SJSU Clery and Safety Reports
Daily Crime Log
The Clery Act requires institutions with a campus police or security department publish a Daily Crime Log. The purpose of this log is to record all criminal incidents and alleged criminal incidents that are reported to the University Police Department. This includes any crime within the patrol jurisdiction of the SJSU's Police Department, not just Clery crimes in Clery geography.
As required by the Clery Act, this report is published every year by October 1st. This report contains information regarding various institutional policies, procedures and programs related to safety and security of the university community.
This report also includes a disclosure of statistics regarding Clery-reportable crimes that occurred on or within SJSU’s Clery-reportable geography for the three most recent calendar years.
The Higher Education Act Fire Safety Regulations require institutions with on-campus student housing facilities to publish this report every year by October 1st. This report contains information regarding various fire safety policies, procedures and programs.
This report also includes a disclosure of statistics regarding reportable fires that occurred in those housing facilities for the three most recent calendar years.
Campus Safety Plan
As required by California Education Code § 67380 this report is published every year by January 1st. This report contains information regarding special safeguards that have been established for particular facilities or activities in the preceding 18 months to increase safety, and safety enhancements expected to be made during the next 24 months.
This report also includes a disclosure of statistics regarding certain federal and state crimes reported to have occurred on campus property during the calendar year specified in the report.
Biennial DAAPP Review
As required by the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act, this report is published every other year. This report contains information regarding the effectiveness of the institution’s Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program (DAAPP), consistency of sanction enforcement, and various institutional efforts to prevent unlawful possession, use and distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol abuse.
This report also includes a disclosure of statistics regarding alcohol and drug-related violations, fatalities and university-imposed sanctions that occurred during the years specified in the report.
Note: The Biennial DAAPP Review Process and Report for the university is currently in progress