While Daytona State College strongly encourages any victim of a crime to make a report with the police and Campus Safety, there may be times when someone chooses not to do so. Victims of sexual misconduct, which includes the crimes of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking are often hesitant to make a report to law enforcement or a public safety/security agency. However, that person may feel more comfortable reporting a crime to another college official.
The federal law known as the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policies and Campus Crime Statistics Act, (often referred to as The Clery Act), designates certain categories of college and university officials as Campus Security Authorities (CSA's). The Clery Act requires that CSA's are trained in reporting crime and that reports of crime submitted by CSA's are collected and published in the college or university's annual crime statistics. (To learn more about The Clery Act, view our Annual Security Report and Campus Safety Guide.)
In addition to Campus Safety Officers, Campus Security Authorities at Daytona State College include
- College administrators
- Managers in Student Services areas such as Admissions, Financial Aid, Registration, and Academic Advising.
- Coaches and directors in the Athletics Department
- Regional Campus Directors
- Faculty Club Advisors
- Adminstrators and management in the Student Activities Department
- Personnel with responsibilities for the College's off-campus student housing
If you are a Daytona State College Campus Security Authority (other than a Campus Safety officer) and have received a report of a crime, please use the Daytona State College Campus Security Authority crime report form to make a report.
Save the completed crime report. Please contact Campus Safety Dispatch at 386-506-4444 and notify them that you are sending a crime report. Please send the completed crime report form as an email attachment to Russ Gibbons at email@example.com, Paul Barnett at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Campus Safety Dispatch at email@example.com.
You may also send crime reports by mail to
Campus Safety Bldg. 540 Bailey Hall Room 105
You should always provide someone who reports sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking with a written copy of their rights and available resources. Download and print the document Information for Survivors of Sexual Violence, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking to provide this information.
If you have not viewed the Campus Security Authority training, please do so at the following links:
If you would like to request a live training for Campus Security Authorities, please contact Campus Safety at (386) 506-4444.