Crime Statistics

The following crime statistic tables reflect the mandatory reporting offenses as specified in the Jeanne Clery Act. The tables display crime data over the past three calendar years and are separated by crimes occurring On Campus, crimes occurring in Campus Residential / Student Housing (crimes occurring at student housing are also included in the On Campus table), Non-Campus crimes occurring off of campus property at University recognized organizations, and Public Property crimes occurring on the bordering streets of the University. The Disciplinary Referrals table specifies the number of non-arrest referrals to the Judicial Affairs Officer and number of incidents adjudicated by the Director of Student Housing. The following reported numbers may be duplicated in more than one reporting area.

In the occasion that reported crimes, through careful investigation, are unsubstantiated, falsely reported, or found to have occurred in an area outside of the Clery geographical reporting requirements (On Campus, Campus Residential, Non-Campus Buildings recognized by University, Public Property directly adjacent to University) then those cases will ultimately have a disposition of “unfounded” and will not be included in the Annual Security Report statistics. The number of unfounded crimes will be listed at the end of this report.

Students attending classes applicable to the following locations can obtain the crime report on each location's web page:

College of Sequoias, Visalia

West Hills Junion College, Lemoore