UNL Police releases campus security report

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UNL Police releases campus security report

The UNL Police Department released the university’s annual campus security and fire safety report on Sept. 30.

The report contains UNL’s crime and fire statistics for the last three years, said Owen Yardley, UNL Police Chief. The report is available online. Free paper copies can be requested free of charge from UNLPD during normal business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays) at 300 N. 17th St., or by email to unl.police@unl.edu.

Other information in the report includes a list of resources available to victims of crimes; various campus policy statements; links to sex offender registries; tips on how to avoid being a victim of a crime; and information on how to report crimes.

Yardley said UNLPD maintains a daily campus crime and fire record. Names and specific locations (such as residence hall room numbers) are not included in the daily record. The log is available online and at UNLPD headquarters.

UNL is offering training materials on the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act to all students and employees. For more information, click here.

Campus policies and Nebraska law on sexual misconduct and harassment, including sexual assault, are available online.

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