Important Updates

A new policy — SPG 601.91 Clery Act Compliance — outlines the expectations of the U-M Division of Public Safety and Security and employees designated as CSAs in the university’s compliance with the Clery Act.  Adults working with minors have been identified as CSAs and must complete the mandatory training annually in addition to the required CoC training modules. Any questions related to Clery training requirements can be directed to


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Neglect may take many forms, including:

  • Failure to provide medical care
  • Physical neglect
  • Failure to protect from abuse or harm
  • Improper or inadequate supervision
  • Abandonment

Medical Neglect

  • Failure to seek, obtain or follow through with medical care, resulting in:
  • Death
  • Disfigurement or bodily harm
  • Observable and material impairment to the growth, development or functioning of a child

Physical Neglect

  • Negligent treatment of a child, including failure to provide or attempt to provide:
    • Food
    • Clothing
    • Shelter necessary to sustain life

Failure to Protect

  • Knowingly allowing another person to abuse and/or neglect a child
  • Failure to take appropriate measures to stop or prevent abuse and/or neglect
  • Failure to prevent recurrence when able to do so and has, or should have had, knowledge of the abuse/neglect

Improper/Inadequate Supervision

  • Placing the child in, or failing to remove the child from:
    • Dangerous situations
    • Situations that are beyond the child’s level of maturity, physical or mental abilities
  • Results in harm or threatened harm to the child


  • Leaving a child with an agency or other person without obtaining agreement that the entity/person will assume responsibility for the care of the child
  • Failure to cooperate with another person or entity to provide for the care and custody of the child