Empower your team with these sessions on hot topics at campus safety conferences

These intimate sessions allow campus security professionals to share challenges and successes on topics affecting schools/colleges today.

Each year, the Campus Safety Conferences offer “hot topic” sessions. While all types of sessions at these events are beneficial, these sessions are particularly unique because attendees can share their experiences in a small group.

These 30-minute, expert-facilitated focus groups are open discussion forums for public safety professionals to discuss their successes and challenges related to a pre-determined topic. Unlike other types of sessions at Campus Safety Conferences, we limit the number of participants to ensure a personalized experience filled with collaboration and camaraderie.

Although the expert initiates the discussion, the discussions aim to provide equal participation to all participants. We hope that these discussions will provide participants with ideas on how they can improve the safety or security of their campus based on the experiences of others.

Whether you work at a K-12 school/district or on a college/university campus, we know you will find value in these sessions. Below is an overview of the sessions offered. You can click on the links for more information on the subject.

Campus Safety Conference East (Bethesda, Md.), June 20-22

Monday, June 20 – Topical thematic sessions*

*Topics subject to change

To view the full program or register for Campus Safety Conference East, click here.

Campus Safety Conference Texas (Fort Worth), July 18-20

Monday July 18 – Topical thematic sessions

*Topics subject to change

To view the full agenda or register for the Campus Safety Conference Texas, click here.

Campus Safety Conference West (Los Angeles), August 2-4

Tuesday August 2 – Topical thematic sessions

*Topics subject to change

To view the full program or register for Campus Safety Conference West, click here.

About the Author

Amy Rock, Senior Writer

Amy is the editor of Campus Safety. Before joining the editorial team in 2017, she worked in both events and digital marketing.

Amy has many relatives and close friends who are teachers, which motivates her to learn and share as much as she can on campus safety. She has a minor in education and has worked with children in many capacities, further deepening her passion for student safety.

In her spare time, Amy enjoys exploring the outdoors with her family.

Jessica C. Bell