Campus Crime Statistics
Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy & Campus Crime Statistics Act
According to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (originally the Campus Security Act), institutions that participate in federal financial aid programs are required to keep and disclose information to the public regarding campus safety and security policies and procedures. Statistics regarding crimes on and near their respective campuses must also be reported. Compliance is monitored by the United States Department of Education, which can impose civil penalties, up to $35,000 per violation, against institutions for each infraction and can suspend institutions from participating in federal financial aid programs. Delgado generates an annual report by October 1 each year in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure Act.
Semiannual Security Report
Additionally, in accordance with Act 472 of the 2021 Regular Legislative Session, the Louisiana Board of Regents has established uniform policies and best practices to implement measures to address the reporting of power-based violence on Institutions’ campuses, the prevention of such violence, communication between Institutions regarding incidents of power-based violence, and the provision of medical and mental health care for these alleged victims. Delgado also has memoranda of understanding in place between local law enforcement agencies and the College to ensure a coordinated effort regarding Title IX / Power-Based Violence matters. See Title IX / Power-Based Violence Memorandum of Understanding - Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office.
The Semiannual Security Report and new reporting requirements contains statistics covering April 2021 – September 2021. The crime statistics chart includes Clery Act data and information related to statistics of incidents of power-based violence (any form of interpersonal violence intended to control or intimidate another person through the assertion of power over the person). It includes but is more expansive than sexual misconduct and Title IX misconduct. As per the Louisiana Board of Regents Uniform Policy on Power-Based Violence and the Louisiana Community and Technical College System Policy on Power-Based Violence / Sexual Misconduct, Delgado reports campus crime statistics relative to Power-Based-Violence semiannually by October 10 and April 10.
- Information About Semiannual Security Report
- Sex Crimes Data Report 2021-2022 Academic Year, Fall Semester
- 2021 Sex Crimes Data Collection Survey
- Semiannual Security Report (April 2022 - September 2022)
- Semiannual Security Report (October 2021 - March 2022)
- Semiannual Security Report (April 2021 - September 2021)
- Title IX / Power-Based Violence Narrative Fall 2022
- Title IX / Power-Based Violence Narrative Spring 2022
- Title IX / Power-Based Violence Narrative Fall 2021
- Title IX / Power-Based Violence Chancellor's Data Report (2022-2023 Academic Year, Fall Semester)
- Title IX / Power-Based Violence Chancellor's Data Report (2021-2022 Academic Year, Spring Semester)
- Title IX / Power-Based Violence Chancellor's Data Report (2021-2022 Academic Year, Fall Semester)
At Delgado Community College, we consistently provide accurate information to our community regarding the safety of our campus. In addition to these efforts, we make our policies, procedures, and statistics available electronically on this site. You can request a paper copy of campus security reports by mail by writing to:
Delgado Community College
Campus Police Department
615 City Park Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70119