Campus Safety Conference Announces Call for Presentations

LOS ANGELES – Campus Safety Magazine (CS) is now accepting proposals for presentations at the Campus Safety Conference, which will take place April 26 – 28, 2009 at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront in Tampa, Fla.

The event is sponsored by CS and is the premier conference for police chiefs, security directors, IT personnel, emergency and facilities managers, and executive administrators responsible for the safety and security of America’s hospitals, schools and universities. The goal of the Campus Safety Conference is to provide attendees with techniques and information on how they can prevent, detect and respond to the many types of risks and incidents that occur at today’s healthcare and educational facilities.

Subject Matter: Proposals on all topics are welcome and will be considered. That said, prospective presenters are encouraged to submit proposals on the following subjects:

  • Grant application writing and/or creative fundraising
  • Innovative ways to stretch safety, security and emergency management budgets
  • Achieving greater return on technology investments (ROI)

General Requirements: Proposals for presentations should include the following:

  • An abstract of 250-300 words
  • A brief biography of the presenter or each panel member (50-100 words)
  • Presenter contact information

Presentations must be completely unbiased and brand/product neutral. Without exception, materials and presentations must provide solid, take-away value for attendees.

Please submit proposals in either Word or pdf format to Robin Gray at no later than Monday, December 15, 2008. Presenters will be contacted by mid-January, 2009.

Vendors interested in exhibiting at the Campus Safety Conference should contact CS Director of Advertising Sales Steve Peterson at or (518) 626-0588 (Eastern United States), or CS Western Sales Manager Dynise Plaisance at or (760)518-5541 (Western United States).

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