Clery Report/Crime Statistics
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Report/Crime Statistics (Web version)
- 2011 ANNUAL SECURITY REPORT/CLERY ACT/CRIME STATISTICS
- THE CRIME AWARENESS AND CAMPUS SECURITY ACT
- TIMELY WARNINGS
- SCREENING AND DISCIPLINE
- DANGEROUS OR DEADLY WEAPONS OR DEVICES
- ACCESS TO BUILDINGS
- POLICY ON ALCOHOL AND DRUGS
- PERSONAL SAFETY ON CAMPUS
- PERSONAL PROPERTY PROTECTION
- SECURITY AWARENESS PROGRAMS
- MOTORIST ASSISTS
- LOST AND FOUND PROPERTY
- RESPONSIBILITY TO INFORM
- MANDATED REPORTERS AND EXEMPTIONS
- DEFINITIONS OF REPORTABLE CRIMES
- ESCORT POLICY
- TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS
- CAMPUS SEXUAL ASSAULT POLICY
- SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY
- WANT INFORMATION ON SEX OFFENDERS?
- Crime Statistics by Campus
At the Community College of Rhode Island we are committed to a safe school environment on all of our campuses. The charge of the Community College of Rhode Island Police Department is to serve and protect the campus community and to enhance the quality of life on each of our four campuses. This is achieved in conjunction with the campus community through the enforcement of laws, crime prevention activities, and education and community awareness. The foundation of our department is community service. All people within our jurisdiction are served with respect and fairness.
The Community College of Rhode Island Police Department, are committed to the prevention of crime, the investigation of problems and incidents, the preservation of security, and the enforcement of all laws and college rules. Services of the CCRI Police Department are oriented to produce an environment that enables the college to implement its mission of education and public service.
Presently we are a thirty person department patrolling on foot and motor vehicle at campuses, in Warwick, Lincoln, Providence and Newport. The Warwick and Lincoln Campuses are patrolled 24 hours 7 days a week and the Providence and Newport Campuses operate 7am to 11pm with some fluctuation of hours based on functions specific to the respective campus. The department is led by Chief Richard Robinson who has more than 30 years experience in municipal and college law enforcement. Our department consists of a deputy chief, captain and four lieutenants in charge of each campus shift. We are a non-armed, sworn college police department trained by the Rhode Island Municipal Police Training Academy. Our officers have arrest powers and jurisdictional boundaries on the college campuses. We have a close working relationship with the municipal and state police agencies where our campuses reside.
For more information, we can be reached by phone at:
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The Student Right To Know and Campus Crime Awareness Act of 1990 mandates that all universities and colleges report certain information relating to campus crime statistics and campus police policies of that institution. In addition, the law also requires the college to prepare, publish, and make available to all current students and employees, and to any applicant for enrollment or employment upon request, an annual police/security report. The report must include such information about campus police/security policies and crime statistics of that institution.
Dedicated enforcement of college regulations, coupled with crime prevention and safety programs, help to meet these responsibilities. The Department strives to provide the high quality of safety and crime prevention services required to meet the needs of a progressive academic institution.
The authority for college police officers is granted by the RI Board of Governors for Higher Education under Rhode Island State Law. College police officers have the same authority, conferred upon municipal police in the State of Rhode Island. Their authority includes the right to issue Rhode Island Traffic Tribunal summons. The department maintains a close working relationship with the local police departments where each of our campuses is located, the Office of Student Affairs, the College Judiciary Committee, Student Government, Physical Plant, and other campus and non-campus organizations. The police department has many responsibilities including campus patrolling, both on foot and in vehicles, preventing, detecting and investigation of criminal activities, assisting the disabled, fire safety services, crime prevention services, general building security and special event security. The department is also responsible for issuing parking permits, parking control, and motor vehicle control on campus.
The police department makes every effort to prevent crime by providing highly visible patrols. Police personnel respond quickly to the needs of the college community. When a complaint is received, an officer is dispatched to investigate and take appropriate action. All crimes are investigated and if prosecution through the court is required we defer to the municipality where the incident occurred. When a student is involved, he/she is also referred to the Dean of Students Office for appropriate action.
To meet the training goals of the department, new officers attend and are post certified by the Rhode Island Municipal Police Training Academy. Upon completion of the academy officers return to the department working under the direct supervision of the shift lieutenant and receive instructions on basic police procedures, report writing, and patrol procedures of the department. On a regular basis officers receive instruction on C.P.R./A.E.D. from certified instructors.
All new officers receive field training under a peer system. New members are assigned to a senior police officer and are provided instruction in all facets of the police departments operation. Police officers are also required to attend external professional education, workshops and in-service on the latest law enforcement techniques.
The College Police prepares this report to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act. The full text of this report can be located on our website at www . ccri . edu / campuspolice / clery_report . html . You will also be able to connect to our site via the CCRI home page at www . ccri . edu . This report is prepared in coordination with local law enforcement agencies surrounding each of our campuses, Divisions of Academic Affairs, Business Affairs, and Student Affairs. Each entity provides updated information of their educational efforts and programs to comply with the Act.
Campus crime arrest and referral statistics include those reported to the CCRI College Police, designated campus officials (including but not limited to
- Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students
- Chief and Deputy Chief of College Police and all College Police Officers
- Associate Dean of Students
- Director and Assistant Director of Student Services
- Director and Assistant Director of Athletics
- Directors and Deans
- Student Judicial Affairs
- Advisers to Students/Student Organizations
- Local Law Enforcement Agencies
These Statistics may also include crimes that have occurred in private residences or businesses and is not required by law.
Each year an email notifies all faculty, staff and students that provides the website to access this report. Copies of the report may also be obtained at the CCRI College Police Office or by calling 401-825-2109. All prospective employees may obtain a copy from Human Resources or by calling 401-825-2311 or the website address located on the college home page www . ccri . edu .
In the event that a situation arises either on or off campus which in the judgment of the CCRI Police in consultation with the Director of Administration, constitutes a serious or continuing threat to students and employees, a campus-wide "timely warning" will be issued through the college email system to students, faculty, and staff.
Depending on the particular circumstances of the crime or event, and all situations that could pose an immediate threat to the campus community, the College may use its emergency alert system which provides the college community with more immediate notification. Anyone with information warranting a "timely warning" should report the circumstances to the CCRI Police immediately:
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The Community College of Rhode Island complies with all federal, state and local regulations relating to the prohibition of criminal conduct, including those which regulate the possession, use, and sale of alcoholic beverages, controlled substances, and firearms. Regulations governing student conduct are contained within the Student Handbook. Employees are notified by the Office of Personnel Services of all pertinent regulations.
In compliance with state law, applicants receive a thorough background investigation conducted by the College Police before attending the Rhode Island Municipal Police Training Academy. Rhode Island State Police conduct a national background check on every applicant selected for a position within the Police Department.
The College shall have jurisdiction over student conduct which occurs on campus property or in correlation with College functions and affairs. The College shall also have discretion to exercise jurisdiction over conduct which occurs off-campus and which would violate student conduct and discipline policies or regulations if the conduct occurred on campus when
- the alleged misconduct indicates the student may be a threat to the safety or security of members of the College community or College property, functions or facilities, or
- the alleged misconduct involves academic work or any records, documents, or identifications of the College.
Specifically, Student Judicial Affairs may choose to exercise jurisdiction over off-campus incidents under section (1) above where the alleged misconduct involves:
- rape or sexual assault, any other physical assault, threats of violence, or conduct that threatens the health or safety of any person;
- stalking or sexual harassment;
- possession or use of weapons, explosives, or destructive devices;
- manufacture, sale or distribution of controlled substances;
- hate crimes;
- hazing; and
- conduct which would constitute felony burglary, robbery, theft, etc.
Students involved in any of these offenses are subject to suspension or expulsion from the College.
The Community College of Rhode Island has maintained a long-standing policy prohibiting weapons on any of its campuses. The introduction of guns, knives, or other devices on campus is potentially dangerous to the entire college community and inconsistent with a safe learning environment. Faculty staff and students are, therefore, advised that the introduction of any weapon is a direct violation of policy and a serious breach of security that will require immediate discipline, up to and including dismissal.
Anyone aware of a potential violation of the No Weapons Policy should contact Campus Police:
- Warwick College Police at 401-825-2109
- Lincoln College Police at 401-333-7035
- Providence College Police at 401-455-6050
- Newport College Police at 401-851-1620
The CCRI Police Department is responsible for securing and unlocking all campus buildings according to scheduled activities. Police officers will assist any faculty or staff member that needs access to the buildings or their office after normal business hours. The department also maintains a strict key control system, and works closely with the vendor hired as the college locksmith. All requests for building and office keys must be submitted and approved by the police department before any keys are issued. Whenever police personnel find broken locks or doors, a report is sent to the college locksmith requesting immediate repairs.
Although police are on duty 24 hours, the department requests that all persons leave the building by 11:00 pm except for special events. When leaving the building during the evening hours, police officers will escort students to their vehicles upon request.
The Community College of Rhode Island seeks to encourage and sustain an academic environment that both respects individual freedom and promotes the health, safety and welfare of all members of its community. In keeping with these objectives, the college has established a policy governing the possession, sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages on the campus and conforming to the laws of Rhode Island. Possession and/or consumption of alcohol are strictly controlled by the College. Rhode Island law states that no alcoholic beverages can be sold, delivered or in any way be given to a person under 21 years of age. Anyone under the age of 21 who knowingly makes false statements as to his/her age in order to purchase or in any way procure alcoholic beverages shall be subject to appropriate prosecution existing under state law. Consistent with its educational mission, the College sponsors programs that promote awareness of the physical, psychological, social and behavioral effects of alcohol consumption. Assistance is available in finding community resources for those who are experiencing alcohol related difficulties.
The use of narcotics or dangerous drugs on the College campus violates campus policy and Rhode Island State Law. The law prohibits the manufacture, distribution, dispensation, sale, possession or use of any illegal drug. Educational programs and seminars are developed which provide significant information and literature regarding the implications and consequences of drug use.
Any student who violates institutional policy or law as it relates to the use of alcohol and drugs may be subject to disciplinary action taken by the College including suspension or expulsion.
Throughout the year the police department prepares and distributes through the appropriate media crime prevention and personal safety hints. These publications are available to all members of the college community. To assist police in keeping the campus crime-free we recommend the following to all members of the college community.
- Look alert, assertive, self confident, and in control. Those who look lost, confused, passive, or in a fog are more vulnerable.
- Stay aware of your surroundings
- Stick to well lit and well travel areas
- Walk or jog with a companion at night
- Have your keys in your hand as you approach your car or building
- Request an escort if you feel uneasy or concerned for your safety
- If approached by a would-be attacker don't panic. If you panic you won't be able to out think or out maneuver the attacker.
- If threatened the first order of business is getting away. Drop anything that might slow you down.
- Don't accept a drink from anyone you don't know and trust.
- Don't get into an elevator with someone who looks out of place or behaves in a strange or threatening way.
- Be careful when using bathrooms that are isolated.
- Report all harassing phone calls, emails, etc. to the College Police.
- Report all suspicious persons or activity to the College Police.
- Lock personal items in your vehicle and out of sight. It only takes seconds to take items from a vehicle when left in plain sight
- Never leave your wallet, handbag, briefcase laptop, cell phone etc. in a common area or out in the open.
- Lock personal valuables and cash in your desk and out of sight.
- Never carry large sums of money. If you must, do not advertise.
- Don't attach your identification card to your key ring. This practice could help a thief find your home or vehicle easily
- Engrave an identifying number and take down all serial numbers in case your property is stolen.
- Report a lost college key immediately to the College Police
- Do not hide extra sets of keys in your office or vehicle
- Always carry your purse tightly clutched in your hand or under your arm
- Use a lock down device for your laptop
- Never leave your vehicle or office unsecured
- Report all suspicious persons or activity to the College Police.
For additional crime prevention issues please contact your Campus Police Office.
CCRI DOES NOT assume liability for vehicles or their contents parked on its premises.
During orientation students are informed of services offered by the Community College Police Department through a brochure and presentations which outline ways to maintain personal safety. Students are advised to view the Campus Police website and how to learn about crime on-campus and in surrounding neighborhoods. Similar information is presented to new employees. Crime Prevention notices are posted periodically and when necessary we provide information to the College community regarding the protection of personal property and how to main personal safety on campus.
Periodically during the academic year the CCRI Police, in cooperation with other College organizations and departments, present notices or awareness on the community's safety.
A common theme of all awareness and crime prevention programs is to encourage students and employees to be aware of their responsibility for their own security and the security of others.
In addition to information being disseminated to students and employees through crime notices, we provide security alert posters, displays, and articles and advertisements in college and student publications. When an alert needs to be posted promptly, information is released to the College community through security alerts throughout campus and disseminated through computer memos sent via the College's electronic mail system or instant messaging system.
IT IS EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY TO INFORM VIOLATORS OF THE SMOKING POLICY.
It is the policy of the Board of Governors and the Community College to maintain a healthy environment for all students and employees. Therefore, smoking is prohibited from any entrance to the building or in any building on the campus. The Smoking Policy states that smoking must be at least 50 feet from any state building. If you do smoke on campus please use one of the designated areas.
Students are subject to the process and procedures as outlined by the Office of the Dean of Students and stipulated in the Student Handbook.
The prohibition within all facilities will not apply to the use of tobacco products as part of a pre-approved, limited classroom demonstration or research project.
The police department does not provide emergency road service. In the event you are unable to start your vehicle because of battery trouble or other mechanical problems we will allow you to use a telephone to call for assistance.
The department of police handles all lost and found property. If students find textbooks, handbags, clothing, or eye glasses, or any items they should bring the items to the police department so we can attempt to locate the owner. We also encourage students to come to the police department to check for their lost items and file a report. Whenever claiming property students must provide proper identification.
In order to assist security in returning lost textbooks, please record your identification or drivers license number in the book. Please note: Be sure that you have purchased the correct textbooks before recording any information in the book.
Reporting a Crime
It is a shared responsibility of every community member to report crimes on Campus.
What to do:
First contact the College Police
- Warwick College Police at 401-825-2109
- Lincoln College Police at 401-333-7035
- Providence College Police at 401-455-6050
- Newport College Police at 401-851-1620
The individual answering the phone will request the following information. Any information is useful, so do not hesitate to call if you can assist Campus Police with a particular incident.
- A good description of the culprit including height, weight, color of hair and eyes, clothes and direction of travel.
- Vehicle information including make and model, color, and license plate.
- Number of persons involved
- Date and time of incident
- Details about the crime
» Do not handle, touch or remove evidence
» Remove yourself from the crime scene if it's unsafe
» Remain calm
A college police officer will interview you further to complete the investigation. Some crimes will require the presence and collaboration of the local law enforcement agency.
Any person who is a victim of a crime on campus may request the local law enforcement agency be notified of an incident. This does not mean that the other agency will respond to the scene of the incident.
Crime reports are available upon request and can be furnished by the College Police in two business days or within reason. The Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act may restrict certain information from being disclosed.
If you are the victim of a crime and do not want to pursue action within the College system or the criminal justice system, you may still want to consider making a confidential report. With your permission, the Chief or a designee of the College Police can file a report on the details of the incident without revealing your identity. The purpose of a confidential report is to comply with your wish to keep the matter confidential, while taking steps to ensure the future safety of yourself and others. With such information, the College can keep an accurate record of the number of incidents involving students, determine if there is a pattern of crime with regard to a particular location, method, or assailant, and alert the campus community to potential danger. Reports filed in this manner are counted and reported in the annual crimes statistics for the institution.
The Clery Act requires institutions of higher learning to identify persons on their campuses who are mandated to report crime.
Specifically, the Act requires that the school designate persons who have significant responsibility for student and campus activities but do not have significant counseling responsibilities to report crimes that are made known to them. Based on this criterion, the following CCRI officials should report crime:
- Associate Vice President of Student Affairs
- Chief and Deputy Chief of College Police and all College Police Officers
- Assistant and Associate Student Services Dean
- Student Services Directors and Assistant Directors
The list above does not imply that others should not or cannot report crime on our campus or that they do not have an ethical or moral responsibility to do so.
Pastoral and professional counselors working in Counseling Services; Health Services; or Campus Ministry.
As a result of the negotiated rulemaking process which followed the signing into law, the 1998 amendments to 20 U.S.C. Section 1092 (f), clarification was given to those considered to be campus security authorities. Campus "Pastoral Counselors" and Campus "Professional Counselors", when acting as such, are not considered to be a campus security authority and are not required to report crimes for inclusion into the annual disclosure of crime statistics. As a matter of policy, they are encouraged, if and when they deem it appropriate, to inform persons being counseled of the procedures to report crimes on a voluntary basis for inclusion into the annual crime statistics.
The rule-making committee defines counselors as:
An employee of an institution, who is associated with a religious order or denomination, recognized by that religious order or denomination as someone who provides confidential counseling and who is functioning within the scope of that recognition as a pastoral counselor.
An employee of an institution whose official responsibilities include providing psychological counseling to members of the institution's community and who is functioning within the scope of his or her license or certification.
The willful (non-negligent) killing of one human being by another.
An unlawful attack by one person upon another wherein the offender uses a weapon, or displays it in a threatening manner, or the victim suffers obvious severe or aggravated bodily injury involving apparent broken bones, loss of teeth, possible internal injury, severe laceration, or a loss of consciousness. An unsuccessful attempt to commit murder is classified as an aggravated assault.
Forcible: The offenses listed below with the exception of fondling; require penetration of a bodily orifice. The act must be against the victim's will or the victim must be legally incapable of giving consent due to temporary or permanent mental or physical incapacity - including intoxication - or because of the victim's youth.
Forced sexual intercourse.
Forced oral or anal sexual intercourse.
Sexual Assault with an Object:
Use of an object or instrument to unlawfully penetrate, however slightly, the genital or anal opening of the body of another person. An "object" or "instrument" is anything used by the offender other than the offender's genitalia.
The touching of the private body parts of another person for the purpose of sexual gratification.
Non-forcible sexual intercourse between persons who are related to each other within the degrees wherein marriage is prohibited by law.
Non-forcible sexual intercourse with a person who is under the statutory age of consent.
The taking, or attempt to take, anything of value under confrontational circumstances from the control, custody, or care of another person or persons by force, or threat of force, violence or by putting the victim in fear of immediate harm.
Motor Vehicle Theft:
The theft or attempted theft of a motor vehicle.
Burglary (Breaking and Entering):
The unlawful entry into a building or structure with the intent to commit a felony or theft. Forced entry is not a required element of the offense, so long as the entry is unlawful (a trespass). The entry may be made through an unlocked door or window. Burglary includes unsuccessful attempts at entry using force or where an offender is frightened off while entering an unlocked door or open window.
Any crime motivated by bigotry and bias, including, but not limited to threatened or completed acts that appear after investigation to have been racial, religious, ethnic, sexual orientation, gender or disability prejudice. For the purposes of the Campus Security Act, statistics concerning the above listed offenses that manifest evidence of prejudice based on race, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender or disability are shown in the Hate Crime row of the statistical table.
Liquor Law Violation:
Any violation of any law or ordinance prohibiting the manufacture, sale, purchase, transportation, possession or use of alcoholic beverages. Driving under the Influence of an intoxicating substance comes under a different statute as does "drunkenness".
Drug Abuse Violation:
Any violation of any law prohibiting production, manufacture (including growing), distribution, and/or use of certain controlled substances. Also possession of equipment or devices utilized for their production or use.
Any violation of any laws or ordinances prohibiting the manufacture, sale, purchase, transportation, possession, concealment or use of firearms, edged instruments, explosives, incendiary devices, or other deadly weapons.
If you wish to receive any updated statistical information, call the Police Department at (401) 825-2109. If you need information on a specific policy, the Office of Student Services at (401) 825-2221 will be happy to provide it. The Police Website @ www . ccri . edu / campuspolice / clery_report . html displays the text and tables of this document and is updated on a regular basis.
Should you have any questions regarding the information provided in this brochure, please feel free to contact either of the above offices. Remember, by working in partnership, the Community of Rhode Island community will be successful in maintaining a safe environment for learning.
It is the policy of the campus police to escort any individual that has concern for their personal well being. After making contact with an officer, explain what your concerns are. We do not provide vehicle escorts but will walk you to your on campus destination. Please be patient if an officer cannot accompany you immediately.
You may call the campus police at one of the following numbers for assistance.
- Lincoln 333-7035
- Newport 851-1620
- Providence 455-6050
- Warwick 825-2109
All traffic accidents that occur on campus must be reported to the college police as soon as possible. Police officers patrol the campus on foot and with patrol vehicles and should be summoned to the scene of any accident. A report to police will allow the officers to call for the assistance of rescue, fire and additional police personnel. Any person who leaves the scene and fails to report an accident will be subject to the same penalties under Rhode Island Motor Vehicle Laws and will be referred to the Dean of Students Office.
WHO TO CONTACT IN THE EVENT OF A SEXUAL ASSAULT
- Reporting a sexual assault to the CCRI Campus Police is procedurally the same as reporting to one of the local or state law enforcement agency in the State of Rhode Island. Victims have the same rights when reporting to any other local law enforcement agency. Depending on which campus the incident occurs, we will notify local law enforcement to proceed with the case.
If you are a victim of a sexual assault at this Institution, your first priority should be to get to a place of safety. You should then obtain necessary medical treatment. The College Police Department strongly advocates that a victim of sexual assault report the incident in a timely manner. Time is a critical factor for evidence collection and preservation. An assault should be reported directly to a College Police Officer and/or other College representative. Reporting of his incident:
- ensure that a victim of sexual assault receives the necessary medical treatment and tests, at no expense to the victim
- provide the opportunity for collection of evidence, which cannot be obtained later (ideally a victim of sexual assault should not wash, douche, use the toilet, or change clothing prior to a medical/legal exam) that will aid in prosecution.
- assure the victim has access to free confidential counseling from counselors trained in the area of sexual assault crisis intervention.
When a sexual assault victim contacts the College Police Department, the local municipal law enforcement agency will be notified as well. A representative from the Student Services will also be notified. The victim of a sexual assault may choose to have the investigation pursued through the criminal justice system and or the Student Judicial Affairs. A College representative from the College Police Department or student Services will guide the victim through the available options and support the victim in his or her decision.
The Community College offers Counseling services on the following dates and times:
- Warwick 401-825-2301
- Lincoln 401-333-7160
- Providence 401-455-6063
- Newport 401-851-1625
The Community College has health services at 401-825-2103 or email nurse@ ccri . edu .
Hours of operation vary and this should not be considered an emergency contact. Check the website for current hours of operation. http :// www . ccri . edu /advising/hours. html
The personnel in these offices can provide advice and counseling, detailed information on health issues and reporting procedures, or referrals to resources off campus. These matters are kept confidential except when either the security of the campus or the surrounding community is breached. Campus Police Offices are opened 24 hours 7 days a week. Referrals can be made to off campus agency at any time. For referral to the Community College Counseling and Health services agencies please refer to the following websites or contact the agencies directly.
More information can be found at the website links below:
College disciplinary proceedings , as well as special guidelines for cases involving sexual misconduct, are detailed in the Student Handbook. The Handbook provides, in part, that the accused and the victim will each be allowed to choose one person who has had no formal legal training to accompany them throughout the hearing. Both the victim and accused will be informed of the outcome of the hearing. A student found guilty of violating the College sexual misconduct policy could be criminally prosecuted in the state courts and may be suspended or expelled from the College for the first offense. Student victims have the option to change their academic situations after an alleged sexual assault, if such changes are reasonably available.
The Federal Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act requires institutions of higher education to issue a statement advising the campus community where law enforcement agency information is provided by the State concerning registered sex offenders and where it may be obtained. It also requires sex offenders to register with the state and to provide notice, as required under State law, of each institution of higher education in that State at which the person is employed, carries on a vocation, or is a student.
In the State of Rhode Island convicted sex offenders must register with the local police department in their municipality. Every person convicted on or after July 1, 1997, including juveniles sentenced as adults of an offense for which registration is required as part of the sentence imposed upon conviction, is to register and reregister with the local police agencies.
In addition, all persons convicted of violations under the law of the United States or any other state substantially similar to an offense for which registration is required shall provide to the local agency all necessary information within ten days of establishing a residence and reregistering within ten days of any change.
Any person wanting information on registered sex offenders or related information should contact the local municipal police agency with jurisdiction for the location of our campuses. The State of Rhode Island Parole Board maintains the following website: http :// www . paroleboard .ri.gov/ sexoffender /agree. php
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