Confidential Crime Reporting
If you have been the victim of a crime and do not wish to pursue action within any segment of the official College investigation and resolution system or with local authorities, or if you have observed criminal activity in which another is a victim, you may make a confidential report to the Becker College Campus Police. At the request of the reporting party, the campus police chief or designee can file a report on the details of an incident without adding the name of the reporting party.
Please understand, however, that reports of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, including any identifying information, will be reported by Campus Police to the College's Title IX Coordinator, who will then evaluate any request for confidentiality in accordance with the College's Non-discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Policy.
Additionally, the College has created an Anonymous Tip Form, which permits the reporting party to make a confidential report online without revealing the identity of the reporting party. The confidential process permits the reporting party to maintain confidentially/anonymity while documenting the incident.
The College uses this information to maintain an accurate record of criminal activity on campus and identify patterns of crime in particular locations, methods, or possible assailants and provide information to the campus community. Reports filed in this manner are counted and disclosed in the annual crime statistics for the institution.