The Annual Security & Fire Report is prepared to meet the requirements of the Higher Education Act and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act). The Clery Act is a federal law that requires colleges and universities to disclose certain timely and annual information about crime and security policies. The Annual Security & Fire Report can be accessed by clicking on the link below. A.T. Still University (ATSU) is committed to providing a safe campus for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Safety is a shared responsibility within our campus community, and we rely on every community member to contribute by reporting crime and suspicious activities in a timely manner. One of the best protections against campus crime is an aware, informed, and alert campus whose members practice safety on a daily basis. This information is provided to you in an effort to help support a safe campus for our community members.
Data collection/publication of the Clery Report:
The Clery Act requires an annual report to be prepared that includes crimes, arrests, and student disciplinary data. As required by federal law, ATSU's yearly crime statistics for this report are compiled on a calendar-year basis in accordance with the definitions of crimes provided by the FBI for use in the Uniformed Crime Reporting system. Members of the campus community are emailed directly about the availability of this report. Prospective students are made aware of this report during the selection process. Prospective employees are provided this information through the orientation process. There is a digital copy of this report at the bottom of the page.
A.T. Still University is in compliance with the Clery Act and posts its reportable Crime Statistics for the public to access at http://ope.ed.gov/security Click on get data for one institution/campus on the right side of page, you can then click on the state of Missouri and type in Kirksville and this will include the crime statistics for the Arizona campus