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Timely Security Notices

Fall 2014

12/08/14 Report of Shots Fired

11/14/14 Update – Arrest – Theft and Assault

11/11/14 Theft and Assault

11/04/14 Sexual Assault

09/22/14 Sexual Assault

Summer 2014

09/21/14 Attempted Abduction

08/23/14 Sexual Assault

06/29/14 Robbery

Spring 2014

04/02/14 Strong Arm Robbery

Winter 2014

03/15/14 Forcible Fondling

02/19/14 Burglary On Campus

Fall 2013

12/20/13 Burglary

12/09/13 Burglary

12/08/13 Burglary

12/06/13 UPDATE Indecent Exposure (Arrest)

12/02/13 Indecent Exposure

11/22/2013 Burglary

11/11/2013 Burglary

10/27/2013 Robbery Off Campus

10/16/2013 Robbery Off Campus

10/04/2013 Burglary

9/28/2013 Burglary

Summer 2013

09/18/2013 Robbery

09/07/2013 Indecent Exposure

08/27/2013 Indecent Exposure Off Campus

06/25/2013 Attempted Robbery

06/21/2013 Forcible Fondling 100 Oaks UPDATE

06/21/2013 Forcible Fondling 100 Oaks

Spring 2013

06/14/2013 – Attempted Robbery

05/28/2013 – Burglary

Timely Security Notice Policy

The Vanderbilt University Police Department will issue timely security notices under the following conditions:

  1. Incidents with one or more of the following classifications:
    • Murder;
    • Sex Offense; Forcible or Non-Forcible;
    • Robbery;
    • Aggravated Assault;
    • Burglary;
    • Motor Vehicle Theft;
    • Manslaughter;
    • Arson; or
    • When repeated offenses warrant public notice (multiple unsolved thefts with the same possible suspect(s) or established patterns)
  2. The offense occurs on or near Vanderbilt University facilities or property; and
  3. There is a reason to believe that there is a threat to students and/or employees;
  4. Additionally the department may issue a timely security notice for any crime when there is a compelling need to get information to the Vanderbilt Community about a specific crime.

*In compliance with the U.S. Department of Higher Education and the Jeanne Clery Act, Security Notices are issued to provide timely warning information concerning a potentially dangerous situation on or near Vanderbilt University. This information is provided to empower our students and employees the information necessary to make decisions or take appropriate actions concerning their own personal safety.


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