A "Campus Security Authority" (CSA) is an official of an institution who has significant
responsibility for student and campus activities, including, but not limited to, student activities
and programing, faculty and staff advisor to student organizations, faculty and staff hosting trips,
student discipline and campus judicial proceedings. An official is defined as any person who has
the authority and the duty to take action or respond to particular issues on behalf of the
institution. If someone has significant responsibility for students and campus activities, s/he is a CSA.
If a crime is reported to a CSA, it must be reported to the reporting structure identified by the institution (the Campus Police), regardless of whether the reporting party wants to file a report with law enforcement or press charges.
In this section you will find important information regarding: the Clery Act, CSA Training & Recertification videos, reporting requirements, report forms, Clery Crime definition listing, and Clery Geographical reporting area maps.
Should you have any question as to whether or not you're a Campus Security Authority please read the "CSA Reference Guide" in the left hand column for additional information. You may also contact the Chief of Campus Police at firstname.lastname@example.org.