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C.O.R.E. Committee

The Community Oriented Result and Expectation Committee
Guiding Principles

The implementation of the C.O.R.E. Committee was implemented to provide: 

  • Ability to Build Community Trust, Exposure and Mutual Understanding
  • Enhanced Transparency to the Community
  • Policy and Procedure Recommendations and Forums
  • Technology and Social Media Recommendations
  • Forum for Community Policing and Crime Reduction Opportunities
  • Departmental Training and Education Recommendations
  • Review of Significant Events and Incidents
Committee Responsibilities

The C.O.R.E. Committee is responsible for meeting regularly throughout the year to make recommendations addressing safety, security and services provided to the Vanderbilt community.

  • VUPD bias-based concerns and/or citizen complaints
  • Pedestrian & bicycle safety and other traffic related concerns
  • Support of local businesses
  • Ongoing community relations efforts
  • Police accountability and transparency
  • Review and debrief of incidents and/or emergencies
  • Establish working groups and sub-committees
Committee Representation

CORE committee

The following offices provide at least one representative to the C.O.R.E. committee.

  • Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
  • Multicultural Leadership Council
  • Graduate Student Council
  • Student CORE Committee Liaison
  • Greek Life
  • Residential Education
  • Faculty Senate Representative
  • Project Safe Center
  • Black Cultural Center
  • Athletics Representative
  • International Student and Scholar Services
  • Community / Neighborhood Representative
  • University Staff Advisory Council (USAC)
  • News and Public Affairs
  • Risk Management
  • General Counsel

Student CORE Committee:

  • VSG