Clery Act

Read: Survey Finds Campuses Using Their Emergency Notification Systems More

Survey Finds Campuses Using Their Emergency Notification Systems More

CS’ 2024 Emergency Notification Survey found that campuses have expanded the use of their alert technologies, are more satisfied with coverage and quality, and have greater appreciation for the importance of systems integration.

Read: Comments from 2024 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey Participants

Comments from 2024 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey Participants

Campus protection pros who took part in this year’s Emergency Notification Survey talk about the successes and challenges with their systems.

Read: Clery Act Geography: Definitions and Example Maps

Clery Act Geography: Definitions and Example Maps

Here’s a comprehensive Clery Act geography explainer featuring definitions and Clery example maps.

Read: How Should These Clery Act Crimes Be Classified in Your ASR?

How Should These Clery Act Crimes Be Classified in Your ASR?

Would these scenarios, pulled from the 2016 Handbook for Campus Safety and Security Reporting, count as Clery Act crimes?

Read: Request for Information on Sexual Violence at Educational Institutions

Request for Information on Sexual Violence at Educational Institutions

Feedback on how to prevent sexual violence is to be submitted via the Federal eRulemaking Portal by March 11.

Read: Family of Kristin Smart Sues Cal Poly for Negligence, Wrongful Death

Family of Kristin Smart Sues Cal Poly for Negligence, Wrongful Death

The lawsuit claims Cal Poly police waited four days to investigate Smart’s disappearance and 16 days to inspect a suspect’s dorm room.

Read: How to Write a Winning Director of the Year Nomination

How to Write a Winning Director of the Year Nomination

Here are some of the things Director of the Year judges look for when reviewing entries, as well as mistakes that can lead to lower scores.

Read: Ex-UCLA Gynecologist Can Be Retried for Sexual Abuse

Ex-UCLA Gynecologist Can Be Retried for Sexual Abuse

The former UCLA gynecologist was convicted last October of multiple charges of sexual abuse of his patients.

Read: Klobuchar, Cassidy, McBath, Duncan Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Combat Hazing on College Campuses

Klobuchar, Cassidy, McBath, Duncan Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Combat Hazing on College Campuses

This bipartisan legislation would require hazing incidents be included in a college’s annual crime report and improve transparency.

Read: Jury Finds Baylor University Negligent in Former Student’s Title IX Lawsuit

Jury Finds Baylor University Negligent in Former Student’s Title IX Lawsuit

The verdict comes a month after Baylor settled another lawsuit filed by 15 women who alleged they were sexually assaulted at the school.

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