Jeanne Clery Act Training Seminar
February 13 – 14, 2013
Renton Technical College – Rooms H 102/103
February 13 – 8:00 am – 5:00pm
February 14 – 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Presented by the Clery Center for Security on Campus in partnership with the
Washington State Center of Excellence for Homeland Security and Emergency Management and
SBCTC Security, Safety and Emergency Management Council
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR THIS EXCELLENT TRAINING SEMINAR ON THE FEDERAL CLERY ACT
Special registration fee of $165 per participant has been negotiated which includes morning continental breakfasts, refreshments and a lunch.
Multi-disciplinary teams of 5 or more there is a $25 discount per applicant.
Register now …
Questions or need help contact: Linda Crerar firstname.lastname@example.org
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Campus Security & Police
- Student Affairs
- Legal Counsel
- Residential Life
- Victim Advocates
- Admissions Officers
- Human Resources
Jeanne Clery Act Training Seminars
This day & a half long seminar which is now updated walks participants through each aspect of compliance of compliance including:
- Collecting, Classifying and County Crime Statistics
- Ongoing Disclosures – Timely Warning and Public Crime Log
- Victim Support Services & Security Program
- Annual Security Report
UPDATED to include the new reporting requirement which began in 2010 on:
- Emergency Response & Immediate Notification
- Expanded Hate Crime Reporting
- Partnering with Local Police
At the conclusion of this interactive, multidisciplinary training participants will be equipped with the tools necessary to address all reporting requirements.
The most beneficial aspect of this dynamic, interactive training is the opportunity to discover and discuss what the Clery Act requires. This kind of one-on-one attention and guidance is invaluable given the importance of adhering to the Cleary Act. James Morrow, UNLV Police Department
The Clery Center’s Jeanne Clery Act Training Seminars (CATS) curriculum was designed by a true multidisciplinary team of experts and practitioners in the field of campus law enforcement and student affairs. The curriculum was fully revised in 2011 to address participant suggestions, compliance challenges, and new concepts.
Each day and a half seminar includes presentations on:
- Emergency Response and Alerting Your Campus Community
- The Four W’s of Crime Reporting (Who, Where, When, and What)
- Building a Safer Campus Community (Prevention Education and Sexual Violence Guidelines)
- Bringing It All Together in the Annual Security Report
Each session is taught by an expert in his or her field and is designed to be interactive. There are exercises and opportunities to learn how different offices on campus can come together, not only to better comply with the Act, but also to truly embrace the spirit of the law.
The Clery Center encourages institutions to send collaborative teams to maximize the benefit of the training. Our sessions include information for those working in campus public safety, administration, counseling, student conduct/judicial affairs, risk management, and legal counsel
Executive Director Alison Kiss is the trainer for this seminar. She is an expert in policy and program development, victim assistance, crisis counseling, drug and alcohol education and sexual assault. An educator, trainer, speaker and author, Ms. Kiss is often quoted in major news publications and interviewed on national television news broadcasts.
Clery Act Compliance Tools
- Collecting, Classifying, and Counting Reference Guide
- Campus Security Authority (CSA) Guide (5-pack)
- Campus Security Authority (CSA) Guide (50-pack)
- Culture of Silence: Stalking Education and Awareness (2009)
- Speak Out & Stand Up (SOSU): Raising Awareness About Sexual Assault (2012)
- Breaking the Silence (2002)
Look forward to seeing at the Seminar. Please let me know if you have any questions or need assistance. Happy holidays and Happy New Year. Linda
Linda Crerar, MA ABS
Center of Excellence HSEM
International House Rm #100
9401 Farwest Drive SW
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