Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


The Campus Safety Conference is a 2-day intense conference for administrators and public safety officials, security and law enforcement executives from all over the country looking for solutions to campus safety, security, emergency management and technology challenges.
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Read: 29 Security Product Categories Impacted by Tariff Increases

29 Security Product Categories Impacted by Tariff Increases

SIA has identified alarm and access control components, cameras and smoke detectors as some product categories impacted by the new tariffs. The tax hikes will most likely increase the costs of these products, which will be passed on to end users.

Read: Here’s How UL Is Cyber Securing Physical Security Products

Here’s How UL Is Cyber Securing Physical Security Products

UL Technology & Security Director Andrew Jamieson explains how the global safety certification company is pursuing cybersecurity standards.

Read: Campus Public Safety Leadership Needs Less Why’s and More Y’s

Campus Public Safety Leadership Needs Less Why’s and More Y’s

These are the qualities you need to possess to be an effective public safety leader.

Read: 4 Security Operations Center Design Factors That Maximize Officer Productivity

4 Security Operations Center Design Factors That Maximize Officer Productivity

To ensure maximum safety and security, the control room environment must be designed with security officers’ happiness, health and productivity in mind.

Read: The 3 Pillars of Survival: How to Stay Alive During a Violent Incident

The 3 Pillars of Survival: How to Stay Alive During a Violent Incident

Your students’, faculty’s and staff’s chances of surviving violence will increase if your campus adopts these three strategies.

Read: 5 Safety Strategies to Adopt If Your Campus Hosts Youth Programs

5 Safety Strategies to Adopt If Your Campus Hosts Youth Programs

Institutions of higher education often host activities that involve minors. Here’s how you can ensure their safety and security while they are visiting your campus.

Read: FirstNet: The Key to Improving Safety at Schools, Colleges and Hospitals

FirstNet: The Key to Improving Safety at Schools, Colleges and Hospitals

During an emergency, school, university and hospital security and public safety support personnel, as well as staff and administrators, may be called on to support local first responders. FirstNet enables better communications among all of these individuals.

Read: Texas City ISD Experiences FirstNet Benefits First-Hand

Texas City ISD Experiences FirstNet Benefits First-Hand

An active shooter false alarm demonstrated the potential for improved communications that FirstNet could provide during emergencies.

Read: The Risky Business of DIY Security: There Is a Better Way

The Risky Business of DIY Security: There Is a Better Way

A serious pitfall of Do-It-Yourself campus security is the temptation to tackle a project that should be entrusted to professionals.

Read: Lessons Learned from Averted Acts of School Violence

Lessons Learned from Averted Acts of School Violence

By submitting and reviewing ASV reports to the Police Foundation, you can better protect your own school or college, as well as help other campus safety professionals across the country to improve security.

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