Informa Australia are pleased to announce the 9th annual Campus Security & Safety Conference which will be held on the 8th & 9th of May 2017 at the Rendezvous Grand Hotel, Melbourne. The event is the ONLY dedicated security & safety event for the education sector in the Asia-Pacific region.
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 9th Annual Campus Security & Safety Conference will bring together senior level experts to discuss the challenges 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.
- Rethinking university design to increase inclusiveness
- Sexual assault and sexual harassment on campus
- Digital Student Data (DSD) Project
- Student mental health and cultural diversity on campus
- Supporting staff and student wellbeing
- Social media engagement
- Student Representative Panel
- Addiction and abuse
- Emergency preparedness
Registrations for the event have opened. Save $300.00 with the early bird pricing for the full two-day conference by registering before Friday 24th February.
Click here to view presentations from our 2016 event.
Manager - Security, Bushfire & Emergency Management, Department for Education and Child Development
Dr Renee Kyle
Policy Director, Universities Australia
General Manager Risk Management Services, Regis Mutual Management Pty Ltd
Detective Superintendent Gavin Dengate
Commander, State Planning Unit, Major Events & Incidents Group, Corporate Spokesperson for the Safety and Wellbeing of International Students, NSW Police Force
Dr Helen Forbes-Mewett
Senior Lecturer and Researcher, Monash University
National Welfare Officer, National Union of Students
Lt. John Weinstein
College Command Staff, Northern Virginia Community College
Unit Manager – OHS and Safety in Design Certified General OHS Professional, Architecture & Access (Aust) Pty Ltd
OH&S Support Officer, School of Chemistry, University of Melbourne
President, National Union of Students
Equity Vice-President, CAPA
University Security Manager & Crisis Team Coordinator, Monash University
Project Lead, Pennington Institute
Accredited Mediator, Trainer and Facilitator, Fighting Fair
Dr Andrew Trnacek
Chief Executive Officer, Higher Ed Services
Manager Cyber Security and Unsolicited Communications Enforcement Section, Australian Communications and Media Authority