Crime

Members of the community are strongly urged to report any suspicious or criminal incidents to Campus Safety.  An officer will be dispatched immediately to each complaint, and will evaluate the incident, take appropriate action, and notify the necessary authorities.

In accordance with Pennsylvania’s College and University Security Information Act 73 of 1988, and with federal Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, Haverford College provides information relating to crime statistics and security measures to prospective students, matriculated students, employees, or anyone who is interested.  The College’s Campus Safety Department submits an annual Uniform Crime Report to the Pennsylvania State Police.  Crime statistics for the most recent three year period, which reflect the incidents reported to the state police, are available upon request and are compiled according to Pennsylvania State Police requirements using the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting methods. Although the College does not have a written policy regarding the matriculation of students with criminal records, the application and screening process used by the Admission Office is very thorough.

Any criminal conduct engaged in by an employee of the College is grounds for immediate suspension and/or discharge.

Last modified: August 27, 2012