Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


The Campus Safety Conference is a 2-day intense conference for administrators and public safety officials, security and law enforcement executives from all over the country looking for solutions to campus safety, security, emergency management and technology challenges.
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Emergency Response

Read: Why You Should Use Fusion Centers to Improve Campus Safety

Why You Should Use Fusion Centers to Improve Campus Safety

Collaborating with local Fusion Centers can be an invaluable way for schools and hospitals to bolster their security operations.

Read: Is Artificial Intelligence the Future of Critical Events Call Centers?

Is Artificial Intelligence the Future of Critical Events Call Centers?

Here’s why critical events call centers still need human involvement, despite the accomplishments of artificial intelligence.

Read: Hurricane Harvey Reveals The Value of Social Media and 5 Other Lessons

Hurricane Harvey Reveals The Value of Social Media and 5 Other Lessons

On the one year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey, two University of Houston-Downtown officials give their biggest takeaways from the worst storm the Houston region has ever seen.

Read: Lessons From Hurricane Harvey with Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo

Lessons From Hurricane Harvey with Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo

Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo talked about the challenges his department faced and lessons it learned from Hurricane Harvey.

Read: What Hospital Active Shooter Response Programs Should Look Like

What Hospital Active Shooter Response Programs Should Look Like

Here’s a rundown of specific features the NFPA advises hospital officials to include in their active shooter response programs.

Read: 31 Steps to A Crisis Management Plan

31 Steps to A Crisis Management Plan

This guide can serve as a template to build and evaluate your crisis response plan.

Read: NFPA 3000 Fast-Tracked for Active Shooter Response Standard After Parkland Shooting

NFPA 3000 Fast-Tracked for Active Shooter Response Standard After Parkland Shooting

An active shooter response standard such as NFPA 3000 was first proposed after the Pulse Nightclub shooting in 2016.

Read: UPDATE: 2 Dead, 18 Wounded in Ky. High School Shooting

UPDATE: 2 Dead, 18 Wounded in Ky. High School Shooting

Both victims have been identified as 15-year-old students; police say the gunman will be charged with murder and attempted murder.

Read: Why You Should Know About NCS4

Why You Should Know About NCS4

Those involved with event security can leverage NCS4 conferences, training and other resources to improve their safety and emergency preparedness efforts.

Read: A School Emergency Kit Checklist

A School Emergency Kit Checklist

Are you aware of the supplies that should be in a school emergency kit? If not, here’s a checklist so you can better prepare.

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