Campus Safety Magazine Expands Its Events This Summer

Conferences will be held in Washington, D.C., Chicago and Los Angeles in June and July, and will now cover hospital security.

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. – Campus Safety magazine is pleased to announce that it will be expanding its Campus Safety Conferences to three events this year, with venues in Washington D.C., Los Angeles and Chicago. Additionally, the events will now have three partners: the University of Southern California, which is a returning partner from 2014, as well as the University of Chicago and Northern Virginia Community College.

The new National Campus Safety Forum will be held June 24-26 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Washington, D.C., and the new Midwest Campus Safety Conference will be held in Chicago July 13-14 at the Hilton Rosemont in Rosemont, Ill. Los Angeles will once again host the West Coast Campus Safety Conference. That event will be take place at the Westin LAX.

The subject matter covered in all three events is also expanding. This year’s events will now include hospitals, bringing together K-12 school, university and healthcare facility police chiefs, security directors, administrators, executives, superintendents, principals, local, regional and national leaders and stakeholders involved in the protection of our nation’s healthcare and educational institutions.

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Critical topics covered will include Clery and Title IX compliance, OSHA and Joint Commission compliance, active shooter response, emergency response and notification, threat assessments, managing the media and more.

“We are thrilled to not only be expanding our events geographically, but also our subject matter this year,” says Campus Safety Magazine Executive Editor Robin Hattersley Gray. “This growth will greatly benefit our readers in that our events will be more geographically dispersed and more in-depth. Adding hospitals to the mix will also add significant content value, enabling attendees and event sponsors to more effectively share best practices in ways they might not have considered previously.”

Campus Safety’s event partners are also thrilled to collaborate with the publication.

“USC’s Department of Public Safety is pleased to partner again this year with Campus Safety Magazine in co-sponsoring their Los Angeles conference,” states Chief John Thomas of the University of Southern California Department of Public Safety. “The conference provides campus safety professionals a great opportunity to network, exchange ideas and explore relevant issues.”

“The University of Chicago’s Department of Safety & Security is proud to partner with Campus Safety Events to host the Campus Safety Chicago Conference,” says Marlon C. Lynch, Associate Vice President for Safety, Security, and Civic Affairs & Chief of Police. “At this event, campus security professionals can learn about the latest challenges affecting our profession, as well as strategies and best practices for handling those challenges. This is also a great time for conference attendees to network and grow their professional circles.”

“The Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) Police Department is proud to partner with Campus Safety Magazine as a co-sponsor of its annual conference,” states Lt. John Weinstein, District Commander, Northern Virginia Community College Police Department. “Campus Safety Magazine, as the foremost publication of its kind, will provide a venue where leading authorities can come together to enhance the collective knowledge that keeps our institutional communities safe and secure. NOVA looks forward to supporting this important event.”

More information on the Campus Safety Conference, as well as sponsorship, registration and travel information can be found at or by calling (855) 351-0927.


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