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Vice President, Finance & Operations

Deputy Coordinator, Title IX

JoAnn Zahn

1651 Lexington Ave

Lower Library, room 110



Vice President, Student Success

Adjudicator (Students), Title IX

Coordinator (Employees), Title IX

Jerad Sorber, Vice President

1651 Lexington Ave

Columbia Hall, room 115B



Director, Physical Plant

Shaun Martin

1651 Lexington Ave

Lower Library, room 105



Director, Human Resources

Coordinator, Title IX

Desiree Noah

1651 Lexington Ave

Lower Library, room 103



Counseling (Confidential)

Victims Advocate, Title IX

Anne Mabee

1651 Lexington Ave

Towler Hall, room 104B



Safety Report

Annual Safety Report

Clatsop Community College
Crime Statistics


Clatsop Community College (“the College” or “CCC”) takes the safety of students, staff, and community members very seriously. 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 AP3500 adopted 9/11/2018 and AP3501 – adopted 9/11/2018. This report explains how the College reports and handles crime and emergency situations on or near College property and describes prevention and awareness programs available to CCC students, employees, and community members. The Vice President, Finance & Operations compiles the report from information obtained from the Physical Plant (the office primarily responsible for receiving notices of crimes and incidents on campus), Vice President, Academic Affairs, Vice President, Student Success, and the Human Resources office. Requests are made annually of the local police agencies to provide crime statistics for areas on and adjacent to College properties. (formerly is reviewed annually and possible incidents are included in the police request.

CCC is a public, two-year co-educational institution serving northwest Oregon and southwest Washington since 1958. With three locations, namely the Lexington Avenue campus, Marine and Environmental Research and Training Station (MERTS) location, and South County Center in Seaside, the College serves approximately 5,500 students, whether full-time, part-time or in continuing education. The College does not have residential housing facilities, on or off-campus. CCC does not recognize any off-campus fraternity or sorority houses or off-campus student organizations.

The community surrounding CCC has grown in the past few years and continues to demonstrate growth. People of diverse backgrounds make up the community, and CCC’s student body mirrors this diversity. The College is committed to remaining accessible to an ever-increasing population with diverse needs.

The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) serves as the regional authority on educational quality and institutional effectiveness of higher education institutions in the seven-state Northwest region of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington and in British Columbia, Canada.

CCC is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for students, staff, and guests. Campus safety is a cooperative effort, where every CCC community member plays an active role in ensuring a safe learning and work environment. Students and employees are encouraged to review the information in this report carefully.


Clatsop Community College students are proud members of a learning community. Students from different backgrounds and experiences must commit to the values of respect, accountability, service, and integrity. Students must conduct themselves with integrity and understand that the quality of their educational experience is predicated on the quality of individual academic work, mutual respect for the values of others, and service to the community.

The College expects both students and employees to hold themselves accountable to the commitments they make, and for their conduct. When faced with adversity, CCC expects a student to engage in thoughtful reflection and exhibit superior, ethical decision-making skills. The College expects that everyone respect the rights and dignity of all members of our community by listening attentively, communicating clearly, and remaining open to understanding others and their diverse points of view.

Printed copies of the report are available at the main campus Welcome Center, and reception areas at MERTS, IMTC, and South County Center, or can be mailed to you by contacting Evon Jacobsen at 503-338-2422; (link sends e-mail); or 1651 Lexington Dr., Library Rm 108D, Astoria, OR, 97103.

2020 Annual Safety Report (2017-2019 Statistics) (.pdf 1893KB)

2019 Annual Safety Report REVISED to correct statistical information (2016-2018 Statistics) (.pdf 704 KB)

2019 Annual Safety Report (2016-2018 Statistics) (.pdf 786KB)

2018 Annual Safety Report (formerly Campus Safety Report) (2015-2017 Statistics) (.pdf 1062KB)

2017 Campus Safety Report revised to add Counselor phone (2014-2016 Statistics) (.pdf 470KB)

2017 Campus Safety Report (2014-2016 Statistics) (.pdf 468KB)

2016 Campus Safety Report (2013-2015 Statistics) (.pdf 128KB)

2015 Campus Safety Report (2012-2014 Statistics) (.pdf 58KB)

2014 Campus Safety Report (2011-2013 Statistics) (.pdf 58KB)

2013 Campus Safety Report (2010-2012 Statistics) (.pdf 100KB)

2012 Campus Safety Report (2009-2011 Statistics) (.pdf 257KB)

2011 Campus Safety Report (2008-2010 Statistics) (.pdf 257KB)

2010 Campus Safety Report (2007-2009 Statistics) (.pdf 175KB)

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