The Clery Act requires institutions to maintain statistics on Clery Act crimes that occurred within Clery Act geographic locations that were reported to campus security authorities (CSAs). As these statistics are derived from the reports of CSAs it is imperative to create a sound structure for reporting this information accurately and succinctly to alleviate making the reporting process ineffective or burdensome.   Standardizing the way CSAs report and the information they should provide can assist with streamlining classification of Clery crimes on the front-end making for easier record reconciliation down the road.  Join Clery Center and TrackTik, a security workforce management solution, as we discuss strategies for refining reporting procedures, elements to consider when working with or developing a reporting system, and departments or offices to consider including as partners in developing the content and executing the procedures.  Clery Center will also highlight free resources developed to ensure CSAs know what to report and how to report it including our sample CSA Reporting form and our Clery Act Essentials tool.  Please submit any questions you’d like answered during this webinar by September 18th to Laura Egan at

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Laura Egan
Senior Director Programs
Clery Center

Laura Egan oversees the development and execution of training and technical assistance projects, programs, and resources at Clery Center, including Clery Act Training Seminars, webinars, and National Campus Safety Awareness Month.  She presents nationally and provides individualized support on compliance with and implementation of Clery Act requirements, campus safety, compliance, and gender based violence and discrimination.  Prior to joining the Clery Center, Laura worked at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA for five years serving in both residence life and student conduct roles.

Laura earned a B.A. in Psychology from Villanova University and a M.A. in Education and Human Development from The George Washington University.


Caitlin McCamish
Director of Training & Technical Assistance
Clery Center

Caitlin oversees and provides technical support and assistance specific to the Clery Act to Clery Center members and the public. She also facilitates trainings, including serving as a lead instructor at Clery Act Training Seminars.

Prior to joining Clery Center, Caitlin worked as the Director of Title IX at University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas and was responsible for ensuring the University’s compliance with Title IX, the Clery Act and other federal regulations. Before pursuing a career in higher education, Caitlin worked at the Bexar County Criminal District Attorney’s Office as an Assistant Criminal District Attorney, where she prosecuted cases involving sexual assault and domestic violence.

Caitlin earned a B.A. in Psychology from Texas Tech University and a J.D. and Health Law Certificate from Texas Tech University School of Law.


Mark Folmer
VP of Industry and Security

Mark Folmer, CPP, FSyI is a security leader, committed to shaping the future of the industry. With Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and The Security Institute (FSyI) certifications and more than two decades of security operations and volunteer experience, he is Vice President, Security Industry of TrackTik Software — the No. 1 security workforce management platform  — where he helps organizations globally transform their security operations to unprecedented levels of intelligence and efficiency. Mark is dedicated to advancing the industry through his long-time involvement with the ASIS International Standards and Guidelines process. Affiliated with various industry associations, Mark leads the volunteer efforts for ASIS in Canada and was recently named Chair of the ASIS Security Service Council, where he is focused on driving thought leadership on industry improvement, ESRM, technology and data use. A university instructor and industry speaker, Mark has been featured in industry publications globally and was named to IFSEC’s Global Influencers list in 2018 and 2019 for Security Thought Leadership.