Why Compliance Matters to Me:
The Clery Act requires all institutions to collect and disclose crime statistics from individuals that are considered to be CSAs. The title of CSA comes with a duty to report crimes that are brought to your attention. Prompt reporting is important as reports may be the basis for determining if there is a serious or continuing threat to students and employees that requires a timely warning or a situation involving an immediate threat to health or safety that requires an emergency notification.
CSA Compliance Resources and Responsibilities
- Be aware of relevant governance, rules, and procedures communicated through the University Rules and SAPs library.
- Maintain awareness of crime risks around campus by reviewing TAMU Annual Security Report (Clery Act).
- Enter crime information into the Clery Reporting Database promptly to allow for a timely response, if once is required.
- Maintain familiarity with Campus Security Authority reportingrequirements.
- Contact the University Police Department for assistance.
- Stay current with training assigned in TrainTraq.
- Review the U.S. Department of Education Handbook for Campus Safety and Security Reporting.
- Review the provisions of the Violence Against Women Act.
- Familiarized yourself with campus safety and emergency procedures.