Trainings Completed by OEC Staff

Amelia Barbadoro, JD, PhD

Director of Equity & Compliance and Title IX Coordinator

Training

Host Organization Date of Attendance

SPECTRUM Conference

SUNY Student Conduct Institute June 2018; July 2019

Clery Act Training

Clery Center September 2018

Campus Sexual Assault Training

New York State Police October 2018; September 2019

Bringing in the Bystander

Solteria Solutions December 2018

Title IX Regulations Briefing

SUNY Student Conduct Institute December 2018

Introduction to Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview

Certified FETI January 2019

Practical Application of the Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview

Certified FETI January 2019

National Discussion on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at America's Colleges, Universities, and Service Academies

United States Navy April 2019

Domestic Violence in the Workplace

New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence November 2019

Clery Act Training

SUNY Student Conduct Institute March 2020

Title IX Investigator Training

SUNY Student Conduct Institute May 2020; August 2020

NCAA Expanded Policy on Sexual Violence: Best Practices and Fostering Relationships with Athletics

NCAA Board of Governors October 2020

Expectations for a Title IX Compliant Athletics Program

NCAA Board of Governors October 2020

The Neurobiology of Sexual Assault

SUNY Student Conduct Institute November 2020

Conducting a Campus Climate Survey

SUNY Student Conduct Institute November 2020
Athletics in Prevention Men Can Stop Rape

March 2021

Men Can Stop Rape

Healthy Masculinity Training Institute

June 2021

 

Lisa Recore

Compliance Coordinator

Training

Host Organization Date of Attendance

SPECTRUM Conference

SUNY Student Conduct Institute June 2018; July 2019

Clery Act Training

Clery Center September 2018

Campus Sexual Assault Seminar

New York State Police Fall 2017; Fall 2018; Fall 2019

Bringing in the Bystander

Solteria Solutions June 2018

Bringing in the Bystander (Train the Trainer)

University at Albany September 2017

Introduction to Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview

Certified FETI November 2017

Practical Application of the Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview

Certified FETI April 2018

Trauma Informed Sexual Assault Investigation and Adjudication

National Center for Campus Public Safety January 2018

Domestic Violence in the Workplace

New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence November 2019

Clery Act Training

SUNY Student Conduct Institute March 2020

Title IX Investigator Training

SUNY Student Conduct Institute October 2018

The Neurobiology of Sexual Assault

SUNY Student Conduct Institute November 2020

Preventing Sexual Violence and Harassment

SUNY Student Conduct Institute September 2019

 

Robert Wilson

Compliance Coordinator

Training

Host Organization Date of Attendance

Basic Compliance Training

SUNY Student Conduct Institute February 2021
Clery Act Training 

SUNY Student Conduct Institute

March 2021

Introduction to Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview

Certified FETI March 2021
Men Can Stop Rape

Healthy Masculinity Training Institute

June 2021

 

Clery Annual Security Report Statement

The Violence Against Women Act amendments to the Clery Act require that certain college officials charged with responding to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking be trained annually in a number of areas.

The University at Albany is a member of the SUNY Student Conduct Institute. As part of that membership, covered officials who investigate or conduct proceedings to address allegations of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking receive at least eight hours of training annually through attendance at the SUNY Student Conduct Institute’s Basic Compliance Training and/or live Advanced Trainings and/or digital Basic or Advanced Trainings.

These in-person and digital courses address topics including how to determine the relevancy of evidence and use it during the proceeding, proper techniques for questioning witnesses, basic procedural rules for conducting a proceeding, and avoiding actual and perceived conflicts of interest. These trainings also address how to conduct an investigation and hearing process that protects the safety of victims, properly employs trauma-informed practice, and promotes accountability, while protecting the due process rights of the respondent. Finally, these trainings provide comprehensive reviews of federal and state laws and regulations on point as well as relevant court and administrative opinions.