How does Craven Community College comply with the Clery Act?
Compliance with Campus SaVE must be reflected in the Annual Security Report every October. The Annual Security Report is something all campuses have to complete as part of the Clery Act, and should include items like policy statements, crime statistics, and information about the preventative programs incorporated at the College.
For more information about the Clery Act or to review our Annual Security Report, click one of the following links:
Please direct any Clery Act Questions/Information Requests to:
Jackie Thomas, Coordinator of Security Services
In accordance with the Clery Act, the Craven Community College Security Office offers training throughout the year. Below is a list of the training services that the security office has in place to ensure your safety at all times while at any Craven Community College facility:
- Active Shooter Drills (Run, Hide, Fight)
- Emergency Weather Drills
- Fire Drills
- Emergency Procedures at Craven Community College
- New Student Orientation
- New Employee Orientation
Please see the Campus Life Calendar for training topics, dates, times, and locations.
Timely Warning Programs
Craven Community College also holds regularly scheduled drills on evacuations, shelter-in-place and lock downs on both campuses. Notification of these drills and any timely warnings are conducted through the Emergency Notification System.
- 148 Speakers and Internal Horns
- 32 External Horns
- 32 Entrance Door Call Stations
- 16 LED Signs
- 4 Parking Lot Call Boxes
- Digital Signage
- Cisco VOIP Phones
- Cisco 911 Response