Thursday, February 21, 2013

What's in your Annual Campus Security [Crime] Report? Complying with Clery Act? join FridayLive! Feb 22!

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For emphasis, I've bolded 3 phrases "Liquor-law violations" et al., in the excerpts below which are from Clery Act - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia [as of Feb 21, 2013]
"Crime log," "Timely Warnings," & "Crime statistics"
The institution's police...or security departments are required to maintain a public log of all crimes reported to them, or those of which they are made aware...Each entry ...must contain the nature, date, time and general location of each crime and disposition of the complaint, if known... Crime logs must be kept for seven years,
..."The Clery Act requires institutions to give timely warnings of crimes that represent a threat to the safety of students or employees. ... to publish their policies regarding timely warnings in their Annual Campus Security Report [ASR]. only required to notify the community of crimes which are covered by the Clery statistics.
"An institution must keep the most recent three years of crime statistics that occurred: on campus, in institution residential facilities, in noncampus buildings, or on public property. The report must also indicate if any of the reported incidents, or any other crime involving bodily injury, was a 'hate crime.' The following offenses,...are required to be included in the institution's ASR as well as sent to the U.S. Department of Education annually:
Criminal homicide:
Sexual offenses:
Arrest and/or disciplinary referrals forLiquor-law violationsDrug-law violationsIllegal weapons possession

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