34 LEHIGH UNIVERSITY • Safety Escorts—The escort service provides an alternative to walking alone after dark. The service is designed for students but is open to the entire University community. The service operates between dusk and dawn throughout the school year. It provides either a walking or driving escort, depending on the time of night and the weather. Walking escorts can be requested by contacting the Lehigh University Police at 610-758-4200 (annually). To learn more about the Lehigh University Police Department’s programs and resources or to request a program, please visit our website at: https://police. Daily Crime and Fire Log The Lehigh University Police Department maintains a combined Daily Crime and Fire Log containing all incidents reported within our Clery Act Geography. This includes all Clery Act crimes and fire-related incidents that occur on campus, in or on noncampus buildings or property, on public property, or within our patrol jurisdiction. The Daily Crime and Fire Log includes the incident type, the date on which the incident was reported, the date and time of occurrence, and the general location of each reported incident type, as well as the disposition of the incident, if this information is known. The Lehigh University Police Department posts specific incidents in its Daily Crime and Fire Log within two business days of receiving a report of an incident, and reserves the right to exclude reports from a log in certain circumstances, as permitted by law. The past 60 days of information is available for review in the lobby of the Lehigh University Police headquarters, located at 321 East Packer Avenue. In addition, a 60-day Daily Crime and Fire Log is available for public inspection online at The Lehigh University Police Department also maintains a seven-year archive of the Daily Crime and Fire Log. Requests for information older than 60 days must be directed to the Lehigh University Police Department by phone at 610-758-4200 or by email Information will be made available within two business days of a request for public inspection. The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (The Clery Act) The Clery Act (The Clery Act 20 U.S.C. § 1092(f)) requires Lehigh University to provide students and employees with information on its security policies and procedures and specific statistics for certain criminal incidents, arrests and disciplinary referrals and to make the information and statistics available to prospective students and employees upon request. This information is available by calling the Lehigh University Police Department at 610-758-4200 or visiting content/clery-act-information-statistics. The Lehigh University Police Department (LUPD) maintains close relationships with all police departments that have jurisdiction in the areas in which Lehigh University owns or controls property. Crimes reported to local police departments that involve University property are brought to the attention of the LUPD. In addition to requesting Clery crime statistics from local police departments, all reports of crime incidents, made directly to the LUPD through Lehigh Police Officers, the Lehigh Police Dispatch Center, and Lehigh University Security Guards, as well as all incidents reported to Campus Security Authorities, are entered into an integrated computer-aided dispatch/records management system. All entries are recorded in this system in accordance with the crime definitions outlined in the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting handbook. All crimes reported to LUPD, by any source, will be reviewed by a police supervisor to ensure they are classified according to the proper crime category. Police supervisors audit all reports to ensure that information is being collected and entered properly according to crime classifications and are accounted for in crime statistics, as well as in the Daily Crime Log. Statistics reported for each of the liquor law, drug law, and weapon offenses subcategories represent the number of people arrested or referred to campus judicial authorities. It is important to note that the crime classifications for which colleges and universities must provide statistics differ under state and federal law; therefore, statistics for certain crime classifications might appear to be different depending on the entity by which they are displayed. For example, the federal statistics for motor vehicle theft differ from the state statistics for the same category because the federal classification includes attempted