Babson College Public Safety Department’s Lt. Erin Carcia played a vital role in the accreditation of her agency.
By Robin Hattersley Gray · February 04, 2016
Biola University Campus Safety Chief John Ojeisekhoba has overcome tremendous adversity to become one of the most accomplished people in his profession. His achievements and dedication have earned him this year’s Campus Safety Director of the Year Award.
By Zach Winn · December 17, 2015
Congratulations to William Adcox, chief of the University of Texas at Houston Police Department, who is Campus Safety magazine’s Healthcare Director of the Year. By moving away from the arrest model of hospital public safety to a more holistic, proactive approach, his department has tripled campus early intervention reporting, getting many at-risk individuals the help they need before they resort to harming themselves or others.
By Robin Hattersley Gray · October 26, 2015
VCU built a new safety department headquarters and upgraded access control and visitor management systems.
By Robin Hattersley Gray · October 21, 2015
Congratulations to VCU Police Chief John Venuti, who is one of Campus Safety magazine’s Higher Ed Director of the Year award winners. By working closely with his community, having officers promptly respond to safety concerns and launching many other initiatives, he has transformed not only his department, but how his agency is perceived by the campus and surrounding community.
By Robin Hattersley Gray · October 19, 2015
Think your hospital, school or university public safety, security or emergency management department and its leadership deserve recognition? Send in your nomination today!
By Robin Hattersley Gray · September 01, 2015
Director of the Year finalist William Adcox describes how his police department was able to triple early intervention reporting in only two years.
July 06, 2015
Congratulations to William Adcox of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and the UT Health Science Center; John Ojeisekhoba of Biola University and John Venuti of Virginia Commonwealth University.
By Robin Hattersley Gray · June 24, 2015
Campus Safety Director of the Year finalist and Trinity University Police Chief Paul Chapa requires his officers to receive additional training on how to appropriately respond to campus sexual assaults. As a result, his officers are more engaged with the community, and more victims are willing to share information on incidents.
June 23, 2015
Find out who the winners are on Wednesday, June 24 at 5 p.m. at the Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C.
By CS Staff · June 03, 2015