Security100SUMMITS K-12

Scheduled for Dec. 3-5 in Tucson, Ariz., The Security100Summits K-12 will cover several topics, such as maintaining positive school climates while enhancing safety and security and peer to peer roundtable discussions.

Dec. 3, 2014 – Dec. 5, 2014
Security100Summits K-12
Tucson, Ariz.

Security100Summits K-12, by Focus Media Events, LLC, announced an updated list of sponsors, as well as a diverse mix of hosted security decision makers representing K-12 school districts from around the country.  The Security100Summits K-12© takes place December 3-5, 2014 in Tucson, Arizona. 

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to present leading safety and security solution providers to this important community.  We have found the support from vendors to be an outstanding and committed group focused on improving the security of our K-12 schools.  The passion and drive of many of these vendors, buyers and industry advisors is inspiring!” says Nancy L. Largay, General Manager of Focus Media Events, LLC.

Committed vendors to date include:

Anchorman, Aver, Axis Communications, Competitive Edge Software, Guardian 8, Lauren Innovations/Navigate Prepared, Milestone Systems, Napco Security Technologies, Punch Alert, Raptor Technologies, Veracity and Video Insight. 

There has been a tremendous amount of interest from K-12 safety and security professionals seeking to evaluate and source smart, reliable and affordable solutions for their campuses.  The Summit will host high quality buyers from large Public School Districts, large Private Academies, Charter Schools, Vocational and Technical Schools as well as one of the largest Parochial School Districts from Canada.  Lisa Carroll, Chief Community Builder, added:  “We have an outstanding community of progressive leaders joining us.  In the many years I have been doing this, I have not seen such interest, enthusiasm, and support from a buyer community. We are just about filled to capacity.” 

The content of the Summit is driven primarily by the buyer community.  The ripple effect in evaluating K-12 security executive’s current needs and challenges produces very relevant and real-time issues.  Topics highlighted include:  Maintaining Positive School Climates while Enhancing Safety and Security; The Denial Factor; After Hours, Letting Your Guard Down During High Risk Times; Safe, Healthy and Positive Environmental Design (S.H.A.P.E.D.), and Moving the Safety Needle.  Peer2Peer Roundtable Discussions will also be prevalent.

More information can be found by visiting the Summit website at

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