2014 Campus Safety Conference: Session Presentations Now Available for Download

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2014 Campus Safety Conference: Session Presentations Now Available for Download

This years Campus Safety Conference was held on July 31st and August 1st at Radisson Hotel Los Angeles Midtown at USC. Did you miss the event, or unable to attend? You now access and download the presentation materials from most of the sessions held across the two-day event.

Each of the links below will take you to the page for that specific download. You will need to be a CampusSafetyMagazine.com FREE site member to download these presentation materials. If you are not already a site member, you can sign-up to become a member right on each download page.

Presentations from Day 1
Thursday, July 31, 2014

Surviving A Clery Audit
Presented by: Daniel A. Dusseau, Chief of Police, Northern Virginia Community College

Components of Safe School Entrance
Presented by: Brad Spicer, CEO, SafePlans, LLC

USC: Minimize the Spaces- A Crime Prevention and Suppression Strategy
Presented by: Deputy Chief David Carlisle, USC

 

Presentations from Day 2
Friday, August 1, 2014

Navigating Compliance: Clery Act, Title IX & Campus SaVE
Presented by: Samantha Koch, Director of Strategic Initiatives, The Clery Center for Security on Campus

Active Shooter Training for K-12 Teachers and Administrators
Presented by: Timothy J. Anderson, Deputy Chief, LASPD

Security and Lockdown Considerations
Presented by April Dalton-Noblitt, Director, Vertical Marketing, Allegion PLC

Higher Ed Emergency Management and Notification Panel Materials
Moderated by Robin Hattersley Gray, Editor, Campus Safety Magazine
Panelists:
Dave Bujak, Director of Emergency Management, Florida State University
David Burns, Director of Emergency Management, Santa Clara University
Steven F. Goldfarb, Emergency Manager, University of Southern California

Warning Signs of Violence
Presented by: Stephen C. Satterly, Jr., Director of Transportation and School Safety, CSC Southern Hancock County

USC: Partnering with Student Affairs and Other Stakeholders to Improve Public Safety
Presented by: Chief John Thomas, Department of Public Safety and Lynette Merriman, Student Affairs, University of Southern California

Dealing with Difficult People
Presented by: Lt. John M. Weinstein, Commander, Safety District 3, Northern Virginia Community College

How to Conduct a K-12 School Safety Review- Presentation and Handouts
Presented by: Guy Bliesner and Brian Armes, Co-Founders, Educators Eyes LLC

 

We hope to see you in 2015 at our Campus Safety Conferences in Chicago and California!

 

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