Campus Exclusions

Campus Exclusions (100-015)

It is the policy of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Police Department (“UCCS PD”) to ensure the safety of the University through a system of warnings and exclusions. These warnings and exclusions are intended to provide reasonable protection to the University community as well as provide notice to those individuals accused of violating the Laws and Policies of the Regents, University rules, regulations, and policies, or local, state, and federal laws.

Environmental Health and Safety

From the Environmental Health and Safety webpage:

“Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) supports the University’s core mission of teaching, research, and service by providing comprehensive environmental, health and safety services to the University community. It is our mission to protect UCCS’s human and physical resources and preserve the environment. To that end, we are dedicated to creating a partnership with the campus community and providing services to assist faculty, staff and students in integrating safety and compliance into their workplace culture and behavior.”

The EHS webpage includes information on:

  • Hazardous Materials
  • Fire Protection
  • Occupational Safety
  • Training

Responsible Parties: 

Ron Honn: 719-255-3201, rhonn@uccs.edu

Cynthia Norton: 719-255-3212, cnorton@uccs.edu

Clery Act

Summary, from the Clery Center for Security on Campus:

“Originally known as the Campus Security Act, the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (20 USC § 1092(f)) is the landmark federal law that requires colleges and universities across the United States to disclose information about crime on and around their campuses. The law is tied to an institution’s participation in federal student financial aid programs and it applies to most institutions of higher education both public and private. The Clery Act is enforced by the United States Department of Education.

The law was amended in 1992 to add a requirement that schools afford the victims of campus sexual assault certain basic rights, and was amended again in 1998 to expand the reporting requirements. The 1998 amendments also formally named the law in memory of Jeanne Clery.  Subsequent amendments in 2000 and 2008 added provisions dealing with registered sex offender notification and campus emergency response. The 2008 amendments also added a provision to protect crime victims, ‘whistleblowers’, and others from retaliation.”

 

UCCS Department of Public Safety Clery Act Requirementshttp://www.uccs.edu/~asr/

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