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  • CAMPUS SAFETY & SECURITY

  • “Our number one priority is the health, welfare, and safety of

    our students, faculty, staff, and visitors to our campus.”

    - President Taylor Reveley

  • Agenda •  Campus Safety Overview •  Title IX and Campus Sexual Violence •  Task Force Actions to Date •  Legal Update •  Discussion •  General Assembly Update

  • William & Mary Campus •  1108 acres – 720 wooded, 388 occupied •  4.6 million square feet of space •  190 buildings •  15 miles of streets and pathways •  8376 – graduate and undergraduate

    students – 5056 residential

    •  2800 – faculty and staff •  100,000 – annual visitors

  • Safety and Security •  Safety can be quantified

    – Crime Statistics/Clery Data – Environmental Health and Safety Data – Compliance Data

    •  Security is qualitative – Do the members of our community feel safe and

    protected?

  • Elements of Safety and Security •  Risk Management

    –  Assessment, Policy & Compliance

    •  Health and Wellness •  Emergency Management

    –  Preparedness –  Communications/Training –  Response, Recovery & Continuity

    •  Accident and Incident Prevention •  Crime Prevention

  • Emergency and Threat Management •  Emergency Management Team (EMT) is

    responsible for overall coordination of the College's emergency preparedness, response and recovery efforts. –  Emergency Operations Plans & Functions –  Information, Education & Training –  Emergency Communications

    •  Campus Assessment & Intervention Team (CAIT) is responsible for Threat Assessment

  • Hazard Mitigation & Security Assessment 2013

    •  Two Components –  Security Vulnerability Assessment – Campus Hazard Mitigation Plan

  • Security Vulnerability Assessment

    •  Evaluator’s premise: an effective program requires an understanding of risks and the balancing of four elements – Use of technology – Policies, procedures and processes – Professional management & staffing; and – Campus-wide training and participation

  • Security Vulnerability Assessment

    •  Major Findings/Recommendations –  The relationship between law enforcement agencies, the

    College, the City of Williamsburg and the security force at Colonial Williamsburg is exceptional

    –  William & Mary Police Department has a respected role in the campus community

    –  There appears to be a genuine feeling that members of the community are “immune from crime while on the campus”

    –  Lighting and emergency phones are noted as an area of future focus

    –  Give serious consideration to strengthening the design standard for securing classrooms

  • Security Vulnerability Assessment •  Major Findings/Recommendations

    –  Enhance security technologies –  Strengthen card access policy

    •  VIMS –  Alarm and camera monitoring program –  Additional card access –  Motion sensors –  Gates

    •  DC Office –  Crime prevention presentations –  Opt in to DC emergency notification alerts

  • Campus Hazard Mitigation Plan

    •  Williamsburg campus is not prone to exceptional natural events, negating the need for complex and costly mitigation efforts  

    •  Potential storm damage can be mitigated by enhancing such programs as tree trimming, storm water management, and roof maintenance and leak prevention and repair

    •  Efforts should focus on –  projects that address maintenance issues, and –  plans that provide for the continuation and or restoration of

    activities on campus

  • Crime Prevention

    •  Communication and Education

    •  Environmental Elements

    •  William & Mary Police Department

    •  Crime Statistics

  • Current Statistics

    Criminal  Offense 2011 2012 2013 Murder/Non-­‐Negligent  Homicide 0 0 0 Negligent  Manslaughter 0 0 0 Sex  Offense  -­‐  Forcible 8 1 3 Sex  Offense  -­‐  Non-­‐Forcible 0 0 0 Robbery 1 0 0 Aggravated  Assault 0 0 0 Burglary 29 12 22 Motor  Vehicle  Theft 7 1 2 Arson 0 1 0

    College  of  William  and  Mary  Clery  Statistics

    “On Campus” data only

  • University/College

    Student enrollment

    1

    Violent Crime

    Murder and Non-

    Negligent Manslaughter

    Forcible Rape Robbery

    Aggravated assault

    Property Crime Burglary

    Larceny- Theft

    Motor Vehicle Theft

    Arson

    Emory and Henry 945 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ferrum College 1,510 2 0 1 1 0 27 3 24 0 1 VMI 1,664 1 0 0 0 1 22 6 16 0 0 UVA College at Wise 2,420 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 University of Richmond 4,361 3 0 3 0 0 83 8 72 3 1 Longwood University 4,834 2 1 0 0 1 61 10 43 8 0 Christopher Newport 5,186 6 0 4 1 1 128 1 127 0 4 University of Mary 5,093 3 0 1 2 0 16 2 14 0 0 Hampton University 4,765 1 0 0 0 1 55 6 49 0 0 Virginia State University 6,208 8 1 0 3 4 126 1 124 1 0 Norfolk State University 7,100 12 0 2 5 5 137 26 110 1 1 William & Mary 8,258 0 0 0 0 0 215 32 181 2 1 Radford University 9,573 3 0 3 0 0 58 5 53 0 4 James Madison 19,927 2 0 0 0 2 121 6 115 0 1 University of Virginia 23,907 11 0 5 0 6 304 60 222 22 0 Old Dominion 24,670 18 0 4 7 7 329 36 287 6 2 Virginia Tech 31,087 5 0 4 1 0 212 68 142 2 1 VCU 31,445 13 0 0 4 9 548 23 511 14 1 George Mason 32,961 4 0 1 1 2 188 7 179 2 2 Average 11,890 5 0 2 1 2 139 16 120 3 1

    FBI Crime Statistics for Virginia 4-year Institutions of Higher Education

    Note: Property Crime is the sum of Burglary, Larceny/Theft & Motor Vehicle Theft

  • Clery

    Threats Title IX

  • Discrimination

    Sex-Based Discrimination

    Sexual Harassment

    Sexual Misconduct

    Non- Consensual

    Sexual Intercourse

    Title IX

  • Respond

    Remedy Prevent

  • Mandatory Reporting

    Ethical Obligation

    Minors

    Clery Act crimes

    Threats

    Title IX violations

  • Reports •  Sources •  Process •  Support and Resources •  Interim Measures

    Reports Available: •  Anonymous Report •  Partial Disclosure Report •  Full Disclosure Report

  • Investigation

    •  If Determination Made to Move Forward –  Investigators Assigned

    •  Investigation Report –  Evidence gathering –  Submitted to DOS for determination of allegations

    to proceed to adjudication

    •  Referred to Student Conduct

  • Adjudication •  Allegations: Violations of the Policy on Student

    Sexual Harassment and Assault, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking

    •  Adjudication Options –  Administrative Resolution –  Hearing Panel

    •  Sanctions/Outcomes –  Sanctions

    •  Primary •  Secondary

    –  Permanent Resignation

  • Next Steps •  Appeal Process

    – Provost Review – Opportunity to respond by other party

    •  Transcript Notations •  Interim Measures and Other Remedial

    Actions

  • Winter Update Task Force on Preventing Sexual Assault and Harassment

    Campus  Climate  

    • Administered   survey  in  Fall  

    • “Open   Conversa7on”   February  12  

    • Spring   semester  focus   groups  

    Inves7ga7on  &   Adjudica7on  

    • Complete   review  of   relevant   policies  and   procedures  

    • Changes  to   student   policies  and   procedures   approved     Feb  2,  2015  

    Educa7on  &   Preven7on  

    • Review  of   current   educa7on   efforts  

    • Collabora7on   with  VA  Task   Force  

    • Consider   op7ons  based   on  climate   survey  and   focus  groups  

    Faculty  &  Staff   Training  

    • Mandatory   training   implemented   for  all  W&M   faculty  and   staff  

    • Online  and  in-­‐ person  op7ons  

    • Pre-­‐  and  post-­‐ tests  to   evaluate   effec7veness  

  • Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures

    •  Recently approved and Student Handbook will be published by February 15, 2015

    •  Key updates –  Policy aligned with requirements of VAWA and recent

    Title IX guidance –  Greater clarity regarding process, including emphasis on

    thorough advance investigation

    –  Right to trained, administrative advisor for each party –  Automatic right to appeal outcome directly to Provost

  •   Report  Received  

    Student  (Self-­‐Report)   Student  Affairs  Staff   Law  Enforcement   Faculty  or

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