Clery Act Requirements Explained
Questions often arise about what is needed to comply with the Clery Act and its requirements for an annual report on crime statistics, and, finally, we share a comprehensive look. Download your copy today.
Under the Clery Act, all colleges and universities that receive federal funding are required to disseminate a public annual security report to employees and students each year. Satisfying the Clery Act’s myriad reporting requirements takes time and money causing issues for resource-stretched campus security departments. However, not complying can result in large fines and publicity that could damage an institution’s reputation.
Institutions of higher education may be fully compliant with the Clery Act, but if staff members can’t produce Clery Act documents proving their compliance to government officials during an audit, they’re still vulnerable to fines. That said, there’s a lot of documentation that goes into Clery compliance.
- Which documents should schools keep?
- What’s the difference between an emergency notication vs. a timely warning?
- What should you know about the 3 Clery Act Requirements?
In this FREE guide” Explained: 3 Clery Act Requirements” we’ll explain the difference between an emergency notification vs. a timely warning. You’ll learn what 8 documents colleges need to keep on file for 7 years and you’ll also get a comprehensive look (including maps) at where campus property ends and public property begins.
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