Campus Security Act
It is an unfortunate fact that criminal incidents of all types occur on college campuses. The Campus Security Act of 1990 requires colleges to make public the nature and the frequency of crimes. WJU follows this law and believes that reporting this information to the public increases community awareness of taking steps to prevent criminal activity.
Actual Crime at WJU
The following chart illustrates the actual number of crimes reported to campus authorities during the past four years (determined from July 1-June 30). These statistics include all reported activity on campus as defined and required by chapter 15.5 of part 40 and chapter 3.7 of part 59 of the California Education Code.
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WJU encourages victims of crime to report incidents to the Department of Campus Safety regardless of how insignificant the crime may appear. Incidents may be reported to the Campus Safety Office (located in the Student Life Office) either by phone at 521-0776 or 577-2380, or in person. Students faculty and staff are encouraged to report all incidents involving theft, vandalism, or assualt immediately to the Rocklin Police Department.