Three years’ worth of statistics (2018-2020) are included for Clery Act crimes that were reported on campus, in off-campus buildings or on property owned or controlled by the school, and on public property within or immediately adjacent to campus. Also included are policy statements addressing crime reporting, fire safety, timely warnings, crime prevention programs and campus resource organizations.
To request a paper copy of the Annual Security & Fire Safety Report, email Clery@icon-tokyo.com or call 303-492-8168.
Federal law requires universities to notify their affiliates about any crimes that pose an ongoing threat to the community. Campus Security Authorities are obligated by law to report these crimes immediately.
What is the Clery Act?
Signed into law in 1990, the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act is a federal law that requires colleges and universities to disclose information about campus crime activity and security policies in an annual report. The Clery Act also requires that campuses make “timely warnings” to campus community members about specific types of criminal activity when an ongoing threat to persons is believed to exist.
Information disseminated in accord with Clery Act guidelines serves to inform the personal safety and college selection decisions of current and prospective campus community members. All post-secondary public and private institutions participating in federal student aid programs must adhere to Clery regulations.
The Clery Act was championed by Howard & Connie Clery after their daughter, Jeanne, was murdered at Lehigh University in 1986.
What does the University do?
To ensure compliance with the Clery Act, CU must meet obligations in the following three broad categories: (1) policy disclosure; (2) records collection and retention; and (3) information dissemination.
What is considered a Clery Act crime?
Hate crimes must be reported by category of prejudice, including race, gender, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, national origin, and disability. Statistics are also required for four additional crime categories if the crime committed is classified as a hate crime:
The following violations, both arrests and disciplinary referrals are reported through the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report.
What is a Campus Security Authority (CSA)?
To assist in the identification and reporting of crime on campus, the Clery Act regulations define a campus security authority as:
How do I report a crime to CUPD?
In case of an emergency, call 911 to reach CUPD to report criminal incidents or emergencies on campus and to reach fire, ambulance and rescue services. Persons who are deaf or hard of hearing should call 911 from a TTY/TDD telephone to reach CUPD. CUPD operates its own Dispatch Center 24 hours a day.
What anonymous or voluntary confidential reporting options are available?
CUPD works in conjunction with the Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers program to encourage the anonymous reporting of crime-related activity. Rewards are given when the information leads to an arrest and the filing of criminal charges. A CUPD detective or patrol officer investigates information on criminal activity received through confidential informants or third party reporting. You may anonymously report a crime on the Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers website.
The CU Boulder Office of Victim Assistance has a Confidential Reporting site that allows CU community members (students, staff, faculty, and their significant others) to confidentially report harmful and/or traumatic events they or others have experienced. This option allows you to provide information about harmful and/or traumatic events in a confidential manner that does not constitute a report to CU-Boulder or law enforcement. This information goes to the confidential Office of Victim Assistance and will not be shared except in an aggregate, non-identifiable form for the purposes of annual disclosure of crime statistics.
Where can I get information on sex offenders?
The federal Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act, enacted on October 28, 2000, requires institutions of higher education to issue a statement advising the campus community where law enforcement agency information provided by a State concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained. It also requires sex offenders already required to register in a State to provide notice, as required under State law, of each institution of higher education in that State at which the person is employed, carries on a vocation, volunteers services or is a student.
Law enforcement information concerning registered sex offenders at CU Boulder may be obtained from CUPD’s Records Section during normal business hours. The CUPD Records Section can be reached at 303-492-5115. View the State of Colorado sex offender registry. View the Boulder Police Department’s sex offender registry.
Other CU Boulder Services
CU Boulder offers a multitude of resources for students, faculty, and staff to ensure their success while a part of the CU Boulder community.
For up-to-date information on these programs, please visit the following websites:
For additional information relating to Clery Act Compliance, the CUPD Clery Compliance and Crime Analyst can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com.