Federal guidelines released in October 2014 require you to update your October 2015 Annual Security Report (ASR) to comply with amendments to the Clery Act. However, knowing what steps to take to accurately update your ASR can be confusing and time-consuming. Now is the time to begin a review of your 2014 Annual Security Report to put yourself ahead of the changes and avoid the risks of misreporting, resulting in:
- Civil penalties
- Intense negative publicity
- Suspension from federal aid programs
Join us online for a comprehensive look at how to update your ongoing Clery obligations. Through an easy-to-understand ten-step process, our instructor will provide you with the foundation to ensure that your Annual Security Report complies with the new reporting guidelines.
Who Should Attend
If you are responsible for Clery Act reporting or creating campus safety policies, procedures, and programs, this training will help you comply with daily and annual reporting obligations. We encourage participation from teams across:
- Campus Safety
- Student Affairs
- Legal Counsel
Registration for this online training will include resources for you to reference as you update your Annual Security Report to meet SaVE Act guidelines, including:
- Clery compliance checklist
- Report templates
- Sample definitions
After participating in this online training, you will be able to update your October 2015 Annual Security Report with recent Clery Act amendments.
- What’s Changed?
- Impact of the VAWA and Campus SaVE Act
- Federal Register guidelines
- Steps for Clery Compliance
- Reviewing your stats: Auditing last year’s Annual Security Report
- Updating your report with current definitions and policies
- Recommendations for collaboration and continual education
- What Next?
- Ensuring your ASR is ready for October 2015
- Enhancing your institution’s policies, procedures, and programs
- Final Q&A
Bev Baligad, Director of Compliance/Title IX Coordinator, University of Hawai’i – West O’ahu
Bev received her law degree from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School (J.D., 2003) in Lansing and remains a licensed attorney in Michigan. Previously, she was employed at a large, urban public commuter campus (20,000+). Since 2005, she has worked in various areas in higher education, including but not limited to: Labor Relations, Executive Assistant to the President, Adjunct Faculty, Director of Compliance and Title IX Coordinator. She has extensive experience in the development and implementation of all aspects of the Title IX processes (training, investigations, programming, process reviews, and case management). She has been a consultant and trained (face to face and webinar formats) institutions across the nation in the areas of Title IX, Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT), Clery Act, ADA/Section 504, FERPA, EDGAR Part 86, Student Conduct, Due Process and First Amendment. She served as the Michigan State Coordinator (2009-2013) for the Association of Student Conduct Administrators (ASCA), a nationally known organization dedicated to student conduct issues, and is a current member of the Michigan State Bar, the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) and a member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) and currently serves on the 2016-2017 NACUA Notes Editorial Board.