Here’s What Attendees Had to Say about Campus Safety Conference Texas 2018

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This year’s Campus Safety Conference Texas covered a wide range of topics, from Hurricane Harvey response to Clery compliance, digital threat assessments, K-12 and higher ed emergency management, active shooter training, emergency notification, lockdown, college protests, free speech and more.

The event, which took place June24-26 at the Omni Mandalay Hotel at Las Colinas in Irving, Texas, received rave reviews from many attendees. Here’s what some of them had to say about their experience at this summer’s Campus Safety Conference Texas.

“First time attendee: Conference provided good content. I’ll be back.”
James H. Johnson, Assistant Vice President for Campus Safety 
The University of Texas at Austin 

“This was my first conference, I was impressed by the number and diversity of who attended. I enjoyed the collaboration and quality of speakers.”
Edward William Smith, Security Manager
Texas A&M University

“The conference was practical, informative, and applicable.”
Dale E. Hackbarth, Director of Security
St. Marks School of Texas

“Thank you for such great presentations. I am going to recommend to our other campuses they send someone in 2019.”
Mark L. Newton, Emergency Manager
Northlake College 

“Great conference – glad that I had the opportunity to attend!”
Ford H. Kinsley Jr, Comandant of Cadets
Marine Military Academy

“Well done, eager to use this training in my work.”
Chris Gettler, Safety and Security Manager
Santa Fe Community College

Next year’s CSC Texas is scheduled for July 21-23, 2019. For more information or to register, visit, call (855) 351-0927 or email



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