COVID-19 UPDATE

CALL FOR SPEAKERS

CSC22 CALL FOR SPEAKERS IS OPEN!

The 8th Annual Campus Safety Conferences (CSC) are intensive education and training events for those involved in protecting our nation’s schools and institutions of higher education. The events feature critical safety and security sessions for K-12 and college campuses, full-day, hands-on-learning workshops, 50+ product and solution providers, and extensive opportunities to network with campus peers from across the country.

Attendees include law enforcement, security directors, facilities directors, emergency managers, technology directors, IT managers, administrators, risk managers, mental health professionals, business managers and others responsible for the security, emergency management and public safety 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. These events 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.

The theme for the 2022 Campus Safety Conferences is ‘Embracing Resilience.‘  By collaborating with our teams and our communities, we can embrace our resilience, overcome obstacles, and achieve our goal of safety and security for our students, staff and faculty.

Prospective speakers are encouraged to submit detailed proposals addressing safety and security topics facing higher education campuses and K-12 schools.

Campus Safety Conference Dates:

  • EAST: Bethesda, MD | June 20-22, 2022
  • TEXAS: Fort Worth, TX | July 18-20, 2022
  • WEST: Portland, OR | November 2-4, 2022
  • Campus Safety Online Summit (CSOS) | December 7-8, 2022

Session topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Emergency operations, safety and communication plans
  • Emergency drills for staff, students and parents
  • Campus police and security training programs
  • New concerns and changes due to COVID-19
  • Mental/behavioral health/suicide prevention
  • System upgrade projects
  • Cyber security awareness and assessments
  • Active assailant incidents and response
  • Threat assessments (behavioral, digital, facility)
  • Severe weather emergencies and natural disasters
  • Clery / Title IX compliance
  • Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)
  • Campus crimes
  • Re-unification plans
  • Situational awareness programs
  • Hazing and bullying on campus and online
  • Staffing and resource concerns
  • Grants and Funding
  • De-escalation
  • Sexual assault, harassment and stalking investigations
  • Scenario/Tabletop exercise training
  • Managing events on campus

 Important Guidelines:

  • Sessions focused on audience engagement and participation are strongly encouraged.
  • Presentations should be based on facts, popular topics, trends, lessons learned, experiences, and leading practices.
  • CSC is searching for both beginner and advanced level trainings.
  • Certified instructors are strongly encouraged to submit proposals.
  • If you are submitting on behalf of a company product, you must also reserve sponsor space at the event if selected.
  • Case studies in which a co-presenter is from a school, district or university/college are encouraged.
  • Presentations submitted must include references to ensure the data and content is correct and valid.
  • All presentations must be thoroughly fact-checked.
  • Sales pitches will not be accepted.
  • CSC is unable to provide any form of compensation or reimbursement for expenses.
  • All speakers are required to use CSC branded templates for presentations.
  • All speakers receive a complimentary conference pass for themselves and one guest.

This link will remain open through Friday, October 8, 2021 in order to allow speakers to finalize their submission(s). Presenters will be contacted by late December. 

If you have any questions, please contact Amy Reddington at [email protected]  or 774-505-8033.

“CSC helps a lot of people learn about campus safety. “

  — Matt Franz, VP of IT and Emergency Management, Clark State Community College