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The Foundations of the Clery Act (2 days)

The National Association of Clery Compliance Officers and Professionals (NACCOP) and The International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) have partnered to launch a NEW two-day regional Clery Act training class in numerous locations around the country. D. Stafford & Associates partnered with NACCOP to develop the curriculum for these classes.

The Foundations of the Clery Act class will provide a basic overview of the requirements of the Clery Act and is suited for people who are new to the Clery Act as well as those who have previously attended Clery Act training, as we continually update the curriculum to include new information received from the U.S. Department of Education based on our questions about practical application of the regulations and handbook. The regional classes are a perfect way to provide Clery Act training for Public Safety Command Staff and Supervisory personnel who need to have a greater level of knowledge and understanding of the Clery Act. This class is also appropriate for Student Conduct and Title IX staff members who need a deeper understanding of the requirements of the Clery Act. Finally, this class is also a perfect opportunity to invite the person who supervises the Public Safety unit (VP/AVP, etc.) to obtain additional insights regarding the various requirements of the law.

We highly recommend that the appropriate staff members in the following areas attend to make sure they understand the complexities of the law and their role in the institution’s compliance activities: the General Counsel’s Office, Student Affairs, Housing/Residence Life, Student Conduct, Human Resources and the Title IX unit, to name a few.

 

 

Select a 2 Day Foundations of the Clery Act class offering from the list of options below:

 

IACLEA is happy to partner with the National Association of Clery Compliance Officers and Professionals (NACCOP) to offer these Clery Act training classes across the United States.

   

February 12-13, 2018

The University of Central Arkansas in Conway, AR

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April 12-13, 2018

Salt Lake Community College in Salt Lake City, UT

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April 26-27, 2018

Thiel College in Greenville, PA

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July 30-31, 2018

Lansing Community College in Lansing, MI

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August 6-7, 2018

The University of Vermont in Burlington, VT

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September 10-11, 2018

New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM

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November 5-6, 2018

Union College in Lincoln, NE

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December 3-4, 2018

Butler University in Indianapolis, IN

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Class Cost:

NACCOP Member Rate: $445 Non Member Rate: $495

 

 

Time:

Each class will be from 8am-5pm (Day 1) and 8am-4pm (Day 2).

 

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NACCOP is Co-Sponsoring a 1 Day Class at the ASCA Conference as a Pre-Conference Session:

Classifying Clery Act Crimes: A Primer for Student Conduct

with Dr. Michael DeBowes Classifying and counting crime statistics in accordance with the Clery Act is a complex and nuanced task for which student conduct administrators play a critical role. However, in a 2014 study of ASCA members, 99.3% of ASCA Professional Members were unable to accurately classify and count offenses in accordance with the Clery Act. Nearly two-thirds of study participants indicated it would be “extremely” or “very” important to obtain additional training in this important area of compliance.

As an outgrowth of this research, as well as ASCA’s continued partnership with the National Association of Clery Compliance Officers and Professionals (NACCOP), this workshop will review how to classify and count offenses for Clery Act purposes. The workshop will focus on those offenses most likely to be reported to student conduct administrators and will review key aspects of compliance for the student conduct administrator, including how to establish sound case review practices that facilitate compliance. (Note: the workshop presenter is the recipient of the 2015 ASCA Dissertation of the Year Award for his dissertation exploring student conduct administrator knowledge of the Clery Act).

To Register:

http://ascaconference.com/pre-cons/

Registration is only available through the ASCA website, you can use this link to get there

Cost: Pre-Con training is $220

Date:

Wednesday, February 21, 2018