Clery Act: A Refresher for the Whole Campus Webcast Recording

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Clery Act compliance is increasingly complex for campus administrators, particularly as institutions continue to grow their enrollments and expand their physical campus footprint. Even institutions with the best of intentions and regular training can mis-report incidents, which can result in costly civil penalties, intense negative publicity, and suspension from federal aid programs. Now is the time to reassess whether your institution is meeting its regulatory requirements.

Join us online for a comprehensive look at how to meet your ongoing Clery obligations. With an eye on the updated version of “The Handbook for Campus Safety and Security Reporting” and its revised guidelines, you will learn about:

  • Annual report requirements, including filing
  • Clery crime classification definitions and incident tabulation
  • Daily crime log needs
  • Dealing with multi-campus and quasi-campus issues
  • Creating a compliance team and addressing a program review
  • Using Department of Education resources to stay out of trouble

This session will also include case study examples that will help you apply the content directly to your institution. Our expert instructor will answer your questions directly throughout the session. To bring everyone on your team up to speed, upon registration you will receive a podcast recording that provides foundational information about the Clery Act.

Who Should Attend

Campus administrators involved with Clery Act reporting will benefit from this session. Teams from campus police, student affairs, and legal counsel are particularly encouraged to view this session together. Participants will learn how to stay in compliance with their daily and annual reporting obligations.

Learning Outcome

After participating in this webcast, you will be able to meet your Clery Act reporting obligations.

Agenda

Pre-webcast recording:

  • Overview of your Clery obligations
    • Impact of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008
    • The implementation timeline
    • Understanding the full spectrum of non-compliance consequences
  • Making full use of the updated handbook
    • Revising policies and practices as required by current regulations
    • Understanding new interpretations and guidance
  • Going beyond crime reporting
    • Emergency notification, response, and evacuation procedures – and the testing thereof
    • Timely warnings regarding criminal events
    • Campus fire policies, logs, and annual reports
    • “Missing” student rules

General Session

  • Review of pre-session recording
  • Managing crime data
    • Dealing with on- and off-campus geography
    • Informing and training campus security authorities
    • Systemizing your relationship with local police
  • Crime math and policy under Clery  
    • Expanded hate crime reporting standards
    • Sex offenses and victim services
    • Reporting for recently-acquired campus properties
  • The annual security and fire safety report  
    • Publication deadline and format requirements (electronic versus print considerations)
    • Handling multiple campuses and distribution requirements
    • Reporting to the Department of Education
  • Everyday crime disclosure considerations
    • Providing notice to prospective students and employees
    • Emergency notification and evacuation issues
  • Ongoing compliance maintenance  
    • Establishing and training a security compliance team
    • Records retention requirements and preparing for a review

Instructor

Doug Tuttle, Instructor, Policy Scientist, and Coordinator of Local Government Training, University of Delaware

A graduate of the FBI National Academy and the National Crime Prevention Institute, Doug currently teaches in the University of Delaware’s public policy program and coordinates the professional development training offered through the Academy for Excellence in Local Government Leadership. Before assuming his current roles, he served for 25 years in the University of Delaware’s Department of Public Safety, the last 12 of those as its director. Doug is a past regional director and president of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) and has testified twice before the US House Subcommittee on Postsecondary Education concerning campus security legislation. A former outside reviewer of the Department of Education’s Handbook for Campus Crime Reporting, he continues to advance higher education campus safety compliance through presentations that address contemporary reporting issues.

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