The threat of crime has increasingly become a way of life at San Diego universities, as evidenced by their annual campus security reports required to be filed each fall under federal law. Latest to check in is Point Loma Nazarene University, which lists several harrowing incidents of the past few years, none of which are the school’s fault, according to its report.
“The sex offense reported in 2012 involved two non-student minors who were attending a hosted event on campus,” says the school’s so-called Clery Report for 2015. “No University student or employee was involved as an alleged victim, perpetrator or witness.” In 2013, the document says, “a student reported to campus authorities that she was being stalked by a fellow student who was a former boyfriend. The perpetrator was expelled as a result of the administrative investigation.”
Then, in 2014, “a student reported to campus authorities that she was being stalked by an individual with whom she once had a relationship but who was not affiliated with the university. The student reported that in 2013 she was raped off campus and he had been sending her threatening electronic messages ever since. The case was handled by the San Diego County Sheriff, who subsequently confirmed that the suspect was no longer living in San Diego.”