Clery Act Safety Programs Notification Information

According to federal law, specifically the Clery Act, the University must report the type and frequency of programs designed to inform students and employees about campus security procedures and practices to encourage responsibility for personal and community safety.

If anyone in your department provided programs that were safety related, it is important that you forward the information to Jane Tuttle (Assistant to the Vice Provost for Student Affairs, 133 Strong Hall) no later than January 30. Provide a short descriptor of the programming type and the number of programs given during the calendar year. Fire safety, personal safety, and alcohol awareness programming would be included in this count. If you have any questions about this request or if you would like to discuss specifics, feel free to contact Jane at 864-4060. If you have suggestions for making this process easier, please share them with Jane.

Thank you for your assistance in complying with this federal law. If you would like to learn more about KU's compliance, please visit www.ku.edu/safety.

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