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Clery Security Report 

North Central Missouri College has a mission to advance learning and provide service. In fulfilling its mission, the College adheres to a set of educational and administrative policies that are essential to maintain a safe and secure learning environment and that foster a sense of community and public accountability.

Policy - The Annual Disclosure of Crime Statistics
North Central Missouri College Clery Compliance Team prepares this report to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (“Clery Act”). This report is prepared in cooperation with the local law enforcement agencies surrounding our main campus and alternate sites. Campus crime, arrest and referral statistics include those reported to the NCMC Dean of Student Services, designated Campus Security Authorities, and local law enforcement agencies.
NCMC reports crime using the definitions as described in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, National Incident Based Reporting System, and as required by Clery Act regulations and Violence Against Women Act (“VAWA”) regulations. Officials of the College that are designated Campus Security Authorities are required to notify the Dean of Student Services of crimes that are defined under the Clery Act, however, it is the responsibility of all members of the campus community to report crimes. Please see the policy below titled “General Procedures for Reporting a Crime or Emergency.”

North Central Missouri College has a memorandum agreement with the North Central Missouri Mental Health Center (NCMMHC) to provide counseling for students. The NCMMHC staff work with their clients to report crime to North Central Missouri College on a voluntary basis, should they feel it is in the best interest of the client.
Each semester, an e-mail notification is made to all enrolled students that provides the website to access this report. Faculty and staff receive similar notification via e-mail notification. Paper copies of the report may be obtained at the Dean of Student Services Office, located in the Alexander Student Center or by calling 660-359-3948. All prospective employees may obtain a copy from the Chief Financial Officer at 660-359-3948 ext. 1500. The report is also attached to the Employment Opportunities website, and for prospective students, available on the “Future Student” link on the NCMC website, under “Consumer Information.”

In some cases, the description of campus policies may be summaries. If there are any questions to the referenced policies or if any person believes that the requirements of the Act have not been fulfilled, please contact the Dean of Student Services at (660)359-3948 ext. 1400. These policies are subject to change at any time.

Policy - Timely Warning 
Campus wide timely warnings are provided to give students, faculty, and staff timely notification of crimes and other events that may represent a serious or ongoing threat to the campus community and to heighten safety awareness. This communication is prepared as part of the timely warning requirement of the Clery Act.
When a crime is reported to or brought to the attention of college authorities, the Dean of Student Services, in cooperation with the President and/or Vice President, will determine if that crime represents a serious or ongoing threat to the safety of members of the college community. The situation may be on or off campus. Information for timely warnings may also come from other law enforcement agencies. If the decision is made to issue a timely warning, these designees will request that the Chief Information Officer issue a timely warning. Decisions to issue a timely warning will be made on a case-by-case basis, including such factors as: the nature of the crime, the continuing danger to the community, and the possible risk of compromising law enforcement efforts.

Timely warnings are distributed in one or more of the following ways:

  • Posting on electronic bulletin boards, including Blackboard and SAIL
  • Bulletin boards
  • NCMC alert text messaging
  • Email
  • News release
  • NCMC website 
  • Phone System

Timely warnings will be issued to the entire campus community.
Every attempt will be made to issue the warning within a reasonable amount of time; however, the release is subject to the availability of accurate facts concerning the incident, and investigation restraints.

Anyone with information warranting a timely warning should report the circumstances to the Dean of Student Services by phone at 660-359-3948, Ext. 1400 or in person at the Alexander Student Center. If they are not available, report to the Vice President (Ext. 1329) or President (Ext. 1200).

When timely warnings are issued, victims’ names will be kept confidential. 
Timely warnings differ from emergency notifications (which are discussed more in the next section of this report). The table below briefly summarizes the scope, when, where, and why timely warnings or emergency notifications are made.

Emergency Notification

Timely Warning

Scope: Wide focus on any significant emergency or dangerous situation (e.g. crime, severe storm, chemical spill, disease outbreak)

Scope: Required for certain crimes

Why: Emergency notification is triggered by an event that is currently occurring on or imminently threatening the campus. Emergency notification procedures will be initiated for any significant emergency or dangerous situation involving an immediate threat to the health or safety of students or employees occurring on campus.

Why: Timely warnings are triggered by crimes that have already occurred (and may be continuing) but which represent an ongoing threat. A timely warning will be issued for certain crimes that are reported to campus security authorities or local law enforcement agencies and are considered by the College to represent a serious or continuing threat to students and employees.

Where: Applies to situations that occur on campus

Where: Applies to crimes that occur on campus, in or on non-campus buildings or property, and on public property.

When: Procedures will be initiated immediately and without delay upon confirmation that a dangerous situation or emergency exists or threatens

When: A warning will be issued as soon as the pertinent information is available.

Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures 
NCMC has an emergency management plan designed to ensure there is a timely and effective response in the event of a significant emergency or dangerous situation occurring on campus involving an immediate threat to the health or safety of members of the campus community. Such situations include, but are not limited to: tornadoes, bomb threats, chemical spills, disease outbreaks, or armed intruders.   
Emergency notification to students and employees will include one or more of the following: telephone paging system, fire alarm paging, website, text messaging, and email notification system (texting and email notification require signing up with Community Connection service). Some or all of these methods of communication may be activated in the event of an immediate threat to the NCMC campus community.

To sign up for Community Connection: http://my.textcaster.com/ServePopup.aspx?id=506 Enter required information and under Grundy County check the box next to North Central Missouri College.

Determination of an emergency situation will be made by a member or members of the Crisis Management Team Decision Group, as outlined in the Crisis Management Plan. If the situation warrants, local, county, and state enforcement agencies will be consulted by a member of the Crisis Management Team Decision Group and information will be shared with the President or designee.

Upon confirmation that a significant emergency or dangerous situation exists, and in accordance with the procedures outlined below, NCMC will, without delay, and taking into account the safety of the community, determine the content of an emergency notification and initiate the notification system, unless issuing such a notification will, in the professional judgment of responsible authorities, compromise efforts to assist a victim or to contain, respond to or mitigate the emergency.

A member or members of the Crisis Management Team Decision Group will make the decision to notify the entire campus or only select areas based on the situation, considering information such as: location of incident, potential harm and risk to other areas of campus, etc. There will be continued assessment of the situation and additional segments of the campus community may be notified if the situation warrants.
When there is a potential that a very large segment of the community will be affected or when a situation threatens the operation of the campus as a whole, the entire campus will be notified.

Where possible, prepared scripts and recordings will be used. The final content will be prepared by a member or members of the Crisis Management Team Decision Group, in consultation with local authorities if the situation warrants. Information shared may differ by segments of the campus community, for example a tornado warning would warn local commuter students to not leave their homes, while residential students will be asked to take shelter in designated on-campus locations.

A select member or members of the Crisis Management Team Decision Group or trained designee will be responsible for activating the notification systems.
Members of the Crisis Management Team Decision Group

  • *President
  • *Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness
  • *Chief Financial Officer
  • Dean of Student Services
  •  Dean of Instruction
  • *Chief Information Officer
  • Director of Business
  • Director of Development
  • Director of Nursing & Health Sciences
  •  Director of TRIO programs
  • *Director of Physical Plant
  •  Director of Public Relations
  • Director of Residence Life
  • Director of Ketcham Community Center
  • Site Coordinator, Maryville (ad hoc)

*Notifying Member

If notification beyond the campus community is required, a member or members of the Crisis Management Team Decision Group, in conjunction with the President, will work with Public Relations to disseminate the emergency information.

The Crisis Management Plan is reviewed annually. Crisis management procedures are outlined in the crisis management plan, located at: http://www.ncmissouri.edu/about/Documents/crisis_plan.pdf. When a situation occurs that causes an immediate threat to the campus, the first responders to the scene will usually be the Trenton Police Department and Trenton Fire Department. These entities typically respond and will work with NCMC to assist with the incident. Depending on the nature of the incident, other local, country or federal agencies could also be involved in responding to the incident.

General information about emergency response and evacuation procedures for NCMC are publicized each year as part of the institution’s Clery Act compliance efforts and that information is available on the NCMC website. Building escape plans are included in the NCMC Crisis Management Plan.

All members of the NCMC community are notified on an annual basis that they are required to notify the Trenton Police Department and relevant NCMC officials of any situation or incident on campus that involves a significant emergency or dangerous situation that may involve an immediate or ongoing threat to the health and safety of students and/or employees on campus.

Annually, North Central Missouri College will conduct announced or unannounced drills to test emergency procedures. Drills in the residence halls will be conducted, at minimum, once per semester. Each drill date, time, and feedback will be recorded and shared with members of the Crisis Management Team Operation Group. An email will be sent prior to the annual drill directing students and employees to emergency and evacuation procedures and the crisis management plan for additional safety and security information. Detailed information on shelter-in-place, safe areas, and evacuation plans for each building will be included.

Documentation will occur for each test, to include: a description of the exercise, date the test was held, time the test started and ended, and whether it was announced or unannounced. Documentation and feedback will be recorded and shared with members of the President’s Cabinet.

Missing Student Policy 
 In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act, North Central Missouri College has the following policy and procedure in place for reporting and investigating a report of a missing student who resides in on-campus student housing:

Any campus community member or other person with reason to believe an NCMC student who lives in on-campus student housing has been missing from campus for 24 hours, should immediately make a report to the:
Dean of Student Services
Alexander Student Center Office 12
1301 Main Street, Trenton, MO
660-359-3948, EXT 1400
Email:
kalley@mail.ncmissouri.edu
Or
Director of Housing and Residence Life
Alexander Student Center G4A
1301 Main Street, Trenton, MO
660-359-3948, EXT 1412
Email:
dhillerman@mail.ncmissouri.edu

The Dean of Student Services or Director of Housing will immediately refer the matter to the Trenton Police Department. If a missing student report is made to another NCMC employee, the employee must immediately send this information to the Dean of Student Services or Director of Housing, who will then contact the Trenton Police Department.  As with any other emergency situation, the Trenton Police Department can be contacted directly by dialing 911 when a campus community member is concerned about a student’s whereabouts and feels they may be in danger.  Even if the Trenton Police Department is directly contacted, campus community members must still follow-up with a report to the Dean of Student Services or Director of Housing at the earliest possible time.

Students living in on-campus student housing will have the option to provide an emergency contact to be notified within 24 hours, if local law enforcement determines the student to be missing. This emergency contact can be different than the student’s general emergency contact, if desired. Students can list the contact on their Emergency Information Sheet, completed at check-in. The information: will be registered confidentially, will be accessible only to authorized campus officials, and may not be disclosed, except to a law enforcement personnel in furtherance of a missing person investigation.

Upon notification of a possible missing student situation, the College will collaborate with the Trenton Police Department to investigate the matter. If the student is determined by the Trenton Police Department to be missing, the College will notify within 24 hours the contact person identified by the student. At this time, the College may also begin contacting close acquaintances of the missing student to assist with the investigative process.

 If the student is determined to be missing, is under the age of 18, and is not emancipated, their custodial parent or guardian will also be contacted by the College no later than 24 hours after the determination has been made that the student is missing, in addition to any additional contact person designated by the student. After the permanent legal guardian and additional contact have been notified, the College will cooperate with the guardian, designated contact and the local authorities to pursue the appropriate course of action.

Depending on the circumstances regarding the student’s absence or status, the College reserves the right to notify parents and/or permanent legal guardian regarding the report of the missing student at any time, regardless of their age.

Policy - Facilities and Access Policy
During business hours, the College (excluding certain housing facilities) will be open to students, parents, employees, contractors, guests, and invitees. During non-business hours access to all College facilities is by key or card, if issued, or by admittance via an NCMC staff member. Arrangements to use College facilities including both buildings and grounds, must be made in advance through the Ketcham Community Center, Chief Financial Officer, or the Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness. Security considerations, as it relates to the maintenance of campus facilities, is the responsibility of the Director of the Physical Plant.  NCMC does not have campus security.

Residence Halls
Residence halls are secured 24 hours a day. Over extended breaks, the doors of all halls will be secured around the clock. Information in the College Catalog and Student Handbook details rules and regulations. Residence hall students are permitted to enter their own building at all times. Guests are also welcome in the residence halls. However, each guest must be accompanied at all times by the resident who is serving as the guest’s host. All overnight guests must be registered with the Director of Residence Life or Hall Coordinator before or at the time of arrival. Cameras do assist in monitoring the exterior of the building.

General
The campus buildings are open to the public during regular business hours. College Maintenance and Custodial personnel secure academic, administration and service buildings when they are not in use, and unlocking them during the weekend only as needed. Other than residence halls, all buildings or facilities are off limits to students after closing hours. However, department heads or administrators may authorize a student to work in a building after closing hours. Some facilities may have individual hours, which may vary at different times of the year. Examples are the Ketcham Community Center, ARC, Library, WIB, and Head Start. In these cases, the facilities will be secured according to schedules developed by the department responsible for the facility. Emergencies may necessitate changes or alterations to any posted schedules. Cameras assist in monitoring the exterior of buildings and parking lots.

Policy – Law Enforcement
North Central Missouri College does not have campus security. The Trenton Police Department has full police power, including arrest authority and power to search and routinely patrol the campus, as they would any other citywide area. There is no formal agreement between the Trenton Police Department and NCMC, however a good working relationship does exist.

Policy - General Procedures for Reporting a Crime or Emergency
NCMC does not have a voluntary confidential reporting system for inclusion in the annual crime statistics. Any individual on the NCMC campus who is a victim of a crime, observes any criminal activity, or has information about a crime should report the incident immediately to the Trenton Police Department (TPD). Persons reporting criminal incidents should provide as much information as possible. If possible, this should include the location, nature of injuries, the description of possible criminals and briefly what happened. Trenton police officers will respond to protect the victims, investigate the incident and make arrests when warranted.

In addition, community members, students, faculty, staff, and guests are encouraged to report all crimes and public safety related incidents to the Dean of Student Services in a timely manner. To report a crime or an emergency on the NCMC campus, call the Trenton Police Department at 911. To report a non-emergency security issue, call the Dean of Students at extension 1400 or from outside the College phone system, 660-359-3948 during normal business hours. North Central Missouri College has outreach locations at Bethany, Brookfield, Chillicothe, Maryville, and Unionville. Classes are also offered at various sites including, but may not be limited to: Cameron, Gallatin, St. Joseph, and Stanberry. To report a crime or emergency at an outreach site, class location, or at a property owned or controlled by NCMC, call the local police department by dialing 911. To report a non-emergency security issue, call the Dean of Student Services at 660-359-3948, Ext. 1400. If they are not available, contact the Vice President, Ext. 1329 or President, Ext. 1200.

All NCMC incident reports are forwarded to the Dean of Student Services Office for review and potential action. The Police Department will investigate a report when it is deemed appropriate. If a sexual assault or rape should occur, staff on the scene, including TPD, will assist in offering the victim services.

Information is made available to provide NCMC community members with specific information about the resources that are available in the event that they become the victim of a crime. The information about “resources” is not provided to infer that those resources are “reporting entities" for NCMC. Crimes should be reported to the Dean of Student Services to ensure inclusion in the annual crime statistics and to aid in providing timely warning notices to the community, when appropriate.

In addition you may report a crime to the following areas:


1. Dean of Student Services

(660)-359-3948 ext. 1400 / ASC

2. Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness

(660)-359-3948 ext. 1329 / Geyer

3. Chief Financial Officer

(660)-359-3948 ext. 1500 / Frey

4. Director, Housing and Residence Life (Crimes occurring in residence halls)

(660)-359-3948 ext. 1412 / ASC

5. President

660-359-3948 ext. 1200/Frey

In addition, Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) are available to file crime reports with the institution. A complete listing of CSAs is provided in this report.

Campus Security Authorities
According to federal law, colleges are required to report statistics concerning the occurrence of certain criminal offenses reported to the local police agency or any official of the institution who is defined as a Campus Security Authority.

A Campus Security Authority is defined by the Clery Act as “An official of the institution who has significant responsibility for student and campus activities, including but not limited to, student housing, student discipline and campus judicial proceedings.” Due to the nature of certain positions at NCMC, they may qualify as a Campus Security Authority. As such, they will be expected to report crimes for inclusion in the NCMC Annual Security Report. Campus Security Authorities at NCMC include, with extensions:

  • Academic Resource Center (ARC) Director (1334)
  • Athletic Director/Men’s Basketball Coach (1409)
  • Barton Director (1336)
  • Basketball, Assistant Men’s Coach (1450)
  • Basketball, Assistant Women’s Coach (1450)
  • Bethany Site Director (1905)
  • Chief Financial Officer (1500)
  • Chief Information Officer (1210)
  • Dean of Allied Health (1310)
  • Dean of Instruction (1300)
  • Dean of Student Services (1400)
  • Director of Physical Plant (1504)
  • Director of Residence Life/Men’s Baseball Coach (1412)
  • Hall Director – Ellsworth/Assistant Baseball Coach (1470)
  • Hall Director – Selby/Assistant Softball Coach (1480)
  • Ketcham Community Center Director (1455)
  • Librarian (1322)
  • Maryville Site Director (1901)
  • Phi Theta Kappa Advisor (1405)
  • Resident Assistants (In-person; Students)
  • TRIO Director (1348)
  • Vice President, Institutional Effectiveness (1329)
  • Women’s Basketball Coach (1456)
  • Women’s Softball Coach (1408)
  • President (1200)

Policy – Off-Campus Crime
For off campus reporting, please contact the Trenton Police Department. NCMC does not have off-campus locations designated for housing or assigned specifically for officially recognized student organizations.

Policy – Counseling Services
North Central Missouri College does not have on-campus counseling services. NCMC does partner with the North Central Missouri Mental Health Center (NCMMHC) to provide counseling to students. For more information, contact the Dean of Student Services at 660-359-3948, ext. 1400 or NCMMHC at 660-359-4487.

Also, because NCMC does not have on-campus counseling services, it does not have any college-specific procedures for pastoral or professional counselors to inform the persons they are counseling of any voluntary, confidential reporting mechanism for reporting crimes for inclusion in the annual crime statistics.
Policy- Alcohol and Illegal Drugs
In accordance with federal law, and as described in more detail below, NCMC has adopted and implemented a program and policies to prevent the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees.  

Students
Students are expected to comply with local and state laws pertaining to alcoholic beverages, controlled substances and illegal drugs. In addition, the manufacture, distribution, sale, possession, consumption, use or transportation of alcoholic beverages, controlled substances and illegal drugs and/or possession of drug paraphernalia by any student on College property, at any college-sponsored student activity, or at NCMC approved classes, field trips or activities off campus shall be strictly prohibited. This includes possession of alcoholic beverage containers.

No student shall be in an intoxicated condition, which may be evidenced by disorderly, obscene or indecent conduct or appearance, while on campus or at a college- approved event off campus. No student shall furnish or cause to be furnished any alcoholic beverage to any person under the legal drinking age. Missouri under-age drinking laws and federal and state drug laws regarding the possession, use and sale of illegal drugs will be enforced through judicial referrals and/or reporting incidents to the Trenton Police Department.
NCMC will impose sanctions, consistent with local, State, and Federal law, for violations of NCMC alcohol and drug policies and the Student Code of Conduct. Sanctions may include a verbal warning, written warning, loss of privileges, probation, suspension, expulsion from the halls and/or campus, or imposition of a lesser sanction. Sanctions may also include classes, community service, referrals for appropriate counseling and/or referral to local law enforcement for prosecution. If a student is convicted of violating criminal laws regarding alcohol or drugs, they may be subject to civil action. Legal sanctions may include classes, community service, fines, prison terms, loss of driving privileges, and mandated rehabilitation programs.

Employees
The unlawful possession, purchase, manufacture, use, sale or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by employees on college property or at any of its activities is prohibited. Violations of NCMC alcohol and drug policies as stated in College policies or employee handbooks/manuals may result in disciplinary action including corrective discipline, counseling, (faculty) reassignment, verbal warnings, documented warnings, probation, suspension with or without pay, and discharge for employees and/or referral to local law enforcement for prosecution.

If an employee is convicted of violating criminal laws concerning alcohol or drugs, in addition to civil action, the employee may be subject to termination. Legal sanctions may include classes, community service, fines, prison terms, loss of driving privileges, and mandated rehabilitation programs. Failure to disclose previous convictions on a job application is grounds for termination.

More Information Regarding Potential Legal Sanctions
NCMC supports the laws and regulations of the United States of America, the State of Missouri, Grundy County, and the City of Trenton as well as the counties and cities in which NCMC outreach sites are located. Each student and employee is expected to do the same. Applicable legal sanctions under state, local, and federal law can include: forfeiture of personal property and real estate, fines, revocation of driver’s license, probation, parole, imprisonment, mandatory minimum sentences, and deportation for non-US citizens.  Conviction of a federal drug crime can also result in the loss of eligibility for Federal financial aid.

A Federal Trafficking Penalties table, obtained from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (http://www.justice.gov/dea/druginfo/ftp3.shtml), is provided below:
Federal Trafficking Penalties


Federal Trafficking Penalties for Schedules I, II, III, IV, and V (except Marijuana)

Schedule

Substance/Quantity

Penalty

Substance/Quantity

Penalty

II

Cocaine
500-4999 grams mixture

First Offense: Not less than 5 yrs. and not more than 40 yrs. If death or serious bodily injury, not less than 20 yrs. or more than life. Fine of not more than $5 million if an individual, $25 million if not an individual.
Second Offense: Not less than 10 yrs. and not more than life. If death or serious bodily injury, life imprisonment. Fine of not more than $8 million if an individual, $50 million if not an individual.

Cocaine
5 kilograms or more mixture

First Offense: Not less than 10 yrs. and not more than life. If death or serious bodily injury, not less than 20 yrs. or more than life. Fine of not more than $10 million if an individual, $50 million if not an individual.
Second Offense: Not less than 20 yrs, and not more than life. If death or serious bodily injury, life imprisonment. Fine of not more than $20 million if an individual, $75 million if not an individual.
2 or More Prior Offenses: Life imprisonment. Fine of not more than $20 million if an individual, $75 million if not an individual.

II

Cocaine Base
28-279 grams mixture

Cocaine Base
280 grams or more mixture

IV

Fentanyl
40-399 grams mixture

Fentanyl
400 grams or more mixture

I

Fentanyl Analogue
10-99 grams mixture

Fentanyl Analogue
100 grams or more mixture

I

Heroin
100-999 grams mixture

Heroin
1 kilogram or more mixture

I

LSD
1-9 grams mixture

LSD
10 grams or more mixture

II

Methamphetamine
5-49 grams pure or
50-499 grams mixture

Methamphetamine
50 grams or more pure
or 500 grams or more mixture

II

PCP
10-99 grams pure or
100-999 grams mixture

PCP
100 grams or more pure
or 1 kilogram or more mixture

Substance/Quantity

Penalty

Any Amount Of Other Schedule I & II Substances

First Offense: Not more that 20 yrs. If death or serious bodily injury, not less than 20 yrs. or more than Life. Fine $1 million if an individual, $5 million if not an individual.
Second Offense: Not more than 30 yrs. If death or serious bodily injury, life imprisonment. Fine $2 million if an individual, $10 million if not an individual.

Any Drug Product Containing Gamma Hydroxybutyric Acid

Flunitrazepam (Schedule IV)
1 Gram

Any Amount Of Other Schedule III Drugs

First Offense: Not more than 10 yrs. If death or serious bodily injury, not more that 15 yrs. Fine not more than $500,000 if an individual, $2.5 million if not an individual.
Second Offense: Not more than 20 yrs. If death or serious injury, not more than 30 yrs. Fine not more than $1 million if an individual, $5 million if not an individual.

Any Amount Of All Other Schedule IV Drugs (other than one gram or more of Flunitrazepam)

First Offense: Not more than 5 yrs. Fine not more than $250,000 if an individual, $1 million if not an individual.
Second Offense: Not more than 10 yrs. Fine not more than $500,000 if an individual, $2 million if other than an individual.

Any Amount Of All Schedule V Drugs

First Offense: Not more than 1 yr. Fine not more than $100,000 if an individual, $250,000 if not an individual.
Second Offense: Not more than 4 yrs. Fine not more than $200,000 if an individual, $500,000 if not an individual.

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Federal Trafficking Penalties for Marijuana, Hashish and Hashish Oil, Schedule I Substances

Marijuana
1,000 kilograms or more marijuana mixture or 1,000 or more marijuana plants

First Offense: Not less than 10 yrs. or more than life. If death or serious bodily injury, not less than 20 yrs., or more than life. Fine not more than $10 million if an individual, $50 million if other than an individual.
Second Offense: Not less than 20 yrs. or more than life. If death or serious bodily injury, life imprisonment. Fine not more than $20 million if an individual, $75 million if other than an individual.

Marijuana
100 to 999 kilograms marijuana mixture or 100 to 999 marijuana plants

First Offense: Not less than 5 yrs. or more than 40 yrs. If death or serious bodily injury, not less than 20 yrs. or more than life. Fine not more than $5 million if an individual, $25 million if other than an individual.
Second Offense: Not less than 10 yrs. or more than life. If death or serious bodily injury, life imprisonment. Fine not more than $8 million if an individual, $50million if other than an individual.

Marijuana
50 to 99 kilograms marijuana mixture,
50 to 99 marijuana plants

First Offense: Not more than 20 yrs. If death or serious bodily injury, not less than 20 yrs. or more than life. Fine $1 million if an individual, $5 million if other than an individual.
Second Offense: Not more than 30 yrs. If death or serious bodily injury, life imprisonment. Fine $2 million if an individual, $10 million if other than an individual.

Hashish
More than 10 kilograms

Hashish Oil
More than 1 kilogram

Marijuana
less than 50 kilograms marijuana (but does not include 50 or more marijuana plants regardless of weight)
1 to 49 marijuana plants

First Offense: Not more than 5 yrs. Fine not more than $250,000, $1 million if other than an individual.
Second Offense: Not more than 10 yrs. Fine $500,000 if an individual, $2 million if other than individual.

Hashish
10 kilograms or less

Hashish Oil
1 kilogram or less

*The minimum sentence for a violation after two or more prior convictions for a felony drug offense have become final is a mandatory term of life imprisonment without release and a fine up to $8 million if an individual and $20 million if other than an individual.

Missouri Penalties
In addition to the information listed above, a complete listing of Missouri substances, how they are placed on the schedule and additional drug information, can be found at:
http://www.moga.mo.gov/mostatutes/stathtml/19500000172.html
(Effective until 12/31/16)
http://www.moga.mo.gov/mostatutes/ChaptersIndex/chaptIndex579.html
(Effective 1/1/17)
Missouri drug regulations can be found at:
http://www.moga.mo.gov/mostatutes/ChaptersIndex/chaptIndex195.html

Student-Athlete Drug Use Testing Policy
A Student-Athlete Drug Use Testing Policy was approved by the NCMC Board of Trustees in August 2012, and the first random drug test took place in Fall 2012. The College continues to issue random drug testing every semester.  For a copy of the Student-Athlete Drug Use Testing Policy, contact the Athletic Director. 

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Information and Programs
The College assists in drug education and prevention programs to reduce the abuse and illegal use of alcohol and other drugs. First-time violators of the College’s substance abuse policies are required to attend a substance abuse education class as part of the disciplinary process. Specific information is addressed in the Alcohol and Drug Biennial Review, available on the Student Consumer Information page at:
http://www.ncmissouri.edu/about/Documents/biennial_review.pdf
or located in the Dean of Student Services Office. The College also provides education through dissemination of informational materials, educational programs, counseling referrals and college disciplinary actions.
Alcohol and Other Drugs Biennial Review
NCMC compiles a Biennial Review of the College alcohol and drug policy and initiatives. The Biennial Review includes: foundational belief, a review of policy, annual notification, goals, statistical reporting elements, enforcement/sanction consistency, AOD campus efforts, measured effectiveness of the policy and programs through a SWOT analysis, and identified improvements that can be made. The Alcohol and Drug Biennial Review is available at:
http://www.ncmissouri.edu/about/Documents/biennial_review.pdf,
on the Student Consumer Information page at:
http://www.ncmissouri.edu/hea , and in the following locations: Academic Resource Center (ARC), Library, Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness and Student Services’ Office, Dean of Instruction’s Office, Dean of Allied Health’s Office, Human Resources, and the Dean of Student Services Office.
Health Risks
Substance abuse may result in a wide array of serious health and behavioral problems. Substance abuse has both long and short-term effects on the body and the mind. Alcohol and drugs are toxic to the human body. In addition to the problem of toxicity, contaminant poisonings often occur with illegal drug use. HIV infection with intravenous drug use is a prevalent hazard.
Acute health problems may include heart attack, stroke, and sudden death, which can occur for first time cocaine users. Long lasting effects caused by drug and alcohol abuse can cause problems such as disruption of normal heart rhythm, high blood pressure, leaks of blood vessels in the brain, bleeding and destruction of brain cells, possible memory loss, infertility, impotency, immune system impairment, kidney failure, cirrhosis of the liver, and pulmonary damage. Drug use during pregnancy may result in fetal damage and birth defects causing hyperactivity, neurological abnormalities, and developmental difficulties.
Additional health risks can include:

Substance

Some Possible Long-Term Effects

Alcohol

toxic psychosis, physical dependence, neurological and liver damage, fetal alcohol syndrome, impaired judgment

Amphetamines
uppers, speed, crank

loss of appetite, delusions, hallucinations, heart problems, hypertension, irritability, insomnia, toxic psychosis, rebound depression

Barbiturates
barbs, bluebirds, blues

severe withdrawal symptoms, possible convulsions, toxic psychosis, depression, physical dependence, impaired judgment

Benzodiazepines (Valium, Xanax, Ativan, Dalmane, Rohypnol)
benzos, downers, sleepers, tranqs, roofies

impaired judgment, sedation, panic reaction, seizures, psychological dependence, physical dependence

Cocaine & Cocaine freebase
coke

loss of appetite, depression, weight loss, seizure, heart attack, stroke, hypertension, psychosis, chronic cough, nasal passage injury, hallucinations

Codeine

physical dependence, constipation, loss of appetite, lethargy, respiratory depression

Heroin
H, junk, smack

physical dependence, constipation, loss of appetite, lethargy, respiratory depression

Inhalants
ames, gas, laughing gas, poppers, snappers

psychological dependence, psychotic reactions, confusion, frozen airway, sudden death

LSD
acid

may intensify existing psychosis, panic reactions, can interfere with psychological adjustment and social functioning, insomnia, flashbacks

MDA, MDMA, MOMA
ecstasy, xtc

same as LSD, sleeplessness, nausea, confusion, increased blood pressure, sweating, paranoia

Marijuana (cannabis)
pot, grass, dope, weed, joints

bronchitis, conjunctivitis, mood swings, paranoia, lethargy, impaired concentration

Mescaline (peyote cactus)
mesc, peyote

may intensify existing psychosis, hallucinations at high dose

Methaqualone
ludes

coma, convulsions

Morphine
M, morf

physical dependence, constipation, loss of appetite, lethargy

PCP
crystal, tea, angel dust

psychotic behavior, violent acts, psychosis, hallucinations at high dose

Psilocybin
magic mushrooms, shrooms

may intensify existing psychosis

Steroids
roids, juice

cholesterol imbalance, acne, baldness, anger management problems, masculinization of women, breast enlargement in men, premature fusion of long bones preventing attainment of normal height, atrophy of reproductive organs, impotence, reduced fertility, stroke, hypertension, congestive heart failure, liver damage, depression

Provided courtesy of the University of Washington.

Treatment Programs
There is no available on-campus counseling. Locally, counseling and referral assistance to students and employees who are troubled by alcohol or substance abuse problems is provided by North Central Missouri Mental Health Center (NCMMHC) and Preferred Family Healthcare. The Dean of Student Services can assist students in setting-up counseling services through an agreement between NCMC and NCMMHC. NCMC employees may seek assistance through the NCMC EAP program through Blue Cross/Blue Shield. Specific information is available for employees by contacting the Business Office or visiting the Blue Cross/Blue Shield website. Any member of the College community that is experiencing symptoms associated with their own or someone else’s alcohol or drug use is encouraged to seek help.
Policy –Information regarding Sexual Misconduct, Investigation Procedures, and Information for Crime Victims
North Central Missouri College prohibits “Sexual Misconduct,” which includes non-consensual sexual intercourse, non-consensual sexual contact, sexual exploitation, sexual violence, sexual harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.  Sexual misconduct can occur between strangers or acquaintances, including people involved in an intimate or sexual relationship. Sexual misconduct can be committed by any gender and it can occur between people of the same or different sex.

In an effort to reduce the risk of sexual misconduct, including the crimes of rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, dating violence and domestic violence, occurring among its campus community, the College utilizes a range of campaigns, strategies and initiatives to provide awareness, educational, risk reduction and prevention programming.

It is the policy of NCMC to offer programming to prevent domestic
violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking each year. Educational programs are offered to raise awareness for all incoming students and employees, and are often conducted during new student and new employee orientation and throughout an incoming student’s first semester. These programs and others offered throughout the year include strong messages regarding not just awareness, but also primary prevention (including
normative messaging, environmental management and bystander intervention), and discuss institutional policies and procedures on sexual misconduct as well as the State of Missouri’s definitions of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking and consent in reference to sexual activity. Bystander engagement is encouraged through safe
and positive intervention techniques and by empowering third party intervention
and prevention such as calling for help and/or identifying allies. Programs also offer information on risk reduction that strives to empower victims, how to recognize warning signals and how to avoid potential attacks, and do so without victim blaming approaches. Student workers, Resident Assistants, and other student groups receive targeted messaging regarding sexual misconduct and intervention.  NCMC policy, forms, resources, and other information are provided in wall pockets throughout campus so the campus community has access to written information at their disposal.  Resource and information cards are distributed to students and sexual assault is a main focus during Safety Awareness Week.  During parent orientation, sexual misconduct is also discussed, encouraging parents to have conversations with their children about consent, safety and campus procedures if a sexual assault were to occur.  Throughout the year, ongoing awareness and prevention campaigns are directed to students and employees.

If you are the victim of sexual misconduct, especially conduct that may also be a crime, some or all of these safety suggestions may guide you after an incident has occurred:

  1. Go to a safe place and speak with someone you trust. Tell this person what happened. If there is any immediate danger, or if you wish to file a criminal report, contact the Trenton Police Department or call 911.  If requested, the Dean of Student Affairs or Title IX Coordinator will assist you in contacting the police.  Please keep in mind, however, that it is your choice whether you want to get law enforcement authorities involved, and you may decline to notify such authorities.
  2. Consider securing immediate professional support (e.g.: counseling, victim advocacy, medical services, etc.) to assist you in the crisis
  3. If you are on campus during regular business hours, you may go to the Dean of Student Services in the Alexander Student Center for counseling referral, support and guidance.
  4. For your safety and well-being, immediate medical attention is encouraged. Further, being examined as soon as possible, ideally within 120 hours, is important in the case of rape or sexual assault. The hospital will arrange for a specific medical examination. To preserve evidence, it is recommended that you do not bathe, shower, douche, eat, drink, smoke, brush your teeth, urinate, defecate or change clothes before receiving medical attention. Even if you have already taken any of these actions, you are still encouraged to have prompt medical care, and evidence may still be recoverable. Typically, if police are involved or will be involved, they will obtain evidence from the scene, and it is best to leave things undisturbed. If you are involved in transmission of items of evidence, such as to the hospital, secure them in a clean paper bag or clean sheet, to avoid contamination.
  5. It is also important to take other measures to preserve evidence in the cases of rape, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.  If you have physical injuries, photograph or have them photographed, with a date stamp on the photo. Record the names of any witnesses, and their contact information. Try to memorize details (physical description, names, license plate number, car description,), or write detailed notes if you have time and the ability to do so.  You should also save emails, text messages, tweets, Facebook messages, and other forms of electronic communication that may contain evidence supporting your claim (these types of evidence may be the only evidence available in the case of stalking).   Preservation of evidence may be helpful to the proof of a crime, to obtain an order of protection or to offer proof of a campus policy violation.
  6. If you obtain external orders of protection (e.g. restraining orders, injunctions, protection from abuse), please notify the Dean of Student Services or the campus Title IX Coordinator so those orders can be observed on campus.
  7. Even after the immediate crisis has passed, consider seeking support from the North Central Missouri Mental Health Center. Contact the Dean of Student Services if you need assistance with College-related concerns. The Dean will also assist in any needed advocacy for students who wish to obtain protective or restraining orders from local authorities.
  8. Depending on the circumstances involved, the College may be able to offer reasonable academic accommodations, changes to living, transportation and working arrangements, and other protective measures, supports and resources as needed and requested by a victim.  The College will provide such accommodations or arrangements if requested by the victim and if they are reasonably available, regardless of whether the victim chooses to report the incident to local law enforcement.  To make such a request for an adjustment to your academic, living, transportation or work environment, or for any other protective measure, contact the Dean of Student Services or Title IX Coordinator.  Victims will be provided written notification of this information at the time they file a report of sexual misconduct with the College.

State of Missouri Definitions Related to Sexual Misconduct

Consent (as it relates to sexual activity):  Missouri law’s definition of "consent" is as follows (See Mo. Rev. Stat. § 556.061):

  • Consent or lack of consent may be expressed or implied. Assent does not constitute consent if: (a) It is given by a person who lacks the mental capacity to authorize the conduct charged to constitute the offense and such mental incapacity is manifest or known to the actor; or (b) It is given by a person who by reason of youth, mental disease or defect, intoxication, a drug-induced state, or any other reason is manifestly unable or known by the actor to be unable to make a reasonable judgment as to the nature or harmfulness of the conduct charged to constitute the offense; or (c) It is induced by force, duress or deception.

 

Dating Violence:  Missouri law does not specifically define dating violence, but conduct of this nature is covered by Missouri’s definitions of domestic violence and domestic assault.

Domestic Violence:  Missouri’s definition of domestic violence is “abuse or stalking committed by a family or household member.” See Mo. Rev. Stat. § 455.010.

  • “Family or household member” includes spouses, former spouses, any person related by blood or marriage, persons who are presently residing together or have resided together in the past, any person who is or has been in a continuing social relationship of a romantic or intimate nature with the victim, and anyone who has a child in common regardless of whether they have been married or have resided together at any time.

 

  • Under Missouri law, domestic violence also includes the crime of “domestic assault,”  which is as follows (See Mo. Rev. Stat. §§ 565.072-565.074):
  • A person commits the crime of domestic assault in the first degree if he or she attempts to kill or knowingly causes or attempts to cause serious physical injury to a family or household member, including any child who is a member of the family or household.

 

  • A person commits the crime of domestic assault in the second degree if the act involves a family or household member, including any child who is a member of the family or household … and he or she: (1) attempts to cause or knowingly causes physical injury to such family or household member by any means, including but not limited to, by use of a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument, or by choking or strangulation; or (2) recklessly causes serious physical injury to such family or household member; or (3) recklessly causes physical injury to such family or household member by means of any deadly weapon.
  • A person commits the crime of domestic assault in the third degree if the act involves a family or household member, including any child who is a member of the family or household … and: (1) the person attempts or recklessly causes physical injury to such family or household member; or (2) with criminal negligence the person causes physical injury to such family or household member by means of a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument; or (3) the person purposely places such family or household member in apprehension of immediate physical injury by any means; or (4) the person recklessly engages in conduct which creates a grave risk of death or serious physical injury to such family or household member; or (5) the person knowingly causes physical contact with such family or household member knowing the other person will regard the contact as offensive; or (6) the person knowingly attempts to cause or causes the isolation of such family or household member by unreasonably and substantially restricting or limiting such family or household member’s access to other persons, telecommunication devices or transportation for the purpose of isolation.

 

Sexual Assault:  Under Missouri law, sexual assault is captured in the definitions of rape, statutory rape, sodomy, statutory sodomy, and sexual abuse.

  • Missouri’s definition of rape is as follows (See Mo. Rev. Stat. §§ 566.030 and 566.031):

 

    • A person commits the offense of rape in the first degree if he or she has sexual intercourse with another person who is incapacitated, incapable of consent, or lacks the capacity to consent, or by the use of forcible compulsion. Forcible compulsion includes the use of a substance administered without a victim's knowledge or consent which renders the victim physically or mentally impaired so as to be incapable of making an informed consent to sexual intercourse.
    • A person commits the offense of rape in the second degree if he or she has sexual intercourse with another person knowing that he or she does so without that person's consent.

 

  • Missouri’s definition of statutory rape is as follows (See Mo. Rev. Stat. §§ 566.032 and 566.034):
    • A person commits the crime of statutory rape in the first degree if he has sexual intercourse with another person who is less than fourteen years old.

 

    • A person commits the crime of statutory rape in the second degree if being twenty-one years of age or older, he has sexual intercourse with another person who is less than seventeen years of age.
  • Missouri’s definition of sodomy is as follows (See Mo. Rev. Stat. §§ 566.060 and 566.061):

 

    • A person commits the offense of sodomy in the first degree if he or she has deviate sexual intercourse with another person who is incapacitated, incapable of consent, or lacks the capacity to consent, or by the use of forcible compulsion. Forcible compulsion includes the use of a substance administered without a victim's knowledge or consent which renders the victim physically or mentally impaired so as to be incapable of making an informed consent to sexual intercourse.
    • A person commits the offense of sodomy in the second degree if he or she has deviate sexual intercourse with another person knowing that he or she does so without that person's consent.

 

  • Missouri’s definition of statutory sodomy is as follows (See Mo. Rev. Stat. §§ 566.062 and 566.064):
    • A person commits the crime of statutory sodomy in the first degree if he has deviate sexual intercourse with another person who is less than fourteen years old.

 

    • A person commits the crime of statutory sodomy in the second degree if being twenty-one years of age or older, he has deviate sexual intercourse with another person who is less than seventeen years of age.
  • Missouri’s definition of sexual abuse is as follows (See Mo. Rev. Stat. §§ 566.100 and 566.101):

 

    • A person commits the offense of sexual abuse in the first degree if he or she subjects another person to sexual contact when that person is incapacitated, incapable of consent, or lacks the capacity to consent, or by the use of forcible compulsion.
    • A person commits the offense of sexual abuse in the second degree if he or she purposely subjects another person to sexual contact without that person's consent.

 

Stalking: Missouri’s definition of stalking “is when any person purposely and repeatedly engages in an unwanted course of conduct that causes alarm to another person when it is reasonable in that person’s situation to have been alarmed by the conduct” (See Mo. Rev. Stat. § 455.010).

  • Missouri statutes also separately defines the “crime of stalking” as a situation when a person “purposely, through his or her course of conduct, harasses or follows with the intent of harassing another person.”  Additionally, “aggravated stalking” occurs when a person “purposely, through his or her course of conduct, harasses or follows with the intent of harassing another person, and: (1) makes a credible threat; or (2) at least one of the acts constituting the course of conduct is in violation of an order of protection and the person has received actual notice of such order; or (3) at least one of the actions constituting the course of conduct is in violation of a condition of probation, parole, pretrial release, or release on bond pending appeal; or (4) at any time during the course of conduct, the other person is seventeen years of age or younger and the person harassing the other person is twenty-one years of age or older; or (5) he or she has previously pleaded guilty to or been found guilty of domestic assault, violation of an order of protection, or any other crime where the other person was the victim (See Mo Rev. Stat. § 565.225).

 

    • Under this statute, the term “harasses” means “to engage in a course of conduct directed at a specific person that serves no legitimate purpose, that would cause a reasonable person under the circumstances to be frightened, intimidated, or emotionally distressed” and the term “course of conduct” means “a pattern of conduct composed of two or more acts, which may include communication by any means, over a period of time, however short, evidencing a continuity of purpose.  Constitutionally protected activity is not included within the means of course of conduct….”

For a complete listing of the State of Missouri sexual offenses and misconduct definitions, see Missouri Statutes at: http://moga.mo.gov/

Addressing Sexual Misconduct
Specific details and procedures outlining the investigation and resolution processes of the College when a complaint of sexual misconduct has been made can be found by accessing the NCMC Sexual Misconduct Policy, found online at:
http://www.ncmissouri.edu/about/bot/manual/board_policy_manual.pdf
(p. 31). A paper copy can also be obtained by contacting the Chief Financial Officer/Title IX Coordinator (660-359-3948 X1500), Dean of Student Services (X1400), or Dean of Instruction (X1300).

A student wishing to officially report an incident of sexual misconduct to the College may do so by contacting the Title IX Coordinator/Chief Financial Officer, Tyson Otto, at 660-359-3948, ext. 1500 or visiting the Business Office in Frey. 

NCMC will investigate such claims promptly, fairly, impartially, and thoroughly. If, for any reason, a student wishes to complain or inquire regarding sexual misconduct, but feels it would not be appropriate to raise such issues with the position listed above, the student may inquire or complain to the Dean of Student Services or Dean of Instruction, and such inquiries or complaints will receive a prompt and thorough investigation.

If a student is accused of sexual misconduct, s/he is subject to action in accordance with the NCMC Student Code of Conduct and NCMC Sexual Misconduct Policy. If there is a finding that sexual misconduct occurred, sanctions may include warnings, probation, suspension from on-campus housing, suspension from the College, expulsion, termination, counseling, educational sanctions, changes in academic arrangements, ban from on-campus housing, ban from campus, restitution, access restriction, no-contact orders, and/or community service.  Serious and violent incidents and acts of non‐consensual sexual intercourse (the policy equivalent to the crime of rape) usually result in suspension, expulsion or termination of employment.  The College may also employ interim protection measures such as interim suspension and/or contact bans in any case where a student’s behavior represents a risk of violence, threat, pattern or predation.

Sexual misconduct that is a crime can be reported directly to the Trenton Police Department (660-359-2121) or local police department at the Outreach Site location. NCMC partners with North Central Missouri Mental Health Center to provide counseling. The Dean of Student Services or the Title IX Coordinator can assist individuals in making contact with counseling services.  There are no on-campus counseling services available.
Procedurally, when the College receives a report of sexual misconduct the campus Title IX
Coordinator is notified. If the victim wishes to access local community agencies and/or law enforcement for support, the College will assist the victim in making these contacts.
The Title IX Coordinator will offer assistance to victims in the form of interim or long‐term measures such as opportunities for academic accommodations, changes in housing for the victim or the responding student, visa and immigration assistance, changes in working situations and other assistance as may be appropriate and available on campus or in the community (such as no contact orders, campus escorts, transportation assistance, targeted interventions, information about financial aid and taking a leave of absence, legal aid, etc.). If the victim so desires, they will be connected with a counselor off‐campus, as well as off‐campus victim’s advocate. No victim is required to take advantage of these services and resources, but the College provides them in the hopes of offering help and support without condition or qualification. A summary of rights, options, supports and procedures, is provided to all victims, whether they are a student, employee, guest or visitor, at the time they make a report of sexual misconduct. When appropriate upon receipt of notice, the Title IX Coordinator will cause a prompt, fair and impartial process to be initiated, commencing with an investigation which may lead to the imposition of sanctions, based upon a preponderance of evidence (what is more likely than not), upon a responding student or other accused individual.

When there is a finding that sexual misconduct has occurred, the College acts to reasonably prevent its recurrence and the effects on the victim and the campus community are remedied. The Coordinator is responsible to assure that sexual misconduct training is conducted annually for everyone on campus, as well as investigators, that protect the safety of victims and promotes accountability.

The investigation and records of the resolution conducted by the College are maintained confidentially. Where information must be shared to permit the investigation to move forward, the person bringing the accusation will be informed. Privacy of the records specific to the investigation are maintained in accordance with Missouri law and the federal FERPA statute. Any public release of information to comply with the timely warning provisions of the Clery Act will not release the names of victims or information that could easily lead to a
victim’s identification. Additionally, NCMC maintains privacy in relation to any accommodations or protective measures afforded to a victim, except to the
extent necessary to provide the accommodations and/or protective measures.

In any complaint of sexual misconduct, the person bringing the accusation and the responding party are entitled to the same opportunities for a support person or advisor of their choice throughout the process, including any meeting, conference, or other procedural action. Once an investigation is complete, the parties will be informed, in writing, of the outcome, including the finding, the sanctions (if any) and the rationale. Delivery of this outcome to the parties will occur without undue delay between notifications. All parties will be informed of the College’s appeal processes, and their rights to exercise a request for appeal.  If the appeal process is invoked, the parties will also be informed in writing of the outcome of the appeal, including any changes to the previous decision and/or sanctions imposed.

The College will, upon written request, disclose to the alleged victim of a crime of violence (as that term is defined in section 16 of title 18, United States Code), or a non-forcible sex offense, the report on the results of any disciplinary proceedings conducted by such an institution against a student who is the alleged perpetrator of such crime or offense.  If the alleged victim is deceased as a result of such crime or offense, the next of kin of such victim shall be treated as the alleged victim for purposes of this paragraph.
Victim’s Rights
The Missouri Office of Prosecution Services offers resources for victims of crime, including information on victim’s rights in Missouri and advocacy assistance.  More information on this topic can be found at:
http://mops.mo.gov/VictimsRights.html
Campus Sexual Assault Victims' Bill of Rights
In 1992, the United States Congress enacted the Campus Sexual Assault Victims’ Bill of Rights which was signed into law July of 1992. It states that:
· Accuser and accused will have the same opportunity to have others present.
· Both parties shall be informed of the outcome of any disciplinary proceeding.
· Survivors shall be informed of their options to notify law enforcement.
· Survivors shall be notified of counseling services.
· Survivors shall be notified of options for changing academic and living situations.
In addition, the Missouri Constitution contains a crime victim’s Bill of Rights which states:
Missouri Constitution
Article I
BILL OF RIGHTS
Section 32

August 28, 2010

Crime victims' rights.
Section 32. 1. Crime victims, as defined by law, shall have the following rights, as defined by law:
(1) The right to be present at all criminal justice proceedings at which the defendant has such right, including juvenile proceedings where the offense would have been a felony if committed by an adult;
(2) Upon request of the victim, the right to be informed of and heard at guilty pleas, bail hearings, sentencing’s, probation revocation hearings, and parole hearings, unless in the determination of the court the interests of justice require otherwise;
(3) The right to be informed of trials and preliminary hearings;

 

(4) The right to restitution, which shall be enforceable in the same manner as any other civil cause of action, or as otherwise provided by law;
(5) The right to the speedy disposition and appellate review of their cases, provided that nothing in this subdivision shall prevent the defendant from having sufficient time to prepare his defense;
(6) The right to reasonable protection from the defendant or any person acting on behalf of the defendant;
(7) The right to information concerning the escape of an accused from custody or confinement, the defendant's release and scheduling of the defendant's release from incarceration; and
(8) The right to information about how the criminal justice system works the rights and the availability of services, and upon request of the victim the right to information about the crime.
2. Notwithstanding section 20 of article I of this Constitution, upon a showing that the defendant poses a danger to a crime victim, the community, or any other person, the court may deny bail or may impose special conditions which the defendant and surety must guarantee.
3. Nothing in this section shall be construed as creating a cause of action for money damages against the state, a county, a municipality, or any of the agencies, instrumentalities, or employees provided that the General Assembly may, by statutory enactment, reverse, modify, or supersede any judicial decision or rule arising from any cause of action brought pursuant to this section.
4. Nothing in this section shall be construed to authorize a court to set aside or to void a finding of guilt, or an acceptance of a plea of guilty in any criminal case.
5. The general assembly shall have power to enforce this section by appropriate legislation.
(Adopted November 3, 1992.)
Policy - Sex Offender Registration
In accordance to the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act of 2000, NCMC must provide a link to the Missouri Sex Offender Registry. This act requires institutions of higher education to issue a statement advising the campus community where law enforcement information provided by a State concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained. It also requires sex offenders already required to register in a State to provide notice of each institution of higher education in that State at which the person is employed, carries a vocation, or is a student.
For a list of registered offenders reported to the College, contact the Dean of Student Services Office at 660-359-3948, Ext. 1400. The Missouri State Highway Patrol maintains an online registry of sex offenders. The list is available at:
http://www.mshp.dps.missouri.gov/MSHPWeb/PatrolDivisions/CRID/SOR/SORPage.htm
Policy - Firearms
The possession and use of personal firearms, explosives, other weapons or unauthorized dangerous chemicals is strictly prohibited on campus or at any College activity.
Policy - Crime Awareness and Prevention
During Orientation, Advising, and Registration (OAR), the student organization and business fair, and residence life meetings, students and parents are briefed on safety and security. In addition, the campus conducts a Safety Awareness Week, providing safety and security information addressing topics that include: personal safety, theft prevention, campus security, crime prevention, sexual assault/harassment/discrimination, health and wellness, drinking or texting while driving, and other safety measures that can be taken. Student Services personnel are also available on request to facilitate crime prevention programs.
Educational programs are also provided throughout the year to promote the prevention of sexual misconduct and awareness of NCMC’s sexual misconduct policy and procedures. Cards are distributed and available throughout the year listing emergency numbers, hotlines, abuse warning signs, and ways to prevent assault. Information is made available to staff and students. Certain segments of the student population are also targeted with specific messages, encouraging them to utilize student leadership positions for advocacy and awareness.
Personal safety and property security at NCMC is everyone’s responsibility. The following information is provided during OAR and on the NCMC website:
Security Tips
• Residence hall doors should be locked at all times
• All guests must be properly registered and should never be left unattended
• Suspicious persons found in or around the building should be reported to the Business Office at 1500 or contact the Trenton Police at 911
• Stay alert at all times (wearing headphones while walking/jogging can reduce alertness)
• Let a roommate or friend know where you are going and how long you might be gone
• Walk on the part of the sidewalk close to the street
• Trust your instincts. Get help right away if the situation or place is uncomfortable
• Don't carry large sums of cash, or display cash in public
• Keep a list at home of credit cards and other important material you would need to replace in case of loss
• Keep names and phone numbers of relatives or friends handy in the event of an emergency
Vehicles
• Do not leave your keys inside an unattended vehicle
• Do not leave your vehicle unlocked/unsecured. Make sure windows are closed
• Do not leave valuables visible in your car
Security services
• Campus lighting throughout
• Safety information provided through passive programming
• Residence hall exterior doors locked 24 hours/day

  • Cameras in the parking lot

• Safety and security programs are available at your request!
Safety Services
Accidents, injuries, illnesses, fires, safety threats and other hazards should be reported immediately to the NCMC Business Office at 359-3948, Ext. 1500, or Student Services, Ext. 1418. In emergencies, call 911.
Lighting
Nighttime safety is enhanced by an outdoor lighting system on campus. Replacement of spent exterior bulbs is accomplished jointly by the City of Trenton and NCMC Maintenance Department.
Phones
Telephones are available at numerous locations on campus to provide call capability to the Trenton Police Department, the College Business Office (359-3948, Ext. 1500) or Student Services (359-3948, Ext. 1201).
Policy – Annual Security Report/Crime Statistics and Definitions
The NCMC crime statistics are updated annually by the Dean of Student Services Office. The statistics reported are provided by North Central Missouri College, and available police department records in Trenton, Missouri, as well as outreach locations. To request current information, contact the Dean of Student Services by phone: 660-359-3948, ext. 1400.
Crime statistics are reported using the guidelines established by the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Handbook, National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS), Clery guidelines, and VAWA guidelines. The Department of Education, Student Assistance General Provisions (34 CFR part 668 Section 668.48) Institutional Security Policies and Crime Statistics directs an annual reporting period from January 1 until December 31 of each year. Crimes are recorded in the calendar year they were reported and available for the past three years. 
Arson: Any willful or malicious burning or attempt to burn, with or without intent
to defraud, a dwelling house, public building, motor vehicle or aircraft, personal
property of another, etc.

Criminal Homicide: Manslaughter by Negligence: The killing of another person
through gross negligence. Murder and Non-negligent Manslaughter: The willful
(non-negligent) killing of one human being by another.

Robbery: The taking or attempting to take anything of value from the care,
custody, or control of a person or persons by force or threat of force or violence
and/or by putting the victim in fear.

Aggravated Assault: An unlawful attack by one person upon another for the
purpose of inflicting severe or aggravated bodily injury. This type of assault
usually is accompanied by the use of a weapon or by means likely to produce
death or great bodily harm.

Burglary: The unlawful entry of a structure to commit a felony or a theft. For
reporting purposes this definition includes: unlawful entry with intent to commit a
larceny or felony; breaking and entering with intent to commit a larceny;
housebreaking; safecracking; and all attempts to commit any of the
aforementioned.

Motor Vehicle Theft: The theft or attempted theft of a motor vehicle.

Weapon Law Violations: The violation of laws or ordinances prohibiting the manufacture, sale, purchase, transportation, possession, concealment or use of firearms, cutting instruments, explosives, incendiary devices or other deadly weapons.  This definition encompasses weapons offenses that are regulatory in nature.

Drug Abuse Violations: The violation of laws prohibiting the production, distribution and/or use of certain controlled substances and the equipment or devices utilized in their preparation and/or use.  The unlawful cultivation, manufacture, distribution, sale, purchase, use, possession, transportation or importation of any controlled drug or narcotic substance.  Arrests for violations of state and local laws, specifically those relating to the unlawful possession, sale, use, growing, manufacturing and making of narcotic drugs.

Liquor Law Violations: The violation of state or local laws or ordinances prohibiting the
manufacture, sale, transportation, possession or use of alcohol beverages, not including driving under the influence of drunkenness.

Rape:The penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus with any
body part or object, or oral penetration by a sex organ of another person, without
the consent of the victim.
This definition includes any gender of victim or perpetrator. Sexual
penetration means the penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus
with any body part or object, or oral penetration by a sex organ of another
person, or by a sex-related object. This definition also includes instances in
which the victim is incapable of giving consent because of temporary or
permanent mental or physical incapacity (including due to the influence of drugs
or alcohol) or because of age. Physical resistance is not required on the part of the victim to demonstrate lack of consent.

Fondling:The touching of the private body parts of another person for the
purpose of sexual gratification, without the consent of the victim, including
instances where the victim is incapable of giving consent because of his/her age
or because of his/her temporary or permanent mental or physical incapacity.

Incest: Non-Forcible sexual intercourse between persons who are
related to each other within the degrees wherein marriage is prohibited
by law.

Statutory Rape: Non-Forcible sexual intercourse with a person who is
under the statutory age of consent

Clery Act Hate Crime Definitions:
The law also requires the release of hate crime statistics.  A hate crime is a criminal offense committed against a person or property which is motivated, in whole or in part, by the offender’s bias.  Bias is a preformed negative opinion or attitude toward a group of persons based on their race, gender, religion, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, national origin, or gender identity.  Hate crimes include any offense listed in the previous section, as well as the following:

  • Larceny-Theft: The unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property

from the possession or constructive possession of another. (Note: Constructive possession is the condition in which a person does not have physical custody or possession, but is in a position to exercise dominion or control over a thing.

  • Simple Assault: An unlawful physical attack by one person upon another where neither the offender displays a weapon, nor the victim suffers obvious severe or aggravated bodily injury involving apparent broken bones, loss of teeth, possible internal injury, severe laceration, or loss of consciousness.
  • Intimidation: To unlawfully place another person in reasonable fear of bodily harm through the use of threatening words and/or other conduct, but without displaying a weapon or subjecting the victim to actual physical attack.

 

  • Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property (Except "Arson"): To willfully or maliciously destroy, damage, deface, or otherwise injure real or personal property without the consent of the owner or the person having custody or control of it.

Geography definitions from the Clery Act
On Campus
Any building or property owned or controlled by an institution within the same
reasonably contiguous geographic area and used by the institution in direct
support of, or in a manner related to, the institution’s educational purposes,
including residence halls; and Any building or property that is within or
reasonably contiguous to paragraph (1) of this definition, that is owned by the
institution but controlled by another person, is frequently used by students, and
supports institutional purposes (such as a food or other retail vendor).
 
Non-Campus Building or Property
Any building or property owned or controlled by a student organization that is
officially recognized by the institution; or Any building or property owned or
controlled by an institution that is used in direct support of, or in relation to, the
institution’s educational purposes, is frequently used by students, and is not
within the same reasonably contiguous geographic area of the institution.

On Public Property
All public property, including thoroughfares, streets, sidewalks, and parking
facilities, that is within the campus, or immediately adjacent to and accessible
from the campus.

Additional VAWA Definitions
Domestic Violence: The term ‘‘domestic violence’’ includes felony or
misdemeanor offenses committed by the victim’s current or former spouse, by a person with whom the victim shares a child in common, by a
person who is cohabitating with or has cohabitated with the victim as a spouse,
by a person similarly situated to a spouse of the victim under the domestic or
family violence laws of the jurisdiction receiving grant monies, or by any other
person against an adult or youth victim who is protected from that person’s acts
under the domestic or family violence laws of the jurisdiction. This would
include the following categories:

  • Incidents between persons who are spouses
  • Incidents between persons who are former spouses
  • Incidents between persons who have a child in common regardless of whether or not they have been married or have resided together in the past
  • Incidents between persons (of any age) related by blood
  • Incidents between persons (of any age) related by marriage, excluding spouses
  • Incidents between persons, not married, but presently residing together
  • Incidents between persons, not married, but who have resided together in the past
  • Incidents between persons who are or have been in a continuing social relationship of a romantic or intimate nature

Dating Violence: The term ‘‘dating violence’’ means violence committed by a
person— (A) who is or has been in a social relationship of a romantic or intimate
nature with the victim; and (B) where the existence of such a relationship shall
be determined based on a consideration of the following factors:
(i) The length of the relationship;
(ii) The type of relationship;
(iii) The frequency of interaction between the persons involved in the relationship.

Stalking: The term ‘‘stalking’’ means engaging in a course of conduct directed
at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to— (A) fear for his
or her safety or the safety of others; or (B) suffer substantial emotional distress.

The numbers reflect crimes reported to the College
The federal Campus Security Statistics report for all postsecondary institutions can be accessed at the following Web site:
http://ope.ed.gov/security/Search.asp

NCMC Crime Statistics are provided below and can also be accessed at the following link: http://www.ncmissouri.edu/about/Documents/clery-security-report.pdf

 

NCMC Crime Statistics


Criminal Offenses – On-campus

 

2012

 

2013

 

2014

Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0

0

0

Negligent manslaughter

0

0

0

Sex offenses – Forcible

0

1

XXXXXXXX

Rape

XXXXXXXXX

XXXXXXXX

0

Fondling

XXXXXXX

XXXXXXXX

0

Sex offenses – Non-forcible (incest & statutory rape)

1

0

XXXXXXXXXX

Incest

XXXXXXX

XXXXXXXX

0

Statutory rape

XXXXXXXX

XXXXXXXX

0

Robbery

0

0

0

Aggravated assault

0

0

0

Burglary

2

7

3

Motor vehicle theft

0

0

0

Arson

0

0

0

Criminal Offenses – On-campus Residence Halls

2012

2013

2014

Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0

0

0

Negligent manslaughter

0

0

0

Sex offenses – Forcible

0

1

0

Sex offenses – Non-forcible (incest & statutory rape)

1

0

0

Robbery

0

0

0

Aggravated assault

0

0

0

Burglary

0

5

3

Motor vehicle theft

0

0

0

Arson

0

0

0

Criminal Offenses – Non-campus

2012

2013

2014

Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0

0

0

Negligent manslaughter

0

0

0

Sex offenses – Forcible

0

0

0

Sex offenses – Non-forcible (incest & statutory rape)

0

0

0

Robbery

0

0

0

Aggravated assault

0

0

0

Burglary

0

0

0

Motor vehicle theft

0

0

0

Arson

0

0

0

Criminal Offenses – Public Property

2012

2013

2014

Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0

0

0

Negligent manslaughter

0

0

0

Sex offenses – Forcible

0

0

0

Sex offenses – Non-forcible (incest & statutory rape)

0

0

0

Robbery

0

0

0

Aggravated assault

0

0

0

Burglary

0

0

0

Motor vehicle theft

0

0

0

Arson

0

0

0

Hate Crimes – On-campus

2012

2013

2014

Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Sex offenses – Forcible

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Sex offenses – Non-forcible (incest & statutory rape)

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Robbery

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Aggravated assault

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Burglary

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Motor vehicle theft

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Arson

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Larceny

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Vandalism Destruction of Property

Race –0
Gender-1
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-1
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –1
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Simple Assault

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Intimidation

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-2
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-2
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Other Crimes Involving Bodily Injury

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Hate Crimes – On-campus Residence Halls

2012

2013

2014

Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Sex offenses – Forcible

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Sex offenses – Non-forcible (incest & statutory rape)

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Robbery

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Aggravated assault

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Burglary

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Motor vehicle theft

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Arson

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Larceny

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Vandalism Destruction of Property

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-1
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –1
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Simple Assault

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Intimidation

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-1
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-2
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Other Crimes Involving Bodily Injury

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Hate Crimes – Non-Campus

2012

2013

2014

Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Sex offenses – Forcible

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Sex offenses – Non-forcible (incest & statutory rape)

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Robbery

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Aggravated assault

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Burglary

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Motor vehicle theft

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Arson

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Larceny

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Vandalism Destruction of Property

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Simple Assault

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Intimidation

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Other Crimes Involving Bodily Injury

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Hate Crimes – Public Property

2012

2013

2014

Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Sex offenses – Forcible

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Sex offenses – Non-forcible (incest & statutory rape)

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Robbery

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Aggravated assault

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin- 0
Gender identity- 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Burglary

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin- 0
Gender identity- 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Motor vehicle theft

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin- 0
Gender identity- 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Arson

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin- 0
Gender identity- 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Larceny

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin- 0
Gender identity- 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Vandalism Destruction of Property

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin- 0
Gender identity- 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Simple Assault

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin- 0
Gender identity- 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Intimidation

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin- 0
Gender identity- 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Other Crimes Involving Bodily Injury

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability--0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin- 0
Gender identity- 0

Race –0
Gender-0
Religion-0
Sexual Orientation-0
Ethnicity-0
Disability—0
National origin – 0
Gender identity – 0

Arrests – On-campus

2012

2013

2014

Illegal weapons possession

0

0

0

Drug law violations

1

1

0

Liquor law violations

1

0

0

Arrests On-campus
Residence Halls

2012

2013

2014

Illegal weapons possession

0

0

0

Drug law violations

0

0

0

Liquor law violations

0

0

0

Arrests – Non-campus

2012

2013

2014

Illegal weapons possession

0

0

0

Drug law violations

0

0

0

Liquor law violations

0

0

0

Arrests – Public Property

2012

2013

2014

Illegal weapons possession

0

0

0

Drug law violations

0

0

0

Liquor law violations

0

0

0

Disciplinary Action Referrals – On-campus

2012

2013

2014

Illegal weapons possession

0

0

0

Drug law violations

0

0

0

Liquor law violations

9

13

4

Disciplinary Action Referrals – On-campus Residence Halls

2012

2013

2014

Illegal weapons possession

0

0

0

Drug law violations

0

0

0

Liquor law violations

8

13

4

Disciplinary Action Referrals- Non-campus

2012

2013

2014

Illegal weapons possession

0

0

0

Drug law violations

0

0

1

Liquor law violations

0

0

0

Disciplinary Action Referrals- Public property

2012

2013

2014

Illegal weapons possession

0

0

0

Drug law violations

0

0

0

Liquor law violations

0

0

0

VAWA Crimes – On campus

 

2013

2014

Domestic Violence

XXXX

0

0

Dating Violence

XXXX

0

0

Stalking

XXXX

0

0

VAWA Crimes - On campus Residence Halls

 

 

 

Domestic Violence

XXXX

0

0

Dating Violence

XXXX

0

0

Stalking

XXXX

0

0

VAWA Crimes – Noncampus

 

 

 

Domestic Violence

XXXX

0

1

Dating Violence

XXXX

0

0

Stalking

XXXX

0

0

VAWA Crimes – Public Property

 

 

 

Domestic Violence

XXXX

0

0

Dating Violence

XXXX

0

0

Stalking

XXXX

0

0

 

No crimes were determined to be “unfounded by law enforcement officials and subsequently withheld from the crime statistics noted in the chart(s) above. 
1.   The term “campus” includes any building or property owned or controlled by the institution of higher education within the same reasonable contiguous geographical area and used by the institution in direct support of, or related to its educational purposes; or any building or property owned or controlled by student organizations recognized by the institution.
2.   For the topic "arrests," only arrests for the listed offenses are required to be reported by the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990.
3. Reported crimes may involve individuals not associated with the institution.
Annual Fire Safety Report
NCMC publishes the Annual Fire Safety Report, in compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, Student Right-to-Know and the Clery Act. Statistics are provided for the three most recent calendar years and includes statistics related to the number of fires, causes, injuries, deaths, and property damage. Housing facility fire safety systems, drills and related campus policies and procedures are also included. Contact for reporting fires and improvement plans are outlined.

The Annual Fire Safety Report can be accessed via the following link: http://www.ncmissouri.edu/about/Pages/fire_safety_report.aspx. A paper copy of this report can also be obtained by contacting the Dean of Student Services, 660-359-3948 Ext. 1400. Statistical summaries are provided below:

2012 Fire Statistics Regarding Fires in NCMC Residence Halls


Residence hall

Selby

Ellsworth

Total Fires

0

0

Date of Fires

N/A

N/A

Time of Fires

N/A

N/A

Cause of Fires

N/A

N/A

Number of Injuries that require treatment at a medical facility

0

0

Number of Deaths

0

0

Value of Property Damage

0

0

2013 Fire Statistics Regarding Fires in NCMC Residence Halls


Residence hall

Selby

Ellsworth

Total Fires

0

0

Date of Fires

N/A

N/A

Time of Fires

N/A

N/A

Cause of Fires

N/A

N/A

Number of Injuries that require treatment at a medical facility

0

0

Number of Deaths

0

0

Value of Property Damage

0

0

2014 Fire Statistics Regarding Fires in NCMC Residence Halls


Residence hall

Selby

Ellsworth

Total Fires

0

0

Date of Fires

N/A

N/A

Time of Fires

N/A

N/A

Cause of Fires

N/A

N/A

Number of Injuries that require treatment at a medical facility

0

0

Number of Deaths

0

0

Value of Property Damage

0

0