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: The Warning Signs of Violence

The Warning Signs of Violence

Understanding the tactics used by adult manipulators and the behaviors of at-risk youth will help you identify problems before they escalate into emergencies.

Read: The Israeli Approach to School Security

The Israeli Approach to School Security

Here are some lessons learned by a K-12 school campus police chief who participated in the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange.

Read: Door Hardware 101

Door Hardware 101

This primer will help you determine which locks, card access systems and other door devices are appropriate for your campus and district.

Read: Your 8-Point School Inspection Checklist

Your 8-Point School Inspection Checklist

Site assessments that cover natural surveillance, access control, territoriality and other CPTED concepts will help to protect your campus, students and staff.

When Domestic Violence Comes to Your Campus

Educators, medical providers and safety and security directors have a moral and legal duty to report suspected and observed abuse.

Read: Who’s On Your Campus? Making Visitor Security a High Priority at K-12 Schools

Who’s On Your Campus? Making Visitor Security a High Priority at K-12 Schools

Visitor management software allows K-12 campuses to screen for sex offenders, monitor child custody, track hours worked by volunteers and staff, monitor students who leave school grounds for field trips and provide data on who comes and goes from campus facilities.

Read: How to Spot a Fake ID: Easy tricks

How to Spot a Fake ID: Easy tricks

Check the credential’s micro print to determine if a state-issued identification card is genuine or counterfeit.

Read: Maintaining Security When Gang Members Visit Your ER

Maintaining Security When Gang Members Visit Your ER

Prevent gang violence on your campus by partnering with local law enforcement and training security and clinical staff.

Read: Video Expands Limits of Fire Detection

Video Expands Limits of Fire Detection

Video image detection is pushing past the boundaries of long established fire safety systems. Able to detect smoke or flame anywhere within cameras’ field of view, this method is not limited by standard detectors’ reliance on distance and area.

Read: Building a University Safety & Security Structure

Building a University Safety & Security Structure

Support for public safety by senior campus leadership, as well as the creation of emergency plans and appropriate communications systems are critical components of UT Austin’s successful campus protection program.

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