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COCC Security

SALEM, Or. – The Oregon Senate passed Senate Bill 576, also known as Kaylee’s law, in an act to help remedy the pain caused by the murder of 23-year-old Kaylee Sawyer, who was brutally killed by a campus security officer in July 2016.

The Governor of Oregon, Kate Brown, has signed Senate Bill 576 and Kaylee’s Law went into effect May 24th, 2019.

Kaylee’s Law clarifies the way that campus and private security firms hired by colleges and universities, operates as to not confuse security with local law enforcement.

The Bill imposes stricter guidelines for hiring processes and other operations and disallows security officers to have “stop and frisk” authority. Uniforms will also change and need to prominently designate ‘campus security’ in some way such as large text or with University logos.

Effective immediately, the Bill requires vehicles driven by campus security officers during work to now be equipped with:

A) A global positioning system (GPS) device, for which global positioning data is retained for at least 90 days;

B) A video camera that records the scene within the vehicle and for which video recordings are retained at least 90 days; or

C) A dispatch system for which a record of calls is maintained for at least 90 days.

These are the necessary precautions to take to prevent a senseless act like Kaylee Sawyer’s death from happening again.

If you are looking for these services, Rhino Fleet Tracking can provide your business with GPS tracking devices and software that comply with Kaylee’s Law.

For only $16.95/month per vehicle you can do your part to protect the safety of students in Oregon.

Need Fleet Tracking today? Call us at  800-293-0420. Or fill out the form below.