Reporting to the Chief of Police or his/her designee, the Clery Act Coordinator serves as the campus coordinator responsible for compliance with the regulatory requirements as set forth by the Federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. Working in collaboration with the campus Police Department and other campus offices, the Coordinator serves as the expert resource for all laws and regulations as outlined in the Federal Clery Act as well as laws and regulations pertaining to the processing, retention, release, and disposition of University Police department and campus CLERY records.
Coordinates all related activity in support of the publication of the University annual security report (ASR), including the disclosure of campus safety policies, compilation and reporting of campus crime statistics, timely warning requirements and disclosure of crime log information.
Compliance oversight requires the ability to interpret Federal and State laws as well as campus and University of California policies and procedures; review and analyze crime statistics and law enforcement data; organize and maintain complex information and materials.
Establishes campus training and outreach procedures/programs and compliance protocols.
The Clery Coordinator manages all activity for the Campus Security Authorities (CSA's), including identification, training and documentation activity. The Coordinator provides administrative support for the Clery Act Advisory Committee, advises the campus Chief of Police, who is the official campus Clery designate, serves as the campus liaison with the Office of the President on matters related to Clery Act compliance and acts as the point person for any State or Federal audit.
The Coordinator conducts a variety of crime and statistical analysis; collects and analyzes data describing crime patterns, and crime trends; assists with administering crime analysis database and tracking systems; assists with creating local, state, and federal statistics for reporting requirements; and ensures work quality and adherence to established policies and procedures.
This is a professional staff (non-sworn) position. A high level of awareness, diplomacy and sensitivity is critical in this position. The ability to positively interact with Police Department employees, University officials, staff, faculty, students, community members, visitors, and professionals from other government agencies is required of incumbents to successfully perform in this position.