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The National Association of Clery Compliance Officers and Professionals Presents

The 8th Annual NACCOP Conference

The 2021 Conference will be a Virtual Conference
This is a Live Event

Pre-Conference - July 20, 2021

Conference - July 21-23, 2021

In light of the continued national emergency concerning the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and based on a survey NACCOP conducted in which our members expressed concerns about the associated travel and budgetary issues that would affect their attendance at an in-person conference, NACCOP has decided to once again hold our conference virtually instead of in-person at the BWI Marriott Hotel.


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The finalized agenda will be released in the late Spring of 2021.


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(All times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone)

2021 PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

JULY 20, 2021 from 11:00 am-2:30 pm


Pre-Con #1 for Clery Compliance Officers - Addressing VAWA Policy Statements for Non-Title IX Procedures in the Annual Security Report

For the majority of postsecondary institutions, most of last year was spent focusing on complying with the 2020 Title IX regulations and in constructing new Title IX policies. However, as a result of the new regs, institutions have a number of other policies and procedures that they will utilize to investigate and resolve the VAWA crimes that do not meet the new jurisdictional requirements of Title IX. These include the institution’s Title VII (HR Sexual Harassment policy), student conduct policies, and even faculty handbooks. These policies and procedures must also meet the very nuanced and proscriptive requirements of the Clery Act. This session will walk the attendees through the requirements that rest both in Title IX and the Clery Act, discuss common policies at institutions that should be evaluated to ensure compliance with the Clery Act, provide guidance regarding how institutions can ensure all Clery Act policy statements are captured in the ASR, and provide best practice guidance to Clery Compliance Officers and Title IX Coordinators to assist them in ensuring compliance requirements are met.


Pre-Con #2 for Clery Compliance Officers - Developing Internal Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with Key Departments to Facilitate a Higher Level of Institutional Cooperation with Clery Act Compliance

Regardless whether you call it a Memorandum of Understanding, an Agreement, or a Procedure, Clery Compliance Officers can benefit from developing a formal understanding with key institutional departments (including but not limited to: Housing/Residence Life, Student Conduct, Title IX, Human Resources, and Dean of Students) to ensure that everyone understands their responsibilities with regard to getting into and maintaining compliance. The session will focus on the departments with which a CCO should formalize responsibilities and what those MOUs should contain. This session will be designed as an interactive program for attendees and the end results will be shared with the session attendees.


2021 ADVANCED TRACK OPTION

All conference attendees may register for this year’s Advanced Track during the conference registration process. Attendees may register for one, two, or all three sessions. There is no additional cost to attend any Advanced Track sessions, but pre-registration is required. Sessions offered this year include the following:

ADVANCED TRACK WEDNESDAY JULY 21, 2021 3:30-4:45 PM EASTERN TIME

Case Review (Case #1-Primary Crimes): This session includes a Case Review where attendees will participate in reviewing a sample incident report narrative to determine the correct classification and count for each report and to practice adding entries to the Daily Crime Log. This session will provide practitioners with an opportunity to apply their knowledge to real-world scenarios. There is no additional charge to participate, but pre-registration is required, for to assist the instructors in planning for the session.

ADVANCED TRACK THURSDAY JULY 22, 2021 4:00-5:00 PM EASTERN TIME

Case Review (Case #2-Primary and Hate Crimes): This session includes a Case Review where attendees will participate in reviewing a sample incident report narrative to determine the correct classification and count for each report and to practice adding entries to the Daily Crime Log. This session will provide practitioners with an opportunity to apply their knowledge to real-world scenarios. There is no additional charge to participate, but pre-registration is required, for to assist the instructors in planning for the session.

ADVANCED TRACK FRIDAY JULY 23, 2021 2:15-3:15 PM EASTERN TIME

Case Review (Case #3-Primary and VAWA Crimes): This session includes a Case Review where attendees will participate in reviewing a sample incident report narrative to determine the correct classification and count for each report and to practice adding entries to the Daily Crime Log. This session will provide practitioners with an opportunity to apply their knowledge to real-world scenarios. There is no additional charge to participate, but pre-registration is required, for to assist the instructors in planning for the session.


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Future Dates 2022: July 20-22

Future Dates 2023: July 19-21

Future Dates 2024: July 17-19