The Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 (also known as the Jeanne Clery Act) requires Sinclair to disclose tthe Annual Safety Report (ASR) highlighting crime statistics for the previous three years, safety awareness programming, student conduct information, and other information on campus crime and incidents. Sinclair Community College has always remain committed to safety awareness and is committed to provide safe and secue environment for the campus community.
Sinclair Police Safety Report - this report is published at least monthly and highlights crimes and other incidents that have occured on campus. This information is also found on the college's Intranet site and sent to the Clarion newspaper.
Annual Campus Security Reports (ASR) / Crime Statistics - each campus is required to make available the ASR as required by the Jeanne Clery Act.
Timely Alerts are issued to the entire campus community whenever a serious crime or incident occurs on campus or on a street immediately adjacent to campus. Below is the latest alert issued:
Sinclair Police Crime Alert
February 26, 2013
On February 26, 2013 at 2:10 p.m., an unarmed female suspect forcibly took an RTA bus pass from a female student outside Building 9 on Perry Street. Almost simultaneously two unarmed suspects attempted to take a wallet from a student outside Building 13 directly across the street from Building 9. The suspects were part of a group of six individuals that were roaming through the campus. Due to the victims reporting the incidents so quickly, Sinclair Police stopped the group near Building 10 and made the appropriate arrests. No one was injured.
If anyone has any additional information regarding this incident or any similar incidents, please contact Sinclair Police at extension 2700 (from any campus phone), or off-campus (937) 512-2700, or by stopping by the Sinclair Police Office, room 7112 (first floor of Building 7) or use the Tartan Safety Tip & Information Line located on the Sinclair Police web site:
All tips received are kept confidential.
Individuals are reminded to be aware of their surroundings and any circumstances which appear to be out of the ordinary. If a crime does occur, it should be immediately reported to Sinclair Police who will investigate the incident and initiate the required legal actions. Everyone is encouraged to promptly and accurately report any crime or incident that negatively affects the college by contacting Sinclair Police.
A network of emergency blue light intercoms are located outside throughout campus and are identified by a blue light atop a pole that houses the intercom. These intercoms have been placed throughout the campus and parking lots. In addition to the emergency intercoms, there are a number of closed-circuit television surveillance cameras, which assist in monitoring parking lots and other selected areas on campus.