Security Report

 

Your Safety is Our Concern

The personal safety and security of students, staff and visitors, and the protection of property are high priorities at Central Wyoming College (CWC). The information provided in this report is part of the College's commitment to safety and security on campus. This report is prepared by CWC's Department of Safety and Security to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act). The full text of this report is located at Campus Security Report.


Creating and maintaining a healthy and safe campus environment requires the cooperation and involvement of everyone. All students, faculty, staff and visitors must assume responsibility for their personal health and safety, and the security of their personal belongings.
 
CWC's Department of Safety and Security is located in the Administration Building, AW #112. The department consists of one armed director, two college interns and nights are covered by Off Duty RPD Officers who are employed by the college. 
 
Campus security officers are not sworn peace officers and cannot enforce city, state or federal laws. Officers are equipped with two-way radios for communication with local law enforcement.
 
The department maintains a working relationship with the local police agencies that have law enforcement jurisdiction on and around our main campus and our alternate sites.
 
This report is made in cooperation with those agencies, CWC's housing department, and the student services division. This report consists of four parts: 1) Central Wyoming College's policy statements and descriptions of programs, 2) sex offense procedures, 3) three years of on-campus and off-campus crime statistics, and 4) campus programs.

 

 

Campus Safety
AW 112
307-855-2143
800-735-8418, ext. 2143

Email: Campus Safety

 

Consistent with its mission to value diversity and to treat all individuals with dignity and respect, Central Wyoming College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its educational program services or activities. The college makes reasonable accommodations to serve students with special needs and offers services to students who have the ability to benefit.
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