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The Clery Act

In the 1980s, Jean Clery was a college student in Pennsylvania where she was raped and murdered in her dormitory.  At the time, there was not a central location where college and graduate school applicants and their families could see campus crime statistics. With her parents taking an advocacy role with Congress, we now have the so-called federal Clery Act, named after the student. 

There is now a federal law requiring campus crime statistics be acccessible in a central location. In this video, Dr. Michael Kneeland, a physician, Associate Dean in the T.H. Chan School of Medicine, and Chair of our campus-wide Clery Committee, will provide an overview of the Clery Act.

Note: Watching this video is mandatory for all employees.

Please click the picture below to view the video.


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