When Constance Clery’s daughter Jeanne was brutally killed at Lehigh University more than 20 years ago, she channeled her anger and sadness over her daughter’s murder into actions that would benefit college students and their parents for the next generation and beyond.  Thanks to Mrs. Clery and her now-deceased husband Howard, Congress passed the Clery Act and it was signed into law in 1990.  The law require colleges and universities to report  key crime statistics and to disclose campus security policies.  Are you satisfied with the way that your child’s school reports and deals with campus crime?  Please share your views by commenting on this post or by returning later to Hoverings: A Blog for Current and Future College Parents located on the home page of www.collegeparents.org.