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2002 Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act ( CSCPA )

The federal 2002 Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act requires colleges and universities to issue a statement advising the campus community where state law enforcement agency information concerning registered sex offenders/predators may be obtained. Registered sex offenders are also required to notify appropriate state officials of each institution of higher education at which the offender is employed or is a student.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement ( FDLE ) makes information concerning the presence of registered sexual offenders available to local law enforcement officials and the public. It is the responsibility of the county sheriff to notify the campus if an offender is enrolled or employed at the campus. The school is required to inform members of the campus community where to obtain information about such offenders.

Information regarding sexual offender / predators in our area may be found at the FDLE Website. Information on sexual offenders and Predators can also be obtained by contacting The Florida Department of Law Enforcement ( FDLE ) Sexual Offender & Predator Unit, P. O. Box 1489 Tallahassee, FL 32302 or by phone at (850) 410-8572, toll free at (888) 357-7332 and email at [email protected].

Information is also available in the United States Department of Justice national sex offender registry, see http://www.nsopw.gov/Core/Portal.aspx.

Additional Safety & Security Resources

Additional information pertaining to Safety and Security may be found by clicking on the link below or in the above menu of this webpage page:

  1. Annual Security Report – Statement of policies, compliance, crime reporting procedures, Title IX and drug and alcohol abuse policy.
  2. How to Find Assistance – List of campus, local, state and national resources to assist students.
  3. Training Materials for Title IX – foundational training to those individuals who will help to administer the Title IX required process, including Title IX coordinators, investigators, adjudicators, advisors, appeal officers, and individuals responsible for managing informal resolutions.
  4. Staff and Faculty Emergency Procedures – Campus safety, security and well-being information for staff and faculty.
  5. Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act (CSCPA) – Sexual Offender Information from 2002 – Information advising the campus community where state law enforcement agency information concerning registered sex offenders / predators may be obtained.
  6. Useful Safety Links – Helpful web-based information and referrals to law enforcement, emergency management and community resources that address safety, personal, family and financial Needs
  7. Title IX Resources – Overview of the university policies and procedures related to the intake, investigation, resolution, and implementation of supportive measures to stop, remediate, and prevent discrimination, harassment, and retaliation based on sex.
  8. Violence Against Women Act Resources – University policies and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) regarding sexual harassment, sexual violence, and sex discrimination, including dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.