The Clery Act – A Strong Reminder About Compliance in Light of the Penn State Tragedy

July 17, 2012

The Freeh Report on Pennsylvania State University – an independent investigative report commissioned by Penn State’s Board of Trustees, in part, to assess the response of University administrators and staff to the child sexual abuse allegations and subsequent Grand Jury investigations of Jerry Sandusky, and to provide recommendations regarding the University’s governance, oversight, and administrative procedures – provides a harsh and tragic lesson about the damage that can be done when an institution’s administrators and management fail to foster a culture of responsibility, transparency, and accountability.

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