We have decades of experience in providing legal and risk management advice on the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and its related regulations (the Clery Act) and in providing Title IX professional services (including legal advice, policy development, adjudication services, sensitive investigations, risk management analysis, and litigation defense support) for institutions of higher education. Many of our consultants have significant employment history working directly for or with higher education institutions and other community support organizations, including large public universities and small residential colleges.
From counting crimes to preparing your Annual Security Report, how do your procedures ensure compliance with the Clery regulations and the new guidance? Let INCompliance guide you in ensuring that your Campus Safety, Civil Rights, Residence Life, and other offices are in sync in the implementation of the Clery Act on your campus.
We assist clients with the following:
- Reviewing reports that may affect underlying Clery statistics
- Annual Security Report drafting review
- Campus Safety Authority interviews and reviews
- Memorandum of Understanding review
- Policy review
- Procedural analysis for reporting and counting
- Tabletop exercises
Effective training is crucial for establishing compliant procedures. INCompliance consultants regularly train staff members on the necessary policies, procedures, and requirements, enabling them to promptly address safety issues and maintain legal compliance for your institution.
We create custom training for:
- Athletics Department employees
- Campus Safety Officers/Law Enforcement
- Campus Security Authorities (CSAs)
- Civil Rights Coordinators
- Other employees involved in Clery Act compliance
- Residential Life employees
- Student Affairs Administrators