The Campus Safety Online Summit Is July 7-8. Register today!
This two-day event will cover topics concerning lessons learned from COVID-19 and issues related to the re-opening of campuses.
Campus Safety is excited to announce that registration for the Campus Safety Online Summit is now open!
The Campus Safety Online Summit, happening July 7-8, will offer two keynotes, two general sessions, over 14 educational sessions, and information and resources from companies that provide innovative safety and security technologies and solutions.
Speakers include law enforcement officials and specialists in emergency management, grants, weather-related disasters and personal protection and safety. When you register, you’ll be able to attend each of the day’s ten sessions for FREE.
Here’s a look at the topics covered:
Day 1 Sessions
- KEYNOTE: Mental Health and COVID-19: Caring for Others and Yourself in Times of Change and Uncertainty
- K-12 GENERAL SESSION: COVID-19: The Road to Re-Opening Your District; Sponsored by Drift Net Securities
- Bystander Intervention: Don’t Just Stand There … Stand Up, Speak Up, Act Up
- De-escalating Problems When Frustrations Are High
- Enhancing School Security: An Overview of SchoolSafety.gov’s Free Resources
- Free Speech and Campus Unrest
- Illegal Drugs, Vaping, Bullying and Assaults: Protecting Areas on Campus Where Video Surveillance Can’t Be Used; Sponsored by IPVideo
- Safety and Security Priorities Have Changed: What Can an Educational Institution Look Like in The New Normal?; Sponsored by Motorola
- Understanding Threats and Cyberbullying: Keeping Student Safe While at Home
- Plus, we’ll be announcing the Campus Safety Director of the Year Award winners!
Day 2 Sessions
- KEYNOTE: Recovering from All Threats and Hazards: Creating Community Partnerships So Your School and Campus Can Get Back on Its Feet
- HIGHER ED GENERAL SESSION: COVID-19: The Road to Re-Opening Your Campus; Sponsored by Transact
- Accounting for the “Other:” Examining Clery Act Emergency Notification Policies in Light of COVID-19 Response
- Compassion Fatigue: Helping Our Hometown Heroes
- Evaluating School Climate and Culture: Ensuring Safe & Caring School Communities in the Age of COVID-19
- Liability Considerations When Re-Opening
- Managing the New Normal and the Impact on Campus Police/Security
- Return to Work: Contact Tracing and Beyond; Sponsored by Everbridge
- Returning to School: Considerations for Those with Access and Functional Needs
- To Protect and Educate: Navigating the Challenges of 2020 and the New Normal