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Annual Disclosure Policies

The California Maritime Academy prepares this report in order to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act. This report is prepared in cooperation with the Vallejo Police Department, California Maritime Academy Housing and Student Services, and California Maritime Academy Programs and Leadership and Development.
In October of each year, the department emails a notice to all enrolled students, faculty, and staff informing them that the report is available on the university’s web site. Prospective employees and students are provided this report at the time they obtain an application for employment or admission. Hard copies of the report may be obtained from Police Services or printed from our web site. Any person may have access to the report. We update our web site to reflect the last 3 years crime of statistics. Contact us

Remote Campuses

The campus does not recognize any off campus fraternity or sorority houses; likewise, student organization recognition does not extend beyond the Academy. The campus does not own or operate any remote sites. However, occasional classes are conducted at an off- campus location because of the nature of the training (i.e., marine firefighting at Treasure Island, CA). You can report all emergencies and crimes to the Vallejo Police Department by dialing 9-1-1. Your campus instructor/administrator at these classes will notify Police Services of any crimes that occur during an off-campus class.

Confidential Reporting Procedures

If you are the victim of a crime and do not want to pursue action within the campus disciplinary or criminal justice system, we encourage you to make a confidential report. The Director of Police Services, or a designee within the department, may file an incident report without revealing your identity. The purpose of a confidential report is to comply with your request for confidentiality, while initiating steps to maintain the public and your safety. This information is important for crime prevention, analysis, and alerting the campus to potential danger. Confidential reports will be counted and disclosed in the annual crime statistics for the institution.

Professional Counselors

The Student Health and Counseling Center provides clinical medical care and psychological counseling services to Cal Maritime cadets. Medical personnel and counselors are encouraged to inform victims to report crimes on a voluntary and confidential basis. Counselors do not disclose information to us without authorization from the victim.

Timely Warning Policy

On occasion you will see “Timely Warning Notices” describing recent crime trends or dangerous incidents. It is our policy to post these notices on the kiosks and bulletin boards located in areas frequented by the campus community to provide our community with information about the incidents and crime prevention recommendations. Once all relative information is received, these notices will typically be posted within 24 hours.

As members of the campus community we share the responsibility of maintaining a safe environment. Your safety at Cal Maritime is the number one concern of the Public Safety Department.