Clery Act

The Jeanne Clery Act compells the University to collect and maintain reports of criminal activity on its properties and in the areas where its population frequents. Each year the campus publishes the Campus Annual Security Report.

CSA Report Form

We need a response from all Campus Security Authorities (CSA) about criminal incidents occurring in Clery Reportable Areas.

Are you a CSA? You may be one if you have "significant responsibility for student and campus activities.” 

Clery-Reportable Geographic Locations

Offenses must be reported according to their occurrence in the following locations, or geographic categories:

Clery Compliance for University-Sponsored Student Travel, Study Abroad, and Field Study Programs

Under the Clery Act, the university is required to collect and publish statistics on crimes occurring on campus, and on "non-campus property." 

Non-Campus Property is defined in the Act as: Property outside the contiguous border of the campus that is "owned or controlled" by the university

How safe is it here?

Are there crime statistics for the UC Berkeley area that are available to see?

Yes, you can see three years of crime statistics by viewing the UC Berkeley Annual Security Report.