Clery/Campus Security Act is the law that requires institutions to compile statistics for certain crimes that are reported to campus security authorities or local police agencies, including incidents of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. The full title is the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.
Latin Beauty Academy has policies that encourage complete, timely reporting of all crimes to the campus police and appropriate law enforcement agencies. As Latin Beauty Academy has not a campus police or security department, we do not keep a written daily crime log. However, our institution reports the statistics for Annual Crime Report, which consist of three calendar years to all current enrolled students and employees, as well as to prospective students who can request a copy of the report. In addition, it is submitted to the Department annually on October 1 for complete calendar year. Annual Campus Security Report is based on the tabulated statistics for the crimes, which describes in the margin note and for fire safety. The report must include statistics on the number and causes of fires, as well as fire-related injuries, death, and property damage for each on-campus student housing facility during the three most recent calendar years for which data are available. The fire safety statistics are due at the same time as the crime statistics.
In addition, Annual Campus Security Report Crimes to be reported to campus community 34 CFR 688.46(c)(1) (i) Criminal homicide: (A) Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter. (B) Negligent manslaughter. (ii) Sex offenses: (A) Forcible sex offenses. (B) Nonforcible sex offenses. (iii) Robbery. (iv) Aggravated assault. (v) Burglary. (vi) Motor vehicle theft. (vii) Arson. (viii) (A) Arrests for liquor law violations, drug law violations, and illegal weapons possession. (B) Persons not included in paragraph (c)(1)(viii)(A) of this section, who were referred for campus disciplinary action for liquor law violations, drug law violations, and illegal weapons possession.
Timely Warning and Emergency Notification
Latin Beauty Academy provides to its students, faculty, and employees information to prevent drug and alcohol abuse, and it also have a drug and alcohol prevention program. In addition, our institution as a school that participates in the Campus-Based Programs must have a drug-free awareness program for its employees that includes a notice to them of unlawful activities and the actions our institution will take against an employee who violates these prohibitions. Latin Beauty Academy also provides information about drug prevention materials for students and employees.
The following aspects included are in its materials:
Latin Beauty Academy includes the above information in publications such as catalog and/or employee handbooks, provided that these publications are distributed to each student and employee. Our institution uses effective method to distribute this information, which is mostly person by person. Latin Beauty Academy distributes these materials annually; if new students enroll or new employees are hired after the initial distribution for the year, the administration makes sure that they also receive the materials.
Latin Beauty Academy certifies that on the date it signs the Program Participation Agreement it has a drug and alcohol abuse prevention program in operation that is accessible to any officer, employee, or student at the school. The program adopted by our institution includes an annual distribution to all students, faculty, and staff of information concerning drug and alcohol abuse and the school’s prevention program. Our institution reviews our program once every two years to determine its effectiveness and to ensure that its sanctions are being enforced. As a part of this biennial review, our school determines:
Latin Beauty Academy as a school that participates in the Campus-Based Programs must take the following steps to provide a drug-free workplace:
Latin Beauty Academy recognize that there are two different FERPA provisions concerning the release of records relating to a violent crime:
One: Concerns the release to the victim of any outcome involving an alleged crime of violence [34 CFR 99.31(a) (13)].
Second: A separate provision permits a school to disclose to anyone the final results of any disciplinary hearing against an alleged perpetrator of a crime of violence where that student was found in violation of the school’s policy on the offense [34 CFR 99.31(a) (14)].