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2022 Annual Security Report

This site is designed to provide you with crime statistics and important safety information including safety and security policies and procedures as required in the Annual Security Report.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University shares the concern of students and parents regarding safety on our campus. Accordingly, the Campus Safety & Security Department is actively engaged in collaborating with students, parents, employees, and the community to provide a safe University environment and to treat every individual with respect, fairness and compassion. 

While no campus can guarantee the complete safety of its community, we can work together to provide the safest possible environment. We encourage all University community members to join with us in taking responsibility for safety and security. By accepting this responsibility, members of the University community assist in maintaining a safer and more secure academic environment. 

The University complies with the federally mandated Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Police and Campus Statistics Act, state requirements for an Annual Assessment of Physical Plant Safety and the three-year compilation of annual crime statistics. A report is sent to the State Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Education.  Crime Statistics are compiled from Campus Safety & Security incident reports and monitoring and collaborating with Daytona Beach Police Department.  We also collaborate with Volusia County Sheriff’s Office on safety and security initiatives.  The statistics are prepared on a calendar year basis and then used to produce the tables found in this report.

A copy of this crime statistics report can be obtained in the Campus Safety & Security Administrative Office.

On-Campus Numbers

  • Campus Safety & Security Department
  • Emergency
    386-226-7233 (SAFE)
  • Health Services
  • Counseling Center
  • Dean of Students

Off-Campus Numbers

The following phone numbers must be preceded by a “9” when using a campus phone.

  • Daytona Beach Fire Department
  • EVAC Ambulance
  • Daytona Beach Police (non-emergency)
  • Police Emergency
  • Halifax Medical Center Emergency Department