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OD: Upcoming Changes to Campus Safety Rules

Recorded July 7, 2009


Is your institution prepared to make a “good faith” effort to comply with new campus safety mandates enacted as part of the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA)? Colleges and universities are now required by law to notify their community immediately of confirmed emergencies on their campuses. Additional categories have been added to hate crime reporting under the Clery Act. And campuses with residential facilities for students need to develop policies and practices to respond to missing student reports, and track fires and report statistics.

Join our expert presenters, all of whom served on the negotiated rulemaking team that helped the Department of Education draft proposed regulations due to be released later in July, to discuss what your institution needs to do. Tools to help you comply will also be shared.

What You Will Learn:

  • Understand the requirements of the HEOA related to campus safety, including emergency notification and missing student protocols
  • What to expect in the forthcoming proposed regulations from the Department of Education, and how you can impact the final rules
  • Information on the compliance timeline and when you need to act
  • How to develop appropriate fire safety policies and report fire statistics

Who Should Participate?

  • Business officers
  • Campus police chiefs/public safety directors
  • Campus public safety and security officers
  • Fire safety officers
  • Environmental health and safety administrators
  • Risk and emergency managers
  • Student housing managers
  • Compliance officers
  • Human Resource Personnel
  • Finance Administrators

Meet the Presenters:

  • Dolores Stafford, Chief of Police, George Washington University, past president, IACLEA,
  • Paul Martin, Vice President, Center for Campus Fire Safety, and Chief of the Bureau of Fire Prevention with the New York State Office of Fire Prevention and Control
  • Anne Gross, Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, NACUBO (moderator)

Course Information:

  • Course Level: Intermediate
  • Length: 100 minutes
  • Prerequisites: none


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