Student Catalog

Student Catalog

ideal
Beauty Academy

10213 Linn Station Rd.
Louisville, KY 40223
(502) 290-4700
&
1401 Youngstown Dr.
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
(812) 282-1371

Web Site: www.idealbeautyacademy.net
E-Mail: idealacademy@aol.com

STUDENT CATALOG

Indiana state board laws www.PLA.in.gov
KY State Board Laws www.kbhc.ky.gov
Revised 07/16

To provide a program of education, which develops the maximum potential of each individual student so that they may have a successful career in their respected field of Cosmetology, Esthetics or Nail Technology.

FACILITIES

Kentucky
10213 Linn Station Rd., Louisville, KY 40223
The floor plan has over 2800 square feet, including offices, clinic area, dispensary, supply room, lunch and locker area, facial room, dryer area, and a classroom which has a library and visual-aid center.
The Classroom and clinic area provide equipment and aids, which are required to teach cosmetology courses.
Additional materials and equipment are added as they emerge from within the industry and have proven themselves an educational benefit.

Indiana
1401 Youngstown Dr., Jeffersonville, IN 47130.
The floor plan has over 3700 square feet, including offices, clinic area, dispensary, supply room, lunch and locker area, facial room, dryer area, and a classroom which has a library and visual-aid center.
The Classroom and clinic area provide equipment and aids, which are required to teach cosmetology courses.
Additional materials and equipment are added as they emerge from within the industry and have proven themselves an educational benefit.

OWNERSHIP & HISTORY
ideal Beauty Academy was established in 1997 by its founders, Immy Moberly and Dee Ross, with over 60 years of combined experience. The Indiana location was moved to its present location in 2001. The Kentucky campus opened in November 2011.

Ownership, Management & Teaching Staff

Immy Moberly President / Stock Holder / Instructor (IN)
Marian Sang Stock Holder / Instructor (IN)
Kelli Carmcikle Financial Aid /Enrollment Advisor/ Office Manager (IN)
Nancy Shepherd Kentucky Director / Instructor (IN/KY)
Lisa Stillwell Instructor (IN/KY)
Cecelia Shipley Instructor (IN/KY)
LeDonna Arnett Instructor (IN/KY)

LICENSES, ACCREDITATION & MEMBERSHIPS
Licensed by: Indiana Professional Licensing Agency
302 W. Washington Street
Room E034
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2700
(317) 232-2980

Kentucky Board of Hairdressers & Cosmetologist
111 St. James Court Suite A
Frankfort, KY 40601 (502) 564-4262

Accredited by: National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Science
4401 Ford Avenue, Suite 1300
Alexandria, VA 22302 (703) 600-7600
HOURS OF OPERATION

Our Indiana location hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Our Kentucky location hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Late arrivals may enter class until 10 minutes after class begins.

HOLIDAYS THE SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED

Holidays and school closures: the following holidays off: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day. Any other day’s that the school decides to close outside of those days, students will be notified before.

COSMETOLGY CLASSES START
Classes begin the first Tuesday of each month.

ESTHETICS CLASSES START
Classes scheduled on an as needed basis.

NAIL TECHNOLOGY CLASSES START
Classes scheduled on an as needed basis.

INSTRUCTORS CLASSES START
Classes scheduled on an as needed basis.

PROGRAM ATTENDANCE POLICIES

Full and part time students attend classes based on the contracted hours for the program enrolled in.

NOTIFICATION OF UNEXPECTED CLOSURE

The school maintains regular hours throughout the year except for severe weather conditions In the event of an unexpected closure students will be notified by television broadcast over station WHAS-11, WAVE 3, WLKY 32 and WDRB-41. We will also post to our wall on Facebook.
VACATIONS

ideal Beauty Academy vacation closing to be announced. None of this time will count against a student’s allowed absences. If a student elects to take a vacation at a different time of year, those hours will count as part of the students allowed absences.

OUR TEACHING METHOD

Our teaching system has been developed over many years. It involves quality products available on the market along with current techniques. Our Cosmetology students have been successful due to our unique instructional program that is divided into three levels
Level 1 – Introductory work in skills and theory covering: Basic training in styling, haircutting and permanents, basic training in all chemical applications, basic background in anatomy, physiology, chemistry, sterilization, etc.

Level 2 – Students begin to work with live models in the clinic area under instructor supervision. Time is devoted to teaching specialized activities.

Level 3 – Additional clinic work under instructor supervision with advanced work in hair shaping, styling, salon management and related material
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

1. Personal interview required of each student.
2. Complete all admission forms and essay.
3. High school diploma or equivalent (GED), ideal Beauty Academy does not recognize diplomas not recognized by the state.

“Students who are issued a diploma by the administrator (parent or legal guardian) of an Indiana home school possess a legally issued, non-accredited diploma according to the State of Indiana. Home schools, like all other non-accredited, nonpublic schools, may legally issue a diploma to students that complete the graduation requirements of that school, as established by that school.
Indiana law requires home schools to give instruction equivalent to public schools but does not bind any requirements set fourth with regard to curriculum or the content of educational programs offered by the school.” http:// www.doe.in.gov/student-services/home-school/
“Students from non-certified, private schools or home schools do not receive a diploma recognized by the Kentucky Department of Education.”- Non-Public or Private Schools in Kentucky Information Packet, http://education.ky.gov/pages/search.aspx?s=EDUCATION&k=homeschooldiploma,
4. Registration fee, which is due by first day of class unless prior arrangements are made.
5. See page 16 for transfer policy.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Cosmetology Each student must complete the following:
1. Complete 1500 (IN); 1800 (KY) clock hours of training
2. Complete the State practical requirements.
3. Satisfactorily pass all written test 75% or higher score.
4. All practical work with a 75% or higher score
a. Special practical assignment sheet
b. Practical exams 200 and 750 (IN); 300, 900 and 1350 (KY) hour exams must have a score of 75% or higher.
5. The student must take a final written exam and pass with a 75% or higher.
6. The student must take a final practical and oral and pass with a 75% or higher.
7. Satisfy all financial responsibilities to the school.
8. Complete state required forms (notarized) with attached 2×3 head and shoulder photo of yourself.
Esthetics Each student must complete the following:
1. Complete 700 (IN); 1000 (KY) clock hours of training
2. Complete the State practical requirements.
3. Satisfactorily pass all written test 75% or higher score.
4. All practical work with a 75% or higher score
a. Special practical assignment sheet
b. Practical exams 90 and 350 (IN); 300, 600 and 900 (KY) hour exams must have a score of 75% or higher.
5. The student must take a final written exam and pass with a 75% or higher.
6. The student must take a final practical and oral exam and pass with a 75% or higher.
7. Satisfy all financial responsibilities to the school.
8. Complete state required forms (notarized) with attached 2×3 head and shoulder photo of yourself.
Nail Technology Each student must complete the following:
1. Complete 450 (IN); 600 (KY) clock hours of training
2. Complete the State practical requirements.
3. Satisfactorily pass all written test 75% or higher score.
4. All practical work with a 75% or higher score
a. Special practical assignment sheet
b. Practical exams 40 and 200 (IN); 150 and 300 (KY) hour exams must have a score of 75% or higher.
5. The student must take a final written exam and pass with a 75% or higher.
6. The student must take a final practical and oral exam and pass with a 75% or higher.
7. Satisfy all financial responsibilities to the school.
8. Complete state required forms (notarized) with attached 2×3 head and shoulder photo of yourself.

Instructors Each student must complete the following:
1. Complete 1000 (IN); 1000 (KY) clock hours of training
2. Complete the State practical requirements.
3. Satisfactorily pass all written test 75% or higher score.
4. All practical work with a 75% or higher score
c. Special practical assignment sheet
d. Practical exams 200 and 750 (IN); 300, 900 and 1350 (KY) hour exams must have a score of 75% or higher.
5. The student must take a final written exam and pass with a 75% or higher.
6. The student must take a final practical and oral and pass with a 75% or higher.
7. Satisfy all financial responsibilities to the school.
8. Complete state required forms (notarized) with attached 2×3 head and shoulder photo of yourself.

Upon graduation students will receive a certificate of course completion. This certificate will be signed and dated by the school administration and will have the student’s name and date of graduation. This paperwork will not be completed in IN until the student passes their state written exam. You must bring the original pass report to be sent off to IN state board.
In Kentucky students must complete application to be sent to KY state board for testing to become licensed.

COURSES AVAILABLE AT IDEAL BEAUTY ACADEMY

Cosmetology
A basic course consisting of a minimum of 1500 (IN); 1800 (KY) clock hours of training is required. It includes the following minimum curriculum. A student who completes this course and successfully passes a state board examination will be prepared to enter into the salon as a cosmetologist, hairstylist, and hair designer.

Indiana
Subject: Total Hours:
Haircutting 275
Sanitation 40
Statutes & rules 10
Salesmanship 10
Management 10
Manicuring 30
Pedicuring 20
Hair Removal (waxing) 15
Eyebrow, Upper lip and chin
Anatomy & Physiology 5
Skin 5
Hair 5
Electricity 5
Chemistry 10
Shampooing 35
Scalp Treatments 20
Facials & Makeup 65
Hair Coloring 190
Texture Services 320
Hairstyling 280
(weaving, pressing & fingerwaves)
Discretionary Hours 150
Total Curriculu 1500

Kentucky
450 minimum hours for science and theory
1305 minimum hours for clinic and practice
45 hours for state law
1. Curriculum for freshmen students.
A. Theory and related theory class, 100 hours.
1. General theory, including Kentucky cosmetology law and applicable
administrative regulations promulgated thereunder.2. Clinical theory.
3. Lecturing theory.
B. Clinical and related theory class (freshman practice class on students or
mannequins), 200 hours.
1. Cold waves.
2. Facials and make-up.
3. Complete “S” formations or complete finger waves.
4. Pin curl technique.
5. Hair shaping.
6. Hair styling techniques.
7. Lash and brow tint.
8. Eyebrow arches.
9. Nail technology.
10. Scalp treatments.
11. Shampooing.
12. Hair coloring, bleaching, and rinsing (mixing and formulas).
13. Heat permanent.
14. Safety measures.
2. Curriculum for junior and senior students.
A. Theory and related theory class, 500 hours, including:
1. Professional practices;
2. Life sciences (general anatomy);
3. Physical sciences (chemistry and treatment);
4. Hair designing safety measures; and
5. Kentucky cosmetology laws and applicable administrative regulations.
B. Clinical class, 1,000 hours.
1. Hair conditioning treatments.
2. Scalp treatments.
3. Hair shaping.
4. Shampoos.
5. Cold waves.
6. Chemical hair relaxing (permanent wave).
7. Complete “S” formation and complete finger waves.
8. Pin curl techniques.
9. Hair styles.
10. Iron curling.
11. Hair coloring and toning.
12. Bleaches and frostings.
13. Facials and make-up.
14. Nail technology.
15. Lash and brow tints.
16. Eyebrow arches.
17. Color rinses (certified color).
18. Wiggery.
19. Professional ethics and good grooming.
20. Salesmanship.
21. Reception desk and telephone answering.
22. Recordkeeping.
23. Dispensary (procedures for ordering supplies and retail merchandise).
24. Personality development.
25. Salon management.
26. Public relations.

Nail Technology
A basic course consisting of a minimum of 450 (IN); 600 (KY) clock hours of training is required. It includes the following minimum curriculum. A student who completes this course and successfully passes a state board examination will be prepared to enter into the salon as a manicurist or nail technician.

Indiana
Subject Total Hours
Sanitation 40
Anatomy & Disorders 25
Laws 10
Nail Techniques 200
Tips, Sculptures, Overlays, Gels,
Wraps, Acrylics, etc.
Manicuring 60
Pedicuring 35
Chemistry 10
Salesmanship 15
Electric Drill/File 20
Discretionary Hours 35
Total Curriculum 450

Kentucky
1. Science and theory; 200 hours.
A.1. Equipment;
2. Sterilization;
3. Sanitation;
4. Chemistry and types of artificial nails;
5. Public and personal hygiene safety measures; and
6. Statutes and administrative regulations governing cosmetology and
nail technology.
B. Nail condition and manicure techniques.
C. Hand and arm massage.
D. Science pertaining to areas of hands and arms.
E. 1. Personality;
2. Grooming;
3. Salon management;
4. Professional ethics; and
5. Cosmetic theory laws.
F. Nails:
1. Structure and composition;
2. Growth and regeneration; and
3. Irregularities.
2. Clinical; 400 hours.
A. Oil and plain manicure.
B. Nail polish changes;
1. Nail polish changes;
2. Moons;
3. Half-moons; and
4. Tips.
C. Hand and arm massage.
D. Safety measures.
E. Care of equipment.
F. Removal of stains.
G. Repair work including wraps and tips.
H. Buffing.
I. Application of lacquer.
J. Application of artificial nails.

Esthetics
A basic course consists of a minimum of 700 (IN), 1000 (KY) clock hours of training as required by the Kentucky Board of Cosmetology. It includes the following minimum curriculum. A student who completes this course and successfully passes a state board examination will be prepared to enter into the salon as an esthetician and makeup artist.

Indiana
Subject Total Hours
Chemistry 40
Physiology & Histology 60
Bacteriology & Sanitation 35
Introduction & operation to Skin Care Machinery 50
Introduction to Skin Care 45
Skin Care 155
Makeup 55
Hair Removal 70
Introduction to advanced spa techniques 25
Safety Precautions 20
Professional & Personality Development 20
Salesmanship, marketing, salon management & retail 45
State Statutes & rules 10
Discretionary Hours 70
Total Curriculum 700

Kentucky
1. Curriculum for beginning students:
A. Theory and related theory class, 100 hours.
1. General theory, including applicable Kentucky statutes and
administrative regulations and applicable federal requirements.
2. Clinical theory.
3. Scientific lecturing theory.
B. Clinical and related theory class with clinical practice class on students
or mannequins, 200 hours.
1. Skin analysis.
2. Esthetic practices.
3. Diseases and disorders of the skin.
4. Electricity and light therapy.
5. Sanitation and sterilization.
6. Basic facials.
7. Chemistry.
8. Color theory and makeup.
9. Introduction and safety of machines.
10. Procedures for arching by tweezing or waxing.
2. The curriculum for students with more than 700 hours shall include theory and
clinical practice as follows:
A. Chemical peels – 100 hours.
B. Esthetic practices – 275 hours.
1. Consultation.
2. Skin analysis.
3. Facial and body treatments.
4. Disorders and diseases of the skin.
5. Electricity and light therapy.
6. Eyebrow arching by tweezing or waxing.
7. Skin care machines – proper use and safety.
8. Techniques of massage.
9. Artificial eyelash application.
10. Lash and brow tinting.
C. Facial and body procedures with and without machines including
disincrustation, ionization, all skin types, acne, body wraps – 125 hours.
D. Makeup application and artistry including corrective and camouflage –
fifty (50) hours.
E. Removal of excess or unwanted hair by tweezing or waxing – twenty-
five (25) hours.
F. Beautifying or cleansing of the body with preparations, antiseptics,
tonics, lotions or creams – twenty-five (25) hours.
G. Providing preoperative and postoperative skin care under the
immediate supervision of a licensed physician-seventy-five (75) hours.
H. Salon management – twenty-five (25) hours.

Instructor Program
This course is 1000 hours at both our Kentucky and Indiana locations.
The course requires a Cosmetology or Esthetics license from the respective state licensing authority.
The Instructors program focused on teaching methodology and preparing future artists for their careers.

HOUSING

Housing is not offered. Rooms and apartments are available within walking distance of the school. Public parking is available.

JOB COUNSELING SERVICES

The school through contact with local salons maintains a placement assistance service for graduates. These job openings are posted , however we cannot guarantee employment. Counseling is provided through the Director upon request from the student.

PROGRAM COSTS

Cosmetology KY(1800 HRS @ $8.50/hr. IN(1500 HRS @ $8.50/hr.
Tuition $15,300.00 $12,750.00
Registration Fee* 100.00 100.00
Books /Supplies* 1570.00 1570.00
Tax 94.20 109.90
Total Cost $17,064.20 $14,529.90

*Student Registration Fee and Books and Equipment are non-refundable – non-returnable after it has been issued to the student. $8.50 per hour will be charged to any student who fails to complete their contracted hours of training within in the allotted contract time. This charge will be applied only after the contract ending date.

Esthetics KY 1000 HRS @$12.00/hr. IN(700 HRS @ $12.00/hr.
Tuition $ 12,000.00 $ 8,400.00
Registration Fee* 100.00 100.00
Books /Supplies* 1100.00 1100.00
Tax 66.00 77.00
Total $ 13,266.00 $ 9,677.00

*Student Registration Fee and Books and Equipment are non-refundable – non-returnable after it has been issued to the student. $12.00 hour will be charged to any student who fails to complete their contracted hours of training within in the allotted contract time.

Nail Technology KY 600 HRS @ $10.00/hr. IN 450 HRS @ $10.00/hr.
Tuition $ 6,000.00 $ 4,500.00
Registration Fee* 100.00 100.00
Books /Supplies* 1,000.00 1000.00
Tax 60.00 70.00
Total $ 7,160.00 $ 5,670.00

*Student Registration Fee, books and equipment are non-refundable – non-returnable after receipt and issuance. $10.00 per hour will be charged to any student who fails to complete contracted hours of training within in the allotted contract time. This charge will be applied only after the contract ending date. Methods of payment include cash payments set by business office, financial aid and scholarships.

Instructor Program KY 1000 HRS @ $5.50/hr. IN 1000 HRS @ $5.50/hr.
Tuition $ 5500.00 $ 5500.00
Registration Fee* 100.00 100.00
Total $ 5600.00 $ 5600.00

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

An applicant rejected by the school shall be entitled to a refund of all monies paid

If a student (or in the case of a minor, his /her parents or guardian of dependent minor) cancels his / her enrollment and demands his / her money back in writing, within three business days of the signing of the enrollment agreement or contract, all monies collected by the school shall be refunded. The postmark on the written notification will determine the cancellation date, or the date said information is delivered to the school administration/owner in person. This policy applies regardless of whether or not the student has started training.

If a student (or in the case of a minor, his /her parents or guardian of dependent minor) cancels his/her enrollment after three business days from signing the contract but prior to entering classes, he/she shall be entitled to a refund of all monies paid to the school less the registration fee* of $100.00. Student must cancel in Writing.

If the school closes permanently and the school does not have a teach-out plan, students shall receive a pro-rated refund of tuition.

If a course is cancelled subsequent to a student’s enrollment, and before instruction in the course has begun, the school shall at its option:
a.) provide a full refund of all monies paid, or
b.) provide completion of the course
Students who withdraw or are dismissed prior to graduation will be charged $150.00 termination/drop out fee and the following schedule of tuition adjustment is authorized based on the students actual hours accumulated as of the last day of attendance. The following calculation applies to ALL terminations for any reason, by either party, including student decision, course or program cancellation, or school closure.

Amount of Total Tuition
% Of Actual Hours Attended owed to the school

.01% – 5.5% 10%
5.6% – 10.5% 20%
10.6% – 15.5% 30% _________
15.1% – 25% 40%
25.1% to 50% 70%
50.1% and over 100%

*Equipment, Books, and Supplies are non-refundable after being issued to students.

Enrollment time is defined as the time elapsed between the actual starting date and the student’s last date of physical attendance in the school. Any monies due the applicant or student shall be refunded within 45 days of formal cancellation by the student as defined above, or formal termination by the school which shall occur no more than 45 days from the last day of physical attendance. A student on an approved leave of absence notifies the school that he or she will not return. The date of withdrawal shall be the earlier of the date of expiration of the leave of absence or the date the student notifies the institution that the student will not be returning. Unofficial withdraws are determined by the school through monitoring student clock hour attendance weekly.

FINANCING OPTIONS

Cash Payment — The Cash option allows students to either pay their program costs in full prior to the start date of the program or make monthly payment until the balance is paid in full.
VA Contract Billing Program (if applicable) — Students who are eligible to receive tuition assistance from the Veteran’s Administration must submit the military form to the school’s Financial Aid Office prior to the first class session in order for the school’s Financial Aid Office to bill the Veteran Affair for the student’s program costs.
Financial Aid Programs — Financial aid consists of funding provided through federal sources to help cover educational expenses. This funding consists of Pell Grant that not have to be repaid and loans that have a variety of repayment options. Financial Aid is available for those who qualify and there are different types of Financial Aid Programs.

FINANCIAL AID

The school’s Financial Aid Office offers assistance to students seeking financial aid for their educational costs while complying with all federal, state and institutional regulations. Anyone seeking financial aid information or assistance, or seeking consumer information at the school will be provided with access to the required financial aid forms and disclosures, the school catalog which provides a brief description of the Financial Aid process and explains how financial aid information and assistance may be obtained. The school Financial Aid Representative can assist students in determining if they qualify for any of the following types of Financial Aid:
Federal Pell Grant: The Federal Pell Grant is a need-based federal grant for undergraduate students and it does not require repayment
William D. Ford Direct Loan Program: The William D. Ford Direct Loan Program offers low interest, government-funded loans that include Direct Stafford Loans (subsidized and unsubsidized), Direct Parent Loans (PLUS) and Direct Consolidation Loans. These long-term loans are available to students who are enrolled at least half- time in school.
Direct Subsidized Stafford Loan: The Direct Subsidized Stafford Loan is a need-based loan. The interest rate varies annually and is paid by the government while students are in school at least half- time and during any periods of deferment. Loan repayment begins six months after students graduate, leave school or drop below half-time enrollment status.
Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan: The Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan is a non-need-based loan available to all eligible students regardless of income. The interest rate varies annually and begins to accrue at the time of disbursement. Students are responsible for paying accrued interest but may choose to defer and capitalize interest payments. Loan repayment begins six months after students graduate, leave school or drop below half-time status.
Direct Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students (PLUS): For students who qualify as a dependent, parents may choose to use the Direct Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students to borrow up to the total cost of their child’s education, minus any other aid the child may be eligible for. The loan is credit based, the interest rate varies annually and loan interest begins to accrue at the time of disbursement. Loan repayment typically begins within 60 days after the loan has been fully disbursed.

APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID
Students who are interested in applying for Federal Financial Aid assistance are required to complete and sign a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and several forms to begin the process. All documents must be submitted in a timely manner to allow the Financial Aid Office adequate time to process an application for Financial Aid.

To apply for Financial Aid:
The student must apply for a FSA ID at the following website: https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm. Once that has been completed, the student may now complete their FAFSA at https://fafsa.ed.gov/. After those have been completed, you must now complete a Federal Student Loan Entrance Counseling Session and complete and submit the Direct Loan Master Promissory Note at https://studentloans.gov/myDirectLoan/index.action. In addition, the student must complete and submit other required forms or documentation as requested by the school’s Financial Aid Office.

RETURN OF TITLE IV FUNDS

A determination of the amount of any Title IV aid to be returned in accordance with the Department of Education Guidelines (R2T4 drop calculation form). The termination date, for refunds computation purposes, will be determined by the postmark on written notification, or the date said information is delivered to the school administrator in person. The refund must be calculated within 30 days of the withdrawal date, and all refunds will be made within 45 days of termination or receipt of the written cancellation. For purposes of calculating the date of withdrawal, attendance is monitored on a daily basis to determine unofficial withdrawal. If a student is absent 14 consecutive calendar days in Indiana or 10 school days in Kentucky, and was not granted an approved leave of absence, the student will be considered to have withdrawn. An eligible Title IV aid recipient who fails to complete over 60% of a payment period is considered to have not earned all the federal aid that may have been previously awarded. A required calculation will be performed to determine the portion of the unearned federal student aid that must be returned to the U.S. Department of Education. In many cases, this policy may also result in the student owing a refund to the Department of Education.
*This institution honors that all monies to be refunded to the student, will be refunded within 45 days of notification.

SCHOLARSHIPS

Each spring we have a hair design competition that results in scholarships being given out based on what place the competitor places. The competition is judged by a group of cosmetologist who may or may not work for the institution and they follow guidelines set by the management of the school.

TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS

A transcript of the student’s record will be issued to the student upon written request provided all money owed the school has been paid in accordance with the above policy and a transcript fee of $10.00 has been paid.
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DISCLOSURE OF EDUCATIONAL RECORDS/STUDENT PRIVACY

All students, parents or guardians of dependent minor students, proper authorities of the schools and government agencies have the right to inspect, review, and challenge information contained in the educational records of the school. The student’s records may be reviewed with the director of the school at a time that is during normal business hours. The director of the school will assist the student or allowed party to evaluate the records.

Education records are defined as files, materials and documents, which contain information directly related to the student such as name, address, and phone number of the student, date and place of birth, major field of study, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, date of graduation, previous school attended, and/or date of graduation from previous school and maintained by the institution.

Before publishing “directory information” such as name, address, and phone number of student, date and place of birth, major field of study, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, date of graduation, previous school attended , and/or date of graduation from previous school, allow the student or guardian to deny authority to publish one or more of these items:

Provide and permit access to student and other school records as required for any accreditation process initiated by the institution or by the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences, or in response to a directive of the Commission.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION

The applicants enrolling for this course must be free from contagious and infectious diseases and mentally and physically able to perform the work required.

NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY

ideal Beauty Academy, in its admission, instruction, financial and graduation policy practices no discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, sex, creed, religion, ethnic origin, financial status or country or area of residence.

TERMINATION POLICY

ideal Beauty Academy may terminate or suspend, at the directors discretion any students engaged in the following: under the influence of illegal drug(s), influenced by alcohol while attending school, consistent failing grade, poor attendance, physical fight(s) on school premises, theft, violating school rules and regulations, continuously disrupting students learning process, or disrespecting students/instructors or found unfit for the beauty industry.

STUDENT INFORMATION RELEASE POLICY

1. Request for information on a former student/ student of ideal Beauty Academy may be made in writing, or upon proper identification, by telephone.
2. A written request must state precise information requested.
3. A written request must be signed and dated.
4. Upon receipt of the above written request, the Director of ideal Beauty Academy will discuss with the student and/or parent (if the student is a dependent minor) if the student and/or parent will sign the release form for a specific person. If the student and/or parent do sign, the information will be forwarded or released by phone. Graduating students will be allowed to leave a signed release upon graduation.
5. Each and every student and/or parent, or past student of ideal Beauty Academy has the right to access his or her records for review at any time (as pre-arranged with the Director, during normal business hours).
6. The Director will provide proper supervision and interpretation of student records being reviewed.
7. Transcript service for eligible students is available upon request for a fee of $10.00 each.
8. ideal Beauty Academy as required by law will maintain and store all student records for a period of 7 years after the student leaves school regardless of whether the student graduates or not.
9. If a graduate chooses not to release information from their files, the school manager/owner will only inform the interested parties as to public information of whether the student did or did not graduate and the approximate date of graduation.
10. All material which pertains to any students’ financial records will be stored in the students personal records which are in the fire proof file cabinet. These records may only be accessed by the school manager, the financial aid officer, or authorized third parties.

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICSTICS

The majority of the students graduating locate employment due to their education received at the Academy. Due to the ever-increasing dollars spent in the beauty industry, students have an excellent opportunity to obtain a position. Our Academy and staff have constant inquiries from employers about graduates.

HOW ARE STUDENTS ARE DOING

The totals below are from our 2014 NACCAS annual report & are the combined totals from both our Kentucky and Indiana campuses.

A. 57% of our students scheduled to graduate in 2014 went on to graduate;
B. 62 %, of our students that graduated in that year have found jobs. (Figure includes students who have
completed their course but who have not yet taken their licensure exam)
C. 76 % of our graduates taking the beauty culturist’s exam administered by the State of Indiana &
Kentucky in 2014 passed that examination.
RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE SCHOOL

1. All students must be clocked in and in class at the start of each session.

2. If you are more than 10 minutes late, you may not enter the class room for theory session. .

3. If a student must be absent from school, please call the office before 10:00 am Tuesday through Saturday. A letter must be submitted stating reasons for any absences beyond three (3) days.

4. Students must make up time for absences. A charge of an hourly rate as stated on student contract will be charged to any student who fails to complete their training within the allotted contract date. This charge will be applied only after the contract ending date.

5. Students are not permitted to leave the school while clocked in without permission from the office.

6. Students will have one half hour off for lunch.

7. Each student will check only himself or herself IN and OUT at the time clock.
8. For a more professional appearance, student’s uniforms shall consist of:
Black T-shirt
Black slacks or skirt (skirt must cover knees, skirt or pants may not touch floor)
Black closed toe shoes (leather or vinyl required)
Socks or Pantyhose (Black or skin toned)
No Denim or Corduroy Material (this means NO Jeans)
Name tag (1 name tag will be provided for each student. If it is lost or misplaced, it is the
Responsibility of the student to purchase a replacement)
9. Students must obey all rules of personal hygiene and sanitation.
10. Students are responsible for their own personal property and equipment.
11. An average passing grade must be made in order to graduate from school. If, at the end of two (2) months training, the progress report indicates the student has not reached that level, a conference will be scheduled with the student. The student will be put on probation and given individualized instruction until satisfactory level is achieved.

12. Students must have their kits and books ready for use and inspection at all times.

13. Students cannot use the school business telephone to place outgoing calls or receive incoming calls. Cell phones and or pagers are not permitted to be in use in any form inside the school.

14. Each student will at all times while attending school be in proper, clean, school required uniform; with hair groomed; with a complete set of equipment and tools and behave as perfect ladies and gentlemen toward patrons, instructors and fellow students or be subject to immediate dismissal from school.

15. Chewing gum and food on the clinic floor or in the classroom is prohibited.

16. Unsatisfactory progress scores will be retested within 7 days. If still not passed, the student must retake in 1 month.

17. The student must make up all missed tests (which are limited to only three tests failed) before they may return to school and resume their clock-in training.

18. Students will be required to make cash payments on tuition charges each month until they return to satisfactory attendance levels.

19. These rules and regulations may be changed at any time at the discretion of the Owner/Director and any subsequent changes will be posted to the attention if the students.

SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS POLICY

The Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy is consistently applied to all students enrolled at the school. It is printed in the catalog to ensure that all students receive a copy prior to enrollment. The policy complies with the guidelines established by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences (NACCAS) and the federal regulations established by the United States Department of Education.

EVALUATION PERIODS
Students are evaluated for Satisfactory Academic Progress as follows:
Cosmetology 450, 900, 1250 (IN) and 450, 900, 1350 (KY) clocked (actual) hours
Esthetics 350 (IN) and 450, 900 (KY) clocked (actual) hours
Manicuring 225 (IN) and 300 (KY) clocked (actual) hours

*Transfer Students- Midpoint of the contracted hours or the established evaluation periods, whichever comes first.

Evaluations will determine if the student has met the minimum requirements for satisfactory academic progress. The frequency of evaluations ensures that students have ample opportunity to meet both the attendance and academic progress requirements of at least one evaluation by midpoint in the course.

SUMMER TERMS
Our institution offers continual courses and therefore does not offer a standard summer term.

MAJORS, DEGREES, AND SECOND DEGREES
We are a for profit post-secondary school and do not offer majors, degrees or second degrees. Upon graduation, the student will be given a certificate of completion.

ATTENDANCE PROGRESS EVALUATIONS
Students are required to attend a minimum of 67% of the hours possible based on the applicable attendance schedule in order to be considered maintaining satisfactory attendance progress. Evaluations are conducted at the end of each evaluation period to determine if the student has met the minimum requirements. The attendance percentage is determined by dividing the total hours accrued by the total number of hours scheduled. At the end of each evaluation period, the school will determine if the student has maintained at least 67% cumulative attendance since the beginning of the course which indicates that, given the same attendance rate, the student will graduate within the maximum time frame allowed.

QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE FACTORS
Factors for measuring the student’s progress toward satisfactory completion of the program include maintaining:

• A minimum cumulative Theory grade level of 75% or higher.
• A minimum cumulative academic level of 75% or higher on practical worksheet completion.*
• To determine whether a student meets the academic requirements for Satisfactory progress, theory and practical grades are averaged together to give a cumulative academic grade of 75% or higher.
• A minimum cumulative attendance of 67% of their scheduled hours**

*To meet the state practical requirements for graduation, students must eventually complete monthly practical worksheets 100%.
**We post updated hours on the 1st and 15th of every month.

A student who has not achieved the minimum cumulative GPA of 75% and/or who has not successfully completed at least a cumulative rate of attendance of 67% is not eligible for Title IV assistance, if applicable, unless the student is on warning or has prevailed upon appeal of the determination that has resulted in status of probation.

COMPLETION OF COURSE WITHIN DESIGNATED PERIOD OF TIME
Full-time day students will attend five (5) days (Tuesday through Saturday); 35 hours per week, 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM for the entire length of their contracted hours. Part time students attend four (4) days (Tuesday through Saturday, excluding one day), 28 hours per week, from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Information regarding other course schedules is available upon inquiry. The state of Indiana requires 1500 clock hours for the cosmetology course, 700 for esthetics, 450 for nail technology, and 1000 for the instructor course. The state of Kentucky requires 1800 clock hours for the cosmetology course, 1000 for esthetics, 600 for nail technology, and 1000 for the instructor course. Students are expected to complete the course in no more than 125% of the program length.

MAXIMUM TIME FRAME
The maximum time (which does not exceed 125% of the course length) allowed for students to complete each course at satisfactory academic progress is stated below:

COURSE MAXIMUM TIME ALLOWED
Course Name Course Length in Hours Maximum Time Frame/Scheduled Hours
Cosmetology 1500 (IN); 1800 (KY) 2250 (IN); 2700 (KY)
Esthetics 700 (IN); 1000 (KY) 1050 (IN); 1500 (KY)
Nail Technology 450 (IN); 600 (KY) 700 (IN); 900 (KY)
The maximum time allowed for transfer students who need less than the full course requirements or part-time students will be determined based on 80% of the scheduled hours.

ACADEMIC PROGRESS EVALUATIONS
The qualitative element used to determine academic progress is a reasonable system of grades as determined by assigned academic learning. Students are assigned academic learning and a minimum number of practical experiences. Academic learning is evaluated after each unit of study. All periods of enrollment count toward Satisfactory Academic Progress, including periods when a student does not receive Title IV federal aid. Practical assignments are evaluated as completed and counted toward course completion only when rated as satisfactory or better (the computer system will reflect completion of the practical assignment as a 100% rating). If the performance does not meet satisfactory requirements, it is not counted and the performance must be repeated. At least two comprehensive practical skills evaluations will be conducted during the course of study. Practical skills are evaluated according to text procedures and set forth in practical skills evaluation criteria adopted by the school. Students must maintain a written grade average of 75% and pass a FINAL written and practical exam prior to graduation. Students must make up failed or missed tests and incomplete assignments. Numerical grades are considered according to the following scale:

90 – 100 EXCELLENT
80 – 89 VERY GOOD
75 – 79 SATISFACTORY
70 – 74 BELOW STANDARDS – UNSATISFACTORY

DETERMINATION OF PROGRESS STATUS
Students meeting the minimum requirements for academics and attendance at the evaluation point are considered to be making satisfactory academic progress until the next scheduled evaluation. SAP evaluations are included in the students file which students can request access to at any time. Students deemed not maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress may have their Title IV Funding interrupted, unless the student is on warning or has prevailed upon appeal resulting in a status of probation.

WARNING
Students who fail to meet minimum requirements for attendance or academic progress are placed on warning and considered to be making satisfactory academic progress while during the warning period. The student will be advised in writing on the actions required to attain satisfactory academic progress by the next evaluation. If at the end of the warning period, the student has still not met both the attendance and academic requirements, he/she may be placed on probation and, if applicable, students may be deemed ineligible to receive Title IV funds.
PROBATION AND RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS
Students who fail to meet minimum requirements for attendance or academic progress after the warning period will be placed on probation and considered to be making satisfactory academic progress during the first probationary period. Additionally, only students who have the ability to meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy standards by the end of the evaluation period may be placed on probation. Students placed on an academic plan must be able to meet requirements set forth in the academic plan by the end of the next evaluation period. Students who are progressing according to their specific academic plan will be considered making Satisfactory Academic Progress. Students may re-establish satisfactory academic progress and Title IV aid, as applicable, by meeting minimum attendance and academic requirements by the end of the probationary period. The student will be advised in writing of the actions required to attain satisfactory academic progress by the next evaluation. If at the end of the probationary period, the student has still not met both the attendance and academic requirements required for satisfactory academic progress or by the academic plan, he/she will be determined as NOT making satisfactory academic progress and, if applicable, students will not be deemed eligible to receive Title IV funds. Student may appeal decision (see APPEAL PROCEDURE). If the student has not met academic and attendance requirements for two (2) consecutive evaluation periods, and does not prevail on appeal, the student will be determined as not making satisfactory progress and may be terminated. This policy applies to all students regardless of whether or not they are eligible for Title IV funding programs. In order to comply with DOE requirements the terminology financial aid warning or financial aid probation will be used for both Title IV and non-Title IV students.

RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF FINANCIAL AID (for those that qualify)
If applicable, Title IV financial aid will be reinstated to qualified students who have prevailed upon appeal or who have reestablished satisfactory progress by meeting the minimum cumulative attendance and academic requirements.

INTERRUPTIONS, COURSE INCOMPLETES, WITHDRAWALS
If enrollment is temporarily interrupted for a Leave of Absence, the student will return to school in the same progress status as prior to the leave of absence. Hours elapsed during a leave of absence will extend the student’s contract period and maximum time frame by the same number of days taken in the leave of absence and will not be included in the student’s cumulative attendance percentage calculation.

REPEATED COURSES
Repeated coursed are counted in the “hours attempted” calculation for financial aid purposes and the repeat grade is treated in the cumulative GPA in accordance with school policy.

NONCREDIT AND REMEDIAL COURSES
Noncredit and remedial courses do not apply to this institution. Therefore, these items have no effect upon the school’s satisfactory academic progress standards.

TRANSFER HOURS
With regard to Satisfactory Academic Progress, a student’s transfer hours will be counted as both attempted and earned hours for the purpose of determining when the allowable maximum time frame has been exhausted.

THEORY AND PRACTICAL EVALUATION

Daily and weekly records are kept and periodic testing is performed in practical skills and theory. The student is kept abreast of his/her strengths and weaknesses. Written theory tests are given over the subjects that are being taught in the unit of study. As the theory chapter is completed, the student will be given a written test that is scored on a scale as follows: 90-100%=A, 80-89%=B, 75-79%=C, below 75%=Failing.
 Cosmetology students will be given a Practical at: 200, 750 and 1500 (IN); 300, 900, 1350 and 1800 (KY)
 Esthetic Students will be given a Practical at: 90, 350 and 700 (IN); 300, 600, 900 and 1000 (KY)
 Manicuring students will be given a Practical at: 90, 350 and 450 (IN); 150, 300 and 600 (KY)
Any student that fails to maintain a minimum score of 75% will be scheduled for a counseling session with the director of the school.
Students have access to their SAP evaluation results by requesting to review them with office administration.

ATTENDANCE POLICY/PROGRESS

All students must attend a minimum of 67% of the cumulative scheduled hours to maintain Satisfactory Progress and complete the course within time allowed. The maximum time frame is equal to 1.25 times the published length of the course. Time off for authorized leaves of absences will not be considered in the maximum time frame evaluation. All students are expected to be in attendance as specified in their registration contract. All absences are recorded and made part of the school permanent record. The student is responsible for class material and/or tests missed with absence. Only the School Director may exercise discretion in scheduling when a student is nearing the completion of the program. Any action to be taken would be determined by the school administration. Students are encouraged not to miss any days during their scheduled demo or freshman phase.

Students who are on Title IV financial aid will be advised that in order to draw these funds, they must maintain satisfactory progress. In the event that the student fails to meet satisfactory progress the school will place the student on a warning until the next evaluation period. If the student fails to comply with satisfactory progress policy after the warning period they will be placed on probation and will not be eligible for Title IV aid unless the student prevails in the appeal process. If the student does not prevail in the appeal process the institution will develop an academic plan for the student that, if followed, will ensure that the student is able to meet the institution’s SAP requirements by the end of the subsequent evaluation period. If SAP is not reached the student will no longer be eligible to receive Title IV funds and at that time a student payment plan will be in place and must be met to maintain enrollment in the school. If not met it is at the discretion of the school director/owner if enrollment is terminated or not. When SAP requirements are met the student’s Title IV eligibility would be re-instated.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Should a student find it necessary to be out of school for a significant period of time, a leave of absence should be requested in writing in advance, if possible. The leave must be approved by the school. During an approved leave of absence, the student may not receive financial assistance. A student is allowed one or more leave per 12-month period for a total up to 180 calendar days. A leave of absence will extend a student’s maximum time frame and contract end date by the same number of days in the leave of absence.

If for any reason the student does not return from their leave when scheduled, without contacting school official, they will be administratively dropped from ideal Beauty Academy and their financial aid that remains will be returned to the lender and applied to their account as set out in their contract.

RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF ATTENDANCE

If a student finds it necessary to discontinue scheduled classes for reasons beyond their control (health, family health, injury, etc.) All financial aid shall be held by the school until such time as the student shall re-enter classes. If the student is placed on probation all eligible funds shall be administered by the school and applied to the student account as needed for the length of the probation period, as the student on probation will be considered as meeting satisfactory progress. If the student is suspended, all financial aid funds will be returned to the appropriate agencies if the student fails to re-enter. If the student does re-enter, within the appropriate time period, the school will ask the lender to reissue the funds.

Any student that discontinues classes or is suspended for any reason may re-enter school by scheduling a counseling session with the manager of the school to establish future goals and class schedules as well as any additional documentation that may be needed.

Course incompletes, repetitions (within 3 years (IN); within 5 years (KY)) and non-credit remedial courses have no effect upon the institution’s SAP standards because the institution has no such policies.

TRANSFER STUDENTS

ideal Beauty Academy may accept hours that a student has accrued at another school unless the student is unable to complete the min requirements set by the state board in the allotted time described by said board. Transfer students must attend and pay for a minimum number of hours as determined by management and required by State Law. Credit for hours accumulated at the former school shall be applied if certification of the hours and progress has been received at ideal Beauty Academy before the student’s graduation and complete the State Board requirements in the allowed amount of time. Transfer hours from another institution that are excepted toward the student’s educational program are counted as both attempted and completed hours for the purpose of determining when the allowable maximum time-frame has been exhausted (see Length of Course pg. 15).
Reciprocity is defined as the ability of a cosmetologist licensed in one state to obtain a license in another state. It is necessary to obtain from the Indiana State Board of Cosmetology or the Kentucky Board of Hairdressers & Cosmetologists specific requirements as it relates to reciprocity for a particular state.

ideal Beauty Academy does not recruit students already attending another school.

RE-ENROLLMENT

Any student that discontinues classes or is suspended for any reason my re-enter school by scheduling a counseling session with the manager of the school to establish future goals and class schedules as well as any additional documentation that may be needed. Students re-enrolling must be approved by enrollment committee.
If a student is dismissed or discontinues classes while meeting satisfactory progress; they may re-enter classes as set forth in the school re-enrollment procedures as meeting satisfactory school progress. If a student is dismissed or discontinues classes and is not meeting satisfactory progress, they may re-enter classes but return in the same progress as when they dismissed/discontinued classes.

CAMPUS SECURITY/CRIME REPORTING POLICIES

A. Timely Warnings: In the event that a situation arises, either on or off campus, that in the judgment of the Owner/Manager constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat, a verbal and written warning will be issued. Anyone with information warranting a warning should report the situation to the Owner/Manager at 502-290-4700.

B. Policy for Reporting The Annual Disclosure of Crimes Statistics: The Administration Office of this school prepares this report to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act. The information in this report is compiled by the Administration Office with the help of the Owner/Manager, and local law enforcement

C. To Report A Crime: All students and staff are to report any breach of school security such as theft, assault, or misconduct to the Owner/Manager of the school as soon as possible after the occurrence of the act, either in person or by calling 502-290-4700. If the Owner/Manager is unavailable notify the Administration Office or one of your instructors who will in turn see that the Owner/Manager is notified.
The Owner/Manager will be responsible to contact any authority such as local or state police, fire or medical personnel that might be required. The security of the school is monitored by the Owner/Manager continuously during normal business hours. Any breach of security, such as assault, robbery, sale of controlled substances, etc. will be reported to the local police and full prosecution will follow if needed.
ideal Beauty Academy does not have a campus security or police force. We report all crimes directly to the proper civil authorities.

D. Policy Statement Addressing Voluntary Confidential Reporting: ideal Beauty Academy has no policy regarding Voluntary Confidential Reporting.

E. Policy Statement Addressing Limited Voluntary Confidential Reporting: ideal Beauty Academy has no policy regarding Limited Voluntary Confidential Reporting.

F. Policy Addressing Security and Access: The security of the school is monitored by the Owner/Manager continuously during normal business hours. During normal business hours the school is open to the students, staff and clientele. During non business hours the school is accessible only by personnel with keys. After hours an alarm system is in place which is monitored by a local Security Firm. ideal Beauty Academy has no residence halls, therefore there is no policy concerning their security.

G. Campus Police Authority and Jurisdiction: ideal Beauty Academy has no campus police.

H. Policy Statement Addressing Counselors: ideal Beauty Academy does not have Pastoral or Licensed Professional Counselors. Students are encouraged to share any challenge that is creating conflict for them. If outside professional help is needed, a referral is made, and the student is given the name of the appropriate agency and telephone number. The following is an example of professionals trained in dealing with personal crisis management. Crisis Intervention 812-949-7305,
Alchol/Drug Abuse 812-218-0571, Center for Counseling & Wellness 812-949-9241.

I. Policy Statement Addressing Security Awareness: The consumer information, crime report, is updated October 1 of each year. Each team member, student, and perspective student may view the crime report on line at www.idealbeautyacademy.net. The crime report is located on the consumer information page.

The Owner/Director of the school will discuss during orientation class on the first day of class the importance of the students to always guard against theft of personal property as well as the theft or misuse of school property. The Owner/Manager will direct all students and staff to report all such activities to the office as soon as possible.

J. Policy Statement Addressing Crime Prevention Programs: ideal Beauty Academy has no Crime Prevention Programs available.

K. Policy Statement Addressing Criminal Activity Off Campus: ideal Beauty Academy has no off campus facilities. If a crime is committed off campus, contact the Louisville Metro Police by calling 911.

L. Policy Statement Addressing Alcoholic Beverages: The school through the Owner/Manager will report all illicit alcohol activities occurring that our students are involved in directly to local authorities. All students are encouraged to report any violations immediately.

M. Policy Statement Addressing Illegal Drugs: Although ideal Beauty Academy has no off campus organizations to which our students belong or reside, the school through the Owner/Manger will report all illicit drug or alcohol activities, including the possession, sale, manufacture, or distribution occurring that our students are involved in directly to local authorities. The possession, sale, manufacture, or distribution of any controlled substance is illegal under both state and federal laws. Such laws are strictly enforced. Violators are subject to criminal prosecution, fine, imprisonment and expulsion from school. ideal Beauty Academy is a Drug Free environment and any employee or student in violation will be immediately dismissed or expelled..

N. Policy Statement Addressing Substance Abuse Education: The management of ideal Beauty Academy has adopted and put into force a Drug Free School program. All students are given a copy of our policies in their student handbooks during orientation, and are gone over in detail. In addition all Students receiving financial aid are given Drug and Alcohol Counseling, including a brochure requiring their signature.

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Incidents: On March 7, 2013, President Obama signed a bill that strengthened and reauthorized of the Violence Against Women Act. Included in the bill was the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (Campus SaVE), which amends the Jeanne Clery Act and affords additional rights to campus victims of sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.

Following are the statistics for the following crimes occurring on campus for the past 3 calendar years:
Crisis Number Reported (KY/IN)
2014 2015 2016
Murder/Non-Negligent Manslaughter 0 0 0
Negligent Manslaughter 0 0 0
Sex Offenses, Forcible 0 0 0
Sex Offenses, Non-Forcible 0 0 0
Robbery/Theft 0/1 0 0
Aggravated Assault 0 0 0
Burglary, forced 0 0 0
Burglary, non-forced 0 0 0
Motor Vehicle Theft 0 0 0
Arson 0 0 0
Liquor Law Arrests 0 0 0
Liquor Law Violations referred for disciplinary action 0 0 0
Drug Law Arrests 0 0 0
Drug violations referred for disciplinary action 0 0 0
Illegal Weapons Possession Arrests 0 0 0
Illegal Weapons Possession Violations referred for disciplinary action 0 0 0
TOTALS 0/1 0 0

VAWA (Violence Against Women Act)
Domestic Violence n/a 0 0
Dating Violence n/a 0 0
Stalking n/a 0 0

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