While Daytona State College strongly encourages any victim of a crime to make a report with Campus Safety and law enforcement, there may be times when someone is more comfortable reporting a crime to a trusted College official who is not in Campus Safety or law enforcement. This is often the case for crimes of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking, (sometimes referred to as the "VAWA" or Violence Against Women Act crimes).
While everyone at the College is responsible for keeping our College community safe, the federal law known as the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policies and Campus Crime Statistics Act, (commonly referred to as the Clery Act), defines certain College officials as Campus Security Authorities (CSA's). Campus Security Authorities are defined according to their job functions and have responsibilities under the Clery Act regarding how they respond to receiving a report of a crime.
The Clery Act requires that Campus Security Authorities are trained so that they understand these responsibilities and respond to reports of crime in a way that provides the proper assistance and support to victims, and ensures that each Clery crime is counted in our Clery crime statistics.
For more information on the Clery Act and Campus Security Authorities, please view the following:
If you are a Daytona State College Campus Security Authority and have received a report of a crime, contact Campus Safety at (386) 506-4444 as soon as possible.
For assistance in taking information, you may complete and save/print the Daytona State College Campus Security Authority crime report form. (Please note that this form is not a substitute for contacting Campus Safety to make a report.)
CSA's who receive reports of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking should always provide the reporting part with written notification of their rights and available resources. The following Daytona State College documents should be used for this purpose: