Annual Security Report

Annual Security Report

Disclosure of Safety Policies and Annual Crime Statistics

The information contained in the Annual Security Report was prepared under the guidelines established by 20 United States Code, section 1092(f), known as the “Jeanne Clery, Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act,” (The Clery Act) and the Code of Federal Regulations. The information represents a general description of Estrella Mountain Community College’s security/safety policies and programs, and the crime statistics for the most recent calendar year and the two preceding calendar years; however, the information is not intended to serve as a contractual agreement between the college and the recipient. 

Preparing the Annual Security Report:

The College Police Department (CPD) has the responsibility of gathering the data used to prepare the annual campus crime statistics. The data is obtained from reports made to the (CPD), the Avondale Police Department, the Buckeye Police Department, campus security authorities and the college Counseling Department. In the case of the college departments, the data is gathered the same day that it is reported. Data is obtained annually from the Avondale Police Department, the Buckeye Police Department and compared with the data gathered at the college. The resulting data is used to prepare the annual crime statistics report.

The ASR information is sent out to current students and employees via their assigned college email addresses. Prospective students are provided information on where to find the ASR in recruitment and informational documents.

Estrella Mountain Community College’s Annual Crime Statistics:

The statistics listed in the Annual Security Report, were gathered in accordance with the guidelines established under the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (20 U.S.C. §1092(f)) (The Clery Act). The crime definitions outlined in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Incident Based Reporting System, as modified by the Hate Crime Statistics Act, were utilized in compiling the numbers.

Registered Sex Offenders:

Sex offender registry information is not maintained by the EMCC College Police Department. Law enforcement agency information concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained by visiting Arizona Sex Offender Registry at the following link:


If you have concerns or need more information about security policies and safety at EMCC, please contact the College Police Commander at (623) 935-8928.