Attend the 2020 Campus Safety Online Summit This Summer
Stay connected. Stay vigilant. The Campus Safety Online Summit is July 7-8!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Campus Safety magazine will be presenting a special July edition of our Online Summit to provide school and college campus public safety professionals, emergency managers, administrators, executives and technology directors the information they need to respond appropriately to these unprecedented times.
The free, two-day virtual event will take place July 7-8. It will cover the lessons institutions of higher education and K-12 campuses have learned from their experiences with the coronavirus, issues related to the reopening of campuses, as well as other critical campus security issues.
Speakers will include campus law enforcement, security and emergency management specialists who are passionate about sharing their insight and knowledge to keep students, teachers, administrators, staff members and visitors safe, secure and healthy.
Some of the topics covered in this summer’s Campus Safety Online Summit will include:
- The Road to Reopening Your District or Campus
- Understanding Threats and Cyberbullying: Keeping Students Safe While at Home
- De-escalating Problems When Frustrations Are High
- Enhancing School Security: An Overview of SchoolSafety.gov’s Free Resources
- Bystander Intervention: Stand Up, Speak Up, Act Up — Don’t Judge!
- Compassion Fatigue: Helping Our Hometown Heroes
- Liability Considerations When Reopening
- Managing the New Normal: What This Means for Campus Policing
- Evaluating School Climate and Culture
Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn about the latest security, law enforcement and emergency management products, services and technologies. Additionally, the event will include live raffle drawings of valuable prizes!
The Campus Safety Online Summit is free to attend, so mark your calendars and share this information with your colleagues. Also be sure to visit CampusSafetyMagazine.com and CampusSafetyConference.com/CSOS-2020 for additional updates.
Stay connected. Stay vigilant.
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