In 1998 the law was later renamed the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (20 USC § 1092(f)), also referred to as the Clery Act, to honor Jeanne’s memory. However, the mission remains the same:
To provide timely information to the community about crime occurring in the area so they may make informed decisions regarding their safety and safety of others.
The Clery Act requires higher education institutions who receive federal funds to comply with over 115 policies and procedures related to safety and security. Clery compliance is regulated by the Department of Education, and strict fines and penalties are enforced on those institutions who fail to comply with its mandates. The University of Tennessee works diligently to comply with the Clery Act and to keep its community safe and informed.
This website serves as a platform of information and resources to help the campus community understand the Clery Act, to provide easily accessible campus crime information and statistics, and to support other initiatives related to compliance.
For additional information on the university’s compliance with the Clery Act, or to address any questions or concerns, you may contact the Clery Coordinator at email@example.com.