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New York Education - Article 129-A - § 6431 Advisory Committee on Campus Security

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    §  6431.  Advisory  committee  on campus security. 1. The president or
  chief administrative officer of each college, except  those  independent
  colleges  ineligible  to  receive  state  aid  under  section sixty-four
  hundred one of this title, shall appoint an advisory committee on campus
  security.
    2. Such committee shall consist of a minimum of six members, at  least
  half  of  whom  shall  be  female;  one-third  of the committee shall be
  appointed from a list of students  that  contains  at  least  twice  the
  number  to  be  appointed  which  is  provided  by  the  largest student
  governance organization on  such  campus,  one-third  thereof  shall  be
  appointed  from a list of faculty members that contains twice the number
  to be appointed which is provided by the largest faculty organization on
  such campus, and one-third of whom shall be selected by the president or
  chief administrative officer.
    3. The committee shall review current  campus  security  policies  and
  procedures  and  make  recommendations  for  their improvement. It shall
  specifically review current policies and procedures for:
    a. educating the campus community, including  security  personnel  and
  those  persons  who  advise or supervise students, about sexual assault,
  domestic violence and stalking offenses pursuant to  section  sixty-four
  hundred thirty-two of this article;
    b.  educating  the  campus  community  about personal safety and crime
  prevention;
    c. reporting sexual assaults, domestic violence and stalking incidents
  and assisting victims during investigations;
    d. referring complaints to appropriate authorities;
    e. counseling victims; and
    f. responding to inquiries from concerned persons.
    4. The committee shall report, in writing, to the college president or
  chief administrative officer on  its  findings  and  recommendations  at
  least  once  each academic year, and such report shall be available upon
  request.
    5. Nothing in this section shall be construed to alter, amend,  modify
  or affect existing standards for civil liability.
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