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Role playing with school stakeholders is the first step to ensuring your emergency plans and procedures are effective.


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Michele Gay, who lost her daughter in the 2012 Sandy Hook School tragedy, talks about her experience before, during and after the active shooter attack and how she is working to protect other children and K-12 campuses.


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Topics covered at Campus Safety East and West conferences include Title IX, immigration, campus carry, protests and more.


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Looking to hire someone to manage your campus Clery Act compliance efforts? Here are the qualifications he or she should possess. 


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Five years ago, LBPD Deputy Chief Michael Beckman’s son took his own life. Here are some of the lessons he learned from that tragedy


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Here are some of the lessons one Los Angeles K-12 campus learned when a police chase involving an armed suspect ended in front of the school.


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Having a social media plan and adopting these best practices will ensure your campus crisis communications efforts are effective.


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Prepare now for the DOJ’s latest sexual violence prevention grant, or your campus might miss out.


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Although Lisa Hamp wasn't shot during the 2007 Virginia Tech active shooter attack, she was still traumatized. Recovery is both physical and mental.


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At Campus Safety Conference West, a community college director will describe how his public safety department recovered.


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Campus police should be able to recognize signs of relationship violence.


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Schools can simplify their decision criteria, improve their communications and reduce costs by focusing on a common infrastructure.


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Attend the Campus Safety Conferences and you are guaranteed to walk away with the knowledge you need to better protect your campus.


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Dallas will host one of this year’s three premier Campus Safety magazine events for school and university protection professionals.


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School safety and security incidents don’t just happen when class is in session. Will your coaches, sponsors and directors know how to respond?


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By adopting these elements, you’ll be able to prevent the entry of unauthorized individuals or delay their access until law enforcement can be summoned.

 


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The key to addressing this contentious issue is delivering proactive and positive outreach to all students, faculty, staff and administration, irrespective of their national origin or political orientation.


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Preparation must go beyond incident response, tactics and the focus on active shooters.


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This summer’s 2017 Campus Safety Conferences offer two  full days of K-12 and higher ed safety education,  including expert forums, in-depth conference sessions, training workshops, hands-on training and multiple networking opportunities.


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Check out the 11 healthcare, school and university public safety, security and emergency management pros who made the cut, as well as some of their notable achievements.


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Alison Kiss from the Clery Center discusses confidential and mandated reporting, and how campuses can work with counselors to ensure victims get the help they need.


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Expert presentations, interactive workshops and the sponsor showcase were some of the highlights of the event.


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Status Solutions Joins Forces with Safe and Sound Schools to Increase Public Awareness of Safety and Security within Schools


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Top chiefs from six different campuses will participate in Campus Safety Conference East and West opening sessions. 


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Five of the nation’s top school safety experts will participate in Campus Safety Conference East and West opening sessions.


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At Campus Safety Conference East this summer, Vivian Faden, Ph.D., from the NIAAA discusses how colleges can address student alcohol abuse. 


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NOVA Police Lt. and CSC presenter John Weinstein discusses the need to think beyond active shooter tactics when developing comprehensive, long-term plans for response.


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Three different sessions being presented at Campus Safety Conference East and West this summer will provide cyber safety and social media tips that attendees can share with students and their parents. Here’s an overview of what they will present.


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By Lt. John Weinstein

As a head of an agency or unit commander, we have at least three major responsibilities: establish and maintain safe and secure jurisdictions; serve as an effective steward of the funding we receive; and ensure our agency has the flexibility to adapt to our changing political, social, cultural and economic environments.


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More than three million referrals of child maltreatment are received by state and local agencies every year.


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Campus Safety Conference East presenters Chris Dorn and Mike Dorn discuss the benefits of adopting the all-hazards approach to K-12 emergency preparedness.


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Here’s an overview of what security and CPTED experts Randy Atlas and Jim Grayson will be presenting at Campus Safety Conference West and East this summer.


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Q&A With the Dean of Students at University of Montana Western


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At Campus Safety Conference East this summer, Guy Grace from Littleton Public Schools will discuss his experience in responding to a shooting that occurred on one of his district’s campuses.


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DCAC Training Center is proud to partner with Campus Safety Magazine to provide training for recognizing and reporting child abuse at a discounted rate. 


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Here’s an overview of Alan Walters’ Campus Safety Conference East presentation on how the Georgetown County School District developed a culture of safety on campus. 


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Two California campus security directors make the case for uniform U.S. standards. Here's a preview of what they will be presenting at Campus Safety Conference East and West this summer.


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Intimate partner violence expert Rebecca Dreke discusses her upcoming Campus Safety Conference presentations on how to identify and address stalking and dating violence on campus.


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Here are nine reasons why accusations of militarism are wholly over-stated and essentially untrue.


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2-Days of In-Depth Training, Peer-to-Peer Learning, and Networking for Law Enforcement and Academic Administrators responsible for the safety and security of K-12 and Higher Education Campuses


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Congratulations to the finalists in the 9th Annual Campus Safety Director of the Year awards program! The winners and runners up will be announced at the Campus Safety Conference in Washington, D.C., this July. Complete coverage of the winners will appear this fall in Campus Safety magazine as well as on CampusSafetyMagazine.com.


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Speaking at the Campus Safety Nation Forum on Thursday, Senator Claire McCaskill, a Missouri Democrat, urged college law enforcement officers to more speedily and thoroughly collect evidence and interview witnesses when investigating claims of campus sexual assault.


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The Clery Center sent an open letter to U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill after the senator said her goal was to remove the Clery Act at the Campus Safety National Forum.


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U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill calls Clery Act ‘a mess’ and ‘flawed’ in calling for repeal or simplification of the law that tracks campus criminal activity. 


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Dylann Roof, who shot  and killed nine African Americans in a church last week, originally planned to shoot up the College of Charleston, according to Roof's friend.


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All three of this summer’s events will feature presentations from security, emergency management, public safety and technology top experts.


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The Campus Safety National Forum taking place June 24-26 in Washington, D.C., will be offering real-world ways campuses can address these disturbing trends. This is your media organization's opportunity to report on solutions to some of our nation's most troubling safety and security challenges. Won't you join us?


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Here's how you can design the right emergency exercises for you campus and evaluate your institution's safety products.


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Check out the campus security, technology, law enforcement and emergency management vendors that will be displaying their solutions at the Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C., June 24-26.


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Since 2011, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has made it one of their top priorities to investigate and discipline institutions of higher education and K-12 school districts they say have mishandled campus sexual assault claims. This trend will certainly continue as federal and state legislation is introduced, calling for increased financial penalties against campuses that don’t comply with Title IX or the Clery Act. Additionally, more sexual assault victims are filing lawsuits against colleges or districts, alleging their rights under Title IX and the Clery Act have been violated.


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Here are some key concepts recommended by the U.S. Secret Services that organizations can adopt when they respond to individuals exhibiting concerning behavior.


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Virginia House Bill 1930 and Senate Bill 712 require colleges to establish a threat assessment team to handle all sexual assault claims and help sexual assault survivors get counseling.


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Find out who the winners are on Wednesday, June 24 at 5 p.m. at the Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C.


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Staying Alive: How to Act Fast and Survive Deadly Encounters, co-authored by National Forum keynoter Michael Dorn, demonstrates successful strategies and techniques that can be utilized by the average person in emergency situations.


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There is no “one size fits all” lockdown protocol that will work properly in every school because procedures must reflect differences in school design and local law enforcement response capabilities.


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New research released by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the International Association for Healthcare Security & Safety (IAHSS) Foundation has confirmed what most working in healthcare security have suspected for years — that staff working in hospitals, and particularly emergency departments, can and do experience much higher rates of workplace violence than individuals working in other occupations.


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Layered security is a term that continues to grow in popularity as more and more organizations determine that employing only one system of defense isn’t guaranteed to provide an appropriate level of prevention or reaction during an emergency situation. That expansion certainly applies to delivering emergency alerts.


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This second part of our series on campus officer gun programs gives you the low down on officers carrying their weapons when they are off duty, patrol rifles, inspections and more.


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Here are some important sexual assault statistics that can help your institution make informed decisions when developing policies to protect your campus community.


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The average time a Title IX investigation takes the Department of Education has increased to over four years according to new data.


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Often the observable indicators that an individual is hiding a gun, knife or other weapon go undetected. Campus personnel who recognize these physical behaviors will have the information they need to prevent a planned assault.


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Here’s what you need to know about recognizing maltreatement and reporting it.


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Emergency plans must be practiced and then evaluated so they will be effective.


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The Campus Safety Magazine advisory board has selected Safe Havens International Executive Director Michael Dorn to keynote two of the three national conferences being hosted by Campus Safety this summer.


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Senator Claire McCaskill will speak on college campus sexual violence at the National Forum June 25.


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Three sexual assault bills have been proposed in California by assembly member Das Williams.


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The Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C. will be split up into three tracks designed to serve the needs of security professionals in different fields: K-12, higher education and hospitals.


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The National Forum Exhibit Hall will feature the newest solutions to security challenges facing your campus today.


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Why are security professionals attending the Campus Safety Events? Hear first hand what motivated a Campus Security Director to register himself and his team for the National Forum.


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Being held in our nation's capital June 24-26, the National Forum will feature top industry speakers addressing the most important security issues facing hospitals, schools and universities today. 


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Visit our special exhibit hall to meet with the top campus security, law enforcement, technology and emergency management vendors in North America. 


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The Fraternity & Sorority Political Action Committee will be pushing lawmakers to force schools to wait until police investigations are complete before punishing students.


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A bill in the Florida Senate would let school superintendents determine if they should allow concealed guns on their campuses.


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Bills were passed by the Utah legislator this week that attempt to protect students in the classroom and online.


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Tennessee college students will not be allowed to keep guns in their cars on campuses after a bill was killed Wednesday.


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You might expect a college to react negatively to reports that they have the most sexual assault allegations among their peers, but not this Missouri university.


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Bills have been proposed in the Arkansas legislature to amend the Freedom of Information Act to make some school security plans inaccessible to the public.


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Congratulations to the finalists of the 8th Annual Campus Safety Director of the Year awards program! The winners and runners up will be announced at the Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C., this June. Complete coverage will appear in an upcoming issue of Campus Safety magazine as well as CampusSafetyMagazine.com.


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The Virginia House and Senate passed identical bills on Friday aimed at helping victims of sexual assault and preventing future sexual assaults on college campuses.


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Campus Safety magazine is pleased to announce that it will be expanding its Campus Safety Conferences to three events this summer in Washington D.C., Los Angeles and Chicago.


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A new version of the Campus Accountability and Safety Act, or CASA, was introduced in the Senate yesterday based on input from victims, students, colleges, law enforcement and advocates.


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January 12, 2015

FRAMINGHAM, MA — Campus Safety Magazine (CS) is now accepting proposals for presentations at the Campus Safety 2015 Events:

  • June 24-26, 2015: Washington DC (National Forum)
  • July 13-14, 2015: Chicago, IL (Conference)
  • July 23-24, 2015:  Los Angeles, CA (Conference)

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By Marc Cota-Robles
Friday, August 01, 2014
LOS ANGELES (KABC) --

A school-safety event was held across from the University of Southern California campus Friday.
 


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Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck called on campus police departments Friday to engage the community and teach students to take responsibility for their safety.


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PD Chief Charlie Beck called Friday for an investment in community partnerships to keep school campuses safe at an event of educators, university security officials, professors and others.


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On July 31-August 1, as many of 300 individuals from K-12 schools and university police agencies, administrators and campus stakeholders convened at the Radisson Hotel Los Angeles Midtown at the University of Southern California to attend the 2014Campus Safety Conference.


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EXPOSITION PARK (CBSLA.com) —  Various police agencies met with school administrators Friday for a conference on campus safety.
The conference comes in the wake of a fatal beating near USC and reports of several school campuses being beset with sexual assaults and carjackings.
CBS2’s Dave Lopez said more than 300 people attended the conference.


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By Olga Grigoryants, olga.grigoryants@ langnews.com OlgaGrigory on Twitter

POSTED: 08/01/14, 9:50 PM PDT |

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck opened the Campus Safety Conference Friday calling for greater cooperation between universities and the surrounding community at an event with educators, university security officials, professors, students, and others.


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LAPD Chief Beck Calls for Student ‘Self Accountability’ at the Campus Safety Conference
Keynoting the Campus Safety Conference at USC, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck says establishing police legitimacy and community efficacy are top priorities for campus safety departments. 


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