Announcing the Campus Safety 2022 K-12 Director of the Year Finalists
Congratulations to the school and school district finalists in this year’s Director of the Year awards program!
Framingham, Massachusetts – Campus Safety is pleased to announce the 2022 K-12/school district Director of the Year finalists.
From implementing new anonymous tip programs to providing Stop-the-Bleed training and more, this year’s finalists demonstrate that to be an effective school protection executive, you need to have boundless energy and expertise. All of this year’s finalists have an abundance of these attributes!
Some of the 2022 K-12 Director of the Year finalists’ other accomplishments include:
- Constructing new secure campus entrances
- Developing and implementing continuity of operations plans
- Implementing the “I Love You Guys” foundation response and reunification protocol
- Increasing officer training
- Acquiring bullet proof vests for officers
- Installing more security cameras and access control systems
- Better defining the role of police on school campuses
Be sure to click on their profiles and photos below to see what else they’ve accomplished.
The K-12 Campus Safety Director of the Year finalists are:
- Allen Cain, Director of Safety and Security, Gilbert Public Schools, Gilbert, Arizona View his profile & photos
- Christopher Ellisor, Director of Safety and Emergency Services, Lexington School District One, Lexington, South Carolina View his profile & photos
- Frank Galbraith, Director of Safety and Security and Chief of Police, Coatesville Area School District, Thorndale, Pennsylvania View his profile & photos
- Garrett Humphrey, Director of Campus Safety, UMS-Wright Preparatory School, Mobile, Alabama View his profile & photos
- Michael Reidenbach, Executive Director of Security and Emergency Management, Charleston County School District, North Charleston, South Carolina View his profile & photos
- Luke Williams, Chief of Police, Pinellas County Schools, Largo, Florida View his profile & photos
The Director of the Year winners and runners-up will be announced at Campus Safety Conference East, which will be held June 20-22 in Bethesda, Maryland. For more information on the Campus Safety Conference, visit CampusSafetyConference.com.
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