2023 Campus Safety Conference Schedule Now Available!
This summer’s Campus Safety Conferences will be held in Henderson, Nevada, July 10-12, and Dallas, Texas, July 31 – August 2.
We’re excited to announce that the 2023 Campus Safety Conference agenda is now LIVE!
Taking place in Henderson, Nevada, July 10-12, and Dallas, Texas, July 31-August 2, the Campus Safety Conferences (CSC) are intensive educational and training events for those involved in protecting our nation’s schools and institutions of higher education. The CSCs feature critical safety and security sessions for K-12 and college campuses, full-day, hands-on-learning workshops, 50+ product and solution providers, and extensive opportunities to network with campus peers from across the country.
If you are responsible for technology, public safety, facilities management, emergency management, IT, risk management, or administration on an educational campus, the Campus Safety Conferences are for you!
The theme for the 2023 Campus Safety Conferences is “Prepare to Prevent.” Some of the topics covered include leadership, active assailant response, campus access control, weather preparedness, sexual assault investigations, Clery Act compliance, funding, recruiting employees, scenario training, and more!
Additionally, Joplin tornado survivor Dr. C.J. Huff, retired superintendent for the Joplin, Missouri School District, will keynote the conferences. In his presentation, titled “If I Had a Dime…,” Huff will discuss his and his district’s experience before, during, and after the massive EF5 tornado that devastated the schools and other buildings in his district, as well as most of the surrounding community of Joplin, Missouri.
To register, visit us online at CampusSafetyConference.com. To save on your registration, sign up by March 31.
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