Developing & Revising a Continuity of Operations Plan
Chief Willingham frequently teaches on active shooter response, disaster mitigation, security technology integration, community engagement, law enforcement accreditation, Clery compliance, and ethics.
Chief Willingham of Lonestar Community College in Houston, Texas will discuss the elements of a continuity of operations plan during this webinar.
He will cover what needs to be included and who needs to be involved in developing it.
Chief of Police
Lone Star College Police Department
Paul Willingham is the Chief of Police and Senior Associate Vice Chancellor of Public Safety for the Lone Star College System. The Lone Star College System Police Department consists of 120 sworn police officers and 71 non-sworn personnel serving over 100,000 students and employees over seven campuses and 11 branch campuses in Harris and Montgomery Counties. Prior to Lone Star College, he served eight years as Chief of Police at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Prior to UHCL, Chief Willingham served 17 years with the University of Texas-Houston Police Department in varied assignments including patrol, accreditation, security technology, dispatch, and recruiting.
Over his 30 years of service, Chief Willingham has experienced the dynamic changes in the landscape of campus safety. He frequently teaches on active shooter response, disaster mitigation, security technology integration, community engagement, law enforcement accreditation, Clery compliance, and ethics. Chief Willingham holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration and a master’s degree in Criminology. He is an Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Scholar. He is also a graduate of the Sam Houston State University Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas Leadership Command College and the Police Executive Research Forum Senior Management Institute for Police.
He currently serves as a Team Leader for the Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies and as the President of the Texas Association of College and University Police Administrators. He is also a contributing member of the Police Executive Research Forum, International Association of Chiefs of Police and the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators.
Chief Willingham has been married to the love of his life, Camber Rae, for 24 years. Of course, she calls him Paul. Their daughter graduated from LSC-Tomball and Texas A&M University and works in Human Resources. Outside of law enforcement, Chief Willingham actively serves as a minister in his church, enjoys teaching as an adjunct at LSC-UP, plays golf (if you can call it that), spends as much time as he can with his faithful canine (Rufus Tiberius Maximus Vanhoonacker Willingham III), and is an avid reader.
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