Season 1 – Episode 6: The Annual Security Report and Clery Act
The Jeanne Clery Act requires institutions to release an Annual Security Report on or before October 1st annually. An institution’s Annual Security Report, under the Clery Act, must include statistics on campus crime for the previous three years, along with information about programming to enhance campus safety. Colleges and universities in the United States must include policy statements and crime statistics for on-campus, in on-campus housing, on unobstructed public areas immediately adjacent to the campus, and on non-campus properties owned and/or controlled by the institution in their Annual Security Report.
Abigail Ogden leads the Clery compliance program at the University of California, Berkeley. She spoke to On Campus with CITI Program about the Annual Security Report required by the Clery Act for universities and colleges that receive federal funding.
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- Season 1 – Episode 5: Supporting Nontraditional Students
- Season 1 – Episode 4: Campus Safety and Collaboration
- Season 1 – Episode 3 (Special Topic): COVID-19, Variants, and Higher Ed
- Season 1 – Episode 2: Clery Act Crimes
- Season 1 – Episode 1: What is the Clery Act?
Meet the Guest
Abigail Ogden, BS – University of California, Berkeley
Abigail Ogden leads the Clery compliance program at the University of California – Berkeley. She specializes in practical applications of the Clery Act on campus, including policy and procedure development, data analysis, records management, and crisis communications. Additionally, Ogden supports higher education clients as a consultant with Two Lynchpin Road.
Meet the Host
Darren Gaddis, Assistant Director for Content and Education – CITI Program
He is the program manager and lead developer for educational content for higher education and research methodology at CITI Program. Mr. Gaddis received his BA from University of North Florida, MA from The George Washington University, and is currently a doctoral student at Florida State University.