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Aspen Campus Safety Report Statistics
Statistics For July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012
Safety at Colorado Mountain College (CMC) is everyone's business. Students, staff and faculty are partners with the college in creating an atmosphere that is safe and encourages learning.
During the school year the CMC community has over 20,000 students, 100 full-time faculty, over 200 part-time faculty and just under 430 employees working together. Even with this diverseness, the college is very much a part of the communities it shares in Western Colorado.
Colorado Mountain College enjoys good relations with the communities it serves, not only as the educational center but often as a cultural and social center for the towns and surrounding counties. There are no barriers between CMC and its neighbors.
No community can be totally risk free in today's society. CMC strongly believes it has a major role in providing safe learning environment; however, we are realistic enough to recognize that students, staff and faulty must come together in a strong partnership and use common sense precautions to reduce the opportunity for criminal and/or anti-social activities. Crime happens. We have no magic formula to stop it at our locations. Thefts, assaults and other crimes can happen at CMC just as they do at other college campuses or cities.
To reduce the possibility that any student may be exposed to potential hazards, CMC has taken many steps, described in this publication, to reduce whatever risk there may be. All of us can further reduce this risk by thinking about personal safety and taking common sense precautions.
Safety programs at Colorado Mountain College are under the direction of the Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs (970-947-8351). We have a proactive approach to campus safety that is best viewed as education, prevention and our ability to respond to questionable events.
Part One: Number of crimes listed below which occurred on the campus during the period given above
Part Two: Arrests by local law enforcement officials for on-campus activities in the following areas
Part Three: Occurrences of the below listed infractions/crimes which were reported through incident reports and in which either local law enforcement officials were notified or the college took disciplinary action through our internal judicial procedures