Stetson University

Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities Act Compliance

Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities Act Compliance

Wednesday, May 23rd at 1:00 pm EST
Cost: $189

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Institutions of Higher Education have significant compliance responsibilities under the Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities Act (SDFSCA) and implementing regulations (Part 86). The Department of Education may soon begin to take greater regulatory initiatives under the Safe and Drug Free School Act. Are you in compliance? Is your biennial review process in keeping with leading practices in the field? Have you completed and filed a biennial report with the Department of Education? Whether you have engaged in sophisticated prevention efforts or are just getting started, it is now time to improve your SDFSCA compliance efforts to reduce the risks created by high-risk alcohol and drug use. The major goal of compliance is to create safer and more responsible campuses; this webinar will help you reach that goal.

Your presenters will guide you to a greater understanding of current and potential SDFSCA compliance and provide detailed, complete guidance on cutting-edge compliance techniques -- including biennial reporting. The presenters include the leaders of the most prominent and award-winning alcohol abuse prevention centers in the nation, who routinely guide others in SDFSCA compliance efforts. The webinar will also provide insights into promising science-based prevention practices.

Take this opportunity to improve your SDFSCA compliance efforts. Individuals who sign up for this webinar will also receive discounted tuition at the college safety workshop at the 2013 National Conference on Law and Higher Education in February in Orlando, Fla. Now in its 34th year, the award-winning National Conference on Law and Higher Education will provide attendees with an unparalleled interactive interdisciplinary higher education law and policy conference experience. The conference is not just a place where leaders come to learn about higher education law and policy developments; it is often where legal reform begins and new policies and approaches develop.

Presenters:

Eric Davidson, Associate Director, Illinois Higher Education Center for Alcohol, Other Drug & Violence Prevention Eastern Illinois University

Joan Masters, Senior Coordinator, Partners in Prevention, Missouri's Higher Education Substance Abuse Consortium

Peter F. Lake, Professor and Director, Center for Excellence in Higher Education Law and Policy, Stetson University College of Law

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