Clery Act



The University of California, Santa Barbara campus safety report, “Dedicated to the Safety of Our Community” is published annually to provide safety policies, information and statistics to its community and to prospective students and employees. Statistics on the reported occurrences of criminal activity are made public in accordance with the "Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act," formerly the Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act. 

PDF Format: Annual Clery Act Campus Security Report 2015

PDF Format: 2014 Clery Crime Statistics

PDF Format: 2014-2013-2012 Clery Crime Statistics

The report includes the following:

  • Campus and Community Crime Statistics

  • Policies for Reporting Crimes and Emergencies

  • Collection and Distribution of Crime Statistics

  • Campus Security Authorities and Reporting/ Contact Resources

  • Security of and Access to Campus Facilities

  • Policies Concerning Law Enforcement

  • Programs About Security Practices and Programs to Inform About Crime Prevention

  • Policies on Monitoring Crimes by Students at Off-Campus Sites Controlled by Recognized Student Organizations

  • Policies on Alcoholic Beverages, Illegal Drugs, and Drug and Alcohol Abuse Programs

  • University and Campus Sexual Violence Policies and Procedures 

  • Campus Sexual Violence Prevention Programs and Resources

  • Registered Sex Offender Information

  • Emergency Notification  and Timely Warning Policy

  • Missing Student Notification Policy

  • Annual Fire Safety Report

  • Helpful Links


Questions regarding the Clery Act Campus Security Report can be directed to: 

David Millard, UCSB Police Department
(805) 893-2845 or 

Suzanne Perkin, Assistant Dean, Student Life
(805) 893-4364 or

Debbie Fleming, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs
(805) 893-4094 or