Audit: 6 Calif. Colleges Failed to Meet Clery Act Standards

Six California colleges failed to comply with the Clery Act, according to a state audit released Tuesday.

The schools inaccurately reported some crime statistics and failed to disclose all required campus security policies in 2010, the LA Times reports. The audit also found that most of the schools failed to properly release emergency response and evacuation procedures.

The colleges include Academy of Art University, California State University at Northridge, Laney College, San Bernardino Valley College, San Diego City College and the University of the Pacific.

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