The Campus Safety Conferences are 2 1/2 day, intensive conferences that bring together security, public safety, emergency management, administration, facilities, business, and IT professionals responsible for protecting K-12 and Higher Education campuses and districts.
Our mission is to create a community for all stakeholders to receive time-critical education and training while building peer-to-peer relationships that facilitate year-round engagement, validation and problem solving to improve safety and security during these ever-changing and challenging times. For more information, visit www.campussafetyconference.com.
Campus Safety Online Summit, presented by Campus Safety Conference, provides school and college public safety professionals, emergency managers, executive administrators and technology directors with the information necessary to make and keep campuses safe. These events cover topics concerning lessons learned from COVID-19 and issues related to the re-opening of campuses. The speakers include law enforcement officials and specialists in emergency management and safety and security who are passionate about sharing their insight and knowledge to help you keep your students, faculty and staff safe and healthy.
Campus Safety HQ is a specially designed online training resource center from Campus Safety magazine and Campus Safety conference that provides up-to-date training and information to help your campus or district face today’s safety and security challenges.Campus Safety HQ members will learn from world-renown campus emergency management, security and law enforcement experts on a wide variety of critical issues. Doing so will add realism to your training programs and develop buy-in from campus and community stakeholders so they take safety seriously. Join Campus Safety HQ, your FREE online training resource to have 24/7 access to education and resources from world-renown campus emergency management, security and law enforcement experts on a wide variety of critical issues.
” 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