Fuller Theological Seminary Campus Safety Celebrates 1 year anniversary

This month, Fuller Theological Seminary Campus Safety Department celebrated the completion of its first year of exemplary service to the Fuller Campus.

Led by Campus Safety Chief Gary Mejia, the Campus Safety Department has added new service tools to protect and serve the student, faculty and staff as well as the guests to the campus.  These features include:

  • The expansion of the Department staff, now 20 members strong
  • Vehicle patrol, transportation and escort services
  • Expanded Security Camera systems
  • And the successful application and award of FEMA and UASI grants that will additional enhance security programs and tools to protect the campus community

For more information on the 1st year anniversary of the Department, see this feature article at Campus Safety Announcement FTS 82016.

Congratulations Chief Mejia and the entire Fuller Team!

Stan Skipworth named “Director of the Year” by Campus Safety Magazine

On Monday, July 25th, CCUPCA’s own Stan Skipworth, Director of Campus Safety at The Claremont Colleges, was named Campus Safety Magazine’s “Director of the Year” for Higher Education.  The award was presented by CSM Editor Robin Hattersley Gray during the first day the annual Campus Safety Conference East, at the Gaylord Resort in National Harbor, Maryland.  Others awarded this prestigious honor were Lisa Terry, University of North Carolina Health Care’s director of hospital police and transportation for the Health Sector; and Kevin Wren, Rock Hill (S.C.) Schools’ director of campus security systems, representing K-12 systems.

2016 marked the second consecutive year a CCUPCA member was honored by Campus Safety Magazine, with Biola Chief John Ojeisekhoba receiving the award last year, also for the Higher Education sector.

Congratulations to Stan for this tremendous honor!

 

 

CCUPCA Training Announcement: CSA Training September 23, 2016 at Irvine Valley College

Compliance with the Clery Act can be daunting, adding VAWA, Title IX, and the California Education Code in the mix can be overwhelming.  This course is designed to breakdown the parts of compliance, who needs to be involved, timelines for requirements, and policy requirements.  The bottom-line of the Clery Act is Campus Safety.

This training will encompass:

  • The basic requirements of the Clery Act.
  • Overview of the just released 2016 Clery Handbook.
  • Campus Security Authority Training (CSA) to address the mandated annual CSA training requirement.
  • Attendees will participate in scenario based training.
  • Overview of awareness program requirements and development.
  • Connection between the Clery Act, VAWA, and Title IX.

The goal of the training is for attendees to leave with an understanding of:

  • The basic requirements of Clery
  • Be able to determine who within their institution is a CSA, and the role of the CSA.
  • How to determine campus Geography and request statistics from other agencies
  • Developing a collaborative relationship within the institution for compliance with the Clery Act.
  • Sample reporting forms.
  • Available resources to help with Clery Act Compliance.

When:              Friday, September 23, 2016

Time:               8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Where:            Irvine Valley College

Cost:                 $ 60.00

 

For more information, see the flyer at http://ccupca.com/training/ccupca-csa-training-9-23-2016/ or contact Karen Boguta-Reeve at kbogutareeve@palomar.edu

CCUPCA Mourns Baton Rouge Tragedy

The California College & University Police Chiefs Association is deeply saddened once again as it joins the nation and our law enforcement community as we mourn the tragic news of the loss of the Police Officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on July 17, 2016.  Our prayers are extended to these families and to the families of the officers and civilians who were wounded during these events.

We at CCUPCA also join and continue to call upon all those whose united voice and efforts calls for peace and an end to these violent acts within our communities.

CCUPCA Mourns the loss of Police Officers in Dallas, Texas

The California College & University Police Chiefs Association joins the nation’s law enforcement community and all the communities we serve as we mourn the loss of the Police Officers in Dallas, Texas on July 8, 2016.  Our prayers are extended to these families, and to the families of the officers and civilians who were wounded during these events.

We also join all those whose united voice calls for peace and an end to these violent acts within our communities.