Safety & Emergency Readiness
Annual Safety Report
A guide in compliance with the Federal Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act
The Annual Security Report includes crimes reported, Public Safety incidents, and Public Safety activity statistics for main campus, Benton Center, Lebanon Centers, the Advanced Transportation Technology Center, and each campus' respective non-campus facilities and public contiguous areas.
To download a PDF version of our 2018 Annual Security Report, please click the report corresponding to the center of interest:
- 2019 Annual Security Report _ Albany Campus
- 2019 Annual Security Report_Benton Center (Corvallis)
- 2019 Annual Security Report_Lebanon Centers (Lebanon)
- 2019 Annual Security Report_Advanced Transportation Technology Center (ATTC, Lebanon)
Past two years:
- 2018 Annual Security Report_Main Campus (Albany)
- 2018 Annual Security Report_Benton Center (Corvallis)
- 2018 Annual Security Report_Lebanon Centers (Lebanon)
- 2018 Annual Security Report_Advanced Transportation Technology Center (ATTC, Lebanon)
- 2017 Annual Security Report_Main Campus (Albany)
- 2017 Annual Security Report_Benton Center
- 2017 Annual Security Report_Lebanon Centers
- 2017 Annual Security Report_Advanced Transportation Technology Center (ATTC)
Safety on our campus and in our communities is everyone's responsibility. By recognizing and reporting behavior you believe to be a potential concern, you can help our community members get the assistance and services they might need.
If you must print an accident report to fill it out, go to the (Public Safety, Emergency Planning, EHS)"Forms" link in the left hand navigation bar on this page and then click Accident Report (document).
The Clery Act, first enacted in 1990 and amended in 1998, requires that colleges report crime statistics to current & prospective students & employees.
- Safety & Loss Prevention Manager and any Public Safety Officer
- Dean of Student Development
- Director of Human Resources
- Coordinator of Student Life
- Vice President for Student Services
- Vice President for Academic Affairs
- Vice President for Finance and Administration
- Deans, Directors, and Managers
- Faculty Club Advisors
Request for Special Needs or Accommodations
Direct questions about or requests for special needs or accommodations to the LBCC Disability Coordinator, RCH-105, 6500 Pacific Blvd. SW, Albany, Oregon 97321, Phone (541) 917-4789 or via Oregon Telecommunications Relay TTD at (800) 735-2900 or (800) 735-1232. Make sign language interpreting or real-time transcribing requests 2-4 weeks in advance. Make all other requests at least 72 hours prior to the event. LBCC will make every effort to honor requests. LBCC is an equal opportunity educator and employer.
LBCC Comprehensive Statement of Nondiscrimination
LBCC prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, ethnicity, use of native language, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, marital status, disability, veteran status, age, or any other status protected under applicable federal, state, or local laws. For further information see Board Policy 1015 in our Board Policies and Administrative Rules.