Quiz Training Quiz Name: Title First Last Department or Club for which you are a CSA: - Select -Beth-ElStudent LifePublic SafetyParkingROTC1st Year ExperienceUniversity CenterFamily Development CenterGeneralAthleticsBookstoreResidence Life and HousingAcademicsClub AdvisorsRec CenterPeer Education ProgramCampus ConnectionsSummer ConferencingOther Add the Department or Club if Other was selected above: 1) I am a campus security authority and as such designated to report crimes to public safety: True False 2) Which of these individuals on campus would likely be a campus security authority?: a) Team Coaches b) Resident assistants (RAs) c) Advisor to student groups and organizations d) All of the above 3) If a crime is disclosed to me, I am responsible for determining whether the crime took place before reporting: True False 4) When I receive a crime report I should: a) File it in a folder to submit at the end of the school year b) Report it right away c) Direct the student to campus police/security 5) As a campus security authority, I only have to report crimes that involve students or staff: True False 6) If I am not sure whether a crime reported to me fell within Clery-specific geography I should: a) Look at a campus map for clarification b) Ask a colleague within my department c) Report it anyway so the institution can make that determination 7) What information should you obtain when a crime is reported to you so you can pass it along to Public Safety or for a confidential report, the University Counseling Center?: a) What type of incident/crime happened? b) Where did this incident/crime happen? c) When was this incident/crime reported to me? d) All of the above. 8) As a CSA, if someone reports a crime to you, you must: a) Ask questions (what happened, where did this happen, who was involved, are there any injuries, etc.) to find out as much factual information as you can to report the crime. b) Be ready to help the reporting party report the crime to campus police or find a resource they are comfortable reporting to. c) Remember you serve as a critical partner to our campus community's safety. Report the crime immediately and let campus authorities determine if this incident involves an immediate or continuing threat to our community. d) Tell the reporting party upfront that you must report this information to the appropriate authority and you will not share the information with friends, classmates, co-workers, etc. e) All of the above Thank you for your attention to this important campus safety role which you fulfill. If you have any questions about your role as a CSA, please feel free to contact the UCCS Police at 255-3111.