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Clery Center for Security On Campus Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 09/09/2014: Clery Center for Security On Campus

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 09/08/2014: CLERY CENTER FOR SECURITY ON CAMPUS

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Wayne, PA
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Clery Center for Security On Campus Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 09/09/2014: Clery Center for Security On Campus

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 09/08/2014: CLERY CENTER FOR SECURITY ON CAMPUS

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Physical Address: Wayne, PA 19087 
EIN: 23-2485759
Web URL: www.clerycenter.org 
NTEE Category: I Crime, Legal Related
I20 Crime Prevention N.E.C.
M Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness and Relief
M40 Safety Education
I Crime, Legal Related
I01 Alliance/Advocacy Organizations
Ruling Year: 1989 
How This Organization Is Funded: Program Fees - $442,070
Contributions, Gifts, & Foundation Grants - $226,636
Federal Grants - $123,408


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Mission Statement

The Clery Center for Security On Campus is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) dedicated to preventing violence, substance abuse and other crimes on college and university campuses across the United States, and to compassionately assist the victims of these crimes.

Legitimacy Information

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Fiscal Year Starting: January 1, 2013
Fiscal Year Ending: December 31, 2013

Total Revenue $814,136
Total Expenses $679,285

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Ms. Alison G. Kiss

Profile:

Alison Kiss is the Executive Director of the Clery Center for Security on Campus and formerly served as Director of Programs (September 2005-September 2009). Ms. Kiss rejoined the Clery Center after serving as Director of Wellness, Alcohol, and Drug Education at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. She has contributed and appeared in major media outlets, including CNN, NBC Today, CBS Early Show, Time Magazine, and FOX News. Ms. Kiss recently published book chapters on campus safety in “Victims of Sexual Assault and Abuse: Resources and Responses for Individuals and Families” and “Campus Crime” (3rd Ed). She has provided services as an expert witness in campus sexual assault civil cases and is affiliated with many professional organizations, including: Rapid Response Expert Network, Violence Against Women Online Resources (VAWNET), Expanded Partners Group, “Vision 21: Transforming Victims Services”, Department of Justice: OVC-sponsored project, and the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). She also served as a member of the National Attorneys General Task Force on School and Campus Safety. Prior to her work at the Clery Center, Ms. Kiss worked in education, health education, and counseling. She earned a B.A. in Psychology and Spanish from The Catholic University of America and a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Saint Joseph’s University where she completed a thesis on “Crisis Management in Secondary Schools.” She is currently enrolled in a residency Doctoral program in Higher Education Administration at Northeastern University. She is an avid distance runner and spends her time as a volunteer on the Board of Directors for the Kristin Mitchell Foundation and assisting with communications for the Preeclampsia Foundation.

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Programs

Program: Jeanne Clery Act Training Seminars (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$250,778
Category:
Crime & Legal, General/Other
Population Served:
Adults
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Program Description:

The Clery Center’s Jeanne Clery Act Training Seminars (CATS) curriculum was designed by a multidisciplinary team of experts and practitioners in the fields of campus law enforcement and student affairs. The in-person and online seminars also incorporate the most recent changes to the Clery Act within the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) amendments to Clery, which expand the Act to include domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. They highlight how institutions can make a “good faith” effort to comply with the statutory requirements and expectations for when the final regulations will go into effect. Each day and a half seminar includes presentations on: 1. Emergency Response and Alerting Your Campus Community 2. The Four W’s of Crime Reporting (Who, Where, When, and What) 3. Building a Safer Campus Community (VAWA Amendments to the Clery Act, the Intersection of the Clery Act and Title IX, and Prevention Education) 4. Bringing It All Together in the Annual Security Report Each interactive session is taught by a practitioner in his or her field. The Clery Center encourages institutions to send collaborative teams to learn how different offices on campus can come together to better comply with the Act and truly embrace the spirit of the law.

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Budget:
$88,432
Category:
Crime & Legal, General/Other
Population Served:
Youth/Adolescents only (14 - 19 years)
Young Adults (20-25 years) -- currently not in use
Adults

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The Clery Center operates a program designed to provide outreach and education to high schools, colleges, parents, and campus administrators. Topics include legal and compliance issues, personal health and safety, and building safer campus communities. In 2013, the Clery Center partnered with Rowan University filmmakers to create and promote PACT5, a national campaign dedicated to preventing sexual violence on college campuses. PACT5's documentaries convey powerful stories that encourage positive behaviors in potentially harmful situations. The Clery Center believes this collaboration offers an opportunity to transcend the gap between policy and students' lives.

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Program: National Campus Safety Awareness Month (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$15,708
Category:
Community Crime Prevention
Population Served:
Young Adults (20-25 years) -- currently not in use
Adults
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National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM) received the unanimous support of Congress in 2008. Each September, the Clery Center for Security On Campus partners with colleges, universities, and other agencies to offer campus safety programming and ideas. In 2013, the Clery Center partnered with over 400 campuses and dozens of nonprofit organizations to create a digital toolkit with programming ideas as well as online discussions and trainings.

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Program: Victim Advocacy (GuideStar Exchange,
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September 2014)

Budget:
$8,308
Category:
Victims
Population Served:
Crime/Abuse Victims
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Program Description:

The Clery Center is a clearinghouse of information for victims and their families regarding Clery Act compliance and Title IX guidelines. Our staff is committed to empowering students, student victims, and parents to learn about the unique rights afforded to students on college campuses.

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Program: Awareness Initiatives (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$91,121
Category:
Crime & Legal, General/Other
Population Served:
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Activities or events to raise general or specific campus safety awareness/education that does not fit any of the other specific program categories. Examples include policy and legislative issues, speaking engagements, webinars, and/or networking opportunities.

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Program: Collaborative Program (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$64,137
Category:
Crime & Legal, General/Other
Population Served:
Adults
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Program Description:

The Clery Center Collaborative Program is a team-based learning membership initiative that brings together colleges and universities to build cost-effective, customized, and sustainable approaches to campus safety and Clery Act compliance. Piloted in 2013, the Collaborative has over 40 institutional members from seven states.

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Impact Summary from the Nonprofit

The Clery Center for Security On Campus model for social change is built on the fundamental belief that collaboration among key stakeholders will create safer campus communities. Four core elements define our work and benchmark successful attainment of our mission: Advocacy informs our vision and services. We empower students, campus employees, student victims and their loved ones by providing information about crime prevention, crisis counseling and the unique rights afforded students on college campuses. Education and Training: emphasizing a collaborative approach and best practice models, The Clery Center for Security On Campus educates and trains campus stakeholders about safety, prevention, peer intervention and Clery Act compliance. Policy: The Clery Center for Security On Campus supports initiatives and legislation that support our mission and provide a realistic framework for accountability.
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