Lehigh University takes campus safety very seriously.
Students, staff, and faculty are partners in creating an
atmosphere that is safe and encourages learning. The
university has a full police department, police and
student bike patrols, an extensive campus emergency
telephone system, walking escorts, shuttle buses, and a
magnetic card system to enter residence halls.
University Police produces an Annual
Security Report which is available to all students,
employees and applicants for admission. It provides
information on education, prevention, housing safety,
policies and safety tips, as well as the TRACS (Take a
Ride Around Campus Safely) van service schedule.
Additional detailed information on campus security is
distributed to each student and staff member in the Lehigh
handbook and in residence life publications.
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy
and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery law), codified as
20 USC 1092(f) as part of the Higher Education Act of
1965, is a federal law that requires colleges and
universities to disclose both timely specific
information and annual summary information about campus
crimes and security policies.
In accordance with Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus
Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, Lehigh
University is complying with this law by providing
information about crimes on or around campus.
Crime information is disclosed on the Lehigh
University Police Department Crime Log and Safety
Bulletin web pages.
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