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K-State Today

February 1, 2018

Final day to complete the 2017 Clery Act Crime Disclosure Survey

Submitted by K-State Clery Compliance

Individuals will have until Friday, Feb. 2, to disclose any crime alleged to have occurred during the 2017 calendar year that was not previously reported to a university reporting stakeholder. The annual crime disclosure survey for the 2017 calendar year was distributed via email to campus security authorities on Jan. 1.

K-State will continue to sponsor various initiatives to increase awareness, educate and provide resources relating to individual and university obligations under the Clery Act. One such initiative is a convenient, global reporting website where information related to academic violations, code of conduct violations, students of concern, discrimination, and Clery Act reportable crimes may be reported.

Any questions regarding the crime disclosure survey, CSA designations or the Clery Act in general may be directed to Sarah F. Barrett, coordinator of Clery Act federal compliance, at ksuclery@k-state.edu.

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