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Jeanne Clery Disclosure Act

POLICY STATEMENTS

Policy for Reporting the Annual Disclosure of Crime Statistics

Beauty Anatomy Institute provides annual crime statistics in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. These statistics include what happened in and around Beauty Anatomy Institute premises and law enforcement agencies in areas surrounding Beauty Anatomy Institute School.

Timely Warnings

In the event that a situation arises, either on or off premises, in the judgment of the Chief Operating office of the school, establishes a serious threat, a school wide – “timely warning” will be issued. Notices will be posted in each class room and hall ways. The warning will be issued through the Beauty Anatomy Institute’s school’s Intercom system and text capability system to students, faculty and staff.

Anyone with information, which they believe may constitute the issuance of a timely warning, should report the circumstances to Beauty Anatomy Institute School’s front office oat 954-972-0635. On a yearly basis, notification will be given to all enrolled students, faculty and staff that provide the web link to access this report. Hard copies of the report may also be obtained at Beauty Anatomy Institute front Office located at 1901 N. Federal Highway #201 Pompano Beach, FL 33062 or by contacting Beauty Anatomy Institute security personnel’s at 954-972-0635. All future employees may obtain a copy from Beauty Anatomy Institute’s front office or Beauty Anatomy Institute security personnel.Attendees at new employee and student orientation receive a copy of this report.

Warnings and Evacuation Procedures:

Emergency Notification

It is the student or staff of Beauty Anatomy Institute to immediately notify the Security Personnel(s) upon the confirmation of a significant emergency or dangerous situation involving an immediate threat to the health or safety of students or staff occurring on Beauty Anatomy Institute premises, unless issuing a notification will compromise efforts to contain the emergency.

Beauty Anatomy Institute personnel(s) are the first responders (Beauty Anatomy Institute Security personnel(s)) are the ones who confirm the existence of an emergency in the event or threat with a call being received through the aforementioned security personnel(s) number. However, in the event that Beauty Anatomy Institute Security personnels are not yet at the scene of the emergency event or threat, or, confirmation may occur from local emergency responders (i.e. City/County Departments or Fire Rescue) or a member of Beauty Anatomy Institute security personnel group.This member will notify Beauty Anatomy Institute Security personnel /or may initiate appropriate Beauty Anatomy Institute Automated Alert System.

The following criteria are evaluated to determine if activation of Beauty Anatomy Institute Alert System is warranted and which components will be utilized:

• Type of emergency event and its impact or potential impact on life safety (death, serious injury, minor injury).

• Impact to Beauty Anatomy Institute facility

• Potential for the emergency event to worsen or spread

These elements will determine the urgency with which the message needs to be disseminated (minutes, hours, days) and the affected groups and audiences to be alerted. Suitable notification tools will be employed to notify Beauty Anatomy Institute students and staff.Alert content includes the following: Beauty Anatomy Institute Alert in beginning of message, a brief description of the incident, and actions to be taken. Depending on the system used, it can also indicate targeted populations and where to seek additional information and updates.

The following individuals are authorized to determine whether an alert message should be launched:

• Security Personnel

• Chief Executive Officer

Full testing of Beauty Anatomy Institute Alert system components occurs at least three times a year. This testing is normally scheduled for the first Monday of the months of February, June and September. These tests are announced to staff of Beauty Anatomy Institute School, key external partners, local emergency management officials.Beauty Anatomy Institute may undergo unannounced daily testing and evacuation/fire drills.

Evacuation:

The purpose of evacuation drills is to prepare building occupants for an organized evacuation in case of a fire or other emergency. Beauty Anatomy Institute School, evacuation drills are used as a way to educate and train students and staff on fire safety issues specific to the building. During the drill, students and staff ‘practice’ drill procedures and familiarize themselves with the location of exits and the sound of the fire alarm. In addition to educating the occupants of the building about the evacuation procedures during the drills, the process also provides the school an additional opportunity to test the operation of fire alarm system components. Evacuation drills are conducted at least once a year and are normally unannounced. Students and Faculty be accessed at the front office or from the aforementioned security personnel’s listed.

These action procedures will include directives for individuals with disabilities and those who may be aiding them in an emergency events or threats that warrant evacuation.

Reporting crime:

To contact Beauty Anatomy Institute security personnel, call (954-072-0635). Any suspicious activity, or person seen in the parking lots or loitering around vehicles, inside buildings should be reported to the police department. In addition, you may report a non-emergency crime to the following areas:

1. Administration/Beauty Anatomy Institute front office

2. Security Personnel

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL, 911

Confidential Reporting Procedures

If you are the victim of a crime and are unsure if you want to pursue action with Beauty Anatomy Institute Security personnel(s) or the criminal justice system, you may still make a confidential report. The staff or students may report the crime to the Chief Executive officer and may be told of the details of the incident in confidence. The objective of confidential reporting is to comply with your wish to keep the matter confidential, while taking steps to ensure your future safety and the safety of others. With such information, Beauty Anatomy Institute can keep accurate records of the number of incidents involving students, determine where there is a pattern of crime with regard to a particular location, method or assailant, and alert the campus community to potential danger.

Crime Reporting

Beauty Anatomy Institute reassures any eye witness or victim to any crime to promptly report the incident to the police. Police reports are public records under state law, Beauty Anatomy Institute security personnel cannot hold reports of crime in confidence; however, state law protects the identity of the victims of sex crimes. Confidential reporting for purposes of inclusion in the annual disclosure of crime statistics can be reported to the Victim Advocate and/or the Chief of Police, and no police report will be taken.

Beauty Anatomy Institute personnel are available to answer your calls from 9am-9pm (954-972-0635). This number is available in the orientation packets and at the back of the students ID badge. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911. In response to a call, Beauty Anatomy Institute will take the required action to address your needs. Non-emergency calls, such as to obtain information on reporting, victim rights and confidential reporting, may also be directed to the school’s security personnel. (954-972-0635). Beauty Anatomy Institute security personnel work in conjunction with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office.

Incident reports are forwarded to the Administrative office for evaluation and possible action. Beauty Anatomy Institute personnel will investigate a report when it is deemed suitable. Further information obtained via the investigation also will be forwarded to the Administrative office for review. All occurrences will be evaluated and investigated on an individual basis. If there is a potentially dangerous threat to Beauty Anatomy Institute School, appropriate warnings will be given through the appropriate means.

Crimes should be reported to the Beauty Anatomy Institute security personnel to ensure inclusion in the annual crime statistics and to aid in providing timely warning notices to the community, when appropriate.

Missing Persons Procedures

The proper personnel should be contacted no later than 24 hours after the time the student is determined missing. This person will be the emergency contact designated. If a student does not return to class after a break and is thought to be missing, Beauty Anatomy Institute security Personnel should be contacted. Beauty Anatomy Institute security will make contact with the said student and make the determination of whether the student has been missing and for how long. Should the student be determined to be missing for 24 hours or more, the designated individual(s) listed on the student’s contact records along with the police department will be notified.

Sexual Assaults

Beauty Anatomy Institute upholds a sexual harassment free environment and will ensure that any sexual assault victims are afforded compassionate consideration. Our security personnel(s) are trained individuals with specialized training in the investigation of sex crimes .Areas discussed are Beauty Anatomy Institute mission and policy, sensitivity to the needs and feelings of the victim, support resources, and investigative methods.

*Beauty Anatomy Institute will treat you with courtesy, compassion, respect and empathy.

*Beauty Anatomy Institute security personnel will act thoughtfully, without prejudging or placing blame, will consider each case seriously regardless of your gender, and will thoroughly investigate each case.

*The department will notify you of services offered on and off Beauty Anatomy Institute premises.

*Pertinent information such as name and ascertaining information will be withheld from the public and press in agreement with the Florida Public Records Law.

Often times sexual assaults are committed by someone the victim is familiar with or knows. Stranger assaults do happen, but not nearly as frequently as an assault by an acquaintance. Since legislation passed in 2007, victims will no longer be required to report a sexual battery in order to have a forensic sexual assault exam that is paid for by victim compensation. Victims now have an official right to have a supporter present during the exam. In order for police to collect evidence of the assault, it is best if you do not bathe, shower, douche, brush your teeth, urinate, defecate, change, or launder clothing or bedding. Clothing and/or bedding may be taken as evidence. You will receive a physical exam, and pictures will be taken as evidence. If you wish assistance in notifying Beauty Anatomy Institute School’s security or other law enforcement agencies about a sexual battery or other crime, you may contact the school directly at (954)972-0635. You may report a sexual assault confidentially to Beauty Anatomy Institute students delegates and still receive assistance.

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, CALL 911 or Beauty Anatomy Institute security Personnel at 786-973-3475

Policy

Beauty Anatomy Institute officials and students conduct an annual safety tour of the campus.

Campus Police Authority and Jurisdiction

The Broward County Sheriff’s Office have complete police authority to apprehend and arrest anyone involved in illegal acts on Beauty Anatomy Institute’s school premises and areas immediately adjacent to the school.

Major offenses may involve joint investigative efforts with other local and state law enforcement agencies. The prosecution of all criminal offenses, both felony and misdemeanor, are conducted at county, state and federal court levels.

Crime Prevention Programs

At orientations during the course of the year, students and their parents are offered information on police services, property safety, personal safety and sexual assault prevention by members of Beauty Anatomy Institute security personnel(s) Department. Similar information is presented to all new employees. Crime prevention programs and sexual assault prevention programs are offered on a continual basis during the year by law enforcement officials and other on campus groups. Programs address topics as theft, personal safety, relationship and domestic violence, cyber stalking and stalking, bias-based crimes, traffic safety, sexual assault and other important crime avoidance topics. In addition to these programs, Beauty Anatomy Institute created Safety Month, a month of activities at Beauty Anatomy Institute in which the school devotes specific attention to issues related to safety and security.

Crime victims frequently experience a myriad of feelings. The Victim Advocate Unit in Fort Lauderdale services program offers resources and referrals to assist victims in managing and understanding the emotions and physical reactions. Victims often need help changing from victim to survivor. Sometimes victims are reluctant to report crimes or are not sure whether what occurred is a crime.

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, CALL 911 or Victim Advocate Unit 954-765-4133

Sex Offender Registration Information in Pompano Beach and surrounding areas.

Information concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained by visiting http://offender.fdle.state.fl.us/offender/homepage.do and accessing the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Sexual Offenders database. Sexual offenders are required to register in the state of Florida, Beauty Anatomy Institute is to be provided with notice if an offender is employed or is a student.

Crime Statistics

The following link provides the tables for the crime statistics: for both the City Pompano Beach

http://www.city-data.com/crime/crime-Pompano-Beach-Florida.html http://www.neighborhoodscout.com/fl/pompano-beach/crime/

Florida Department of Law Enforcement Toll-free number 1-888-357-7332 for TTY Accessibility 1-877-414-7234

Additional Resources provided to Students and Staff in crisis

Telephone Index listing all agencies and programs alphabetically:

Students and staff can visit the Administrative office for additional resources if needed

Students and staff can visit the Administrative office for additional resources if needed

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