Clery Act Training Heads to San Diego

SAN DIEGO — Security On Campus (SOC) will offer its Jeanne Clery Act Training seminar at the University of San Diego (USD) on Nov. 10-11. The training will be held at the campus’ Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice in partnership with the USD Department of Public Safety.

The day and a half-long seminar walks participants through each aspect of compliance including:

  • Collecting, classifying and counting crime statistics
  • Ongoing disclosures – timely warning and public crime log
  • Victim support services and security programs
  • Annual security report

Additionally, the presentation has been updated to include the new requirements related to:

At the conclusion of this interactive, multidisciplinary training, participants will be equipped with the tools necessary to address all reporting requirements in a comprehensive manner. Campus security and police, student affairs, legal counsel, residential life, victim advocates, admissions officers and human resources staff are encouraged to attend.

Hotel rooms are available at the nearby Days Hotel. Attendees can ask for the special Security On Campus rate of $65. To reserve a room, contact (619) 297-8000.

To register, visit or call (888) 251-7959. The last day to sign up is Friday, Oct. 29.


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