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Federal legislation called the Jeanne Clery Act requires UCSB to compile and publish statistics regarding the occurrence of certain criminal offenses that are reported to a Campus Security Authority (CSA). Per the legislation, faculty and staff members who serve as advisors to campus organizations are considered CSAs. As an organization advisor, it is essential that you are knowledgeable about the duties of a Campus Security Authority (CSA) and familiar with how to respond to, document, and report any crimes that are required to be reported by Clery regulations.

Detailed information on the Clery Act, CSA duties, and campus requirements is provided at http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/policies/clery-act. A “Campus Security Authority (CSA) Training Toolbox” can be found at the bottom of this web page. You are strongly encouraged to review these materials, including the CSA Training Power Point presentation, to ensure you meet your obligations as a CSA and that the campus meets its responsibilities under the Clery Act. Instructions for how to submit are included at the top of the form. Please save this form in a readily accessible location for future reference. It is also available in the CSA Toolbox at the web page listed above.

Training is also available on the UCSB Learning Center at https://www.learningcenter.ucsb.edu/. You will need your UCSB NetID and password to log on to complete the “UCSB Online Clery Act Training” which takes approximately 20 minutes.

If you have any questions about your obligations as a Campus Security Authority, please do not hesitate to contact: