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Read: UC Berkeley to Pay $2.35M Clery Fine

UC Berkeley to Pay $2.35M Clery Fine

The U.S. Department of Education will also monitor UC Berkeley’s Clery compliance efforts for two years.

Read: Opinion: College Campus Security Pros Should Be Grateful for the Clery Act

Opinion: College Campus Security Pros Should Be Grateful for the Clery Act

The Clery Act forces higher ed top brass to pay attention to campus public safety, emergency management and security issues rather than sweep them under the rug.

Read: Clery Center’s Response to ‘Clery Act Wastes College and University Resources’

Clery Center’s Response to ‘Clery Act Wastes College and University Resources’

The previous article that criticizes the Clery Act misrepresents the purpose and function of the law’s requirements.

Read: Dept. of Education Review Finds UNC Failed to Comply with Clery Act

Dept. of Education Review Finds UNC Failed to Comply with Clery Act

The Department characterized UNC’s lack of compliance as a ‘systemic failure to provide students and employees with important campus crime information and services essential to their safety and security.’

Read: 3 Sexual Assaults Reported at USU Logan in 1 Night

3 Sexual Assaults Reported at USU Logan in 1 Night

In all, three separate reports were made on Friday: two involving groping and one involving a rape.

Read: Education Department Levies Largest-Ever Clery Fine Against MSU Over Mishandling of Nassar Scandal

Education Department Levies Largest-Ever Clery Fine Against MSU Over Mishandling of Nassar Scandal

Michigan State University will pay $4.5 million for its systemic failure to address sexual abuse.

Read: How the Clery Act Can Help Colleges Prepare for the Unexpected and Prevent Incidents

How the Clery Act Can Help Colleges Prepare for the Unexpected and Prevent Incidents

The Clery Center recommends institutions of higher education take these five steps when they are revisiting or publicizing their timely warning or emergency notification policies.

Read: Clery Act Has Prompted Positive Changes in Campus Public Safety

Clery Act Has Prompted Positive Changes in Campus Public Safety

Since colleges first published annual security reports 25 years ago, the Clery Act has been the driving force to protect victims and make campuses safer.

Read: 8 Clery Act Documents Colleges Must Keep

8 Clery Act Documents Colleges Must Keep

The Department of Education requires schools to keep these Clery Act documents for seven years.

VCU Removes Suspect Descriptions from Email Crime Alerts

The change was made to deter the development of negative racial stereotypes.

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