The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA), in cooperation with ACE, will present a webinar April 30 on the results of the recent negotiated rulemaking process for the Campus SaVE Act and how the new rules will impact complying with the Clery Act.
On April 1, a committee of negotiators reached consensus on language implementing the Clery Act amendments in the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA), also known as Campus SaVE.
Among other things, Campus SaVE expands reporting of campus crimes to include dating violence, domestic violence and stalking, in addition to adding national origin and gender identity to categories of reportable hate crimes. The law also adds education, notice, prevention and awareness training requirements.
The Department of Education will use the recommended language in its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, which it intends to publish this summer for public comment.
The April 30 webinar will bring together four experts to share insights related to the negotiated rulemaking process. In addition to an overview of the consensus language, the panelists will provide observations from their experiences that will help institutions to implement Campus SaVE and prepare for the anticipated regulations.
For more information and to register, see the NACUA website.