Audit Your ASR & AFSR to Avoid Costly Fines, Increase Transparency & Insulate Risk
Complying with the regulations set forth under Clery is a time-consuming challenge under the best of circumstances. But, throughout the last two years, institutions have experienced changes in student travel as well as campus operations, which has resulted in campus safety policy adjustment. Campuses have adjusted to smaller capacity and no travel back to relatively normal operation and full travel dockets. These adjustments combined with the rescission of the 2016 Clery Handbook have prompted additional questions for practitioners, as well as additional due diligence and work.
Ensure that through these unprecedented circumstances, including the withdrawal of the Clery Handbook and publication of 13-page guidance, you are doing everything you need to do to comply with the requirements so you can publish your ASR/AFSR by the October 1 deadline.
As a result of this webinar, you will be able to:
- Translate the complex Clery requirements required by the rescission of the 2016 Clery Handbook, Department of Education guidance, and program reviews to incorporate all required information into your ASR BEFORE the October 1st deadline.
- Recognize the major exposure points for institutions in geography, crime classification, and policy statements — report accurately and avoid compliance errors.
- Understand the specific requirements needed to collect data and how to report it —know what is required to publish (and if necessary, amend) your report appropriately and accurately.
- Advise the campus community about changing conditions that may affect their safety or any major changes to safety policies or practices — take the appropriate steps to ensure the health and safety of your campus community.
- Work towards publishing a compliant and thorough ASR and AFSR by conducting an audit of the essential elements to help ensure you have met all your obligations.
Amber L. Grove is the Director of Title IX and Clery Compliance at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and has served in that role since January 2016. Amber also chaired University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Transgender Issues Committee. Additionally, she served as the Interim ADA/504 Coordinator for the 2020-2021 academic year.
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