Ensuring Clery Act Compliance
Venue: Online Webcast
|Event Date/Time: Jan 17, 2012|
February 2011 marked the distribution of the largest expansion to "The Handbook for Campus Safety and Security Reporting" since the Clery Act was first enacted in 1990. Failure to follow the guidance contained in the new handbook 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 new handbook 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
We invite you to download the updated "Handbook for Campus Safety and Security Reporting" at http://www2.ed.gov/admins/lead/safety/handbook-2.pdf.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The event will address the Clery reporting requirements that affect the responsibilities of campus police/security personnel, student affairs professionals, and legal counsel. Participants will learn how to stay in compliance with their daily and annual reporting obligations.
CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION (CLE) CREDITS
Most Academic Impressions law-related events are applicable for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits in the state of Colorado. This program has been approved for 2 CLE general credits. Credit may be granted by states outside of Colorado, but credit decisions are at the discretion of individual state boards.