The 6th annual Campus Safety Conferences (CSC) are education and training events for all those involved in protecting our nation's schools and institutions of higher education.
The events will feature in-depth safety and security sessions for K-12 and college campuses, plus full-day workshops and demonstrations, 60+ product and solution providers, and extensive networking opportunities. Attendees include law enforcement, security, emergency management, administrators, risk managers, technology directors, mental health professionals and others responsible for the security, public safety and emergency management of our nation’s schools and universities.
The Campus Safety Conferences are presented by Campus Safety magazine and are the premier events in the industry. The goal of the Campus Safety Conferences is to provide attendees with the resources and training they need to increase preparedness, communication, and response prior to, during and after a variety of safety and security incidents.
Dates and Locations:
- Las Vegas, NV | June 17-19
- Dallas, TX | July 21-23
- Charlotte, NC | August 6-8
Session topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Response and Recovery
- Threat Assessments
- Mental/Behavioral Health
- Technology Solutions
- Active Shooter / Active Assailant Incidents
- Training Staff, Students, and Parents
- Leadership - (Both on Campus and in the Community)
- Preventing Gang Violence
- Transportation Safety
- Event Safety and Security
- Dealing with the Opioid Epidemic
- Sexual Harassment and Assault Investigations
We invite you to submit presentations that are geared towards audience engagement and participation for an all-encompassing experience. We also are looking to offer both beginner and advanced courses. Certified instructors are strongly encouraged to submit proposals.
If you are submitting on behalf of a company product, you must also reserve space at the event if selected. We will only consider sessions that are of overall value to our audience. Product pitches will not be accepted. We encourage case studies in which a co-presenter is from school, district or university/college.