Setting up a COVID mass vaccination site, standardizing policies and procedures, as well as upgrading a wide range of technologies are just some of Paul Sarnese’s achievements that led to him being named Campus Safety 2022 Healthcare Director of the Year.
From his very first day on the job, K-12 Director of the Year winner Allen Cain has collaborated with all district stakeholders to maximize campus safety.
Just weeks into the job before the pandemic hit, Anthony Pluretti was able to make impactful connections with students and staff through various creative initiatives.
This year’s Director of the Year Award winners deliver keen insights on how to make the most of their relationships with security systems installers and contractors.
Regularly searching for grants and partnering with fusion centers are just a few ways these directors have improved hospital security.
Past Campus Safety Directors of the Year will discuss the various strategies they use to foster internal and external stakeholder support for campus security.
Six higher education police chiefs and security directors discuss endeavors that have led to improved student, staff, and visitor safety.
Six K-12 security directors and police chiefs discuss initiatives they have led in their districts to improve student, staff and visitor safety.
Here are some photos from Campus Safety Conference East held June 20-22 in Bethesda, Maryland.
The Director of the Year winners were announced at the 2022 Campus Safety Conference East in Rockville, Maryland.