Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act

In compliance with Federal law, Title 34 CFR part 668.46 the college makes available to students, employees, and prospective students campus crime statistics as required by the Department of Education regulations. Crime statistics are available at: http://www.pihma.edu/statistics.

Interested parties may print a paper version of the disclosures via the link provided or by contacting the institution’s Clery Compliance Officer at (602) 274-1885.

Security

PIHMA Policies

Code of conduct violations include but are not limited to:

  • Possession, use, and sale of alcoholic beverages to minors
  • Possession, sale and use of illegal drugs & weapons
  • Assault of any nature
  • Theft/burglary
  • Sexual offense, discrimination and/or harassment
  • Copyright infringement

Individuals on the PIHMA campus may report crimes and other emergencies to the Clinic Manager, Academic Dean, Administrative Manager, or to the President. The incident should be reported as soon as possible. Crimes will be reported to the Phoenix Police Department. Other emergencies are reported to the appropriate authorities. The victims or witnesses to the incident may request that their identities be kept confidential. PIHMA is required by federal law to publish crime statistics on an annual basis and to deliver such to the student body each year. Prospective students will be provided with the Campus Security Report upon request.

Campus Security Authority

Students and staff are encouraged to report dangerous conditions, suspicious activity and criminal
acts on or near campus to the appropriate authorities.

  • The Clinic Manager and Administrative Manager have responsibility for monitoring the entrance to the school property, taking reports of criminal offenses, and is the liaison to the property manager at the school location.   The CM and AM are also responsible for administration & staff discipline.
  • The Academic Dean is responsible for student and faculty discipline.
  • The Property Manager is responsible for security around the area of the campus including parking lots and common areas.

Additionally, all members of the Academic team, including Advisors and Financial Aid staff, members of the Accounting team that work with students on their accounts, and any faculty member teaching a course or supervising in clinic, are all considered to be acting in the capacity of a designated Campus Security Authority.

PIHMA Disciplinary Actions

Individuals who break Federal and/or State laws will be turned over to the authorities. Sanctions will be dependent on the severity of the crime. Disciplinary sanctions are defined as follows:   Warning. Notice given orally or in writing that any further misconduct may result in more serious discipline. Suspension. Separation from PIHMA for a specified period of time. All decisions relating to suspension that are concerned with academic dishonesty are determined by the Academic Dean, who also sets an appropriate amount of time for suspension. Dismissal. Permanent separation from PIHMA. All decisions relating to dismissal are to be made by the Review Board; the committee will consider the facts and the severity.

Crime Statistics

In compliance with the Campus Security/Clery Act of 1990, Crime Statistics within a one mile radius of PIHMA’s Campus from 2011-2015 *

Crimes Year 2011 Year 2012 Year 2013 Year 2014 Year 2015
Homicide 0 0 0 0 0
Sexual Offenses/Rape 1 0 2 1 0
Robbery 3 4 1 7 1
Aggravated Assault 9 3 3 16 1
Burglary 30 27 28 28 7
Theft 0 0 0 0 0
Auto Theft 6 7 4 7 6
Arson 0 0 0 0 0
Illegal Weapons 0 1 0 5 0
Drug Violations 17 11 11 11 3
Liquor Violations 1 0 0 3 0
Domestic Violence [1] 10 7 3
Bias Crimes 0 1    0
Stalking 0 0    0
  • Year 2015, through 6-11-15

Domestic Violence [1]: Includes all reported crime types.

Definition of Campus

The PIHMA campus as referred to in this report includes the college and clinic located at 301 East Bethany Home Road, Suite A-100, Phoenix, Arizona 85012. Non-campus property frequently used by students includes the parking lot, access areas to the campus and public restrooms.

Timely Warning

The policy of PIHMA is to provide timely warning of any serious crimes in the area (should such occur) via the student e-mail system.

Crime Statistics on location
at PIHMA’s Campus from 2011-2015 [June 18, 2015]

Year Crimes Action Taken by School
2011 Burglary [1] A Phoenix Police report was taken.
2012 Larceny [1] PIHMA property [equipment/supplies] taken from the PIHMA Van. A Phoenix Police report was taken.
2013 None Not Applicable
2014 None Not Applicable
2015 None Not Applicable

 

Fire

Should a significant emergency or dangerous situation arise involving an immediate threat to the health or safety of students or employees occurring on the campus, campus officials will initiate the emergency response and evacuation procedure. An “immediate” threat encompasses an imminent or impending threat, such as a nearby building fire, as well as a fire in our building.

Sexual Violence Awareness and Response (VAWA)

Get Help Now

There are various supportive resources available for those who have experienced sexual misconduct. These support resources include:

The Title IX Coordinator who can assist with finding on and off campus resources.

Assistance, Rehabilitation, and Counseling Resources available on PIHMA’s website: http://pihma.edu/assistance-and-counseling-services/

Policies and Procedures

It is the policy of PIHMA to comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits discrimination (including sexual harassment and sexual violence) based on sex in any educational program or activity operated by recipients of federal financial assistance. Sexual harassment, which includes acts of sexual violence, is a form of sex discrimination prohibited by Title IX. Title IX also prohibits retaliation for asserting or otherwise participating in claims of sex discrimination. PIHMA does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the employment, education programs or activities it operates.

PIHMA has designated a Title IX Coordinator to coordinate PIHMA’s compliance with and response to inquiries concerning Title IX. In addition to the grievance procedures outlined in the Sexual Misconduct (Title IX) Policy a person may also file a complaint with the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights regarding an alleged violation of Title IX by visiting http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/complaintintro.html or calling 1-800-421-3481.

Report an Incident

Students and staff are encouraged to report dangerous conditions, suspicious activity and criminal
acts on or near campus to the appropriate authorities.

  • The Clinic Manager and Administrative Manager have responsibility for monitoring the entrance to the school property, taking reports of criminal offenses, and is the liaison to the property manager at the school location.   The CM and AM are also responsible for administration & staff discipline.
  • The Academic Dean is responsible for student and faculty discipline.
  • The Property Manager is responsible for security around the area of the campus including parking lots and common areas.

Additionally, all members of the Academic team, including Advisors and Financial Aid staff, members of the Accounting team that work with students on their accounts, and any faculty member teaching a course or supervising in clinic, are all considered to be acting in the capacity of a designated Campus Security Authority.

Resources

A list of Counseling, Rehabilitation, and Re-entry Services is available here:  Assistance and Counseling Services

PIHMA Community Education

PIHMA is committed to creating and fostering a working and learning environment where all members of the community can thrive. To that end, we seek to provide you with the knowledge and resources to contribute to a community free from discrimination and violence.

Students, staff, and faculty are required to complete a Title IX interactive training program which will provide you with an education about Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and our campus policy and grievance procedures. Students, Faculty and Staff will receive information via email on how to complete the training.