Attendees receive a certificate following the completion of the required online class.
(NOTE: The online training class is reserved for and limited to individuals who have graduated from the D.
Campuses can purchase an Online Training Center that contains various courses to allow campuses to get into compliance by training their Campus Security Authorities-CSAs (under the Clery Act) and Responsible Employees-REs (under Title IX) on the requirements of both laws.
The Online Sexual Assault Investigations Recertification Program is available to graduates of the courses listed above at an annual cost of $89.00/person.
If a registrant is also a registrant of the Online Domestic/Dating Violence and Stalking Investigations Recertification Training Program, the cost is reduced to an annual cost of $69.00/person.
In addition to receiving comprehensive instruction through a series of in-person, online and on-demand programs, participants will receive personalized attention and feedback from the leaders of NACCOP as they work through the various components of the Certification Program.
The Clery Act is a complex and ever-evolving law riddled with ambiguous rules with many exceptions.
The Clery Act, as amended by the 2013 Reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, requires that investigators (criminal, civil rights/Title IX/conduct) and hearing board members receive annual training on the issues related to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.
They are required to receive annual training about how to conduct an investigation and adjudication process that protects the safety of the victim and promotes accountability. Stafford and Associates training programs, “Investigation of Sex Crimes for Campus Police, Public Safety and Conduct/Title IX Civil Rights Investigators: Conducting Trauma-Informed Investigations” and “Title IX Coordinator/Investigator Class” are eligible to participate in the Online Sexual Assault Investigations Recertification training classes, which will fulfill the annual training requirement under the Violence Against Women Act requirements of the Clery Act.
DSA staff will verify that the person has graduated from the required class prior to providing the registrant with a login and password to the system.
The Online DVDVS Investigations Recertification Program is available to graduates of the courses listed above at an annual cost of .00/person.
DSA will produce a minimum of one required class per year (each class has at least two modules) for attendees to maintain their certification and each class will include a quiz to measure and assess learning.