Twenty years after the Jeanne Clery Act became law, the nation’s prominent thought leaders on campus safety will come together to discuss the critical issues facing colleges and universities. This September, “Proceeding in Partnership: The Future of Campus Safety” will offer panel discussions on sexual violence, alcohol and other drug abuse, emergency response, and off-campus safety. The summit is co-sponsored by Security On Campus, Inc. (SOC) and Lehigh University.
Participants will have a chance to interact with and learn from researchers and practitioners about programs that have demonstrated success in improving campus safety. At the conclusion of the event, a roadmap - based on evidence-driven results from the field - will be produced, helping to guide the future of campus safety.
Registration for the Sept. 29 event, to be held at Iacocca Hall on Lehigh University’s Mountain Top Campus, is $99, but there are a limited number of seats. To learn more about the event, visit http://www.securityoncampus.org/.
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- Specific guidelines on emergency notification, emergency response policies and testing
- Specific guidelines on missing students
- Specific guidelines on the new fire incident reporting requirements
- Clery Reporting: Whose Job Is It Anyway?
- Dept. of Ed Releases Updated Campus Safety Guide
- Tackling College Substance Abuse
- How to Comply With the Dept. of Ed’s Title IX Sexual Violence Guidance