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Vol. 42, No. 6 NovemberDecember 2012 20122013 Board of Directors President Anne P. Glavin California State University at Northridge President Elect Vickie L. Weaver Rider University Treasurer Jasper Cooke Augusta State University Immediate Past President Paul V. Verrecchia College of Charleston Directors Pierre Barbarie McGill University Ray Wheatley Dublin City University Jim Schumann Hamline University Thomas M. Saccenti Marietta College Randy A. Burba Chapman University David Bousquet Becke

P residents Message IACLEA Governance Review By Anne P Glavin, President . Someone once said, The best way to predict the future is to create it. As I mentioned in my remarks upon becoming your president last June, experts on association governance recommend that organizations review their governance periodically to determine if it meets the needs of members and if it is efficient and effective. As membership in an association grows or as the association faces different challenges, a system o

ONAL ASS RNATI OCI AT I December 2012 Dear Members, ON OF US LAW EN CAMP FO RC T EN EM NISTRATOR ADMI S CO E RPO Thank you for your warm welcome, friendly support and positive feedback as I complete my first TN R A T E PA R year with IACLEA. My primary responsibility, as Director of Corporate Relations, is managing the Corporate Partner Program. In the past the NovemberDecember issue of the Campus Law Enforcement Journal featured the IACLEA Corporate Partners with articles and promotions

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A ssociation News Headquarters Staff Changes The IACLEA Board of Directors approved the appointment of Christopher G. Blake, CAE, for the position of chief staff officer for IACLEA during the past Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada. The appointment was effective on November 1, 2012. He succeeds Peter J. Berry, CAE, who has served in the position for the past 29 years. Berry announced to the Board this past spring that he was ready to step back from his extensive management responsibilities. He

A ssociation News Marietta College President Joins Accreditation Commission Harry Kinne, chair of the IACLEA Accreditation Commission, announced that Dr. Joseph W. Bruno, president of Marietta College, has been appointed to the commission. Dr. Bruno, a native of Chicago, Illinois, became Marietta Colleges 18th president on July 1, 2012, after serving for 28 years in faculty and administrative roles at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. Dr. Bruno received his undergraduate educatio

A ssociation News 2013 Scholarship and Awards Nominations Are Now Open IACLEA Scholarships Each year IACLEA awards three 1,000 scholarships. Nominations are now open. Fulltime undergraduate or graduate students who work parttime in the campus securitypublic safetypolice department are eligible. Please urge qualified student employees to apply. Completed applications must be received by March 29, 2013. IACLEA Awards Consider submitting a nomination for an IACLEA Award to be bestowed at the 2013

A ssociation News Connections Library Resources Members find significant value in the IACLEAL egroup. It is an active online environment that encourages members to, as an old telephone book states, reach out and touch someone. Posting a request for information and getting direct responses from your peers is a valuable service. IACLEAL is just one part of the IACLEA Connections Your Online Community. Sometimes the questions you have or research you need is available without asking. IACLEA Conn

A ssociation News 20132014 Nomination Process By Paul V. Verrecchia, Immediate Past President IACLEA is beginning the nomination process for 20132014 leadership positions. IACLEAs goal in the nomination and election process is to produce an effective volunteer leadership team. The Board of Directors supports an open nomination process to infuse the Association with new leadership while simultaneously maintaining continuity and insight into the Associations needs and functions. A further goal

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A ssociation News 360 Stay SafeTM LLC, Renews Corporate Partnership 360 Stay SafeTM LLC has renewed its commitment as a Titanium Partner of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, Inc. IACLEA under the Corporate Partnership program. IACLEA established the Corporate Partnership Program to support the implementation of the Associations strategic initiatives, to further its educational mission, and to enhance the ability of campus public safety agencies to protect

A ssociation News University of Toronto Hosts Crime Prevention Officer Course Chief Dan Hutt of the University of Toronto Police Department hosted the National Crime Prevention Council and IACLEA ThreeDay Campus Crime Prevention Officer training course November 68, 2012. The threeday class was led by Lee Struble from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, New York. As part of the course, the 21 participants completed a practicum exercise of conducting an exterior crime prevention through enviro

M ember News New Members Institutional Membership AldersonBroaddus College Sarah E. Ward Coker College Michael Williamson College of Saint Mary Edward Monnier Cornell College Julie A. Houser Dexter SchoolSouthfield School Richard D. Saul Fulton County Schools Felipe A. Usury HannibalLaGrange University Albert Higdon Johnson Wales University North Miami Doug Nunnally Lindenwood University John Bowman Montgomery County Community College Central Campus Joseph S. McGuriman Northland College Robe

M ember News Augusta State University Memorial and Awards Luncheon All too often the only time officers re meaning of duty and honor. Mr. David departmental qualifications. Officer Perry ceive feedback from police administra Alalof, local civic leader, and the presi Merrill received the departmental Bridge tions is when something was done wrong dent of the Shield Club, served as the Building Award for building the or could have been done better. Recog keynote speaker. The Shield Club is a depa

M ember News Lisa Walter Inducted Into the Richard LaMunyon LETR for Special Olympics Hall of Fame Chief Lisa Walter from the University of WisconsinStout Police Department was recently inducted into the Richard LaMunyon Law Enforcement Torch Run LETR for Special Olympics Hall of Fame at the International LETR Conference on November 10, 2012. The Richard LaMunyon LETR for Special Olympics Hall of Fame recognizes individuals who have demonstrated a sustained and significant contribution to the

IACLEA Accreditation Standards for Campus Public Safety Professionals by Campus Public Safety Professionals IACLEA Accreditation is available to all college and university law enforcement, security, and public safety departments. IACLEA Accreditation constitutes recognition that a department conforms to the highest professional standards for campus law enforcement and protective services. Benefits of IACLEA Accreditation Provides a professional benchmark for measuring policies and practices A

M ember News Hurricane Sandy Funds Created The New Jersey Police Chiefs Foundation, the charitable unit of the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police, has established a Hurricane Sandy Injured Officer Assistance Fund to provide assistance to officers who have been injured in the performance of their duties during the storm and the continued recovery efforts. This assistance is intended to enable officers and their families to address those incidental costs that follow a serious workr

Public Safety The State of TwoYear Institutions By Members of the TwoYear Institutions Committee White Paper Presented at the Reno, Nevada Conference Communitycollege enrollment has grown, a boom that has been widely attributed to younger students seeking affordable education close to home and people seeking new job skills in the wake of the recession Mullin, 2012. The definition of a twoyear institution of higher education embraces technical schools, community colleges, state colleges, junior

Public Safety The State of TwoYear Institutions Continued from page 20 higher education, maps out current trends and provides a point of information for future research. This paper will cover the areas of supervisionmanagement, funding, resources, expanding responsibilities, emergency management and recommendations for future research. Issues of Supervision Management Twoyear institutions have supervision and management issues different from and similar to their fouryear counterparts. Issues of

Public Safety The State of TwoYear Institutions Continued from page 21 External Funding Sources Limited external funding options exist for these institutions. In 2009, the Campus Safety Security Project, led by the National Association of College and University Business Officers, found 35 percent of public twoyear colleges report funds from state resources and 23 percent report funds from federal resources. Federal sources of money have included the Office of Community Oriented Policing Servic

Public Safety The State of TwoYear Institutions Continued from page 22 program to campuses that are miles apart and often in different jurisdictions presents unique staffing, facility, communication and organizational issues that have left campus security and police departments struggling to identify resources quickly enough to address the campus crime and service issues that have resulted from this growth. Campus Security and Police Facility Resources Most of the institutions surveyed indicate

Public Safety The State of TwoYear Institutions Continued from page 23 Model standards for developing requests for proposals and scope of service Model standards for negotiating and developing contracts Identifying performance measures to evaluate the contract program Developing post orders, standard operating procedures and training standards for contract staff Best practices to integrate the contract workforce with the current or transitional workforce The resource area identified by th

Public Safety The State of TwoYear Institutions Continued from page 24 between the ages of 1518 have a cell phone Thomas McGee, 2012. This fact has its benefits for public safety and its drawbacks. The benefit is now most students and employees may be contacted via text message on a cell phone in an emergency and advised what actions to take. Seen as one notification tier, text messaging allows students to be contacted personally as opposed to a reliance on them interpreting a mass notificatio

Public Safety The State of TwoYear Institutions Continued from page 25 toration of facilities, functions and learning. In a widearea disaster, such as weather, there may be a high demand for recovery services, so a prior agreement or contract is recommended. In some jurisdictions, recovery and emergency equipment may be available from other institutions in the vicinity, as may emergency personnel. It is vital that firm agreements and understanding are established prior to the need. Organization

Public Safety The State of TwoYear Institutions Continued from page 26 gency preparedness, or public safetysecuritypolice department, the burden of planning and making hard impact decisions may fall to the wayside. Overall, twoyear institutions must plan and practice their decision making processes in advance so there are no questions when the event which will never happen happens. Emergency Management Funding Challenges In recent years, funding in higher education institutions has been scruti

Public Safety The State of TwoYear Institutions Continued from page 27 Presidents Message Continued from page 4 lege District David Parchim, Director of Public Safety, Ranken Technical College Eric Plummer, Chief of Police, Southern Arkansas University System Police Department George Okaty, Director of Safety and Security, Tidewater Community College Glenn Rosenberg, Vice President Higher Education, AlliedBarton Security Services John Upton, Director of Campus Security, Georgia Highlands Colle

Book Em Danno The Risks in Detainee Processing and Detention By David Tedjeske, Chair of the IACLEA Accreditation Commissions Standards Review and Interpretation Committee An important but sometimes overlooked aspect of university policing is the safety of police detainees and officers from the time of arrest through processing and detention or release. Many arrestees enter campus police facilities intoxicated, under the influence of drugs, or following a physical altercation prior to or during

Book Em Danno The Risks in Detainee Processing and Detention Continued from page 29 firearms is an issue that must be addressed for agencies that conduct processing, as well as detention 8.1.4. Standards referring to detention apply to agencies that permit detainees to be held unattended for any length of time. Unattended detainees may begin to manifest symptoms of a previously undetected injury or drugalcohol overdose. Monitoring through CCTV is permitted but is substantially different from in

Lessons Learned from Hurricanes 2006 An IACLEA Executive Summary Report As colleges and universities throughout the northeastern U.S. continue to cope with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, IACLEAs thoughts remain with those on the front lines who are involved in the recovery and business continuity efforts. IACLEA is reprinting excerpts from the executive summary of the white paper, Campus Public Safety Preparedness for Catastrophic Events Lessons Learned from Hurricanes and Explosives. It is

Lessons Learned from Hurricanes 2006 Continued from page 31 Listening Session specifically for the Gulf Coast schools. The concept was that a catastrophic event such as Hurricane Katrina presents many of the same challenges as a WMDterrorist event the need to evacuate and protect large numbers of students and others, the need to protect property and maintain order, and the need for mutual aid and cooperation among law enforcement, first responder and other groups. One of the campus public safet

Lessons Learned from Hurricanes 2006 Continued from page 32 The participant schools had a wide range of experiences during Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. The following summary highlights the central lessons they cited as most important and most generally applicable across a range of hazards. Planning It is imperative to have uptodate emergency operations plans that address all hazards and are exercised on a regular basis. During the hurricanes, many schools found themselves without adequate plans

Lessons Learned from Hurricanes 2006 Continued from page 33 tion of response and recovery efforts. Campus executives with the authority to make decisions sometimes involving the modification of existing policies must be accessible throughout an emergency. In any largescale event that involves multiple government officials at the municipal, county, state and federal level, command structures can be confusing. It is essential to have written agreements in place that clarify command structure and

Lessons Learned from Hurricanes 2006 Continued from page 34 During weather incidents, patrol vehicles should be staged out of floodprone areas, and should be dispersed in separate locations so that catastrophic damage in one location does not affect all vehicles. People Key personnel should be identified in advance, and provisions to take care of those people and their families should be made. At the very least, officers and other key campus personnel should have their own emergency plans for

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