University Compliance Services is here to help you conduct business in a culture of integrity, fairness and mutual respect. Below is a list of some of the services we provide to further that mission.
Compliance and Ethics Training
Compliance and Ethics Training is available in a variety of formats on a myriad of topics. For more information, please visit our Training Page. If you are interested in having a departmental training module hosted on the Compliance Training System, please review our “requirements document” and contact Jaime Davis, the Training Coordinator at 512-232-7842.
The Clery Crime Statistics are reported using the definitions outlined by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. These statistics represent a compilation of crime statistics from numerous campus security authorities, not just the University Police Department.
Compliance and Ethics Hotline Reporting
Compliance and ethics violations can be reported in several way without fear of retaliation. Please visit our Hotline page for more information.
In order to help foster an ethical campus environment, our office would be happy to speak with your group about compliance and ethics. We can provide a formal presentation or an informal Q&A on a variety of topics. Please contact our office for more information. Some groups to which we have presented in the past include orientations, faculty and staff groups (HR Forum, Town Hall, HFSA, etc.), departmental professional development sessions, as well as student groups in classroom settings.
Risk assessment services are available to managers and unit heads to help with risk identification and plans for mitigation. Please contact Leslie Montalvo at (512) 471-7147 or email@example.com.
Title IX, a segment of the Education Amendments of 1972, forbids exclusion on the basis of gender from any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. Please contact Latoya Hill at (512) 232-3992 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth Protection Program
The 82nd session of the Texas Legislature enacted Senate Bill (SB) 1414, which amended Texas Education Code, Section 51.976. entitled “AN ACT relating to sexual abuse and child molestation training and examination for employees of certain programs for minors held on campuses of institutions of higher education; providing penalties” and that this act must be implemented effective June 1, 2012.
There are three steps that need to be done to ensure compliance. Each camp director must work with the designated point person of your division to ensure compliance of each camp. The designated point person must ensure all steps have been completed before each camp begins. Failure to fulfill the required steps will be perceived as non-compliance.