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University of Phoenix is strongly committed to crime prevention and to the safety of the University community. The University considers the personal physical safety of its students and employees necessary for a successful learning environment. It is our hope that a well-informed University community will be a safe one.
The University of Phoenix Annual Security Report is comprised of two sections: Campus Crime Statistics and Campus Safety Policies.
The University of Phoenix Campus Crime Statistics cover crimes reported to the University over the previous three years that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the University, and on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus.
The Department of Education collects crime statistics from institutions each fall and makes the data available to the public on these websites: http://www.collegenavigator.gov and http://ope.ed.gov/security.
To learn the identity of registered sex offenders on or near a campus, or anywhere in the United States, visit the sex offender databases at sexoffender.com and nsopw.gov. You can search by city, county or ZIP code. This information is collected by other agencies, and this institution cannot guarantee this information is correct or complete. The information provided here is intended to be in compliance with the Campus Security Act and for campus safety purposes only. It should not be used to intimidate, threaten or harass. Misuse of this information may result in prosecution.
To access the Florida sexual predator and sexual offender registry, visit http://offender.fdle.state.fl.us/offender/homepage.do or contact 888.357.7332 (For TTY accessibility dial 877.414.7234).
Sex offenders who are required to register in a state must provide notice of each institution of higher education in that state at which the offender is employed or is a student. The Campus Security Authority at the campus is the designated individual to receive the information.
In accordance with federal law, including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, University of Phoenix does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education programs and activities. Individuals with questions, concerns or complaints related to gender discrimination, sexual harassment or sexual assault may contact the University’s Title IX Coordinator:
Camie Pratt, JD
Associate Vice President/Title IX Coordinator
Office of Dispute Management
Mail Stop: CF-S907
4025 S. Riverpoint Pkwy
Phoenix, AZ 85040
Campus Security Authorities are individuals designated at each University of Phoenix campus to aid in the safety of the University community. Contact your Campus Security Authority if you see unsafe conditions at a University location; if you or someone else in the campus community is the victim of a crime; or if you or someone else in the campus community needs a referral for drug or alcohol abuse, or for rape counseling.