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Daily Crime Log
Daily crime logs (by calendar year) are updated each time there is an occurrence at a campus. A copy of logs can be obtained by clicking on any of the links found below, or they can also be obtained, upon request, at any ACC District Police Office.
The ACC District Police Department maintains a positive working relationship with all criminal justice agencies within the Austin Community College District in order to allow sharing of pertinent information and access to additional law enforcement resources as necessary.
Depending on circumstances, the ACC District Police Department may refer investigations to either the campus dean of student services for disciplinary action or to the courts for criminal prosecution. If an incident is referred for college discipline, there is no prohibition to disclosing to an alleged victim of violence the result of any disciplinary proceeding conducted by the college against the alleged perpetrator of the offense, with respect to that offense.
To facilitate the reporting of incidents, the ACC District Police Department maintains a twenty four hour a day, seven day a week police dispatch center. In an emergency the police dispatch center may be reached by dialing 222 from any campus phone connected to the ACC internal phone system or (512) 223.7999 from any cellular or non-campus phone. For non-emergency messages the ACC District Police Department may be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (512) 223.1231. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to make timely reports to the ACC District Police Department of criminal activities, emergencies, and incidents occurring on ACC property.
Instructions for reporting incidents may be found on our website. Information on ACC emergency procedures may be found on the ACC emergency page, and in the ACC Catalog. ACC's policy concerning counselors for students may be found in the ACC Administrative Rules. The ACC District Police Department also provides services to victims of crime.
The ACC District Police Department is committed to an active Crime Prevention program. Officers participate in campus and community events and student orientation programs. The Department also actively participates in the design and renovation of campus facilities in order to maximize security effectiveness. Additionally, crime prevention posters are prominently displayed at all ACC campus locations. Crime prevention basics, can be found HERE.
In compliance with state law, the ACC District Police Department maintains a listing of registered sex offenders who currently work, volunteer or are enrolled in classes on any ACC campus or learning center. A current listing of those who have registered with the Department may be found HERE. Additionally, a general listing of registered sex offenders may be found on the Texas Department of Public Safety's web site.
In the event of an offense or incident that poses an on-going threat to the college community, ACC issues timely warning to that portion of the college community that is at risk. The methodology to disseminate warnings includes, but is not limited to, e-mail alerts, text messaging, campus message boards, and campus audio broadcast capabilities (the ACC Emergency Notification system), and the ACC Emergency site.
ACC policy and state law prohibit the possession of illicit drugs and drug paraphernalia on college premises. The possession, sale, or use of alcoholic beverages on ACC premises also is prohibited by college policy. Students, faculty, or staff who violate ACC policy or state law are subject to disciplinary action and/or criminal prosecution. Austin Community College Administrative Rule 3.03.003, details the college's prevention program and compliance with the Drug Free Workplace and Drug Free Schools and Communities Act.
ACC policies and procedures related to student discipline are published in the ACC catalog, and may be accessed on the Need to Know site. Policy and procedures for faculty and staff are published in the Employee Handbook. ACC does not monitor off-campus criminal activity engaged in by students.
Information concerning access policies for each ACC campus and location may be found HERE. Additionally, specific campus hours are posted at each campus along with the phone number for the ACC District Police Department Dispatch for after-hours access.