Department of Education Clery Resources Handbook

This document provides guidelines for publishing the Annual Security Report for Colleges and Universities.

Clery Handbook

Campus Security Authority Form

This form is used for Faculty and Staff designated as Campus Security Authorities. 

Campus Security Authority Form

Notice of Victim Rights and Options

When an alleged Clery Act violation occurs, victims are entitled to receive information regarding the procedures to be followed if a crime of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking has occurred, including written information about their rights and options.

Victim Rights and Options Pamphlet
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Victim Rights and Options Pamphlet
Short Version - Spanish Version
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   Victim Rights and Options Pamphlet
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Mandatory Reporting to Title IX Coordinator

Senate Bill 212 amended the Texas Education Code to require an employee of a public or private, or independent higher education who witnesses or receives information regarding incidents of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence or stalking must report to it to the Title IX Coordinator.

A CSA’s report to the Title IX Coordinator will fulfill Clery Act VAWA statistical reporting requirements for these incidents of crime.

TITLE IX