The college collects and publishes crime statistics in accordance with the requirements of the Jeanne Clery Act. The statistics are reviewed and the report prepared by the Student Development Coordinator.
The collection of statistics includes college personnel who have significant responsibility for student and campus activities. The report is distributed via email to all college students and personnel, and a link is created on the college’s website to aid prospective students, parents, and employees to request a copy.
On the left is a list of reports regarding crimes and disciplinary referrals that have been committed on or near the campus as reported to college officials for the past three years.
Campus safety operates from within the Student Services Office and the Student Development Office. The safety and peace of the campus is preserved with the intent of protecting all college personnel, students and property from crime and safety hazards. Specific services include but are not limited to lock and unlock of buildings and rooms, dissemination of safety-related information, and security cameras throughout the campus. Campus safety reports are given to the Office of the President by the Students Services Office and the Student Development Office. LPC–Ignite does not have any off-campus organizations or housing monitored by local law enforcement agencies.
A crime or emergency that occurs on or off campus that is deemed a continuing threat by the Student Services Office will result in the posting of a “timely warning.” The warning will be disseminated to all students, staff and faculty via the college email, voicemail, and if necessary immediate hard copy bulletins will be posted on the residence hall entrances. Any person with information that may necessitate a timely warning should contact the Student Development Coordinator, Student Services Coordinator, or a Resident Assistant to report the situation.