While LeTourneau University has historically enjoyed a very low occurrence of criminal activity and while we believe firmly that God has provided His protection on our campus, we also believe that He has honored our steadfast efforts to develop good crime prevention protocols for the security of our campus resources and community.
Each year, the University Police Department researches the latest developments in the Campus Crime Statistics Reporting Act in order to be assured of accurate reporting in all the required survey categories.
The Campus Crime Act (Clery Act), signed into law in 1990 by President Bush, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus venues and property owned or controlled by LeTourneau University as well as properties owned or controlled by the University.
View records of recent criminal and hate offenses on campus from the Office of Postsecondary Education website, or contact University Police at 903-233-4441 to request a copy. View the latest timely warnings to stay informed regarding the most recent crimes reported on or near campus.
Do what you can to avoid being a victim. Check out the following government sites to learn more about preventing and handling various crimes and emergencies.