Conference Date
Location

Texas: Irving: TX | June 12-13
| East: Philadelphia, PA | July 13-14
West: Long Beach, CA | July 31-Aug 1
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Special Features and Events

Director of the Year Awards
 

The 10th Annual Campus Safety Director of the Year Awards recognizes outstanding campus public safety, security and emergency management leaders and the effective policies, procedures and technologies they use to protect their organizations. The Campus Safety Director of the Year winners will be announced at our Opening Ceremonies on Thursday, July 13th.

2016 DOY Finalists


Keynotes

Thursday, July 13

Lessons from a Virginia Tech Survivor

Lisa Hamp

School Shooting Survivor and Speaker

Thursday, July 13

Making a Difference in Campus Safety

A tribute to Virginia Tech and Sandy Hook

Michele Gay

Co-Founder/Executive Director
Safe and Sound: A Sandy Hook Initiative

Friday, July 14

My Son's Suicide: Lessons on Life, Legacy, & Livelihood

Michael Beckman

Deputy Chief
Long Beach Police Department
   

Hot Topic Meetups

The Campus Safety Hot Topic Meetups provide an informal venue for attendees to openly discuss current topics of focused mutual interest. Join us for an interactive forum to network, learn and share best practices with those who are passionate about the safety and security of our nation's K-12 and Higher Education campuses.  Please note: seating is limited to 10-12 people and is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Don't just observe, ENGAGENETWORK, and LEARN!


Bleed Control Hands-On Training

A series of 30-45 minute sessions running from 11:30 AM -3:30 PM on Thursday, July 13th with a small groups participating in hands-on training and demonstration.

What you will learn:

  • What really works when stopping blood loss
  • When to use a tourniquet or hemostatic dressing
  • Debunking the myths about tourniquets and hemostatic dressings
  • How to pack a wound using a hemostatic dressing
  • How to wrap and protect wounds until help arrives
  • What should you carry with you and what should be pre-stationed

I attended the National Forum in Wash DC in June 2015. I found that the forum offered many great speakers and opportunities to learn and grow as well as the opportunity to build relationships with colleagues nationwide. With the intensity of safety and security growing and maintaining high visibility in our nation, I found that the Forum offered opportunities to address many valuable topics and support services. This field is still growing and the attention it demands is not going to diminish anytime in the near future. I look forward to attending other Forums in future years and am very thankful for ALL the hard work and detailed structure your team provided.