CS Online Summit Day 1 Features Top Campus Safety Subject Matter Experts
The first day of the Campus Safety Online Summit hosted experts on weather safety, technology-facilitated crime, unarmed security, Title IX and more.
Campus Safety magazine launched its inaugural Online Summit on Tuesday. In total, more than 2,000 attendees registered for the three-day event.
The first day of the Summit focused on higher education public safety, security and emergency management issues. Topics covered included:
- Before Weather Strikes: Creating Effective Weather Plans — Kevin Kloesel, Director, Oklahoma Climatological Survey, University Meteorologist, OU Office of Emergency Preparedness
- Fighting Technology-Facilitated Crime — Stan Skipworth, Director of Campus Safety, Claremont University Consortium
- How Unarmed Security Officers Can Respond to Active Killer Situations — Stephen Lopez, Chief of Police, New Mexico State University Police Department
- Title IX and Campus Sexual Assault in a New Era — Dr. Christina Mancini, Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University and Robin Hattersley, Executive Editor of Campus Safety Magazine
- How to Empower Students and Staff to Take Ownership of Safety on Campus — Anne Yatch, Education Account Executive, My Mindset Matters
- Campus Lockdown and Shelter in Place: Planning Your First Exercise — John Ojeisekhoba, Chief, Campus Safety, Biola University
Throughout the day and evening, attendees could watch all of these presentations on demand. Attendees could also pose questions via chat to the presenters and Campus Safety staff.
Day 2, which is on Wednesday, will feature topics specific to K-12 schools, and Day 3, which is on Thursday, will feature healthcare and corporate security subject matter experts. It should be noted, however, that most of the topics featured on all three days apply to all of the sectors served by Campus Safety magazine.
“Don’t let the ‘K-12, Hospital/Corporate or Higher Education’ topic designations fool you into thinking that the subjects in these categories are limited to their designations,” says CS Executive Editor Robin Hattersley. “Most of these subjects apply to schools, universities, hospitals and corporate organizations. For example, the workplace violence sessions on Day 3, which are designated for healthcare organizations and corporations, also apply to universities and K-12 schools. The grants educational session on Day 2, which is designated as a K-12 topic, also applies to colleges. The unarmed security training session on Day 1, which is designated as a higher education topic, applies to schools, hospitals and corporate entities, as does the vaping session on Day 2. Most of these subjects have a wide variety of applications, so I encourage campus protection professionals to attend all three days of the Campus Safety Online Summit.”
Day 2’s line-up includes:
- Situational Awareness and the OODA Loop; the Foundation to Any Effective Response to a Violent Intruder
- After-Hours Emergencies — Who is in Charge?
- Benefits of Implementing Audio Video on Campus
- Finding Government Grants and How to Apply for Them
- Managing the Vaping Trend: Are Drugs Being Used in Plain Site on Your Campus?
- Parent-Child Reunification After a Crisis
Day 3’s line-up includes:
- Recognizing and Surviving Extreme Violence in the Workplace and Public Spots
- Available Hospital Security Grant Funding Programs from U.S. Office of Radiological Security
- How and Why to Effectively De-Escalate Workplace Anger & Violent Situations
- Safe Travel to Europe: Health, Travel and Legal Considerations for Corporate Travelers
- Security and Forensic Patient: Providing Care with Caution
- Workplace Violence in Healthcare: Training Program Considerations
The Summit is free and includes a total of 18 educational sessions, a digital show bag and other valuable resources that will help hospital, school, university and corporate security pros, public safety officers and emergency managers improve their performance at work.
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