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Who qualifies as a Campus Security Authority (CSA)?

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Who qualifies as a Campus Security Authority (CSA)?

Who qualifies as a Campus Security Authority (CSA)?

The law defines four categories of CSAs: 

University Police Department sworn personnel and department administrators.

Non-police people of offices responsible for campus security. These CSAs have security presence or access control authority on university property, including, but not  limited to, security guards, campus parking enforcement staff, student patrol officers, security staff at athletic events, and student ID checkers.

The Officials with significant responsibility for student and campus activities category is defined broadly to ensure complete coverage and thorough reporting of crimes. To determine which individuals or organizations are CSAs consider job functions that    involve relationships with students. Look for Officials (i.e., not support staff) whose  functions involve relationships with students. An Official is defined as any person who has the authority and the duty to take action or respond to particular issues on behalf of the University.

If someone has significant responsibility for student and campus   activities, they are a CSA. Some examples of CSAs in this category include, but are not  limited to: deans, student affairs professionals, student housing staff, athletic director/assistant directors, coaches, student activities coordinators, student judicial officers, and faculty/staff advisors to student organizations.

Any individual or organization specified in an institution’s statement of campus security policy as an individual or organization to which students and employees should    report criminal offenses -University Police.