Crime & Safety Awareness

Jeanne Clery Act

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. To search Crime statistics for WJU as defined by the Clery Act, please go http://ope.ed.gov/security/.

Crime Prevention and Reporting

WJU encourages victims of crimes 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 across from the Student Life Office) either by using the Anonymous Crime Reporting Form, by phone at 916-521-0776, or by email at security@jessup.edu. If you would like to report a crime in person, please call 916-521-0776 and ask to meet with the Lead Officer to report a crime. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to report all incidents involving theft, vandalism, or assault immediately to the Rocklin Police Department.

Daily Crime / Fire Statistics

The WJU Campus Safety Department keeps an updated log for the past 60 days that include any and all crime reported or that occurred within WJU’s areas of control as well as any and all fire incidents that were reported or that occurred within WJU’s areas of control. To access previous records please submit a request via the Contact Us Form.

Campus-Wide Safety Alerts

The WJU Campus Safety Department will issue Campus-Wide Alerts from time to time that alert students, staff and faculty to any imminent threats to their safety. The page itself reflects the most current alert that was issued. These alerts are issued in a timely fashion in order to create awareness about potential threats.

Annual Security Report

In accordance with the Clery Act (See Above), The WJU Department of Campus Safety issues an Annual Security Report that includes, but is not limited to, documentation of campus policies, significant annual crime and fire statistics, protection devices and/or programs, as well as any Emergency Action Plans and Procedures that have been created.

Emergency Action Plans (EAP)

Emergency Action Plans are posted throughout Campus in every building. These plans give a brief summary of what a person should do in the event that they find themselves in a serious emergency situation.