Resources & Training
Building a Safe Penn State: Reporting Suspected Child Abuse
At Penn State, protecting children is everyone's responsibility. This training is designed to provide you with the information about your responsibilities under Pennsylvania law and Penn State policies, how to recognize the signs or indicators of child abuse, how to respond to a disclosure of child abuse and how to report child abuse to the proper authorities. To access this training, please visit Penn State’s Learning Resource Network.
Building a Safe Penn State: Reporting Suspected Child Abuse Access Guide (coming soon)
For questions regarding the content of this training or applicable policy, please contact the Office of Ethics and Compliance at 814-867-5088 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions or have trouble accessing the Penn State Learning Resource Network, please contact the Center for Workplace Learning and Performance at 814-865-8216 or email@example.com.
Violence Against Women Act Training
In compliance with the Violence Against Women Act, Penn State offers training on various types of sexual misconduct. To access a PDF file of the training, please click here.
Clery Act Training
The Clery Act requires all institutions to collect crime reports from a variety of individuals and organizations that Clery considers to be "campus security authorities." To learn more about the Clery Act or to access the online training, please visit http://police.psu.edu/online-training.
The Office of Ethics and Compliance, in partnership with Penn State Today, publishes a quarterly newsletter highlighting University-wide ethics and compliance issues. Links to past issues can be found below.