their valuables unattended or stored in unlocked spaces, including their
residential spaces. As with Personal Safety advice, your best defense is awareness and vigilance. Some tips
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   •   Keep doors and windows locked
   •   Don’t hide spare keys outside.
   •   Never lend anyone your keys. In some cases student have loaned their car to a “friend” and gave the
       person all of their keys. The friend duplicates the keys and returns the car and original keys to the
       owner. The friend now has complete access to the living spaces and car.
   •   Don’t keep an ID on your key ring.
   •   Do not carry large amounts of money.
   •   Do not advertise your absences from home or residence hall.
   •   Do not leave valuables unattended.
   •   Make a list of your valuable. Photograph them and secure that information in a safe place.
   •   Engrave valuable with your “secret” number. Create a number only you understand.
   •   Service or repair persons should be required to identify themselves.
   •   Debit cards, credit cards and Calling Cards should be used only by the owner. Never allow anyone
       to observe your pin number.
   •   Maintain homeowners or renters insurance.

Identity Theft
Identity theft is a crime that can disrupt lives and take many years to recover. It involves obtaining the
identity of another for illicit purposes. Criminals of this type use stolen identities to obtain credit, purchase
goods and services, and obtain jobs. It is critically that everyone uses caution when providing personal
information. Remember “SCAM”:

   •   S – Stingy. Stingy refers to being stingy about giving information to others unless you have a
       reason to trust them. Limit information on personal checks. Do not list social security numbers,
       driver’s license or telephone numbers on checks. Did you know that some driver’s license numbers
       have a code that provides the holders last name, year of birth and day of birth.
   •   C-Check. Check your financial information through the three main credit reporting bureau
       regularly.
   •   A-Ask. Ask for a copy of your credit report. The three credit report agencies are Equifax, Experien
       and Trans Union.
   •   M-Maintain. Maintain careful records of banking, financial and tax records. Install good anti-
       spyware and firewalls. Change passwords frequently. Report identity theft immediately to the
       police.
                                DRUG AND ALCOHOL POLICIES
Alcoholic Beverages
Use, possession, or distribution of alcoholic beverages is prohibited on campus. State law prohibits
possession of alcoholic beverages by persons younger than 21 years old. The law also prohibits persons 21
or older from providing alcoholic beverages to minors.

Illegal Drugs
Violators of drug policies are subject to the provisions of applicable state and federal laws as well as
university disciplinary sanctions. The Indiana Criminal Code and University regulations prohibit the use,
possession of, or distribution of any controlled substances or pharmaceuticals without a valid prescription.




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Campus housing maintains a “no tolerance” drug and alcohol policy. This policy is published and
distributed to students in their “It Takes a Village-The University Village” Handbook. Employees are also
under the same prohibitions under Executive Order. Consult this policy for detailed information.
(Executive Memorandum-No. C-44, June 12, 1998.)The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides
drug abuse counseling for employees. Personal counseling and referrals are provided for students and their
families through the IPFW/Parkview Student Assistance Program. Anyone who wants to report any illegal
drug or criminal activity should call 219-989-2220/2221/2222 or the Crime Hot Line at 219-989-2912. The
police department also encourages the use of the Silent Witness. The Silent Witness allows the reporter to
send an anonymous email describing persons, places or events that compromise safety on or around
campus.
                                     SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION

The Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act (CSCPA) of 2000 (section 1601 of Public Law 106-386) is a
federal law that provides for the tracking of convicted sex offenders enrolled at, or employed by,
institutions of higher education. The CSCPA is an amendment to the Jacob Wetterling Crimes against
Children and Sexually Violent Offender Act. The federal law requires state law enforcement agencies
provide Universities with a list of registered sex offenders who have indicated that they are enrolled,
employed or carrying on a vocation at educational institutions such as Purdue University Calumet.

Purdue University Calumet Police will maintain a registration list of sex offenders that will be available at
two campus locations: the Police Department and the Dean of Students office, located on the first floor of
the Lawshe Building.

The Indiana Sex and Violent Offender Registry may be checked on-line at www.state.in.us/serv/cji_sor .
Megans Law can be found on-line at www.klasskids.org/st-ind.htm or you can go to the Purdue University
Calumet Police website at www.calumet.purdue.edu/police/

The CSCPA further amends the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) to clarify
that nothing in the Act can prohibit an educational institution from disclosing information provided to the
institution concerning registered sex offenders. This statement is provided in compliance with the Campus
Sex Crimes Prevention Act of 2000.
      In accordance to the "Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act" of 2000, this amends the Jacob Wetterling Crimes against Children
      and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act, the Jeanne Clery Act and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of
      1974, the Purdue University Calumet Police Department is providing a link to the National Sex Offender Registry. This act
      requires institutions of higher education to issue a statement advising the campus community where law enforcement
      information provided by a State concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained. It also requires sex offenders already
      required to register in a State to provide notice of each institution of higher education in that State at which the person is
      employed, carries a vocation, or is a student. In the State of Indiana, convicted sex offenders must register with the Sex
      Offender Registry maintained by the County Sheriff Department




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                                    EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS




The University Police Department and other critical campus departments have partnered together and
formed a Crisis Team and developed a Crisis Response Plan. The purpose of the plan is to establish and
document a coordinated plan for responses to all crises, whether large or small, which may arise.
Crisis Management is normally divided into four distinct parts: mitigation, preparedness, response and
recovery. Mitigation is the cornerstone of crisis management. It is the ongoing effort to reduce the
likelihood of a crisis occurring and to lessen the impact the crisis has on people and property.
Preparedness serves to develop the response capabilities needed in the event a crisis should arise.
Protecting the lives of students, employees, guests, and visitors and insuring the continuity of an
operational unit within the University structure is the focus of crisis preparedness. Response begins at the
moment the crisis is recognized and continues through its immediate aftermath. Recovery is the time
required for the recovery of the functional area and the restoration of normal services.

When Emergencies Happen
Purdue University Calumet employs multiple methods of notification to alert the campus of emergencies.
Alert Me is a state of the art notification system. Once activated, an announcement is heard over external
and internal loud speakers throughout the campus advising of the nature of the emergency and advising
individuals of the action to take. Text Messages are sent to every subscriber; Emails will be sent throughout
the campus. Alert Me can be found on the main page of the University’s website. Students, faculty and
community members can sign up for Alert Me campus alerts on that page.

Bad Weather Advisory
When weather conditions deteriorate and severely threaten safety and movement, a decision may be made
to cancel classes on campus. When this occurs, only critical people are required to remain on campus. All
others will be notified to remain at home during the period of adverse weather. These announcements may
be sent through the Alert Me system and news media. Department supervisors will delegate which
employees are critical and must remain or report to campus to preserve life and facility functions.

Tornadoes
A tornado watch is issued when conditions are favorable for tornado formation. A tornado warning is
issued when a tornado has been detected and may be approaching. In this locality, a series of short blasts of
the campus siren system signifies a tornado warning. The local commercial radio and television stations
broadcast tornado warnings. When a tornado warning is sounded, everyone should take shelter
immediately in a reinforced concrete building. Occupants are advised to evacuate the top floors and go to
the lower floors or basement by the nearest stairway. Avoid auditoriums, gymnasiums, and other areas with
wide-span roofs. Avoid wood frame buildings and stay clear of windows and glass areas. Be prepared to
kneel and cover your head. If you are in a building with no basement, get under heavy furniture near the
center of the house. Do not remain in a trailer or mobile home. If you are outdoors, lie flat in the nearest
depression, ditch, or ravine. Remain in the sheltered area until the all clear signal is given via radio or
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Shelter in Place
“Shelter in place” simply means seeking immediate shelter inside a building or university residence. This
course of action may need to be taken during a tornado, earthquake (rare in Indiana), or an accidental
release of toxic chemicals in the outside air. You will be notified of dangerous weather conditions by the
sounding of severe weather alert sirens. The campus siren system will emit a series of short blasts. You will
also be warned through radio or television, or your own observations. Go inside a brick building to the
lowest internal room/hallway. If available, turn on a radio to a media station for updates. Remain in place
until police, fire, or other emergency response personnel tell you it is safe to leave, or until information is
announced through radio or television broadcasts, alerting you that it is safe to leave.

Earthquakes
Earthquakes are very rare in the Indiana area, but not impossible. If an earthquake should occur:
   • If you are indoors, don’t rush to get outside. Get under a desk or table. Stay away from windows
        and outside walls.
   • If you are outdoors, get into an open area away from trees, buildings, walls, and power lines.
   • If you are driving, pull over to the side of the road and stop. Avoid overpasses and power lines. Stay
        inside your car until the tremors cease.
For the complete Emergency Procedures Handbook, go to http://www.calumet.purdue.edu/emergency/
Under Quick Clicks, click Emergency Preparedness.




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                                              APPENDIX A
___________________________________________________________________________
The following are examples of policy statements, notifications, letters, Forms and Timely Warning
Bulletins that are use at Purdue University Calumet.
___________________________________________________________________________


                                          Timely Warning Policy

Example


In the event that a situation arises, either on or off campus, that, in the judgment of the Chief of University
Police, constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat, a campus wide “timely warning” will be issued. The
warning will be issued through the college e-mail system to students, faculty, staff and the campus’ student
newspaper, “The Chronicle.”. Depending on the particular circumstances of the crime, especially in all
situations that could pose an immediate threat to the community and individuals, the Police Department
may also post a notice on the University Police web site at www.calumet.purdue.edu/police providing the
university community with more immediate notification. In such instances, a copy of the notice is posted at
the front of each residence hall. Anyone with information warranting a timely warning should report the
circumstances to the University Police, by phone (219) 989-2220 or in person at the Police Department.




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                                              APPENDIX B


                                            Timely Warnings

                                                 Example

                                      SPECIAL NOTIFICATION

                           Purdue University Calumet Police Department
                          CAUTIONS STUDENTS ABOUT ______________


The Purdue University Calumet received reports of two possible assaults over the weekend of April 5. The
circumstances of these assaults suggest the involvement of Describe weapon or method of crime.. In both
cases, the victims reported Description of what victims observed or had intimate knowledge related to the
crime. In one case the victim declined to pursue a criminal investigation, and the PUC police department is
actively investigating the other.

Although no confirmed cases have previously been reported on-campus, the PUC Police Department urges
residents of the Hammond community to be alert to the possibility and take steps to protect themselves.
The PUC police department urges anyone who believes they or a friend has been the victim of describe the
crime to immediately contact their local law enforcement agency. On campus, the PUCPD can be reached
at (219) 989-2911 or 2911 from a campus telephone. Victims of any form of sexual assault are encouraged
to seek confidential support at the University Counseling Services.




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                                               APPENDIX C

                                  TIMELY NOTIFICATION BULLETIN
                                            Example


                                    Possible Threat to the Community
                                         "Your Right to Know"



Date Incident occurred _________________________



Police Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998 the University Police are giving notice of a
disturbing act of violence reported to have occurred near the:



REPORTED OFFENSE:                  (Described here)



SUSPECTS:


It can be assumed that conditions continue to exist that may pose a threat to members and guests of the
community. It is the duty of the institution to warn of possible "dangerous conditions" on or near its
campus, and at affiliate organizations off campus; an "affirmative duty" exists to warn persons associated
with this University of possible peril at the hands of some third party or parties. Consider carefully whether
your presence at or near this complex while unaccompanied could place you in danger. Please forward this
notice to your colleagues and post it on appropriate bulletin boards in your area. If you have any
information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact the University police by telephone at (219)
989-2220 or report in person at the PUC police headquarters.




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                                                    APPENDIX D
                                   Request for Statistics from Local Police Agencies

                                                             Example


Date: _______________

Commanding Officer of Local Police Agency: __________________________________
Name and address of Local Police Agency: ______________________________________

Dear __________________

I would like to request crime statistics for the locations described below for the 2006 calendar year. Pursuant to the federal
Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Police Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (“Clery Act”), the Central State University is
required to annually compile and publish crime statistics. This annual report must include statistics of specified crimes reported
to local police agencies that occurred on or near the campus and on University-controlled or affiliated property.

The criminal offenses that the campus is required to report are the following offenses as defined by the FBI Uniform Crime
Report (sex offenses are defined using the UCR National Incident-Based Reporting System): murder/non-negligent
manslaughter; negligent manslaughter; forcible sex offenses; non-forcible sex offenses; robbery; aggravated assault; burglary;
motor vehicle theft; and arson. In addition, I need statistics concerning any of the above crimes that manifest evidence of a hate
crime, in addition to other crimes that involve bodily injury that also manifest evidence of a hate crime. Hate crimes are those
crimes that manifest evidence that the victim was intentionally selected because of the victim’s race, gender, religion, sexual
orientation, ethnicity/national origin or disability.

Purdue University Calumet is also required to request statistics for arrests for these categories: liquor law violations, drug law
violations, and illegal weapons possession. Please provide these statistics for each category separately.

Pursuant to the Clery Act, the campus is required to report these crimes separately for a number of geographic locations. These
locations include the main campus, on-campus student residential facilities, off campus buildings or property that is owned or
controlled by the University or a recognized student organization such as a fraternity, and public property immediately adjacent
to the main campus.

Therefore, I respectfully request the required statistics for the following locations:

    •     Purdue University Calumet (any arrest made on campus property by your agency)
    •    Purdue University Calumet – Adult Learning Center or other Purdue University Calumet property owned or leased
         (Merriville Police Only)
    •    Any public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus.

I have enclosed a “Crime Statistic Report Form” and “Sexual Offense Statistic Report Form” that are provided to campus
officials required to comply with the same statistical reporting obligations we are requesting of you. I hope these forms further
clarify the information that I am requesting of you.

I very much appreciate your cooperation in assisting us in complying with this federal law. If you have any questions or wish to
further discuss this request, please contact me at [phone number].


Sincerely,




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                                                                      APPENDIX E
                                                      Memorandum to Campus Security Authority:

                                                                             Example

 Memorandum:

To: _____________________________________

From: _________________, Chief of Police

Date: ___________


Re: Crime Reporting Requirements

Recent amendments to the Campus Security Act, a federal law that requires colleges and universities to annually compile and publish crime statistics for their
campuses and certain other areas, require that “campus security authorities” report crime statistics for inclusion in the college’s Annual Security Report.

If you are listed below in the distribution list, then you are a “Campus Security Authority” as that term has been defined by the Jeanne Clery Act:

      •     Vice Chancellor of Enrollment Management
      •     Dean of Students
      •     Any Public Safety personnel
      •     Any Residence Life staff
      •     Athletic Director
      •     Coaches
      •     Choir Director
      •     Band Director
      •     Director of Student Leadership and Development
      •     Coordinator of Student Activities
      •     Any student organization advisor

Because of the law’s complex reporting requirements, the most reasonable and effective way to manage the reporting is as follows. If you observe any crime
listed below, or if any person reveals to you that he/she learned of or were the victim of, perpetrator of, or witness to any crime listed below, immediately notify
the Purdue University Calumet Police. This applies to crimes on any Purdue University Calumet property adjacent to the campus and locations at which other
college activities are taking place. Please ensure that you complete all information on the form based on the information you possess. Please do not investigate
the crime or attempt to determine whether a crime, in fact, took place. Simply make the report immediately. Appropriate university personnel may later contact
you or others to gather additional information. Reports can be made by calling the police department at (219) 989-2220 or by visiting the police department.

Crimes that should be reported are:

      •     Murder and non-negligent manslaughter
      •     Negligent manslaughter
      •     Forcible sex offenses
      •     Non-forcible sex offenses
      •     Robbery
      •     Aggravated assault
      •     Burglary
      •     Motor vehicle theft
      •     Arson
      •     All hate crimes involving bodily injury
      •     All liquor, drug or weapons law violations resulting in an arrest.

If you are in doubt as to whether a crime is reportable, please err on the side of reporting the matter. With the exception of liquor, drug and weapons law
violations, it is immaterial whether an arrest is made. For purposes of your reporting, please assume that a hate crime is any crime manifesting evidence that the
victim was selected because of the victim’s actual or perceived race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, ethnicity/national origin, or disability.

 If you have any questions regarding reporting obligations, please contact Purdue University Calumet Police Department at (219) 989-2220. Thank you for your
assistance in fulfilling these federal requirements.




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                                                    APPENDIX F

                                                       SAMPLE

                                             Purdue University Calumet
                                      Campus Security Authority
                                            Jeanne Clery Act Statistics
                                      Incident & Disposition Referral Report


Date of Incident: __________________________ Time of Occurrence:______________.

Location of crime: ________________________________ (Provide building name or nearest building if incident

occurred outside.)

Location: [ ] On-Campus [ ] Residential Hall [ ] Non-campus location [ ] Public Property

Crime Being Reported: (briefly Describe) ___________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________

Request Disciplinary Action For: [ ] Liquor Violation [ ] Drug Violation [ ] Weapons Violation

To whom disciplinary action referred: _____________________ Telephone: ____________.

Number of arrested for Liquor/Drug/Weapons violation: ____________________________.

Hate crime:     [ ] Yes [ ] No

Based on:       [ ] Race [ ] Gender [ ] Religion [ ] Sexual Orientation [ ] Disability

Law enforcement agency(s) this incident reported to: [ ] Purdue University Calumet Police

[ ] Hammond Police [ ] Lake County Sheriff [ ] Police Report Number: _____________.

Please give a brief description of the crime to assist in the proper classification (Example: Underage drinking. Note:
List the age and number of individuals detained. Give date of birth for each. Use a separate page if necessary.)
___________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

Name of official receiving report: _____________________________ Date: _____________

Department: _____________________________ Email: _____________________________



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                                              PURDUE UNIVERSITY CALUMET
                                            DISCLOSURE OF CRIME STATISTICS

                                               Purdue University Calumet
                                                    The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of
                                             Campus Security Policy and Crimes Statistics Act

PU Calumet               Main Campus                          PU Calumet               Public Property


Offenses                       2006         2007     2008     Offenses                       2006         2007   2008
Criminal Homicide                0            0         0     Criminal Homicide                0            0      0
Non-Negligent                    0            0         0     Non-Negligent                    0            0      0
Manslaughter                                                  Manslaughter
Negligent                        0            0         0     Negligent                        0            0      0
Manslaughter                                                  Manslaughter
Sex Offenses: Forcible           1            1         0     Sex Offenses: Forcible           0            0      0
Sex Offenses:                    0            0         0     Sex Offenses:                    0            0      0
Non-Forcible                                                  Non-Forcible
Robbery                          0            0         0     Robbery                          0            0      1
Aggravated Assault               0            1         2     Aggravated Assault               0            0      2
Burglary                        14            2         1     Burglary                         0            0      2
Motor Vehicle Theft              1            1         0     Motor Vehicle Theft              0            0      2
Arson                            0            0         0     Arson                            0            0      0
Arrest Statistics                                             Arrest Statistics
Liquor Law Violations            1            0         0     Liquor Law Violations            0            0      0
Drug Law Violations              1            1         0     Drug Law Violations              0            0      0
Weapons Law                      0            0         0     Weapons Law                      0            0      0
Violations                                                    Violations
Violations                                                    Violations
Disciplinary                                                  Disciplinary
Referrals – Non-                                              Referrals – Non-
Arrests                                                       Arrests
Liquor Violations               12            8         0     Liquor Violations                0            0      0
Drug Violations                  4            4         0     Drug Violations                  0            0      0
Weapons Violations               0            0         0     Weapons Violations               0            0      0
Hate Crimes                                                   Hate Crimes
Statistics                                                    Statistics
Race                             0            0         0     Race                             0            0      0
Gender                           0            0         0     Gender                           0            0      0
Religion                         0            0         0     Religion                         0            0      0
Sexual Orientation               0            0         0     Sexual Orientation               0            0      0
Ethnicity                        0            0         0     Ethnicity                        0            0      0
Disability                       0            0         0     Disability                       0            0      0
Fire Calls               n/a          n/a               0     Fire Calls               n/a          n/a            0




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PU Calumet               Residential Facilities              ALC - Merrillville       Campus


Offenses                       2006         2007      2008   Offenses                       2006         2007   2008
Criminal Homicide                0                0     0    Criminal Homicide                0            0      0
Non-Negligent                    0                0     0    Non-Negligent                    0            0      0
Manslaughter                                                 Manslaughter
Negligent                        0                0     0    Negligent                        0            0      0
Manslaughter                                                 Manslaughter
Sex Offenses: Forcible           0                0     0    Sex Offenses: Forcible           0            0      0
Sex Offenses:                    0                0     0    Sex Offenses:                    0            0      0
Non-Forcible                                                 Non-Forcible
Robbery                          0                0     0    Robbery                          0            0      0
Aggravated Assault               0                0     0    Aggravated Assault               0            0      0
Burglary                         0                0     2    Burglary                         0            0      0
Motor Vehicle Theft              0                0     1    Motor Vehicle Theft              0            0      0
Arson                            0                0     0    Arson                            0            0      0
Arrest Statistics                                            Arrest Statistics
Liquor Law Violations            0                0     0    Liquor Law Violations            0            0      0
Drug Law Violations              0                0     0    Drug Law Violations              0            0      0
Weapons Law                      0                0     0    Weapons Law                      0            0      0
Violations                                                   Violations
Violations                                                   Violations
Disciplinary                                                 Disciplinary
Referrals – Non-                                             Referrals – Non-
Arrests                                                      Arrests
Liquor Violations               12                7     1    Liquor Violations                0            0      0
Drug Violations                  4                3     3    Drug Violations                  0            0      0
Weapons Violations               0                0     0    Weapons Violations               0            0      0
Hate Crimes                                                  Hate Crimes
Statistics                                                   Statistics
Race                             0                0     0    Race                             0            0      0
Gender                           0                0     0    Gender                           0            0      0
Religion                         0                0     0    Religion                         0            0      0
Sexual Orientation               0                0     0    Sexual Orientation               0            0      0
Ethnicity                        0                0     0    Ethnicity                        0            0      0
Disability                       0                0     0    Disability                       0            0      0
Fire Calls               n/a          n/a               0    Fire Calls               n/a          n/a            0




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Mansard Apt. -Griffith                                    Tanglewood Apt.-
(Leased)                                                  Hammond (Leased)

Offenses                       2006         2007   2008   Offenses                       2006         2007   2008
Criminal Homicide                0            0      1    Criminal Homicide        n/a          n/a            0
Non-Negligent                    0            0      0    Non-Negligent            n/a          n/a            0
Manslaughter                                              Manslaughter
Negligent                        0            0      0    Negligent                n/a          n/a            0
Manslaughter                                              Manslaughter
Sex Offenses: Forcible           1            1      1    Sex Offenses: Forcible
Sex Offenses:                    0            0      0    Sex Offenses:            n/a          n/a            0
Non-Forcible                                              Non-Forcible
Robbery                          0            4      0    Robbery                  n/a          n/a            4
Aggravated Assault               0            1      1    Aggravated Assault       n/a          n/a            6
Burglary                         7           22     19    Burglary                 n/a          n/a            4
Motor Vehicle Theft              0           12      8    Motor Vehicle Theft      n/a          n/a            8
Arson                            0            0      0    Arson                    n/a          n/a            0
Arrest Statistics                                         Arrest Statistics
Liquor Law Violations            1            5      2    Liquor Law Violations    n/a          n/a            0
Drug Law Violations              1            1      3    Drug Law Violations      n/a          n/a            0
Weapons Law                      0            0      0    Weapons Law              n/a          n/a            0
Violations                                                Violations
Violations                                                Violations               n/a          n/a
Disciplinary                                              Disciplinary
Referrals – Non-                                          Referrals – Non-
Arrests                                                   Arrests
Liquor Violations                0            0      0    Liquor Violations        n/a          n/a            0
Drug Violations                  0            0      0    Drug Violations          n/a          n/a            0
Weapons Violations               0            0      0    Weapons Violations       n/a          n/a            0
Hate Crimes                                               Hate Crimes
Statistics                                                Statistics
Race                             0            0      0    Race                     n/a          n/a            0
Gender                           0            0      0    Gender                   n/a          n/a            0
Religion                         0            0      0    Religion                 n/a          n/a            0
Sexual Orientation               0            0      0    Sexual Orientation       n/a          n/a            0
Ethnicity                        0            0      0    Ethnicity                n/a          n/a            0
Disability                       0            0      0    Disability               n/a          n/a            0
Fire Calls               n/a          n/a           26    Fire Calls               n/a          n/a            0


A hate crime reported in 2008 falls under an newly added Clery violation category of vandalism, and under the religion category of
prejudice.
    •    On-Campus Housing) Hate crimes reported to campus security authorities (including PUC Police) according to category of
         prejudice: (Zero)
    •    (Non-campus property) Hate crimes reported to campus security authorities (including PUC Police) according to category of
         prejudice: (Zero)
    •    (Public property) Hate crimes reported to campus security authorities (including PUC Police) according to category of
         prejudice: (Zero)
    •    Hate crimes reported to PUC Academic Learning Center Authorities according to category of prejudice: (Zero)




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2008-2010 CAMPUS RESIDENTIAL HOUSING FIRE REPORT

Purdue University Calumet
Fire Log for The University Village Housing Facilities
Updated: 06/22/10

2010
      The          Total     Number       Date        Time     Cause of Fire    Number of      Number      Value of
   University     Fires in   of Fires                                          Injuries that       of      Property
Village Housing    Each                                                          Required       Deaths     Damage
    Facilities    Building                                                      Treatment       Related     Caused
                                                                               at a Medical    to a Fire    by Fire
                                                                                  Facility

Phase I
2330 173rd
Street               0          0          N/A        N/A          N/A             N/A           N/A         N/A
Phase II
2440 173rd                                            10:45     Stove Top
Street               1          1       11/19/2009     PM          Fire             0             0           0


2009
      The          Total     Number       Date        Time     Cause of Fire    Number of      Number      Value of
   University     Fires in   of Fires                                          Injuries that       of      Property
Village Housing    Each                                                          Required       Deaths     Damage
    Facilities    Building                                                      Treatment       Related     Caused
                                                                               at a Medical    to a Fire    by Fire
                                                                                  Facility

Phase I
2330 173rd                                                      Microwave
Street               2          1       8/13/2008    9:30 AM       Fire             0             0           0
                                                                Stove Top
                                1       1/18/2009    1:25 AM       Fire             0             0           0


2008
      The          Total     Number       Date        Time     Cause of Fire    Number of      Number      Value of
   University     Fires in   of Fires                                          Injuries that       of      Property
Village Housing    Each                                                          Required       Deaths     Damage
    Facilities    Building                                                      Treatment       Related     Caused
                                                                               at a Medical    to a Fire    by Fire
                                                                                  Facility

Phase I
2330 173rd
Street               0          0          N/A        N/A          N/A             N/A           N/A         N/A




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                                   PURDUE UNIVERSITY CALUMET

                                           Sample Building Fire Logs

          Date                    Location                   Type        FD Called                  Injuries        Est. Cost
                       Bldg:          Room:                           Yes [   ]   No [ ]    Yes [    ]   No [ ]
                       Bldg:          Room:                           Yes [   ]   No [ ]    Yes [    ]   No [ ]
                       Bldg:          Room:                           Yes [   ]   No [ ]    Yes [    ]   No [ ]
      E g.,(6/1/10)    Bldg:     UV1 Room: 356              Stove     Yes [   ]   No [X ]   Yes [    ]   No [ X ]   $3.99

1.   An institution must make an entry or an addition to an entry to the log within two business days, as defined under Sec.

     668.46(a), of the receipt of the information.

2.   An institution must make the fire log for the most recent 60- day period open   to public inspection during

     normal business hours. The institution must make any portion of the log older than 60 days available within two

     business days of a request for public inspection.

3.   An institution must make an annual report to the campus community on the fires recorded

     in the fire log. This requirement may be satisfied by the annual fire safety report described in paragraph (b) of this

     section.




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