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Clery Center Launches New Website

CleryCenter.org has been streamlined, making it easier to find and understand the Clery Act requirements.

The Clery Center for Security On Campus on Monday unveiled its new web page that is designed to give education officials clear direction for creating safer campuses.

According to the Clery Center, all of CleryCenter.org has been streamlined, making it easier to find and understand the Clery Act requirements. Education professionals now also have easier access to Clery Center Membership and training services, so they can get their teams educated about their campus safety roles.

“Every page demonstrates the importance of a proactive campus safety approach because we want higher education leaders to know there’s always a step they can take today. And when the next step is uncertain, Clery Center is here to show a way forward,” says Clery Center Executive Director Alison Kiss.

The look and feel of Clery Center has also changed.

“Our new logo represents cooperation, focus, and transparency – all vital to our organization’s mission,” says Kiss. “Across our materials, you will find colors and patterns that reflect our positive, action-oriented spirit. Finally, our new tagline acts as a reminder of the constant “Why” behind Clery Center’s founding. It is simply, At the Heart of Campus Safety.”

To visit the center’s refreshed website, visit CleryCenter.org.

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