Dr. Lou Marciani, director at the International Institute of Fan Experience along with a dynamic panel of experts will address planning considerations for the preparation of returning to school next fall. The group will discuss the impact of mental health, managing activities, safety and security and the student athlete and coach’s welfare.
With the Department ‘s October 2020 notice to rescind the 2016 Clery Handbook and replace it with a “simplified” Appendix, already overwhelmed institutions of higher education across the country must assess whether this action brings more clarity, confusion, or something in-between. Learn the key takeaways campus leadership must understand for current operations, plus areas of caution, and even hope, to consider in future Clery compliance strategy development.
The Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASSK12) will help you identify access control measures to consider in the layers of security.
Schools are still facing what the fall and winter may bring and are trying to prepare for all the challenges for the school year and semesters according to the CDC Guidelines for the “New Normal.”
Hayley Hanson of Husch Blackwell discusses the critical role Campus Security Authorities play in reporting Clery crimes and preventing reporting issues. Hanson also provides information on Clery implications in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn how to identify the levels and types of workplace violence and how to report it to superiors and human resources.
In partnership with the Clery Center, Abigail Boyer and Laura Egan discuss Timely Warnings & Sexual Assault: Building an Effective and Consistent Approach.
This webinar discusses parts of the Clery Act which requires colleges and universities that receive federal funding to disseminate a public annual security report (ASR) to employees and students every October 1st.
Hayley Hanson provides an update on the increasing scrutiny (and fines) of Clery Compliance by the Department of Education
Ed Purchase explains the origins of the Clery Act, who enforces compliance, what constitutes a Clery-reportable offense, what is Clery Geography, and – most importantly – how critical it is for a responding officer to ask the right questions and write a complete narrative.
Pursuing a Case of Consistency- Developing National and State Standards for Campus Security and Safety Officers
Stan Skipworth and Randy Burba discuss the diverse range of required qualifications, standards and certifications for campus safety officers and how campus security officers differs from state-to-state and often within the states themselves.