Institutions must disclose in their Clery Act annual security reports summaries of their security policies concerning each of the following –

  • Reporting crimes and emergencies;
  • Security of and access to campus facilities, including residences;
  • The law enforcement authority of campus security personnel;
  • The working relationship with state and local law enforcement (including if there are any formal agreements such as a memorandum of understanding);
  • Encouraging the accurate and prompt reporting of crimes to law enforcement;
  • Security awareness programming;
  • Crime prevention programming;
  • Monitoring criminal activity at non-campus locations of officially recognized student organizations;
    Alcohol and other drug use;
  • Missing students (if the institution maintains on-campus student residential facilities);
  • Preventing and responding to sexual assault,┬ádomestic violence, dating violence and stalking;
  • The availability of information about registered sex offenders affiliated with the institution;
  • Timely warning procedures; and
  • Emergency response procedures (including immediate notification and at least one annual test).