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Campus Safety and Security Task Force  

What's New
Title IX Training for Campus Professionals will be held June 2-4 on the Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City campus. Sponsored by Oklahoma State University and the State Regents’ Council on Student Affairs and Campus Safety and Security Task Force, this low-cost series of workshops will cover topics including Title IX investigation and documentation techniques; student conduct considerations; and Clery Act documentation, reporting and administration requirements. The event is CLEET accredited, and continuing education credits have been requested for counselors and legal staff.

We hope you’ll consider participating, and we encourage you to share this information with others on campus who may also benefit from this training, including Title IX program staff, student affairs and risk management officers, campus law enforcement and emergency managers. Seating is limited and registration closes May 22.

For more information, see the workshop series flier (PDF, 361k) or contact Dr. Lee Bird, OSU vice president for student affairs, at 405.744.5328 or kathy.shelton@okstate.edu.


The Campus Safety and Security Task Force was established by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education in January 2013 to review and promote security on college and university campuses in Oklahoma. The students, faculty, administrators and visitors at Oklahoma’s colleges and universities will benefit from a heightened emphasis on campus safety and security as the task force brings the proper focus to this important issue.

The role of the task force will include but not be limited to:

Members of the task force will be appointed by Chancellor Johnson.

Priorities of the task force will include but not be limited to: