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2022 NCSAM Virtual Summit
Wednesday, September 14, 2022 to Thursday, September 15, 2022
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NCSAM 2022 Virtual Summit: Partners in Progress

September 14 • 1:00 - 5:00 PM ET
September 15 • 1:00 - 5:00 PM ET

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Clery Center’s 2022 NCSAM Summit will bring together campus safety practitioners and higher education leaders from around the country to discuss how progress is best made when collaboration with partners takes place. Whether within your own institution or working with external community organizations, partnership enables collaboration, leveraging of skills, and idea generation to collectively make change happen.

This year’s virtual summit offers insight and experience through one on one interviews, panels, and roundtable conversations as well as networking opportunities for attendees to begin cultivating their own partnerships. 

The 2022 NCSAM Summit is completely free to attend but registration is required. The summit takes place 1-5:00 pm ET on Wednesday, September 14 and Thursday, September 15

Clery Center will be providing English closed captioning during this event.

As part of our sponsorship agreement for the NCSAM Virtual Summit which allows us to offer it at no cost, Clery Center will share registrants' contact information with our sponsors. Our sponsors will not share registrants' contact information with any third parties and will provide the opportunity to opt-out of communications from them at any time.

 

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Agenda

DAY 1
September 14 • 1:00 - 5:00 PM ET

Welcome & Keynote Address
Marjorie Hass, President of the Council of Independent Colleges

One on One with the Department of Education
Jim Moore, Senior Advisor for Clery Act Compliance, Department of Education
Join us for a rare opportunity to hear directly from Jim Moore, the head of Clery Act compliance at the Department of Education, during a moderated question-and-answer session. Gain invaluable insight on the current policy and guidance landscape that influences Clery Act and Title IX implementation.

Transition/Break

Fostering Buy-In to Improve Campus Safety
Shelley Godeke, Clery Compliance Manager, Baylor University,
Eric Sullivan, Director of Campus Safety Services, Williams College
Dr. Sylvia Gray,
 Senior Director of  Equity, Equal Opportunity, & Title IX, University of the South, Sewanee
At a time when campus safety procedures, from emergency management to campus policing to Title IX implementation are being scrutinized more than ever, this panel of campus safety administrators will discuss how they build trust in their communities  to identify needed changes and determine how they can partner together to do so. How is trust and rapport built? Who should do it and when? What information creates buy-in from other  departments? Join this panel to hear answers to questions like these and many more.

Networking Sessions
Summit participants are invited to discuss thoughts and feedback about the day’s sessions as well as emerging topics in the field. Designed to facilitate networking with fellow campus safety colleagues in a semi-structured atmosphere, participants can feel free to come and go as they please. 


DAY 2
September 15 • 1:00 - 5:00 PM ET
 

When Compliance is the Challenge
Lily Bohen James, Co-Executive Director, Every Voice Coalition
Nora Gallo, Co-Executive Director, Every Voice Coalition
Cari S. Simon, Esq., The Fierberg National Law Group

Continued regulation and guidance changes for both Title IX and the Clery Act have resulted in confusion for college campuses working to appropriately address dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Join this panel to hear the impact of shifting expectations on students and administrators and to discuss how campuses can continue to prioritize student safety given the current policy landscape.

Transition/Break

How to Talk About Campus Safety Concerns with Students 
Karin Raye, J.D., Assistant Professor of Legal Studies, Lasell University
Joseph Samaha, Vice President of Development and Victim-Survivor Advocacy, VTVCare

Whether a parent or a campus administrator, you care about students feeling safe at college.  Hear from a campus practitioner who is also a parent of a new college student and her son as they discuss with other campus safety practitioners how to best talk to students about campus life, safety concerns, and support resources. 

Campus Safety Champion Spotlight 
This year marks the 35th anniversary of Clery Center. Join us in celebrating the accomplishments from early compliance practitioners as they worked to build their compliance programs for the future of campus safety. 

Closing Remarks