Annual Campus Security & Safety Conference
Dates for 2017 yet to be announced
Special price discount for group bookings
Book 3 delegates and receive the 4th delegate pass at no cost.
To take advantage of this offer, call us today on 02 9080 4307 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: All delegates must be from the same company and register at the same time to qualify.
Managing security on campus is a complex task for security teams, extending not only from managing the physical security of the campus, such as through real-time wide CCTV coverage, threats and emergency response procedures, but also towards managing the health and well-being of students whose behaviour might put themselves or others in danger.
The 8th Annual Campus Security & Safety Conference will focus on the different areas of security that security teams have to face on a day-to-day basis, with presentations and case studies of first-hand experiences to highlight some of the key challenges and solutions to improve the security of campuses and the safety of students.
Topics will include:
- Evidence based policing on campus
- The challenge of campus security and safety across a national footprint
- Assessing campus security operations
- Threats and Hoaxes: How campuses should assess threats made against them
- Ways to identify threats and problem behaviour, and hold individuals accountable for their actions
- Safety campaigns that aim to engage students
- Priscilla Stevens-Guiney, Senior Executive Officer, International and Services Division, CQUniversity Australia
- Lt. John Weinstein, College Command Staff, Northern Virginia Community College
- Detective Superintendent Gavin Dengate, Commander Eastern Beaches LAC, Corporate Sponsor for the Safety and Wellbeing of International Students, New South Wales Police Force
- Robby Magyar, National Welfare Officer, National Union of Students
- Dr Helen Forbes-Mewett, Senior Lecturer and Researcher, Monash University
- Dr Clinton Carpene, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Edith Cowan University
- Rick Minter, Health & Safety/ Emergency Planning Coordinator, Macquarie University
Now announcing our pre-conference half day workshop!
Dealing with Difficult People – How to Defuse Toxic Situations
Lt. John Weinstein from Northern Virginia Community College will facilitate a half day workshop on the 1st of June on the art of persuasion and de-escalation. By using certain techniques, individuals in volatile situations can help reduce conflict and increase the safety of everyone involved.
To view the presentations from the 2015 Campus Security & Safety Conference visit: http://www.slideshare.net/informaoz/tagged/campussecuritysafety15