The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, more commonly known as the Clery Act, is contained (along with other security-related disclosure requirements) in section 485 of the Higher Education Act, codified at 20 U.S.C. § 1092. It requires all postsecondary education institutions to keep records and report annually on the nature, date, time, and place of crimes occurring on campus, including hate crimes. It also prescribes a number of security related protocols for emergency response procedures, timely notifications for on-campus crimes, etc.
For your information, a copy of Motion Picture Institute’s Annual Campus Safety and Security Report (also known as our Annual Security Report, or ASR) is available on the school website. This report is distributed in compliance with the Clery Act. Also included is a copy of information relating to Motion Picture Institute’s Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Programs. Below is the Campus Security and Crime Prevention Policies (click on link to access) updated Sept 27, 2021.
Motion Picture Institute’s commitment to safety and security includes:
• Providing a secure and crime free environment for students, faculty and staff.
• Performing regular evaluation of security programs.
• Monitoring and following up on each crime reported at a Motion Picture Institute location.
We believe student, faculty, and staff behavior which promotes security awareness is important in all aspects of our lives and we encourage all students, faculty and staff to accept responsibility for their own security as well as the security of other members of the Motion Picture Institute community.