Campus Crime Statistics

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, Public Law 101-542, requires that IVCC annually report instances of crime which occurred on campus. The College is required to report such data, even if there have been no occurrences of crime, as defined by the Act. Furthermore, the College is required to list each category of offenses covered by the Act, again even if there are no offenses to report. Therefore, listed below are IVCC Campus Crime Statistics for the period January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2014:

  2012 2013 2014
Category Occurrence Occurrence Occurrence
Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter
 0  0  0
Negligent manslaughter
0 0 0
Sexual offenses  0  0  0
Rape 0 0 0
Fondling 0
Incest 0
Statutory rape
Robbery  0  0  0
Aggravated Assault  0  0  0
Burglary  0  0  1
Motor Vehicle Theft 0  0  0
Arson 0
Liquor Violation 0  0  0
Drug Violation 0  0  0
Weapons Violation 0  0  0
Campus Crime Statistics


Title IX/VAWA/SaVE Act

For IVCC's Sexual Misconduct Policy, click here.

In 2013, President Obama reauthorized the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which included the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (SaVE Act).

The SaVE Act requires all federally funded institutions to promote transparency regarding reporting of incidents of sexual misconduct (domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking) by employees or students in the Campus Crime Statistics chart above. 

Additionally, any individual reporting an incident of sexual misconduct must and will be provided with written rights to:

  • Be assisted by campus authorities if reporting a crime to law enforcement
  • Change academic, living, transportation, or working situations to avoid a hostile environment
  • Obtain or enforce a no contact directive or restraining order
  • Have a clear description of their institution’s disciplinary process and know the range of possible sanctions
  • Receive contact information about existing counseling, health, mental health, victim advocacy, legal assistance, and other services available both on-campus and in the community

The SaVE Act also requires all federally funded institutions to clarify institutional policies and disciplinary procedures and defines the minimal standards by which said policies and procedures must maintain.  At IVCC, Administrative Procedure updates are currently at the Board of Trustee level for review and approval.

Specifically, institutions must ensure that:

  • Disciplinary hearing provide a prompt, fair, and impartial investigation and resolution and are conducted by officials receiving annual training on domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking
  • Both parties (complainant and defendant)  may have others present during an institutional disciplinary proceeding and any related meeting
  • Both parties (complainant and defendant) will receive written outcomes of disciplinary hearings at the same time

Finally, the SaVE Act requires all federally funded institutions provide ongoing primary prevention and awareness campaigns and training for incoming students and new employees.

Said campaigns must include:

  • Safe and positive options for bystander intervention
  • Information on risk reduction to recognize warning signs of abusive behavior
  • Ongoing prevention and awareness programs for students and faculty

IVCC has chosen to partner with Workplace Answers to conduct training for employees and Campus Answers to conduct training for students.  Information on the training program will be emailed to students, announced via BlackBoard, and detailed in the student newspaper.

Information on VAWA reauthorization was also distributed during New Student Convocation on August 14, 2015.

For additional information, contact IVCC Title IX Coordinator Mark Grzybowski in the Counseling Center, CTC 202, by phone at 815-224-0393, or email at Mark_Grzybowski@ivcc.edu.