Latest News from the Clery Center for Security On Campus

Free Webinar - September 20th
Colleges and universities across the nation are tasked with providing a safe and secure educational environment. In the arena of sexual violence and harassment, schools are responsible for the prevention, investigation, evaluation, and adjudication of sexual assault allegations—tasks that have traditionally been the province of law enforcement and the criminal justice system. This two-part webinar series is designed to help colleges and universities navigate the challenges in effectively responding to sexual misconduct on campus. The program will offer practical advice to help participants implement the mandates of Title IX and OCR's 2011... Read More
Statement from the Clery Center for Security On Campus in response to the Freeh Group report on Penn State
July 11, 2012Statement from the Clery Center for Security On Campus in response to the Freeh Group report on Penn StateOur thoughts and prayers continue to be with the victims and their families during this time.  The Clery Center for Security On Campus believes that campus safety is a shared responsibility and in order to best comply with the Jeanne Clery Act, campus leadership must support those preventing and responding to crimes on campus.  Although the content of the Freeh report is disturbing and disappointing, we believe that this report will contribute to positive changes in institutions of higher education. In June 2012, we... Read More
Alison speaking at St. Joe's
Welcome to our website!
Welcome to our website!I am thrilled to welcome you to our new and improved website complete with a new name and logo representing the evolution of the organization over its 25 year history. Our new name, the Clery Center for Security On Campus, honors our co-founders and their dedication to building safer campus communities. Our new logo represents our mission and our renewed focus on collaboration with parents, students campus administrators, high schools, victims and survivors.We are proud of what we have accomplished and poised to proceed in partnership moving forward.  The Clery Center for Security On Campus will continue to provide... Read More
U.S. Senator Robert Casey along with the staff at the UPENN Women's Center discussing the passage of Campus SaVE in the US Senate
Support Our Work
Dear Friends and Supporters,As we enter into our 25th year of responding to and preventing campus crime, we are thrilled to announce a change in our name, logo, and website!  Our new name and logo, the Clery Center for Security On Campus, honors the dedication and hard work of our co-founders.  We made these changes with your input! We spent time speaking with high school and college students, parents, and administrators for suggestions to improve our website and outreach and are thrilled with the changes that truly represent the organization's evolution and mission.On June 20-21, a team of faculty and the Clery Center staff will present a... Read More
Clery Center Partners with U.S. Attorney’s Office and Villanova University on Prescription Drug Abuse Summit
On Monday, June 4, 2012, the Clery Center for Security On Campus partnered with the U.S. Attorney’s Office and Villanova University to host a summit on non-medical prescription drug use on college campuses.Zane David Memeger, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, opened the event by acknowledging prescription drug abuse as a growing problem at colleges and universities throughout the United States and highlighted the need for prevention, intervention, and enforcement.The summit, which included presentations by drug and alcohol experts as well as roundtable discussions, provided an opportunity for campus... Read More

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