Campus Security Authority Training

Please use this form to complete your annual Campus Security Authority training pursuant to the Clery Act. You will not receive credit for the training unless this form is completed and submitted. 

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Use this form to complete your required annual Campus Security Authority training.



Training Questions


Correct. You have been identified as a Campus Security Authority for Grand Valley State University. 

Incorrect. You have been identified as a Campus Security Authority for Grand Valley State University. Please review the list of examples of CSAs. 

Examples of Positions That Are CSAs

  • Law Enforcement Officers
  • Security Officers
  • Dean of Students Office professional staff
  • Residential housing staff
  • Coaches and athletic directors
  • Student activities coordinators
  • Judicial affairs
  • Faculty or staff advisors to student organizations
  • Coordinator of Greek affairs
  • Students who monitor access to dormitories or other facilities
  • Event security staff

If you feel you do not qualify as a CSA, please contact Kelli Dykstra at the Grand Valley Police Department (dykstrk1@gvsu.edu or (616) 331-3517). 


Correct. Team coaches, RAs and Faculty advisors to student groups are all likely to be identified as CSAs. 

Correct. HOWEVER, RAs and faculty advisors to student groups are also likely to be identified as CSAs. The best answer is "All of the above". 

Correct. HOWEVER, team coaches and faculty advisors to student groups are also likely to be identified as CSAs. The best answer is "All of the above".

Correct. HOWEVER, RAs and team coaches are also likely to be identified as CSAs. The best answer is "All of the above". 


Correct. You should report any crimes that may have occurred on or near University property, regardless of if the subjects involved are affiliated with the University. 

Incorrect. You should report any crimes that may have occurred on or near University property, regardless of if the subjects involved are affiliated with the University.


Correct. Clery geography can be tricky. If you are unsure, report the incident to allow Public Safety to make the determination. 

When in doubt, report it out! 

Incorrect. Clery geography can be tricky. If you are unsure, report the incident to allow Public Safety to make the determination. 

When in doubt, report it out! 


Correct. Pick-pocketing is not a Clery Act reportable offense and does not need to be reported on the CSA form. However, a pick-pocketing incident can still be reported to police. 

Incorrect. Sex offense, burglary and arson are all Clery Act reportable offenses and should be reported directly to police or via the CSA form. 


Correct. You should report an incident ASAP, and no longer than 48 hours after learning of the incident. 

Incorrect. You should report an incident ASAP, and no longer than 48 hours after learning of the incident.

Incorrect. You may ask if the victim has reported the incident to police or security, but do not insist that they do so. 


Correct. It is not your responsibility to investigate the incident. First ensure the victim is safe and is aware of available resources; then report the incident. 

Incorrect. It is not your responsibility to investigate the incident. First ensure the victim is safe and is aware of available resources; then report the incident. 

Annual Confirmation Process

By checking this box, I agree that I have reviewed the CSA training information and agree to fulfill my duties as a CSA should I become aware of a Clery reportable crime. *

The department is required to annually contact each Campus Security Authority to confirm that each incident reported to a CSA during the prior calendar year (2019) has been documented on a CSA Incident Report Form and submitted to Public Safety, or confirm that no crimes were reported to the CSA during the year. 

If an incident was previously reported to you and has not yet been documented on a CSA Incident Report Form, please visit CSA Report to submit an Incident Report Form. 

If you have not had any crimes reported to you or have already documented any crimes reported to you as a CSA, please check the box below to provide confirmation. 

I do not have knowledge of any Clery reportable crimes which were not previously reported to Grand Valley Public Safety Services or Title IX *

Thank You For Your Assistance!

Direct all questions about the Clery Act and Campus Security Authority responsibilities to: 

Chief Brandon DeHaan
Public Safety Services
Grand Valley State University 
(616) 331-3255

or

Kelli Dykstra
Clery Compliance Specialist
(616) 331-3517
dykstrk1@gvsu.edu

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Visit the Victim's Rights and Options page to learn about resources available to the GVSU community. 

Click "Submit" to record your responses; you will receive an email confirming you completed the training (be sure you entered your email correctly above). 



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