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National Association of Clery Compliance Officers and ProfessionalsNational Association of Clery Compliance Officers and Professionals

ALL WEBINARS BEGIN AT 3PM EASTERN STANDARD TIME

2017 NACCOP WEBINAR SERIES

NACCOP is excited to continue our webinar series that provides an overview of the fundamental topics related to Clery Compliance activities. This series of webinars covers key topics related to Clery compliance and is a perfect way to provide training for your Clery Compliance Committee and if you don’t have a formal Committee, for others involved with Clery Compliance Activities on your campus. For each session, we identify your campus constituents below, that should be invited (at a minimum) to participate in each session, to maximize this training opportunity!

Webinars may be purchased individually OR as the entire series, if you are purchasing the entire series please select the Webinar Series Package option below to register for all of the webinars.

NOTE - Payment provides individuals with an access login for one site.  Broadcasting these webinars to multiple locations is not permitted, each site will need to purchase an access login. Registration CLOSES 2 days (48 hours) prior to the start of each webinar.

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1. Campus Security Authorities - 90 minutes - Jan. 19, 2017

 

This webinar is designed to address key concepts and provide attendees overview information regarding Campus Security Authorities. This webinar will assist in understanding how to identify your CSAs, as well as managing and training them. At a minimum, we suggest that you invite representatives from the following departments, to this session: Public Safety/Police Department, General Counsel’s Office, Compliance and Internal Audit, VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students, Student Activities/Fraternity & Sorority Life, Residence Life and Housing, Human Resources, Athletics, Study Abroad Office, Title IX Coordinator/Sexual Assault Response Team Leader, Director of Student Health, and Provost/Academic Affairs Office.

 

Cost: Member: $189/webinar (All 10 : $1,890) Non Member: $289 (All 10: $2,890)

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2. Clery Geography - 90 minutes - Feb. 9, 2017

 

This webinar will review Clery Geography definitions and illuminate key concepts and challenges institutions face with accurately identifying addressing geographic requirements). At a minimum, we suggest that you invite representatives from the following departments, to this session: Public Safety/Police Department, General Counsel’s Office, Student Activities/Fraternity & Sorority Life, Athletics, Study Abroad Office, Provost/Academic Affairs Office (Registrars Office) and Real Estate Office.

 

Cost: Member: $189/webinar (All 10 : $1,890) Non Member: $289 (All 10: $2,890)

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3. Classifying and Counting Crimes - 90 minutes - Feb. 23, 2017

 

This webinar will provide overview content related to collecting, classifying and counting Clery reportable crimes. Important nuances around the definitions and counting rules will be highlighted. At a minimum, we suggest that you invite representatives from the following departments, to this session: Public Safety/Police Department, General Counsel’s Office, Compliance and Internal Audit, Student Conduct, VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students, and Title IX Coordinator/Sexual Assault Response Team Leader.

 

Cost: Member: $189/webinar (All 10 : $1,890) Non Member: $289 (All 10: $2,890)

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4. Student Conduct, Residential Life & Police - 120 minutes  - Mar. 9, 2017

 

Counting Drug, Liquor and Weapons Referrals and Arrests. This webinar delivers information about the counting requirements for Drug, Liquor and Weapons Law arrests & referral statistics. An overview of definitions and promising procedures will be provided. At a minimum, we suggest that you invite representatives from the following departments, to this session: Public Safety/Police Department, General Counsel’s Office, Compliance and Internal Audit, Student Conduct, VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students, Residence Life and Housing, and Title IX Coordinator/Sexual Assault Response Team Leader.

 

Cost: Member: $189/webinar (All 10 : $1,890) Non Member: $289 (All 10: $2,890)

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5. Policy Statements (except VAWA, TWN & IN) - 90 minutes – Mar. 23, 2017

 

This webinar identifies the content for accurate policy statements as required in the Annual Security Report. (VAWA, Timely Warning and Immediate Notification content will be in those webinars). At a minimum, we suggest that you invite representatives from the following departments, to this session: Public Safety/Police Department, General Counsel’s Office, Compliance and Internal Audit, Student Conduct, VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students, Residence Life and Housing, Risk Management (Fire Safety Engineer), Human Resources, Admissions, Title IX Coordinator/Sexual Assault Response Team Leader and Provost/Academic Affairs Office.

 

Cost: Member: $189/webinar (All 10 : $1,890) Non Member: $289 (All 10: $2,890)

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6. TWN and Immediate Notification - 90 minutes - Apr. 27, 2017

 

This webinar will highlight requirements and distinctions of Timely Warning Notices and Immediate Notifications. Best practices and procedural development will be addressed. At a minimum, we suggest that you invite representatives from the following departments, to this session: Public Safety/Police Department, General Counsel’s Office, Compliance and Internal Audit, VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students, Title IX Coordinator/Sexual Assault Response Team Leader, Provost/Academic Affairs Office, External/Media Relations and the appropriate Vice Presidents and leaders who are involved in making decisions regarding communicating with the campus community.

 

Cost: Member: $189/webinar (All 10 : $1,890) Non Member: $289 (All 10: $2,890)

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7. Violence Against Women Act - 90 minutes – June 1, 2017

 

This webinar will provide both technical and practical requirements as mandated by the Violence Against Women Act. The recently expanded crime categories, additional policies and programs institutions must provide to be in compliance will be reviewed. At a minimum, we suggest that you invite representatives from the following departments, to this session: Public Safety/Police Department, General Counsel’s Office, Compliance and Internal Audit, Student Conduct, VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students, Residence Life and Housing, Human Resources, Admissions, Title IX Coordinator/Sexual Assault Response Team Leader, and Provost/Academic Affairs Office.

 

Cost: Member: $189/webinar (All 10 : $1,890) Non Member: $289 (All 10: $2,890)

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8. Crime Log and Fire Log - 75 minutes - June 15, 2017

 

This webinar will walk through the Crime and Fire Log components. A highlight of the requirements to maintaining a compliant log and best practices will be delivered. At a minimum, we suggest that you invite representatives from the following departments, to this session: Public Safety/Police Department, General Counsel’s Office, Compliance and Internal Audit, Student Conduct, VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students, Title IX Coordinator/Sexual Assault Response Team Leader, and Director of Student Health.

 

Cost: Member: $189/webinar (All 10 : $1,890) Non Member: $289 (All 10: $2,890)

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9. Fire Safety and Missing Persons - 75 minutes - July 6, 2017

 

This webinar will requirements of the Fire Safety Report, key definitions and fire safety statistics. Additionally, Missing Persons notification requirements and procedures will be reviewed. At a minimum, we suggest that you invite representatives from the following departments, to this session: Public Safety/Police Department, General Counsel’s Office, Compliance and Internal Audit, Student Conduct, VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students, Residence Life and Housing, Environmental Health and Safety, and Risk Management (Fire Safety Engineer).

 

Cost: Member: $189/webinar (All 10 : $1,890) Non Member: $289 (All 10: $2,890)

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10. Preparing for a Dept. of Ed Audit - 90 minutes - July 27, 2017

 

This webinar will provide the attendees with an understanding of what happens during an audit and how to prepare your institution for a Department of Education program review. This webinar will highlight recent Department of Education audits as well as addressing key documentation institutions should be maintaining in the event of an audit. At a minimum, we suggest that you invite representatives from the following departments, to this session: Public Safety/Police Department, General Counsel’s Office, Compliance and Internal Audit, Student Conduct, VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students, Student Activities/Fraternity & Sorority Life, Residence Life and Housing, Environmental Health and Safety, Risk Management (Fire Safety Engineer), Human Resources, Admissions, Athletics, Study Abroad Office, Title IX Coordinator/Sexual Assault Response Team Leader, Director of Student Health, Provost/Academic Affairs Office and Real Estate Office.

 

Cost: Member: $189/webinar (All 10 : $1,890) Non Member: $289 (All 10: $2,890)

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TIME:Each webinar will begin at 3pm EST  on the dates identified above.