About UVM Reporters
The Clery Act mandates that certain employees report suspected criminal activity that they become aware of to UVM Police Services for statistical inclusion in the University's Annual Security Report. Individuals with this obligation are called Campus Security Authorities or CSAs. Because there is significant overlap between who is designated as a CSA and who is considered a Responsible Employee with similar reporting obligations under federal non-discrimination laws, including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the University collectively refers to this population as UVM Reporters.
Notification and Training
UVM Reporters are identified annually, notified of their responsibilities via email, and provided with basic training materials on what they must report and how to make a report. An expanded training on the obligations on UVM Reporters is available several times each semester through UVM Professional Development and Training (course code: POL015). A copy of the the presentation, called "Required Reporting at UVM: Clery Act, Title IX and Beyond" is available here (opens PDF).
More information about UVM Reporters is avialable in UVM's Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) and Responsible Employees under Federal Law Operating Procedure (PDF).