Campus Security Authority Resources
To ensure that students, employees and visitors are aware of the safety and security status of college campuses and are better able to take responsibility of their own safety, the Clery Act requires institutions to gather and publish data from individuals identified as Campus Security Authorities or CSAs. CSAs are:
- People or offices responsible for campus security.
- People or offices to which campus policy directs that crimes be reported.
- Those with significant responsibility for student and campus activities.
Below is a very brief PowerPoint training presentation that outlines the roles and duties of Campus Security Authorities.
Below is a brief quiz to demonstrate CSA knowledge of duties and responsibilities under the Clery Act:
Training requirement: The college identifies a list of CSAs for the campus annually and requires training for identified CSAs on a yearly basis.
What to report?
Only certain crimes need to be reported, such as violent crimes, crimes involving sexual assault or dating/domestic violence and alcohol and drug abuse violations. For a complete list of what needs to be reported, along with crime definitions, see the document below.
CSA Crime Reporting Form
Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) can use this form to report incidents.
For incidents requiring an immediate police response, contact Wofford College Campus Safety at 864-597-4911 or by calling 911 if appropriate.
Forward the completed form to email@example.com in the Wofford College Campus Safety Office as soon as possible but no later than the next business day after the incident was reported to you.
You can fill out the online reporting form, or you can print and fill out the form.
Please contact the Campus Safety Office at 864-597-4350 if you have any questions.