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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Gang Members Increasingly Using Twitter and Facebook to Brag

LOS ANGELES

Mind the (Information) Gap

Interview With ‘Columbine’ Author Dave Cullen

"Columbine" author Dave Cullen dispels some common myths associated with the 1999 high school massacre.

Still Learning 10 Years Later

Read: Columbine 10 Years Later: The State of School Safety Today

Columbine 10 Years Later: The State of School Safety Today

CS survey shows that K-12 and university campus security programs have made huge strides since this terrible tragedy. Despite this, matters like bully prevention, technology deployment, staffing levels and funding require greater attention.

Read: On Patrol: All Together Now! Partnerships Make the Difference in Beaverton

On Patrol: All Together Now! Partnerships Make the Difference in Beaverton

By reaching out to local community agencies, such as local law enforcement, school volunteers, parents and staff, Beaverton (Ore.) School District Director of Public Safety Randy Kayfes has created an environment that not only protects the district’s campuses, but also allows students, parents and staff to express their concerns.

Read: Fostering Emotionally Safer Environments

Fostering Emotionally Safer Environments

Appropriate relationship skills and communication techniques can help campus professionals better respond to children’s challenging behavior and individuals with special needs.

Read: Editor's Desk: Va. Tech Report Confirms Shortcomings, Offers Preventive Tactics

Editor's Desk: Va. Tech Report Confirms Shortcomings, Offers Preventive Tactics

Read: News Watch Special Report: Virginia Tech Aftermath

News Watch Special Report: Virginia Tech Aftermath

Read: It’s About Relationships

It’s About Relationships

Princeton Chief of Police Steven Healy understands the power of personal interaction. By collaborating with his campus’ numerous stakeholders via community policing and one-on-one communications, he and his officers have improved the department’s stature, as well as upgraded many of the technologies required to properly protect this prestigious university.

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