Campus Safety Conferences Announce 2020 Call for Speakers
Campus Safety magazine is accepting speaker proposals for next summer’s 7th annual Campus Safety Conferences, held in Las Vegas, Nev., Bethesda, Md., and San Antonio, Texas.
The Campus Safety Conferences (CSC) are now accepting presentation proposals for next year’s events. Held three times a year in Las Vegas (June 15-17), the Washington, D.C. area (July 12-14) and San Antonio, Texas (July 26-28), the Campus Safety Conferences are intensive educational and training events for those involved in protecting our nation’s schools and institutions of higher education. The events feature critical safety and security sessions for K-12 and college campuses, full-day, hands-on-learning workshops, 60+ product and solution providers and extensive opportunities to network with campus peers from across the country.
CSC attendees include law enforcement, security, facilities directors, emergency management, administrators, risk managers, technology directors, mental health professionals, business managers and others responsible for the security, public safety and emergency management of our nation’s schools and universities.
The Campus Safety Conferences are presented by Campus Safety magazine and are the premier events in the industry. These events provide attendees with the resources and training they need to increase preparedness, communication and response prior to, during and after a variety of safety and security incidents.
What the Campus Safety Conferences Will Cover
Prospective CSC speakers are encouraged to submit detailed proposals addressing safety and security for higher education and K-12 schools. Session topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Active Shooter/Active Assailant Incidents
- Mental/Behavioral Health
- Training and Emergency Drills for Staff and Students
- Leadership (transitioning to campus law enforcement, creating a public safety department, developing stakeholder buy-in for security, etc.)
- Threat Assessments (behavioral, digital, facility)
- Clery/Title IX
- Implementing Technology Solutions (only case studies will be considered)
- ‘After Hours’ Safety and Security
- Dealing with the Opioid Epidemic
- Sexual Assault, Harassment, Stalking and Investigations
- Campus Crimes
- Severe Weather Emergencies and Natural Disasters
- Hazing and Bullying
- Managing Protests and Controversial Speakers
Please submit proposals online by Thursday, October 31, 2019. Presenters will be contacted in early January.
We encourage submissions that are geared towards audience engagement and participation for an all-encompassing experience. We are very interested in offering both beginner and advanced sessions for those who are new to the industry and for our seasoned professionals. Certified instructors are strongly encouraged to submit proposals.
If you are submitting on behalf of a company product, you must reserve space at the event if selected. We will only consider sessions that are of overall value to our audience. Product pitches will not be accepted. We encourage case studies that include a co-presenter from a school, school district or university/college.
To prepare you for the submissions process, we encourage you to visit CampusSafetyConference.com to view the required information. We also encourage you to review our editorial coverage of past Campus Safety Conferences, which can be found here.
Please contact the Campus Safety Conference team with any questions at 774-505-8033 or email@example.com.
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Campus Safety magazine is another great resource for public safety, security and emergency management professionals. It covers all aspects of campus safety, including access control, video surveillance, mass notification and security staff practices. Whether you work in K-12, higher ed, a hospital or corporation, Campus Safety magazine is here to help you do your job better!