Each year, Emory University, in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Crime Statistics Act, publishes an Annual Security and Annual Fire Safety Report. The report contains information regarding safety- and security-related policies and crime statistics for Emory’s ten campuses for the past three calendar years. The report also contains fire safety-related policy statements as well as fire statistics associated with each on-campus student housing facility for the past three calendar years.

For enhanced navigability, the report is published in digital format on this website. You can explore the different sections of the report by clicking on the tabs at the top of this page.

If you have questions about Emory's Clery Act Compliance, email


View the 2023 report (PDF) ❯


Related Campus Resources

Clery Crime and Geography Definitions. In this document, you can find a list of all Clery Act Crime and Clery Act Geography definitions.

View the Clery definitions (PDF) ❯

Campus Security Authority Guide. If you have been identified as a Campus Security Authority (CSA), you have special responsibilities under the Clery Act. This guide summarizes those responsibilities as they relate to Emory’s Clery Compliance Program.

View the CSA Guide ❯

Campus Security Authority Report Form. If you are a designated Campus Security Authority, you may access the CSA Report Form and submit an incident report to the Office of Clery Act Compliance. 

File a CSA Report ❯

Student Travel Form. If  you are a designated Campus Security Authority and supervise an Academic trip or Student Organization trip, please submit the travel information here. Emory is required to keep track of "short stay away" trips involving students. If you have any questions on if this is required for your specific trip, please reach out to 

Student Travel Form ❯


EO/AA Statement

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