Campus Safety Online Summit to Feature 20 Sessions, Raffles

The virtual event, happening Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, will also feature two keynotes, including a panel of previous Director of the Year winners, two general sessions, and two live raffles.

Campus Safety Online Summit to Feature 20 Sessions, Raffles

We are just a few weeks away from the 2022 Campus Safety Online Summit, happening Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.

This 2-day virtual event, hosted by the organizers of the Campus Safety Conference and supported by Campus Safety magazine, brings together security, public safety, emergency management, administration, facilities, business, and IT professionals responsible for protecting K-12 schools and college campuses.

The summit will feature 20 sessions on timely safety and security topics, in addition to two educational and conversational keynotes, two general sessions, and two live raffle drawings. All sessions will also be available for on-demand viewing for six months.

Below are the educational sessions by track. Visit for more detailed descriptions of the sessions.

K-12 Sessions

  • SRO: Yes or No?
  • Improving School Safety: Creating the Position of School Security Director
  • How to Use Best Practices to Develop a Holistic Security Management Plan
  • The Role of Culture and Climate in Campus Security
  • Digital Threat Assessment: The Missing Link for School Safety and Threat Assessment Teams
  • Why Your Campus Is Not Ready For an Active Shooter Incident
  • De-Escalation During Mental Health Crisis
  • Grant Funding for K-12 Campus Safety Initiatives
  • Targeted Violence Prevention: Federal Tools and Grants to Improve Your School Safety
  • Lessons Learned: Building Relationships to Improve School Safety and Preparedness
  • Last Safe Haven: Securing Doors & Saving Lives with Lessons Learned Creating the Classroom Locks for the New Sandy Hook School
  • After Action Reports: What They Are and Why They Are So Important

Higher Education Sessions

  • Promoting a Positive Safety Culture Within Educational Settings
  • Campus Hazing: Impact, Response, and Prevention
  • Crisis Communications that Protect Your Campus Population
  • Digital Threat Assessment: The Missing Link for School Safety and Threat Assessment Teams
  • Why Your Campus Is Not Ready For an Active Shooter Incident
  • Grant Funding for Higher Education Campus Safety Initiatives
  • No Wrong Door: Working with Campus Partners to Promote Student Access to Mental Health Treatment & Campus Safety
  • Managing an Access Control System Upgrade
  • Women in Campus Safety & Security
  • Executive Support for Emergency Preparedness On Campus (ft. a panel)

Presenting on these topics are individuals who are well-respected in the industry and have proven time and again that their dedication to campus safety and security knows no bounds.

Among the presenters are police chiefs and commanders, public safety directors, school security directors, emergency managers, professors, security consultants and analysts, public information officers, crisis services directors, and much more.

Our hope is that you walk away from the event with fresh ideas and feeling inspired as you step into 2023.

Save your spot today! Use promo code CSM22 at check out to get $20 off your registration.

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About the Author


Amy is Campus Safety’s Executive Editor. Prior to joining the editorial team in 2017, she worked in both events and digital marketing.

Amy has many close relatives and friends who are teachers, motivating her to learn and share as much as she can about campus security. She has a minor in education and has worked with children in several capacities, further deepening her passion for keeping students safe.

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