A Clery Act compliance resource to help Public Safety Departments avoid fines and save time and money
The Clery Act requires all colleges and universities to disclose crimes that have occurred on their campus to the federal government and to make those records available for public review. But you know, the list of reporting requirements for crimes perpetrated on campus – or within what’s defined as your Clery Act geography – is quite extensive. What’s more, the Act imposes ad-hoc notification requirements, as well. Specifically, schools must provide timely alerts of certain crimes to the wider campus community. Meant to prevent similar crimes from occurring in the future, these mass notifications must (at minimum) contain information about the type of criminal incident that has occurred. Add it all up, and it’s a lot for Public Safety Departments to deal with, especially since failure to comply results in censure and fines. How then to comply effectively and still keep costs and time spent to a minimum? Integrated safety and security technology, purpose-built for Public Safety Departments, helps. But first, you need to know what software capabilities to look for to keep your staff and students safe, while also maintaining compliance. That’s where we come in. Our comprehensive buyer’s guide gives Public Safety Departments the information they need to find the right tool to meet requirements for mandatory reporting, mass notifications, and emergency procedures.
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