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Whether you are a public safety official, security director, emergency manager, administrator or consultant, our growing library of online training will help you conduct more meaningful, low-cost and frequent trainings for you and your organization. We offer a wide-range of training and scenario programs on active shooter prevention and response, terrorism, communication, mental health, technologies, compliance and more! Our affordable online training programs are easy to use, will save you time and money, but most importantly, will help make your campuses even safer places to work and learn.

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Read: How to Address the Vaping and Drug Use Issue on Campus

How to Address the Vaping and Drug Use Issue on Campus

Although many forms of vaping are legal, vape pens are also being used by drug users to get high. Here’s how you can address this challenge.

Featured Online Training

Read: Are You Meeting Your Obligation for a Safe Workplace?

Are You Meeting Your Obligation for a Safe Workplace?

Learn how to mitigate the risk of workplace violence with this comprehensive video package brought to you in partnership with The Center for Personal Protection and Safety.

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Campus Safety HQ is the Community and Resource Headquarters for Campus Safety Trainers

Campus Safety HQ is a specially designed resource center from Campus Safety magazine that provides up-to-date training and information to help your campus or district face today’s safety and security challenges. Whether you are a public safety official, security director, emergency manager, administrator or consultant, Campus Safety HQ’s growing library of Campus Safety Action Plans will help you conduct more meaningful, budget-friendly and frequent training's for you and your organization.

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Read: Train Your Key Stakeholders Easily and Effectively with Campus Safety Online Training

Train Your Key Stakeholders Easily and Effectively with Campus Safety Online Training

Explore Campus Safety HQ’s wide-range of training and scenario programs on active shooter prevention and response, terrorism, communication, mental health, technologies, compliance and more!

Read: Caring for School First Responders – Learn How to Cope AFTER School Violence

Caring for School First Responders – Learn How to Cope AFTER School Violence

Join us for this important webcast with the Director of Security and Emergency Planning, Littleton Public Schools, Colorado to learn how to cope after a tragic incident occurs on campus

Read: Learn How to Survive an Extreme Violence Incident

Learn How to Survive an Extreme Violence Incident

When extreme violence happens, training is the factor that makes the difference.

Read: Crisis in the Classroom

Crisis in the Classroom

This Campus Safety Educational Series webcast is designed to provide teachers, administrators and other school staff members with an understanding of the dynamics involved when interacting with a person in crisis.

Read: K.I.S.U.S. – Emergency Planning for Complex Emergencies

K.I.S.U.S. – Emergency Planning for Complex Emergencies

Join Campus Safety and Stephen Lopez, Chief of the New Mexico State University Police Department to learn how to apply the KISUS (Keep It Simple Under Stress) principle so that emergency plans are easy to train, learn, and utilize.

Read: How Will Your School Bus Drivers Respond to an Emergency on the Bus?

How Will Your School Bus Drivers Respond to an Emergency on the Bus?

With repeated viewing of Campus Safety HQ’s new training scenarios, drivers develop skills to face problems that might occur.

Read: Bomb Threat Protocols For Your Campus

Bomb Threat Protocols For Your Campus

Join Campus Safety on December 14th to learn how a positive school climate will reduce the risks of both bomb threats and all school violence, how to develop relationships with First Responders to develop bomb threat protocols, how a school’s response to a bomb threat can reduce the incidences of bomb threats.

Read: Security Incidents Involve More Than Just Active Shooters

Security Incidents Involve More Than Just Active Shooters

Active shooter training must expand to counter other vulnerabilities on campus, including the active killer threat.

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