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Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports

2014 Ball State University Campus Security Report (PDF)
2014 Ball State University Fire Safety Report (PDF)

The Higher Education Act, as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act, requires Title IV institutions annually to make available a Campus Security Report that discloses campus crime statistics, law enforcement, alcohol and drug policies, and emergency response procedures.

For those institutions that maintain on-campus student housing, an annual Fire Safety Report is also required. This report discloses procedures, statistics, reports and documentation on fire safety in on-campus student housing.

Every October, Ball State University makes available those reports here. The current reports are available above as PDFs.

Campus Security Authorities

Watch a video about Campus Security Authorities (CSAs).

Video provided by the Clery Center for Security on Campus (clerycenter.org).

Ball State University's annual crime statistics include on- and off-campus crimes that are reported to University Police, Muncie Police Department, Indiana State Excise Police, Delaware County Sheriff's Department, and other law enforcement agencies. Ball State's crime statistics include reports of crimes (including disciplinary referrals for alcohol, drug, and weapons law violations) made in good faith to numerous faculty, staff, and students who are designated as Campus Security Authorities or CSAs. Ball State's CSAs include but are not limited to police officers, resident assistants, athletic coaches, and advisors to student organizations.

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