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Daytona State Campus Crime Statistics


View the Daytona State College Annual Security Report and Campus Safety Guide
The report contains crime statistics for the previous three years along with policy information on campus safety

Welcome to the Daytona State College 2013-2014 Annual Security Report and Campus Safety Guide. The report is produced by Daytona State College in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act. For more information view our report.

 

The 2013-2014 Daytona State Campus Safety Annual Security Report and Campus Safety Guide contains crime statistics from 2010, 2011, and 2012 for crimes which occurred on all Daytona State College campuses, non-campus properties controlled by the Daytona State College, and public property adjacent to our campuses.  To view the crime statistics, click on the links above or image to the right and view pages 39-42 in the guide.

 

Daytona State College helps you maintain your personal safety by sharing information you can use to reduce your chances of becoming the victim of a crime or accident. We believe that an informed college is a safer college. The information provided here is designed to inform, advise and alert you about Daytona State policies and procedures concerning your safety and security.

 

The Campus Safety Department is committed to providing quality security and safety services to all students, faculty, staff, and visitors who utilize our institution. Through daily interaction with and personalized service to these groups, the department strives to support the College mission ensuring a positive experience for all.

 

Located at all Daytona State campuses, our friendly and helpful Campus Safety officers are available for information, assistance and service. Officers’ training includes Conflict Resolution, Emergency Response, CPR/First Aid & Handling, Medical Emergencies, the protection of campus personnel and property and customer service.

 

2013-2014 ASR Cover

   

Last Updated: 9/30/13