Report 2017-032 Recommendation 11 Responses

Report 2017-032: Clery Act Requirements and Crime Reporting: Compliance Continues to Challenge California's Colleges and Universities (Release Date: May 2018)

Recommendation #11 To: University, California State

To help ensure its institutions maintain complete and accurate information about crimes that occur on their properties, the CSU Chancellor's Office should issue a policy by August 2018 to specify the information its institutions should include in their daily crime logs.

6-Month Agency Response

In August 2018, the Chancellor's Office established Section 4450.00 of the Integrated California State University Administrative Manual, Clery Act Daily Crime Log. This policy outlines details about the types of crimes that must be entered in the daily crime log as well as the information those entries must include. Further, the policy includes details about the maintenance of the crime log and provides a suggested format.

California State Auditor's Assessment of 6-Month Status: Fully Implemented

60-Day Agency Response

The Chancellor's Office has formed a work group led by an Office of General Counsel Clery subject matter expert to develop a systemwide policy. A draft policy has already been developed which will assist campuses in the accurate completion of their daily crime logs. The information will be sent to campuses by the Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer by August 2018.

California State Auditor's Assessment of 60-Day Status: Pending

All Recommendations in 2017-032

Agency responses received are posted verbatim.