Annual Security Report


Campus Safety

At the Aguadilla Campus we care about the safety of the university community, which is why we have dedicated this section to address issues related to prevention and safety.

The Inter-American University of Puerto Rico, Aguadilla Campus, has Campus Safety that provides service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Campus Safety personnel has the responsibility of protecting the University Community, its visitors, the property and ensuring that the established norms are complied with. In addition, the Campus has an electronic surveillance system that serves as a tool to protect lives and to safeguard property. This surveillance system allows speeding up the intervention of Campus Safety personnel in any situations that may arise.

Institutional Policy

  • Promote and maintain a risk-free study and work environment.
  • Ensure compliance with those established standards that guarantee a campus free of drugs, alcohol and sexual harassment.
  • Institutional Policy and Regulations of the Inter American University of Puerto Rico on the use and abuse of drugs and alcoholic beverages.
  • Regulations to limit smoking at the Inter American University of Puerto Rico. Rules and Procedures Access Permits.
  • Policy against sexual harassment at work and in the Academy and Procedure to ventilate related complaints.
  • Your security starts with you. We recommend the following measures for your protection and that of your property.

Security measures

  • Personal protection
  • Be alert to any situation that occurs around you.
  • Walk purposefully. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes that allow you to move freely.
  • Avoid wearing clothing or valuables that attract attention.
  • At nights, walk in lighted areas.
  • Avoid desolate areas or shortcuts at night.
  • Avoid using elevators or stairs if you are alone.
  • Carry keys in your hand.


High Risk Areas on the Campus

  • Parking G

High Risk Areas outside of Campus

  • Neighborhood road to the entrance of the south gate.

What to do if you find yourself faced with an aggressor:

  • Stay calm and think about your options.
  • If the assailant or attacker is armed, do not resist, you may risk severe injury or death.
  • Evaluate the situation, if a strategy doesn’t work, try again.
  • In addition to non-resistance, try negotiating, distracting the attacker, fleeing to a safe place, verbal affectivity, yelling to attract the attention of others, and physical defense, if necessary.

Annual Security Report

Reported Incidents Category Year 2019 Year 2020  Year 2021
I. Criminal Offenses
a. Unlawful possession of weapons 0 0 0
b. Manslaughter 0 0 0
c. Forcible sexual offenses 0 0 0
d. Non-forcible sexual offenses (incest and rape of a minor) 0 0 0
e. Robbery 0 0 0
f. Aggravated assault 0 0 0
g. Burglary 0 0 0
h. Larceny of Motor Vehicle 0 0 0
i. Arson 0 0 0
j. Damage to Property 0 0 0
k. Any other crime that includes physical assault 0 0 0
II. Arrests
a. Unlawful possession of weapons 0 0 0
b. Violation of the law on use and possession of drugs 0 0 0
c. Violation of the alcoholic beverage law 0 0 0
III. Referrals for disciplinary action by the Unit
a. Unlawful possession of weapons 0 0 0
b. Violation of the law on use and possession of drugs 0 0 0
c. Violation of alcoholic beverage law 0 0 0
IV. Other
Persecution and harrassment 0 0 0
Law 54 (Domestic Violence) 0 0 0
Secual harassment 0 0 0
Disturbing the space 0 0 0
Dishonest exposure 0 0 0
Simple assault 0 0 0
Total 0 0 0
Updated September 29, 2022

What to do if you are a victim of a criminal act

In case you are a victim of aggression, robbery, attempted sexual assault or observe any suspicious act within the premises:

  • Report it as soon as possible to Campus Safety.
  • Cooperate with the investigation.
  • Do not touch, move or disturb scenes until Campus Safety officers are present.
  • If you can see the person who committed the crime, identify him/her and give the officer a description or name.
  • Try to remember as much as possible and share that information with Campus Safety.
  • If you were a victim of theft, provide a list of the items stolen.
  • In case of attempted sexual assault, report it immediately to Campus Safety, you may need to receive professional medical help.

Personal Property


  •     Register your vehicle at the Campus Safety office.
  •     Park in the designated areas, in the exit position.
  •     During the night period, park in properly lighted areas.
  •     Be sure to close the doors and windows.
  •     If you have an alarm, be sure to activate it.
  •     Do not leave copies of keys or valuables visible.
  •     Carry with you the license and registration of your vehicle.
  •     If you come to the premises on a motorcycle or bicycle, tie it up using a lock in designated places.
  •     Keep close to your body purses, laptops, luggage and keep your cell phone securely stored.

Contact Information:

Campus Main  Phone:

Security Guar (Seguridad)
Ext. 2299 y 2500
Direct Phone: (787)931-0837

Health Service
Ext. 2810

Dean of Administration
Ext. 2200, 2202 and 2203
Direct Phone