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: Planning for Volunteers and Donations After a Mass Violence Incident

Planning for Volunteers and Donations After a Mass Violence Incident

The flood of volunteers and donations that come in immediately after a mass violence tragedy can be overwhelming. Here’s how you can manage them more effectively.

Read: FREE Active Shooter Online Training Course for Campus Safety Professionals

FREE Active Shooter Online Training Course for Campus Safety Professionals

Learn how to how to respond to an active shooter situation quickly and effectively with this FREE online training course.

Read: Set the Stage for a Safe Graduation Ceremony

Set the Stage for a Safe Graduation Ceremony

A conscientious plan will safeguard against unforeseen, as well as avoidable emergency situations before, during and following the commencement ceremony without detracting from the overall experience.

Read: U.S. Health Security Has Improved in Recent Years, Researchers Say

U.S. Health Security Has Improved in Recent Years, Researchers Say

Despite hurricanes, storms, floods, fires and extreme temperatures touching every region of the country in 2018, its health security increased 3.1%.

Read: Opinion: Laws Addressing College Student Homelessness Must Be Carefully Crafted

Opinion: Laws Addressing College Student Homelessness Must Be Carefully Crafted

The California legislature is considering requiring community colleges allow overnight parking for homeless students, but if it passes, there are obstacles to its effective implementation that must be addressed.

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: Is Your Campus Connected?

Is Your Campus Connected?

Technology is having an immense impact on construction and life safety. This broad reaching statement is one that we can all agree is true in 2019. But is this technology impacting fire and life safety systems being chosen for your facility?

Read: 4 Factors Your Graduation Security Plan Should Include

4 Factors Your Graduation Security Plan Should Include

With graduation season comes large crowds and potential for security threats. Here are four ways to ensure your ceremonies go smoothly.

Read: How Two Campus Safety Departments Improved Efficiency with Officer Scheduling Software

How Two Campus Safety Departments Improved Efficiency with Officer Scheduling Software

ScheduleAnywhere streamlined scheduling and improved communication

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.

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