Campus Safety Conference East coming July 25-26 in National Harbor, MD



The Campus Safety Magazine “Campus Safety Conference East” is a 2-day intense conference for administrators and public safety officials, security and law enforcement executives from all over the country looking for solutions to campus safety, security, emergency management and technology challenges.  Further hone your skills, improve your departments’ incident and response programs, and upgrade your school, university, or college protection profile.

At the Campus Safety Conference, you can expect to:

  • Hear from the leading safety and security experts
  • Learn strategies and tactics to reduce risk and improve response
  • Learn first-hand about best practices and procedures for emergency response
  • Walk away ready to prepare and plan for emergency situations, protect your students and faculty, and prevent a crisis on your campus.

About Campus Safety

Campus Safety (CS) magazine and exclusively serve campus police chiefs, security directors, IT personnel, emergency managers and executive administrators involved in the public safety and security of major hospitals, schools and universities in the United States. CS is a product of Framingham, MA.-based publishing company EH Publishing, Inc. The print version is issued nine times per year and is distributed to more than 18,000 campus safety and security professionals nationwide. Online, attracts over 35,000 unique visitors each month, and is growing rapidly to serve the needs of the expanding campus safety market.

Full Count Founder to present on standards in Higher Education Campus Safety

Full Count Consulting’s own Stan Skipworth will also be presenting with the President of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, Chief Randy Burba of Chapman University.  Their focus will illustrate the necessity for private colleges and universities to acquire the needed state and local statutory remedies to ensure consistency among higher education campuses.  These inconsistencies largely include training, equipping, access to criminal information that can help keep their campus communities alerted, and the authority to perform advanced levels of policing that only 40% of the states in the country currently have.   For more on this presentation, please visit here.

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