Annual Campus Safety Report

 Introduction

The Facilities Department of Antioch University Seattle (AUS) works to help you maintain your personal safety and to protect your property by providing security, access control environmental safety services, and emergency preparedness. By sharing information, we hope you can reduce your chances of becoming a crime or accident victim. We believe that an informed community is a safer community.

Each year, AUS publishes the Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report which includes crime statistics and outlines AUS security policies and procedures. Please take the time to familiarize yourself with this report so you can become an informed member of our community and contribute to the University’s efforts to create and maintain a safe environment in which we all can live, study, work and play. Remember: Always use good safety sense and don’t hesitate to contact the Director of Facilities or the Front Desk whenever you need assistance or more information about the services we provide.

Law Enforcement Statement

Antioch University Seattle’s Director of Facilities acts as the university’s Public Safety Officer and maintains a professional working relationship with the Seattle Police Department. AUS personnel and contractors do not have arrest authority. All AUS faculty, staff and students are encouraged to determine whether individuals have lawful business at AUS and if need be are authorized to ask for identification or report their concerns to their supervisor.  Facilities personnel have the authority to issue parking tickets, which are billed to financial accounts of students, faculty, and staff.  Criminal incidents are referred to the local police who have jurisdiction on campus.  All crime victims and witnesses are strongly encouraged to immediately report the crime to the Seattle Police Department agency and the Director of Facilities.

Read the AUS 2014 Campus Safety Report (PDF)