The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act is the landmark federal law that requires colleges and universities across the United States to disclose information about crime on and around their campuses. With requirements that are subject to change based upon legislation, accurate Clery reporting can be a challenge for university administrators.
Because fines for Clery reporting violations are assessed at $35,000 per violation (not to mention damages to school reputations), it’s crucial for institutions of higher education to implement solid Clery reporting procedures. Report Exec makes it easy to track and compile all incidents that must be included in Annual Security Reports, Public Crime Logs and Annual Fire Safety Reports. Report Exec’s Mass Notification integration also provides the necessary framework to ensure compliance with timely reporting guidelines. We work to consistently update our program to reflect the latest developments in Clery Act reporting requirements to make sure our clients have the best tools for Clery compliance.
Report Exec stays up to date with changes in the requirements of the Clery Act, so your reports always remain Clery compliant.
The program compiles the necessary data in a clean, professional report, ready to print or save and publish.
Put together public crime logs with just a few clicks, with the option to omit sensitive information such as officer notes and narratives.