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College promotes individual responsibility for personal safety and the
institution strives to provide an overall safe learning environment.
Where to Report Crime
emergencies, employees and students should first call 911 and then notify the
following personnel. For non-emergency situations, employees and students are
to report campus crimes to the Dean of Student Services (361-354-2301) in
Beeville or to the Director/Coordinator in Alice (361-664-2981 ext.3030),
Kingsville (361-592-1615 ext. 4076), or Pleasanton (830-592-1615 ext.1202).
The Dean of
Student Services or the appropriate Campus Director/Coordinator will contact
the appropriate law enforcement authority and initiate a campus investigation
if warranted. If and when anyone is identified and charged with the crime, the
Dean of Student Services or the appropriate Campus Director/Coordinator will
initiate appropriate discipline. Anyone subjected to disciplinary proceedings
shall be afforded due process outlined in the policy manual. Victims of
violence will have access to the institutional disciplinary proceedings against
the alleged perpetrator of the crime.
Drug-Free and Weapons Free
College is a drug and weapons free campus.
The possession, transmittal, sale, or attempted sale of
the following substances on campus or at college-sponsored student activities
is an offense:
In order to
protect and promote the health, safety, and welfare of employees, students and
the public, Coastal Bend College will provide an environment free from exposure
to tobacco smoke. Neither smoking nor the use of tobacco products (cigars,
cigarettes, pipes, chewing tobacco, and snuff) is permitted in college
facilities or in college-owned vehicles.
Although the Concealed
Handgun Bill allows eligible individuals who have acquired a permit to carry a
concealed weapon, it is illegal for an individual to carry a firearm on the
campus of an educational institution according to the Texas Penal Code, Section
46.03 entitled “Places Weapons Prohibited.” Therefore, in spite of the legalization to
carry a firearm, this law will NOT allow a person to carry a weapon on any
property owned or leased by Coastal Bend College. This includes all off campus
sites, college housing, and the day care center.
A person is required under Chapter 62
of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure to register as a sex offender. The
individual must do so no later than seven days after the person begins to
attend school. The student must report his or her status to an authority for
campus security, or to municipal or county law enforcement. The authority will
forward that information to the college administration. A registered sex
offender must notify authorities within seven days of terminating enrollment at
the college, as per Chapter 62 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure.
Offender Registry Data
The Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act
provides for the collection and disclosure of
information about convicted,
registered sex offenders either enrolled in or employed at institutions of
higher education. Members of the Coastal Bend College campus community may
access information on sex offenders residing in Texas from the Texas Department
of Public Safety website at https://records.txdps.state.tx.us/DPS_WEB/SorNew/index.aspx.
College, in compliance with the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of
1990, continually collects statistics on campus crime. An annual report is
prepared and distributed to students and employees. The following statistics
have been reported for the past three years.
From July 1,
2009 through August 31, 2010:
Alice Center: 1 theft Bee County Campus: 1 assault, 5 burglaries, 1 burglary of
a motor vehicle, 3 arrests on public property, 2 drug violations Kingsville
Center: 2 thefts, 1 drug violation, 1 alcohol violation, 2 arrests occurred on
public property Pleasanton Center: 1 burglary of a motor vehicle, 1 weapons
violation, 1 drug violation
From July 1,
2010 through August 31, 2011:
Alice Center: 1 theft, 1 burglary of motor vehicle, 1 drug violation, 1 arrest
Bee County Campus: 2 thefts, 2 burglaries, 1 burglary of a motor vehicle, 4
drug violation, 3 alcohol violation, 2 arrests Kingsville: 1 motor vehicle
theft, 1 arrest Pleasanton: No incidents reported
From July 1,
2011 through August 31, 2012:
Alice Center: No incidents reported Bee County Campus: 1 sexual assault, 1
assault, 3 thefts, 3 burglaries, 1 burglary of motor vehicle, 4 arrests
Kingsville: 1 alcohol violation, 1 arrest Pleasanton: 1 assault, 1 theft, 1
vandalism of property
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