Campus Crime and Security Report

Campus Crime and Security Report

All colleges and universities receiving federal student aid funds must publish a campus security report. The report is mandated by the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990. Crown College must report to all students and employees the number of on-campus murders, forcible sex offenses, non-forcible sex offenses, robberies, aggravated assaults, burglaries, motor vehicle thefts, arson, and negligent manslaughter reported to campus security authorities or the local police. The report must also include the number of arrests for liquor law and drug abuse violations, and weapons possession occurring on campus. 

Crown College campus property encompasses 215 acres. Buildings, roads and sidewalks cover 25 acres, the remainder of the property includes walking paths, and tree covered rolling hills, lakes and wetlands. The entire student body, including those who reside on campus and commute, and those who participate in online degree programs, is nearly 1300 students. Currently 494 students reside on campus. Online students reside in 42 states outside of Minnesota and in 3 Canadian provinces.

In compliance with Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, Crown College: 

1) monitors criminal activity occurring on campus, 

2) publishes this Annual Security Report, and

3) maintains a three-year statistical history of crimes reported on campus.

This Annual Security Report will provide students, their families, employees and the public with accurate and complete information about safety and security on campus. This Annual Security Report includes an explanation of Crown’s policies and procedures for keeping its campus safe and secure, programs and education provided to students and employees regarding crime prevention and campus security, and crime report statistics.