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Campus Safety Conferences Comes to 3 New U.S. Cities in Summer 2015

Three 2015 Campus Safety Events will provide top-notch speakers and panelists who will address some of the biggest challenges facing campuses today.

CI Staff

Campus Safety Magazine is pleased to announce that it will be expanding its Campus Safety Conferences to three events this summer in Washington D.C., Los Angeles and Chicago.

All three 2015 Campus Safety Events will provide top-notch speakers and panelists who will address some of the biggest challenges facing campuses today such as active shooters and other emergencies, along with Clery and Title IX compliance and more.

By attending the conference program, attendees will further hone their skills, improve their departments’ incident and response programs, and upgrade their school, university, or hospital protection profile.

The Campus Safety Event programs are designed to serve the needs of hospitals, higher education, K-12 institutions.

The events will address problems and provide solutions from the most experienced presenters tackling today’s most pressing topics including:

  • Clery and Title IX Compliance
  • OSHA and Joint Commission Compliance
  • Active Shooter Response
  • Emergency Response and Notification
  • How to Identify At-Risk Individuals
  • Proving Value for Security Investments
  • Managing External and Media Communications
  • Emergency Drills and Tabletop Exercises

The Campus Safety National Forum is a two-day conference for healthcare and education administrators, security and law enforcement executives, government officials and media from all over the country to promote education, product evaluation and networking.

The Campus Safety National Forum will offer a keynote address, ½ day of pre-conference training, plus an exhibit hall with over 90 participating companies.

Campus Safety National Forum
Hyatt Regency Crystal City
Washington, DC
June 24-26, 2015

“The Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) Police Department is proud to partner with Campus Safety Magazine as a co-sponsor of its annual conference, states Lt. John Weinstein, District Commander, Northern Virginia Community College Police Department. Campus Safety Magazine, as the foremost publication of its kind, will provide a venue where leading authorities can come together to enhance the collective knowledge that keeps our institutional communities safe and secure. NOVA looks forward to supporting this important event.”

Additionally, the West Coast and Midwest conferences in Los Angeles and Chicago will provide valuable educational opportunities on topics specific to their regions, as well as sessions that apply to campuses across the nation.

Campus Safety Conference/Chicago
Rosemont Hilton
Chicago, IL
July 13-14, 2015

“The University of Chicago’s Department of Safety & Security is proud to partner with Campus Safety Events to host the Campus Safety Chicago Conference,” said Marlon C. Lynch, Associate Vice President for Safety, Security, and Civic Affairs & Chief of Police. “At this event, campus security professionals can learn about the latest challenges affecting our profession, as well as strategies and best practices for handling those challenges. This is also a great time for conference attendees to network and grow their professional circles.”

Campus Safety Conference/Los Angeles
Westin LAX
Los Angeles, CA
July 23-24, 2015

“USC’s Department of Public Safety is pleased to partner again this year with Campus Safety Magazine in co-sponsoring their Los Angeles conference,” states Chief John Thomas of University of Southern California Department of Public Safety. “The conference provides campus safety professionals a great opportunity to network, exchange ideas, and explore relevant issues.”

To obtain Campus Safety Conference registration and hotel information, visit, call (855) 351-0927 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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