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The Jeanne Clery Act CSU Clery Compliance November 8, 2013 Office of the Chancellor Andrew L. Jones Special Assistant/Systemwide Compliance Office of Public Safety email@example.com
Overview History of The Jeanne Clery Act History of The Jeanne Clery Act CSU Clery Policies CSU Clery Policies Identify Clery roles and responsibilities Identify Clery roles and responsibilities Defining Campus Security Authorities (CSA) Defining Campus Security Authorities (CSA) Identify, Contacting, and Training CSAs Identify, Contacting, and Training CSAs Case Studies Case Studies
Jeanne Clery History Jeanne Clery, 19 a freshmen at Lehigh University was raped and murdered in her dorm room in April 1986. The perpetrator was a student Jeanne did not know prior to the attack.
Jeanne Clery History cont: In 1990 after years of advocacy by the Clery family congress passed the Crime Awareness and Security on Campus Act later renamed the Jeanne Clery Act. Clery Compliance is monitored by the US Department of Education which can impose fines up to $35,000 per infraction and can suspend institutions from participating in Title IV funding.
The Jeanne Clery Act The Jeanne Clery Act, Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistical Act, 20 U.S.C. Section 1092, requires distribution of an annual campus security report to employees and students that includes statistics for the previous three (3) years concerning crimes on campus; in California State University (CSU) off-campus buildings or property; and on public property within or near the campus, including reports on alcohol and drug use, sexual assault and policies concerning campus security and crime prevention.
Whats Clery all about? The annual Clery Report is designed to increase campus safety. The premise is an informed community is a safer community. The report: Mandates information be available to all current and prospective students/staff. Provides crime and fire safety statistics. Can include more than 35 security policy statements relating to procedures, practices, and programs on a campus.
California State University Policy (Coded Memorandum) HR2005-18 - Crime Statistics Reporting http://www.calstate.edu/HRAdm/pdf2005/HR2005- 18.pdf HR2004-29 – Jeanne Clery Act http://www.calstate.edu/HRAdm/pdf2004/HR2004- 29.pdf http://www.calstate.edu/HRAdm/pdf2004/HR2004- 29.pdf
California State University Policy Update (New Coded Memorandum) PS-2013-05 The Jeanne Clery Act & Crime Statistics Fire Safety Report and State Department of Justice Report Technical letter removes coded memorandum from Human Resources(HR) to Public Safety (PS). Supersedes HR 2005-18 -Crime Statistics Reporting. Supersedes HR 2004-29- Jeanne Clery Act.
Clery Roles & Responsibilities Each department/division in cooperation with University Police must understand its role in Clery compliance. Academic Affairs Student Affairs Student Housing Athletic Department Human Resources
Clery Roles & Responsibilities Cont. The Clery report is an institutional responsibility. Each department must: Identify, contact, and train staff who are campus security authorities (CSA). Report Clery crimes to University Police noting the type of crime, location, and date of report. Provide descriptions of programs your department offers (ex: substance abuse, dating violence prevention, etc.)
Campus Security Authority (CSA) Clery recognizes that not all crimes are reported to University Police. CSAs were created to provide an alternative reporting source. CSA must accept and report Clery crimes that appear to have been provided in good faith.
Who are Campus Security Authorities A campus police or security department Individuals who have the responsibility for campus security/safety who are not campus police. Any individual or organization specified by the institution as an entity students/employees should report criminal offenses. Any official of an institution who has significant responsibility for student and campus activities.
Who are Campus Security Authorities? CSAs may include: Dean of Students Student Judicial Affairs Officer Director/Associate Director of Student Housing Advisers to student organizations/groups Director Athletic Department Athletic Coaches Coordinator of Greek Affairs Director of Student Health Director/Coordinators of student programs and activities
Identifying, Contacting, & Training CSAs Clery Coordinators are available on every CSU campus located in the University police department Clery Coordinators are available on every CSU campus located in the University police department. Clery Coordinators can assist Department heads to: Identify and train CSAs Create a process for the accurate collection of campus crime and fire safety information Disseminate annual NOTICE regarding Clery Report availability. Submit annual Clery Crime statistics to DOE.
Clery Coordinator Directory CAMPUSLAST NAMEFIRST NAMEPHONECELL PHONEEMAIL ChicoSherwoodSheri530-898-4034 firstname.lastname@example.org Dominguez HillsPonceCymbeline (Sergeant)email@example.com FresnoNielsenMonica(559) 278-6875 firstname.lastname@example.org Long BeachMullaneyRob (Primary)562-985-8538714-654-4439 Robert.Mullaney@csulb.edu RzasaAmi (back-up)562-985-8938562-522-8193 Ami.Rzasa@csulb.edu Monterey BayLawsonEarl831-582-3062 email@example.com NorthridgeEspinosaKit818firstname.lastname@example.org PomonaSurberKris(909) 869-4139 email@example.com San FranciscoDiGiancintoAmi415.338.7200 firstname.lastname@example.org San Luis ObispoMillsFred805-756-6685 email@example.com Sonoma StateMefferdJudy (Sergeant)707-664-4444 firstname.lastname@example.org StanislausMarshallKellie209-667-3572 KMarshall@csustan.edu BakersfieldGildnerJustin (Sgt)(661)654-2111 email@example.com Channel IslandsMorrisMichael (Lt)(805) 437-8881 firstname.lastname@example.org East BayJohnsonMattie(510) 885-3791 email@example.com FullertonDackGwen(657)278-7286 firstname.lastname@example.org HumboldtSchuetteBecky(707)826-4661 email@example.com Los AngelesJuarezLizette(323)343-7300 firstname.lastname@example.org Maritime AcademyConstantineChuck(707)654-1179 email@example.com SacramentoDonatoKatherina916-278-5831 firstname.lastname@example.org San BernardinoKovachScott(909) 537-7561 email@example.com San DiegoCotaSabrina619 594 1986 firstname.lastname@example.org San JoseBelcastroFrank (Cpt.)(408) 924-2176 email@example.com San MarcosJonesRobert(760) 750-4506 firstname.lastname@example.org
Case Studies Darmouth University http://www.vnews.com/home/6420025-95/dartmouth-students-to-file-complaint University of California, Davis http://www.news.ucdavis.edu/search/news_detail.lasso?id=9254 University of Southern California http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/12/usc-sexual-assault_n_3741267.html