Submit Your Nomination for 2012 Director of the Year

Campus Safety magazine is pleased to once again announce that it is now accepting nominations for the 2012 Campus Safety Director of the Year program.

If you know a hospital, school or university campus police chief, director of public safety and security, emergency manager or other administrator responsible for campus protection who goes above and beyond the call of duty, demonstrating outstanding leadership skills, ingenuity, selflessness and overall achievement, we encourage you to submit his or her (or your) nomination.

Now in its seventh year, the CS Director of the Year program highlights the achievements of campus public safety executives in North America.

How to Win

Following these four steps will ensure your nomination has the best chance of getting the judges’ attention:

  1. Clearly describe in a reasonable amount of detail the accomplishments of your nominee
  2. Provide specific examples that demonstrate his or her achievements
  3. Whenever possible, provide quantifiable data as to why your nominee deserves to win
  4. Get your materials in on time (by Nov. 1), including recommendations from other administrators and employees.

The award winner will receive special editorial coverage in a future issue of CS; recognition in the campus safety and security community; and a custom plaque.

Additional information that will help you prepare for your 2012 nomination can be found at Click here to download the 2012 entry form.

Good luck to all of our nominees. May the best director win!

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