COVID-19 UPDATE

CSC21 Session Preview

Below is a preview of the sessions that will be offered at the 2021 Campus Safety Conferences. Check back soon for the complete lineup of sessions and speakers.

SESSIONS AT ALL LOCATIONS

  • KEYNOTE | Active Shooter:  Preparedness and Prevention Strategies That Will Impact Response
  • GENERAL SESSION | COVID-19 Recovery: Looking Ahead at the 2021-2022 School Year and Discussing Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Strategies
  • PASS Guidelines Updates: Helping Administrators and Security Directors Effectively Evaluate, Prioritize and Implement Safety and Security Investments
  • After School Hours: Event Security and Emergency Preparedness
  • Reviewing the Clery Annual Security Report
  • Controversial Speakers and Protests: Creating Policies for Maintaining Safety, Security, and University Support on Campus
  • Use of Force Simulator Scenarios: Reacting to Split-second Situations and Managing the Message

WEST SESSION HIGHLIGHTS

  • Preventing School Shootings: Behavioral Analysis and Assessment
  • Reunification Drills – Next Level School Safety Preparedness
  • Situational Awareness: Scenario Training and Development Exercises to Increase Vigilance and Knowledge
  • Fatal Friday Night Lights:  A Real Case Study of Response and Recovery
  • From Childhood Victim to Adult First Responder: A Unique Perspective on Active Shooters
  • Keep Your Top Performers: Leadership Strategies for Building an Environment to Improve Staff Retention
  • Outreach Programs: Addressing Homelessness on an Urban Campus
  • Understanding Cultural Diversity, Stereotypes and Implicit Bias

EAST SESSION HIGHLIGHTS

  • Behavioral Analysis and Threat Assessments
  • I’ll See You Tonight –  K-12 Student/Parent Reunification
  • Situational Awareness: Scenario Training and Development Exercises to Increase Vigilance and Knowledge
  • Director of the Year Panel: Leading Practices in Security and Emergency Management Best Practices
  • Who Helps the Helpers?: Addressing Compassion Fatigue
  • Understanding Cultural Diversity, Stereotypes and Implicit Bias

TEXAS SESSION HIGHLIGHTS

  • Preventing School Shootings: Behavioral Analysis and Assessment
  • Situational Awareness: Scenario Training and Development Exercises to Increase Vigilance and Knowledge
  • Keep Your Top Performers: Leadership Strategies for Building an Environment to Improve Staff Retention
  • Fatal Friday Night Lights:  A Real Case Study of Response and Recovery
  • From Childhood Victim to Adult First Responder: A Unique Perspective on Active Shooters
  • Understanding Cultural Diversity, Stereotypes and Implicit Bias
  • 6 Pillars of 21st Century Policing

*All sessions are subject to change

” CSC is the conference to attend. If you are not there, you are missing out! “

  — Scott Leven, Director of Safety and Security, Ozarks Technical Community College

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