Statistics & Directives
We believe an informed campus community is an empowered one. By providing information on the challenges we face and clarifying our Division's stances on them, we hope to spark conversation, encourage a culture of transparency and work toward a campus environment of safety, security and continuous growth.
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Monthly Crime Statistics
Division Directive – Use of Force
This directive establishes the authority of DCS and its Campus Safety Officers (CSOs) with respect to the application of force, reporting use of force incidents, and the process used to review physical, less-lethal and lethal force.
Division Directive - Bias-Based Profiling
This directive defines and states DCS's stance on Bias-Based Profiling in alignment with our core values of integrity, dedication, community and service.
Bias-Based Profiling Report
It is through crime prevention and community outreach efforts, pro-active patrol, and investigative methods that the DCS reduces the opportunities for violations of University policies/procedures or crime to occur and contributes to making the campus a safer environment for the campus community the Division serves. In keeping with the spirit of our mission, we do not condone the use of any biased-based profiling in its enforcement or programs. The below brochure is designed to educate the public on the issue of bias-based profiling, including what it is and what to do if you believe you have been a victim of bias-based profiling.