The Clery Act is a consumer protection law designed to keep campus community members, parents/guardians, and prospective community members informed on safety and security policies and procedures and crime statistic disclosure. Most importantly, the Clery Act is designed to ensure the health and safety of our community remains at the forefront of our minds. The requirements to meet the Department of Education's expectations of compliance are complex and require significant coordination among campus officials and local law enforcement agencies.
Below you will find a brief description of the four primary compliance categories:
1. Campus safety and security policy statement disclosures
2. Collect, classify, and compile crime statistics
3. Information dissemination
4. Provide primary and ongoing prevention education and awareness programs