Dept. of Ed Reduces Clery Fine for Yale
The U.S. Department of Education has reduced Yale’s Clery Act compliance fine to $155,000.
In May, the department notified the school that it could be fined $165,000 for 12-year-old violations and failing to include seven policy statements in its 2004 security report.
Yale argued that its fine should be reduced because the seven required policy statements were later included in its April 2005 addendum to the 2004 report, reports Cross Campus.
- How the Campus SaVE Act Will Affect Clery Compliance
- How to Investigate Campus Sexual Assaults
- Abuse: The Dark Side of Dating on Campus
- April 2011 ‘Dear Colleague’ Letter on Sex Crime Protocol
- Clery Act Fines Increased to $35K Per Violation
- Clery Reporting: Whose Job Is It Anyway?
- Clery Center: Incident Reporting Has Improved but Could Be Better
- Additional Clery Compliance Guidance
- Specific guidelines on emergency notification, emergency response policies and testing.
- Specific guidelines on missing students.
- Specific guidelines on the new fire incident reporting requirements.
- Preventing and Responding to Campus Sexual Assaults
- How to Comply With the Dept. of Ed’s Title IX Sexual Violence Guidance
- Bystanders: Your Best Weapon Against Sexual Assault
- Stalking on Campus: A Silent Epidemic
- The Federal Campus Sexual Assault Victims’ Bill Of Rights
- How to Prevent Hazing
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