Clery Act Campus Crime Reporting

Your Role in Educating Students for their Safety.
 Gain a general understanding of the Clery Act.
 Determine if you are considered a “Campus Security
 Learn what, when, and how to report.
 Who is responsible for Clery Act Compliance?
 What must we do to comply?
 Policy Disclosure
 Records Collection & Retention
 Information Dissemination
 How to report crime or emergencies.
 Security of and access to campus facilities.
 Campus Law Enforcement.
 Alcohol & Drug Policies & Education
 Sex Offenses & Sex Offenders
 Survivor Options, Resources, Reporting
 Disciplinary Sanctions & Policies
 Awareness Programing
 Sex Offender Registry Info
 Fire Safety Policies & Procedures
 What crimes must be reported under the Clery Act?
 Who must report?
 How do you report a crime under the Clery Act?
 What happens to the information reported?
 On Campus
 On property owned or controlled by the University.
 On public property within or adjacent to University
 Criminal Homicide
 Negligent Manslaughter
 Sex Offenses
 Robbery
 Aggravated Assault
 Burglary
 Motor Vehicle Theft
 Arson
 ND also voluntarily reports Larceny
 All the Criminal Offenses that are Clery Reportable.
 Any crime involving bodily injury.
 Larceny/Theft
 Simple Assault
 Intimidation
 Destruction, damage, vandalism of property
 When the crime is motivated by prejudice/bias based
on race, gender, religion, sexual orientation,
ethnic/national origin, or disability.
 Weapons Possession
 Drug Violations
 Liquor Law Violations
 NDSP collects, maintains, publishes Clery
 Campus Security Authorities must report to NDSP.
 A member of a campus police/security department.
 Any individual or individuals who have responsibility
for campus security but who do not constitute a
campus police/security department (e.g., an individual
who is responsible for monitoring the entrance into
institutional property).
 Any individual or organization specified in an
institution’s statement of campus security policy as an
individual or organization to which students and
employees should report criminal offenses.
 An official of an institution who has significant
responsibility for student and campus activities,
including but not limited to, student housing, student
discipline and campus judicial proceedings. An
official is defined as any person who has the authority
and duty to take action or respond to particular issues
on behalf of the institution.
 Examples: Deans, Directors, Student Activities Office,
Coaches, Club Advisors, ORLH, R.A.s, A.R.s, etc.
 Exempt: Pastoral counselors, professional counselors
while functioning within the scope of that
 What must be reported?
 The Clery reportable crimes previously discussed that
have NOT been reported to NDSP.
 How do we report?
 Complete Reporting Forms and Submit to NDSP
 Contact the Director of NDSP.
 When do we report?
 As soon as you become aware of the crime.
 An ND student forcibly rapes another ND student at a party in a house
one block from campus rented by ND students.
 Not Reportable
 A student’s laptop is stolen from his/her room in a residence hall.
 Reportable
 Two people (not at all affiliated with the University) tailgating in the C1
Parking Lot on Gameday get in a fight. One of the tailgaters ends up
needing stitches.
 Reportable
 A protester at Notre Dame Avenue and Angela is intentionally run
down by a vehicle travelling westbound on Angela as the protester
crosses the street heading away from campus.
 Reportable
 A home on the north side of Angela adjacent to the Burke Golf Course
that is rented and occupied by students is burglarized.
 Not Reportable
 Reviewed and included in statistics if applicable.
 May result in a Timely Warning/Crime Alert.
 Will generally NOT result in a police report or be
investigated by the police.
 Annual Security & Fire Safety Report
 Distributed to currently enrolled students
 Distributed to all employees
 Available to prospective students
 Available to prospective employees
 Timely Warnings
 Daily Crime Log
 Emergency Notifications
 Missing Student Notification
 Submission of Statistics to Department of Education
 The U.S. Department of Education enforces the Clery
 The Department of Education can issue fines up to
$27,500 per violation for a substantial
misrepresentation of number, location or nature of
crimes required to be reported.
 Non-compliance makes the institution looks like it’s
trying to hide something.
 Prevents community members or perspective
community members from making informed decisions
that impact their safety.
 Any official of an institution who has significant
responsibility for student and campus activities is
considered a “Campus Security Authority” under the
Clery Act.
 Campus Security Authorities must report Clery
Reportable Crimes that they are aware of to NDSP for
inclusion in campus crime statistics and for “Timely
Warnings” when applicable.
 When in doubt, Report!
 2010-2011 Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety
 Crime Reporting Form
 Sexual Assault Reporting Form
 ND Campus Security Authority Quick Reference

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