Under the Clery Act, all colleges and universities that receive federal funding are required to disseminate a public annual security report to employees and students each year. Satisfying the Clery Act’s myriad reporting requirements takes time and money causing issues for resource-stretched campus security departments. However, not complying can result in large fines and publicity that could damage an institution’s reputation
This session focuses on the top Clery audit findings under the Trump Administration. Specifically, how to address findings regarding missing policy statements, CSA findings, and common mistakes in identifying your geography. With fines approaching $60,000 per violation, institutions must be aware of and take action to remediate these issues.
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