Many employees at IU are required to take at least one short online training module about their federally mandated safety responsibilities toward students.
Not sure if this includes you? Check your email from Aug. 21 for IU Public Safety messages that discuss reporting and training obligations under Title IX and the Clery Act.
IU employees with significant student and campus responsibilities or responsibilities for campus safety and security are considered both Responsible Employees (RE) under Title IX and Campus Security Authorities (CSA) under the Clery Act. Other employees who interact with students, but may not necessarily be determined to have significant responsibilities are still considered to be Responsible Employees. Additionally, any employee who is in a supervisory role is also considered a Responsible Employee.
Some people who were notified will need to take both modules while others will just take one. Each module focuses on student safety and should take 30 minutes or less to complete. Both
Although IU strongly encourages everyone to report any crime that occurs on or around campus, the Clery Act requires certain crimes reported to a Campus Security Authority (CSA) be included in those annual statistics. Therefore, CSAs must be identified and trained in their reporting responsibilities. If
Please refer to your email for additional information, such as directions for accessing the free training modules. The email was sent by IU Public Safety, which is part of Public Safety and Institutional Assurance. PSIA staff work closely with IU’s Office of Institutional Equity & Title IX on compliance and awareness of these federal regulations.