Campus Safety Report
Clatsop Community College
Clatsop Community College (CCC) is a public, two-year co-educational institution serving northwest Oregon and southwest Washington since 1958. With three campus centers, Lexington Avenue campus, Marine and Environmental Research Training Station (MERTS) and South County Center in Seaside, the College serves approximately 5,500 full-, part-time and continuing education students.
This report complies with the requirements of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act), the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA), and CCC Procedure 3.230-P1. This report explains how the College reports and handles crime and emergency situations on or near College property and describes prevention and awareness programs. The report is compiled by the Vice President, Finance & Operations from information obtained from the Physical Plant (the office primarily responsible for receiving notices of crimes and incidents on campus), Vice President, Academic Affairs office, Dean of Students, and the Human Resources office. Local police agencies are requested, at least once annually, to provide crime statistics for the areas on and adjacent to College properties. CrimeReports.com is reviewed and possible incidents are included in the police request.
CCC is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for students, staff, and guests. Safety is a cooperative effort, and responsibility for the safety of yourself and others is encouraged. We hope you will read this information carefully and use it to make CCC a safe campus to learn and work.
2016 Campus Safety Report revised to add Counselor phone (.pdf 470 KB)
2016 Campus Safety Report (.pdf 468KB)
2015 Campus Safety Report (.pdf 128KB)
2014 Campus Safety Report (.pdf 58KB)
2013 Campus Safety Report (.pdf 58KB)
2012 Campus Safety Report (.pdf 100KB)
2011 Campus Safety Report (.pdf 257KB)
2010 Campus Safety Report (.pdf 257KB)
2009 Campus Safety Report (.pdf 175KB)
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