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

5th Annual NACCOP Conference (7/18/2018-7/20/2018)

NACCOP will offer informative sessions throughout this 2 ½ day conference that are designed to assist your institution’s Clery Act compliance efforts. (Note – If you plan on attending a Pre-Conference offering below, do not register for only the 5th Annual Conference. You should select the pre-conference option you wish to attend and register for that, by doing so, you will also be registered for the 5th Annual Conference).


Five Pre-Conference Workshops-July 17, 2018

Pre-Con #1 for Clery Compliance Officers —

Constructing a Clery Compliant Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (ASFSR) (All-day: 8:30am-5:00pm)

Do you wonder if your Annual Security Report is in compliance? Do you hope you have met all 114 required policy statements? Ever wish you had an expert to walk you through each policy statement to ensure yours meet the requirements set forth in the Clery Act, especially in light of VAWA? If so, this pre-conference workshop is for you!

This interactive one-day session will enable a limited number of attendees to focus on their specific Annual Security Report (ASR) and/or Annual Fire Safety Report (AFSR) while the instructors review policy statement requirements for these compliance documents. This will enable attendees to independently review the contents of their report(s) during the session to determine how their report(s) should be enhanced to achieve compliance. Attendees will receive instructions before the conference for how to identify the location of required policy statements in their report(s) prior to attending the session to maximize the workshop experience.


Pre-Con #2 for Clery Compliance Officers —

Developing a Systematic Approach to Clery, HEOA, and DFSCA Records Retention (Half-Day: 1:30pm to 4:30pm)

This preconference workshop is designed to assist attendees in developing a comprehensive approach to maintaining records that will help document institutional compliance with the Clery Act (including the HEOA safety and security provisions) as well as the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA).  Learn what records to keep, why each record is important, how to keep them, and how long to maintain them.


Pre-Con #3 for Clery Compliance Officers and/or Track Two for Title IX Coordinators —

Clery, HEOA, and Title IX: Who Must Be Trained—How and Why? (Half-Day: 8:30am to 11:30am)

This preconference workshop will provide attendees with a matrix for capturing all the training requirements that are included in HEOA, Clery, VAWA, and Title IX.  This session will assist attendees in understanding the training requirements included in these laws and in the regulatory guidance, including who needs to be trained, what training they need to be provided, why it must be provided, and options for how to provide the various training programs. The instructor will teach the attendees how to develop a training plan for their institutions.


Pre-Con #4 for Title IX Coordinators—

Developing a Clery and VAWA Compliant Institutional Sexual Misconduct Policy: A Workshop for Practitioners (Half-Day: 12:30pm to 5pm)

This interactive workshop will allow attendees to learn about the legal mandates of the Clery Act (including VAWA) and the compliance requirements that directly apply to their Title IX compliant institutional sexual misconduct policy. Topics covered include: overview of legal mandates of the Clery Act, the Reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act of 2013, and Title IX with a focus on the policy considerations for institutional sexual misconduct policies. Session participants will be guided through a review of their sexual misconduct policy in light of all of these legal mandates. Attendees should bring their institutional Sexual Harassment/Sexual Misconduct Policy(s) for purposes of identifying areas that, based on the workshop, are determined to need further review upon return to campus.


Pre-Con #5 for DFSCA/Part 86 Compliance Coordinators—

The Fundamentals of Complying with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act [DFSCA] (Half-Day: 12:30pm to 5pm)

This preconference workshop will provide a comprehensive review of each requirement of the DFSCA, including: the content that must be included in the institution’s Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program (DAAPP); requirements and strategies for distributing the DAAPP; and conducting biennial reviews and preparing biennial review reports. Participants will be equipped with the knowledge necessary to conduct a self-study of DFSCA compliance efforts following the workshop.



Full conference agenda for 2018 will be released in the Spring.

Register early-spots fill quickly!

Future Dates: 2019: July 23-26 and 2020: July 14-17