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July 30, 2014
In this issue:
- Free Webinar from The Clery Center: On June 4, 2014, The Clery Center's Executive Director Alison Kiss led a candid conversation about what institutions should and shouldn't do in reaction to the new VAWA amendments, the Clery Act, and the White House's Not Alone task force report. Over 650 individuals from colleges, universities and organizations from across the county found this information invaluable and now this webinar, "Navigating the Crossroads of the Clery Act, VAWA Amendments, and the White House Task Force Report," is available to everyone for free. Download the presentation slides or watch the webinar recording.
- What is the National Center for Campus Public Safety?: The National Center for Campus Public Safety was chartered by Congress in 2013, with bipartisan support, in the wake of recent school tragedies. We look forward to connecting and working with you all in the near future.