15 2022 ANNUAL SECURITY & ANNUAL FIRE SAFETY REPORT Security of and Access to Campus Facilities All residential units are equipped with electronic locks that open with a Lehigh Student ID card. These buildings are also equipped with alarm systems that automatically alert Lehigh University police when an exterior door is propped open. All exterior residence hall doors are locked 24 hours a day. Section and fire doors are to be kept closed at all times, and residents are expected to abide by this policy by refraining from blocking or propping doors open. Security screens have been installed on accessible windows in residence halls. There are more than 150 buildings at Lehigh. Access to open buildings, events, and programs is granted to all students, faculty and staff with a Lehigh ID card. Everyone affiliated with the University is expected to carry their Lehigh ID card at all times. Upon request by an officer of the University, the person must show the ID card. All University owned and operated residential facilities are locked 24 hours per day. Access is limited to residents, their guests, staff, or those hired by the University to provide specific services. Non-residential facilities are locked and secured on a variety of schedules consistent with the usage of the building and the time of the academic year. Academic buildings typically are unlocked Monday through Friday between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and are accessible by card access for all students, faculty and staff during the evening hours and over the weekend. For more complete and updated information by building, visit: buildingschedule. When non-residential buildings are closed, only those staff or students with appropriate authorization are permitted entry. Students, faculty, and staff are expected to be aware of, and abide by, these regulations. Certain buildings are equipped with alarms to alert Lehigh police of unauthorized entrance. In addition, the Lehigh University Police Department employs security guards who conduct foot patrols throughout the campus. The security guards check exterior doors, visually monitor activity in and around campus facilities, and walk through the buildings. Unauthorized individuals found in closed buildings are evicted and subject to other action as appropriate. Security Technology The Lehigh University Police Department assists with the installation and maintenance of a state-of-the-art electronic security infrastructure across the University. This includes more than 200 emergency phones connected directly to our Campus Safety Communications Center, along with more than 400 closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras throughout campus. To view an interactive map of the entire Lehigh Campus indicating where these emergency phones are located, please visit The Lehigh University IDEAL Office is responsible for identification, electronic access, and locksmiths and they report to the Police Department. The IDEAL Department controls all electronic access control card readers, burglar and door alarms, sensors, and other key features of the security technology located in Lehigh-owned buildings throughout campus. Statement Regarding Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, and Stalking, and What to Do if You are a Victim of a Crime Regarding Same Lehigh University has adopted a policy that prohibits sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. A copy of the complete policy is available at: (the “Policy”). Lehigh encourages everyone to read the full Policy, as it applies to students, faculty, and staff. The Policy, among other things, describes prohibited conduct; explains options for reporting; describes the procedures that the University will follow for promptly, thoroughly, and equitably investigating and resolving reports; and implements the requirements of Title IX and the Clery Act. Additional information specifically for students is contained in the Student Handbook: The information below is distributed to students and employees in the following ways: by email, publication on various websites, and with hard copies upon request. What follows below in the next section are certain statements of policy that the Clery Act requires the University to provide in this Report. To the extent there are any discrepancies between the statements below and the Policy, the Policy controls. As noted above, the following information is drawn from Lehigh University’s Policy on Harassment and NonDiscrimination and Student Handbook. Lehigh University considers sexual harassment, sexual assault (including rape, fondling, statutory rape and incest), sexual exploitation, intimate partner abuse (including domestic violence and dating violence), and stalking (for purposes of this Report, collectively “Sex-Based