Announcing the 6th Annual Campus Safety Conference Dates and Locations

Save the dates! This summer’s Campus Safety Conferences are in Las Vegas, June 17-19; Dallas, July 21-23; and Charlotte, N.C., Aug. 6-8.

Announcing the 6th Annual Campus Safety Conference Dates and Locations

To register for this summer's Campus Safety Conferences, visit or contact CSC’s event staff at (855) 351-0927 or

Campus Safety is proud to announce the dates of this summer’s Campus Safety Conferences. The Campus Safety Conferences (CSCs) are the premier safety and security events for public safety officials, security and law enforcement executives, school and university administrators, IT managers, facilities managers, and emergency managers from all over the world looking for innovative solutions to make their campuses safer.

The dates and locations of the events are:

  • June 17-19, Las Vegas
  • July 21-23, Dallas
  • 6-8, Charlotte, N.C.

All three CSCs offer collaborative training, immersive learning and extensive networking opportunities where attendees will learn from industry experts, share ideas, hear experiences and build relationships with their campus colleagues. Attendees will also have the opportunity to obtain information and research on the latest public safety, security and emergency management products and services.

“Our goal is to bring TOGETHER all those responsible for the safety and security of their K-12 and higher education campuses,” says CSC Event Director Amy Reddington. “We can accomplish so much more when we work TOGETHER, and our conferences provide the unique opportunity for professionals from the K-12 and higher education public safety, administrative, and technology sides to come TOGETHER with their peers from across the country and really collaborate to evaluate and improve their planning, preparedness, response and recovery strategies.”

These events will be presented in partnership with Higher Education Sponsors University of North Texas at Dallas (UNT Dallas), Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) and University of Southern California (USC). The 2019 event sponsor will once again be Blackboard.

CSC19 will have MORE Speakers, MORE Sessions and MORE Opportunities for Networking.

All three Campus Safety Conferences will have five tracks with more than 50 expert presenters offering educational and interactive keynotes, breakouts sessions, workshops and roundtable discussions, plus many networking opportunities including lunches, receptions and more than 60 exhibiting companies offering the most innovative solutions in safety and security.

Topics will include:

  • Advanced Digital Threat Assessments
  • Evaluating Competing Technologies
  • Understanding NFPA 3000 and PASS Guidelines
  • Recognizing Red Flags
  • Common Trends in Clery Compliance
  • Lockdown: Preparing for the Active Threat
  • Customized Media Training and Exercises
  • Engaging Parents and the Community in Safety Training
  • Planning for Recovery
  • Case Studies
  • And more!

CSC19 Sponsor Showcases Will Sell Out…Again!

CSC exhibit space sold out in 2018. Due to high demand, CSC has expanded to allow more companies a platform to help attendees find the best products and services for their campus. There are also new opportunities for sponsors to participate beyond the Sponsor Showcases to gain additional exposure.

To register as an attendee, visit or contact CSC’s event staff at (855) 351-0927 or For information on sponsoring, contact CS Publisher Steve Nesbitt at (774) 256-1101 or

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