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Inver Hills Community College Student Affairs
Campus Security Report for 2020 is now available online at:
2020 Annual Security Report Clery Act »
In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, Inver Hills College monitors criminal activity and publishes an annual report, maintaining a three- year statistical history on the Inver Hills College campus and at off campus facilities used by the college or by recognized college organizations.
The annual report contains:
  • Crime Reporting Policies and Procedures
  • Policies Concerning Safety of and Access to Campus Facilities
  • Security Considerations of Campus Facilities
  • Policies Concerning Law Enforcement
  • Educational Programs Regarding Security and Prevention
  • Crime Statistics for the last three years
  • Policies Regarding Illegality of Drug and Alcohol Use on Campus
  • Policy and Procedure Regarding Sexual Assault
The College will provide a paper copy upon request. To request a paper copy, please call 651.450.3000 or stop by the Information Center.
Tony Pangal
Director of Safety and Security
Office: 651.450.3545
Fax: 651.450.3706
Inver Hills Community College Student Affairs
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In compliance with the Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act of 1990, it is the policy of Inver Hills Community College to make available its completion/transfer rates and campus crime statistics to all prospective and enrolled students. Visit the Student Consumer Information webpage or contact the Vice President of Student Affairs.


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