Campus Safety Announces 2016 National Forum Events Call for Presentations

CS gathers the best security experts to present at the Campus Safety National Forum.

The Campus Safety & Security National Forum presented by Campus Safety Magazine (CS) is now accepting proposals for presentations at the Campus Safety & Security National Forum being held July 27-29, 2016 at the Gaylord National Resort and Conference Center in National Harbor, MD.

The 3rd annual National Forum is an education and training conference for anyone involved in ensuring the public safety and security for our nation’s k-12 schools, institutions of higher education, and healthcare facilities.

The event will feature three in-depth safety and security conferences for k-12, higher education, and healthcare plus a technology solutions track, pre-conference workshops, 50+ product and solution providers, and extensive networking opportunities.

The Campus Safety & Security National Forum is presented by Campus Safety, Security Sales & Integration, and Commercial Integrator magazines and is the premier event in the industry. The goal of the Campus Safety & Security National Forum is to provide attendees with the resources and training to increase preparedness, communication, and response prior to and during safety and security incidents.
Prospective presenters are encouraged to submit proposals addressing the safety and security for higher education, K-12 schools, and healthcare, as well as technology solutions. The list below identifies some of the most pressing topics for consideration.

K-12 Safety Conference

  • Active Shooter Response
  • Title IX and Sexual Violence
  • Conducting Threat Assessments
  • Understanding and Monitoring Social Media
  • Emergency Response in Rural Areas
  • Superintendent/Safety Director Perspective
  • Identifying at Risk Individuals
  • Training teachers, students, staff and administrators to respond to an emergency
  • Emergency Preparedness and Procedures
  • Writing Emergency Notification Messages

College and University Safety Conference

  • Police Chief’s Perspective
  • Active Shooter Response
  • Emergency Notification Best Practices
  • Responding to Sexual Assaults on Campus
  • Training and Response for Armed and Unarmed Officers
  • Clery Training: Understanding Clery and VAWA
  • Guns on Campus
  • Identifying At Risk Individuals and Addressing Mental Health Concerns
  • Sporting Event and Parking Facility Safety Strategies
  • Developing a Community Outreach Program

Healthcare Security Conference

  • Regulatory Boot Camp
  • Conducting Threat Assessments
  • Patient Surges
  • Infant Security Solutions
  • Security for Clinics and Long Term Care Facilities
  • Workplace Violence Prevention  
  • Emergency Room Security Best Practices
  • Training and Response for Armed/Unarmed Officers
  • Developing the Business Case for Security
  • Identifying At Risk Individuals and Mental Health Concerns

Please submit proposals online no later than Monday, November 9, 2015. Presenters will be contacted by late January.

Vendors interested in exhibiting at the Campus Safety Events should contact Steve Nesbitt, Publisher, Campus Safety at 774-256-1101,

About Campus Safety
Campus Safety (CS) magazine and exclusively serve campus police chiefs, security directors, IT personnel, emergency managers and executive administrators involved in the public safety and security of major hospitals, schools and universities in the United States. CS is a product of Framingham, MA.-based publishing company EH Publishing, Inc. The print version is issued nine times per year and is distributed to more than 18,000 campus safety and security professionals nationwide. Online, attracts more than 50,000 unique visitors each month, and is growing rapidly to serve the needs of the expanding campus safety market.

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