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

Program Operations

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  • Have program rules been developed and shared?
  • Are there established check-in and check-out procedures?
  • Is there a policy in place to address communication between children/teens and adults outside the program? Have adults been fully briefed about the policy?
  • Is the program time scheduled with minimal or no free unsupervised time? If not, what can you do to minimize unsupervised activities or time on the schedule?

  • Are procedures in place to address violations of the policy by both participants and staff/volunteers?
  • Are participants and parents/legal guardians fully apprised of the participant rules and consequences of not adhering to them?
  • Are there standards and procedures in place to address discipline issues?
    • Who needs to be notified?
    • How is notification to occur?
    • Who decides on the method/seriousness of discipline?
    • Is there an opportunity to appeal?
  • If it is determined that participants are unable to remain with the program, what provisions are in place to return them home?