Technology Resource for Security Police & Administrators
April 2013 Issue
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More campuses are reporting crimes thanks to the education provided by the Clery Center and other professional training organizations. Despite this progress, sex offenses continue to be underreported.
Here’s how this year’s winner of the Campus Safety Director of the Year, Higher Education award transformed his agency while overcoming significant challenges.
Prompt, thorough and impartial inquiries will help protect victims of sexual violence and ensure your institution is in compliance with Title IX.
While the U.S. Department of Education has yet to levy a fine for non-compliance with its Title IX sexual violence guidance, the average award in sexual assault cases that go to a jury is about $200,000.
The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights suggests these measures to prevent sexual violence.
Here are some important sexual assault statistics that can help your institution make informed decisions when developing policies to protect your campus community.
Enlisting the help of male and female students, athletes, coaches, staff, teachers, administrators, fraternity and sorority members, and even strangers enables campuses to develop allies in the battle against sexual violence on campus.
May 9, 2013
The University of Arizona Men Against Sexual Assault
April 26, 2013
Managing the Loss of Skilled Employees
April 23, 2013
How the Campus SaVE Act Will Affect Clery Compliance
June 6, 2013
K9s on Campus
May 30, 2013
Emergency Drills at University Of Maryland, College Park
May 28, 2013