Clery Act Compliance – Is Your Campus Reporting Crime Accurately?

Join us for a practical session on navigating the Clery Act, a federal law that continues to pose compliance challenges for higher education institutions.

If you want a better grasp on campus safety, this nuts-and-bolts workshop is the perfect place to start. In this training, you’ll get answers to essential questions about the Clery Act crime categories, the geography requirements, timely warning best practices, avoiding double-counting, and navigating the hierarchy rule. You’ll also learn the importance of having a complete and accessible crime log and ensuring that annual reports are distributed correctly to prospective students and employees.

Additionally, you’ll learn how to reconcile annual statistics across different departments and understand the requirements for other important safety considerations, including reporting sex offender information, emergency management, missing students, hate crime reporting, and fire safety disclosures. This training is a must-attend for anyone looking to stay on top of safety protocols and requirements for their campus.

Don’t miss this opportunity to ensure accurate, complete, and correct compliance with the Clery Act.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the Clery Act as a report of crime reporting law, not as a crime tracking law.
  • Explore methods to reconcile statistics across departments to ensure crime reporting accuracy.
  • Devise a self-audit process to ensure that CSAs report as required.
  • Ensure correct crime category cataloging and classification.
  • Learn about some of the trickier Clery Act compliance nuances.

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