This section contains information for students regarding the services provided by the WJU Department of Campus Safety as well as other resources for various incidents, issues and public knowledge.
VICTIMS OF CRIME
This section includes resources for those who have been victims of crime. It is an unfortunate situation when one has become the victim of a crime and the WJU Department of Campus Safety recognizes that although we live in a safe environment, no one is ever immune to the effects of crime. Resources included in this section are intended for those who have been victims of sexual offense, assault, domestic abuse, etc…
This page includes resources for those who have struggled with drug/alcohol abuse AND/OR those who have been VICTIMS of drug/alcohol abuse by a third party.
This page includes a link to the California Megan’s Law website to view information, statistics, and the location of registered sex offenders.
This section includes crime definitions as defined by the Clery Act. These crime definitions are the main categories of crime that statistics can be taken from annually for the WJU Department of Campus Safety’s Annual Security Report. These are NOT the ONLY crimes that can be reported to the WJU Department of Campus Safety Department and/or the Rocklin Police Department. California Penal Code references are not included in this section. These definitions are only intended to provide a brief summary of the major crime categories that are deemed Clery Act reportable. Any criminal activity that occurs and/or is reported to the WJU Department of Campus Safety and/or Rocklin Police Department that occurs within the boundaries of WJU’s control, will be included in the Daily Crime Log. If the crime is NOT listed under the Crime Definitions (as defined by the Clery Act), it will still be included in the Daily Crime Log, but not in the Annual Security Report. If the crime IS listed under the Crime Definitions (as defined by the Clery Act), it will be included in both the Daily Crime Log AND the Annual Security Report. For example: If someone were arrested for trespassing on the property or in aan area of WJU’s control, this crime would be reported on the Daily Crime Log. However, this crime is not significant enough to be included in the Annual Security Report according to the mandates of the Clery Act. However, if someone were to be a victim of a burglary that occurred in an property/area in which WJU controls, then this crime statistic would be included in the Daily Crime Log AND the Annual Security Report because it is required to by law according to the Clery Act as a student’s right to know.