Colorado School of Mines is glad to have you as a partner in keeping our community safe and enjoyable. This page is a place to find help and resources for victims of crimes committed within campus bounds. It is also a place to educate ourselves on how Mines as a community works together to make this a safe environment to learn and grow.
Annual Safety Report
What are the Requirements of the Clery act
- Collect, report, and disseminate crime data for certain crimes in a specified geographical area.
- Develop policy statements regarding campus safety.
- Prepare and distribute an annual security report.
- Issue timely warnings and emergency notifications to the campus community.
- Submit crime statistics to the Department of Education.
- Create, maintain, and make available a daily crime log.
What Types of Crimes Does the Clery Act Require Institutions to Disclose
- Criminal homicide: murder and non-negligent manslaughter, manslaughter by negligence
- Sexual assault: rape, fondling, incest, statutory rape
- Aggravated assault
- Motor vehicle theft
Hate Crimes (any of the above mentioned offenses, and any incidents of)
- Simple assault
- Domestic violence
- Dating violence
Arrests and Referrals for Disciplinary Action
- Weapons law violations
- Drug abuse violations
- Liquor law violations
What is the Clery Geography of Mines
Where Should I report A Crime
Clery Related Policies
Clery Resources Page
Daily Crime Log
Speak Up At Mines
Campus Security Authority Reporting Information
Campus Security Authority (CSA) is a Clery term that encompasses groups of individuals and organizations associated with an institution. Campus Security Authorities are defined as any individual who has significant contact with students or responsibility for student and campus activities including but not limited to housing, disciplinary action, or judicial proceedings. Any faculty or staff member who is an advisor to any student organization is automatically a Campus Security Authority. Any faculty or staff member who has a participatory role in the disciplinary process of a student is automatically a Campus Security Authority. The purpose of a CSA is that the Department of Education recognizes that not everyone wants to report crimes to campus or local law enforcement. They tend to feel more comfortable confiding in their Club Advisor, Coach, Counselor or their Dean, or the Human Resource Services Office, among others. Individuals who meet the criteria for being a CSA:
- Dean of Students
- Student housing or student extracurricular activities staff
- Director of Athletics and team coaches
- Employees/Staff who monitor access, e.g., Recreation Center staff
- Faculty advisor to a student group
- Coordinator of Greek Life
- Public Safety/Police Department
The More You Know
- One in 5 women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted while in college. 
- More than 90% of sexual assault victims on college campuses do not report the assault. 
- September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month: In 2008, Congress formally expressed their unanimous support for the Clery Center’s partnership with colleges and universities across the country by dedicating each September to the awareness of campus safety issues. National Campus Safety Month is an initiative started through a partnership between students and the Clery Center in 2005.
State of Colorado Registered Sex Offenders
What is the Clery Act?
Mines Police Department is a great resource and advocate for campus safety:
1922 Jones Rd Golden, CO 80401
Administrative office hours:
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – noon and 1 – 4 p.m.
After hours, an on-duty Mines Police Officer can be reached by calling 303-273-3333, option 5, or by calling the City of Golden Police Dispatch at 303-384-8045 or 9-1-1