Clery Crime Spotlight: Criminal Offenses and Hate Crimes

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- Add to Calendar 2023-06-20 14:00:00 2023-06-20 15:30:00 Clery Crime Spotlight: Criminal Offenses and Hate Crimes Join us to explore the complexities of counting, collecting, and classifying criminal offenses and hate crimes under the Clery Act. During this webinar we will: review the definitions of criminal offenses; review the definitions of the four additional crime categories classified for hate crimes and explore the appropriate bias categories; examine the history of hate crimes in relation to being added to the Clery Act; discuss best practices for incorporating these crime categories into your annual security report; and, practice how to count and classify Clery Crimes with an emphasis on utilizing the hierarchy rule. Free registration. Online Online noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Join us to explore the complexities of counting, collecting, and classifying criminal offenses and hate crimes under the Clery Act. During this webinar we will: review the definitions of criminal offenses; review the definitions of the four additional crime categories classified for hate crimes and explore the appropriate bias categories; examine the history of hate crimes in relation to being added to the Clery Act; discuss best practices for incorporating these crime categories into your annual security report; and, practice how to count and classify Clery Crimes with an emphasis on utilizing the hierarchy rule. Free registration.


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