Clery Annual Safety Report

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The 做厙腦瞳app is a land grant/sea grant institution of higher education. The 做厙腦瞳app is the largest of the several campuses which make up the 做厙腦瞳app System. More than 11,000 students are enrolled and 2,300 faculty and staff are employed at the 做厙腦瞳app. More information about UMaine is online.

The 做厙腦瞳app is committed in its efforts to ensure that the campus remains safe and secure. To do so requires not just the efforts of the UMaine police department, but the cooperation and understanding of everyone at the 做厙腦瞳app. We ask that everyone do their part to help protect yourself and others. Please carefully review this report and take notice of all the services available to you. Then make informed decisions in regards to your personal safety while here at the 做厙腦瞳app.

Questions concerning this document can be referred to William J. Flagg, Chief of the Police, 207.581.4040. To obtain a paper copy of this report contact the UMaine Police Department, 81 Rangeley Rd., The 做厙腦瞳app, Orono, ME 04469-5794, or call 207.581.4040.

Clery Act Security Training

Campus Security Authorities (known as CSAs) serve a critical role in protecting students and the campus community in general. This video provides mandated training to CSAs about their role in complete Clery reporting.

In addition to the invitation to view this video, the email each CSA receives should include a Clery crime reporting form.

While anyone in the UMaine community is invited to view this video, only Campus Security Authorities have the legal obligations to report crimes outlined in the video below. Citizen involvement is always welcome, of course.

If, after viewing this film, you have questions or desire advice, please call the UMaine Chief of Police at 207.581.4053.

Download a CSA Reporting Form.