Join Us in San Antonio this Summer!
Explore the Sponsor Showcase
Your conference pass will give you access to the entire sponsor showcase! See their latest offerings and find new products, safety solutions, and services that will have an immediate impact on your campus.
Hear from Industry Experts
Learn from industry leaders passionate about school safety and security who will share their insights, knowledge and experiences during two and half days of information-packed learning sessions.
In-Depth Workshop Trainings
Attend one of four workshops covering topics such as PASS Guidelines, After Hours Event Security and Emergency Preparedness, Clery Act, or Managing Campus Events and Protests. Add one to your conference pass when registering.
A deeper look into the sessions you don’t want to miss!
A Unique Perspective on Active Shooters: From Childhood Victim to Adult First Responder
Rob Young, Sergeant, Stockton Unified School District Police Department
A dramatic testimonial session that brings insight, not only as Rob tells his story as a victim, but as a police officer who responded to an active shooter incident, and who now helps conduct large-scaled training exercises in his hometown. Rob will bring new ideas to other agencies to think outside the box in order to make our response better as a whole (law enforcement, fire, EMS, local hospitals, etc).
Keep Your Top Performers: Leadership Strategies for Building an Environment to Improve Staff Retention
Jeff Hauk, Director, Public Safety and Police Authority Services, Memorial Healthcare
With the current global economy, many security and public safety departments find themselves in an unusual position; having to fight to find and retain talent. Security professionals with limited opportunities just a few years ago face a new world of continuous expanding options. Discuss the essentials of re-recruiting your top performers and explore methods for retention of staff such as employee engagement, professional development, career ladders, motivation, teambuilding, and succession planning.
Use of Force Simulator Scenarios: Reacting to Split-second Situations and Managing the Message
Julie Parker, President & CEO, Julie Parker Communications
Jason Johnson, President, Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund
Julie and Jason will demonstrate scenarios on a use-of-force simulator and give attendees the opportunity to try a “shoot/don’t shoot” experience. After attendees receive the fundamentals of police officer use of force, they will be put into groups and respond to video scenarios that could occur on or next to their campus.
Attendees can experience first-hand some of the physiological reactions that officers have when put into stressful scenarios. After a debrief, the attendees will be tasked with developing five key messages, talking points or tweets/posts for social media for their stakeholders (campus police chief, chancellor, etc) about their particular scenario.
Beyond helping prepare your campus leaders for the always-challenging crisis messaging task, this workshop offers an excellent way to learn how to communicate to your community stakeholders about the challenges law enforcement faces in today’s lightning fast social media-driven world.
Cultural Diversity, Stereotypes and Implicit Bias: Improve Training and Misunderstandings
Daniel Dusseau, Director Public Safety/Chief of Police, Northern Virginia Community College Police Department (NOVA)
John Weinstein, Commander, Strategic Planning and Outreach, Northern Virginia Community College Police Department
Outreach Programs: Addressing Homelessness on an Urban Campus
Toni Summerlin, Sergeant, Consolidated Police Services of Southern Nevada
” 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