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Crime Statistics

Erskine College is fortunate in that serious crime occurs very seldom on our college property. Of course, we want to prevent any crime on campus. With your help we can make the Erskine College campus very unattractive to criminals. Beginning September 1, 1992, all colleges are required to publish an annual report of campus crime. These statistics are prepared in compliance with the Federal Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, which requires all post-secondary institutions participating in Federal Student Aid Programs to disclose campus security policies and certain crime statistics. Anyone wishing additional information on situations occurring off-campus or incidents that may have taken place which do not fall in these categories, may contact the Erskine College Police Department.

Crime statistics for the past 3 years:

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Paper copies of this report can be obtained from the Erskine College Police Department or from the Office of Institutional Research.

If you have any questions concerning safety and security, please contact the Erskine College Police Department. This office is adjacent to Dode Phillips Street across from the baseball field and tennis courts. If the office is closed, assistance may be obtained from the Due West Police.

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