Timely Warnings and Bulletins

The Jeanne Clery Act requires that Sonoma State University issue a special crime alert, called a Timely Warning when certain crimes are committed on campus that are considered to represent a serious or continuing threat to students and employees.  The intent of a Timely Warning is to help others avoid becoming impacted by similar crimes.

While there are times when sending a notice to the community about crimes on campus may be necessary,  Timely Warnings may only be issued for Clery crimes, including:

  • Murder
  • Rape
  • Robbery
  • Burglary
  • Motor Vehicle Theft
  • Arson

For a complete list of Clery crimes, please refer to the Annual Security Report.

As such, it may contain information of a graphic nature that could trigger emotional responses, in particular for victims/survivors of sexual assault/sexual violence.  If you are a student and need emotional support, please contact Counseling & Psychological Services by calling (707) 664-2153 (including after business hours) or visiting their new building #17A located south of the Salazar Hall building.  Advocacy services can be reached by all Sonoma State community members by calling the Confidential Sexual Assault Advocate, Susan Pulido, at (707) 696-9301.

Timely Warnings

There are no Timely Warning Bulletins at this time