Thank you for visiting our anniversary photo gallery. We’ve assembled some memories from key events and activities we’ve hosted and been involved with over the past three years. These photos highlight our work and collaborations with federal partners, associations, and peer organizations. We hope you have found our services and resources informative and helpful. To ensure we continue to improve, we invite you to take our 10-minute Anniversary Evaluation Survey. Your feedback will help us assess our services and adjust future offerings as well as make overall improvements to our organization. Thank you for your support!
NCCPS Research Associate Heather Gibbs and Program and Training Manager Andrea Young at End Violence Against Women International's Annual Conference in Orlando, FL, April 2017.
Students and campus police discussing gaps in perception between students and public safety officials at our joint emerging issues forum with HBCU-LEEA in August 2016.
Learning about the importance of a complainant's first impression with faculty member Chantelle Cleary at our first annual NCCPS Institute in Washington, D.C., July 2016.
Discussing "Reclaiming the Spirit of the Clery Act" with campus administrators at the Big 10 Clery Conference in May 2015, part of eight forums held on the topic nationwide.
In January 2016, 19 public safety and compliance executives from eight IHEs convened at the National Center for Higher Education in Washington, D.C. to discuss Institutionalizing the Clery Act.
Director Kim Richmond at the NASPA — Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education Violence Prevention Conference in January 2016 with other key partners.
In Nov. 2016, we held a 2-day forum with 27 college/university police, public safety execs, and federal officials experienced in developing & implementing campus concealed carry policies.
James Moore, Director of Clery Compliance, US Department of Education, speaks at the first annual NCCPS Institute in Washington, D.C., July 2016.
Faculty member, Jeff Nolan, speaking about institutional obligations at our regional NCCPS Institute at Auburn University. Conduct a fair, impartial, trauma-informed Title IX investigation and compliance follows.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey addresses NCCPS Institute participants from a number of colleges and universities at Salem State University on January 11, 2017.