Minimize the Spaces: A Crime Prevention and Suppression Strategy

Download the presentation from the 2014 Campus Safety Conference, Presented by: Deputy Chief David Carlisle, USC

If you missed, or could not attend the 2014 Campus Safety Conference, or want to revisit the content from the event please download the full PDF file of the presentation below.

Deputy Chief David Carlisle’s presentation, Minimize the Spaces: A Crime Prevention and Suppression Strategy was originally presented on July 31 at the Campus Safety Conference in Los Angeles. Carlisle described how USC leverages security technology, as well as its relationships with local law enforcement and the community in general to manage safety and security on campus.

Carlisle is a deputy chief with the USC Department of Public Safety. He is in charge of training, professional standards, accreditation and media relations. Deputy Chief Carlisle is also a retired police captain having served nearly 30 years with the Whittier (Calif.) Police Department. While serving there, then Captain Carlisle was responsible for managing an entire division including detectives, crime analysis, forensics (CSI) and all contract law enforcement services provided to Whittier’s neighboring city of Santa Fe Springs.

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