UWEC 625, Youth Protection and Compliance

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Practice Directive #UWEC 625DivisionFinance and AdministrationDepartmentRisk Management, Safety & SustainabilityContactDirector of Risk Management, Safety & Sustainability | safety@uwec.eduEffective DateMarch 1, 2023Revision Daten/a


Federal | Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 [20 U.S.C. § 1681]; The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act,  [20 U.S.C. § 1092(f)]

State of Wisconsin | Wis. Stat. § 36.09(3)(a); Wis. Stat. § 48.981(2)(a); Wis. Admin. Code Ch. ATCP 78 (2020); 2011 Executive Order #54 Relating to Supplemental Mandatory Reporting Requirements of Child Abuse and Neglect

UW System | RPD 20-19, University of Wisconsin System Criminal Background Check Policy; RPD 20-22, Code of Ethics; RPD 23-3, Youth Protection, Compliance, and Data Collection; RPD 25-5, Information Technology: Information Security; RPD 23-2, Health, Safety and Security at UW System Institutions; SYS 625, Youth Protection and Compliance; UW System Risk Management Manual, Camps and Clinics Blanket Accident Insurance; UW System Administration Internal Policy HR-8, Policy for Children in the Workplace


This purpose of the practice directive is to establish minimum standards for the protection of minors engaged in covered activities at UW-Eau Claire. This practice directive supports UW-Eau Claire’s commitment to achieving a national reputation for academic distinction, including through distinction in health and wellbeing.


UW–Eau Claire is committed to the wellbeing of all members of the university community and recognizes that youth are a vulnerable population that require special attention. Minors come into contact with the University through many programs and activities. We recognize our fundamental responsibility for protecting the minors placed in our care and the value of identifying a multifaceted framework for youth protection, including: protection for youth who participate in youth activities, protection for university employees and volunteers, and protection for the university as an institution.


UWEC 625.A, Protecting Youth