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TEXAS  |  SCHEDULE

                                          JULY 26 - 28, 2020 - MARRIOTT RIVERCENTER -  SAN ANTONIO, TX

Sunday, July 26 | 11:00 AM - 07:00 PM

Hot Topic Roundtable Discussion, Pre-Conference, Reception

11:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Registration

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Ready|Room: Registration Desk 1

7/26/2020 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Room: Registration Desk 1

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Ready

Registration

Check in and get your name badge!

12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Sponsor Move-In

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Ready|Room: Salon ABF

7/26/2020 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Room: Salon ABF

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Ready

Sponsor Move-In

Check in, get your name badge, and set up your tabletop before 4:00 pm!

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pre-Conference A: Preventing School Shootings: How Behavioral Analysis and Assessment Can Prevent Tragedies

Peter Langman, Ph.D., Psychologist, Langman Psychological Associates, LLC

Audience: K-12|Track: Be Smarter

Pre-Conference B: Use-of-Force Simulator Scenarios: Reacting to Split-second Situations and Managing the Message

Julie Parker, President & CEO, Julie Parker Communications

Jason Johnson, President, Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Smarter

7/26/2020 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Smarter

1:05 PM - 1:35 PM

Hot Topic #1: What’s Next: Trends in Campus Security, Public Safety and Emergency Management (Sponsored by NAPCO Security Technologies) -- Limited to 20 attendees.

Amy Rock, Senior Editor, Campus Safety Magazine

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Engaged

7/26/2020 1:05 PM - 1:35 PM

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Engaged

1:45 PM - 2:15 PM

Hot Topic #2: Keeping our School Communities Safe: Same Goals But Different Perspectives (Sponsored by Evolv Technology) -- Limited to 20 attendees.

Audience: K-12|Track: Be Engaged

7/26/2020 1:45 PM - 2:15 PM

K-12 | Be Engaged

Hot Topic #2: Keeping our School Communities Safe: Same Goals But Different Perspectives (Sponsored by Evolv Technology) -- Limited to 20 attendees.

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Hot Topic #3: Addressing the Vaping Crisis: Education, Prevention and Enforceable Policies (Sponsored by IPVideo Corporation) -- Limited to 20 attendees.

Lt. Joseph Pangaro, CPM, CSO, Director of Global Training and Security Consulting, IPVideo Corporation

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Engaged

2:45 PM - 3:15 PM

Networking Break (Sponsored by ASAP Security)

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Yourself|Room: Salon Foyer

7/26/2020 2:45 PM - 3:15 PM

Room: Salon Foyer

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Yourself

Networking Break (Sponsored by ASAP Security)

Take a break and mingle with attendees between sessions!

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

3:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Hot Topic #4: Roles of Campus Police During a Public Health Crisis -- Limited to 20 attendees.

Stephen Lopez, Chief, New Mexico State University (NMSU)

Audience: Higher Ed|Track: Be Engaged

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Hot Topic #5: Reunification Plans: What's in your Emergency Operations Procedure? -- Limited to 20 attendees.

Vicki Abbinante, PhD, K-12 School Safety Program Coordinator, Will County Emergency Management Agency

Audience: K-12|Track: Be Engaged

4:45 PM - 5:15 PM

Hot Topic #6: Coming Soon! (Sponsored by Knight Security) -- Limited to 20 attendees.

Track: Be Engaged

7/26/2020 4:45 PM - 5:15 PM

Be Engaged

Hot Topic #6: Coming Soon! (Sponsored by Knight Security) -- Limited to 20 attendees.

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Sponsor Showcase

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Informed|Room: Salon ABF

7/26/2020 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Room: Salon ABF

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Informed

Sponsor Showcase

Check out these companies showcasing their innovative product solutions to help your campus Be Vigilant!

Welcome Reception

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Yourself|Room: Salon ABF

7/26/2020 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Room: Salon ABF

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Yourself

Welcome Reception

Check in, pick up your badge, and help us kick off the conference by joining us for some light snacks and drinks.

Monday, July 27 | 07:00 AM - 07:15 PM

Breakout Session, General Session, Keynote, Panel, Reception

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Coffee

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Yourself|Room: Salon Foyer

7/27/2020 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Room: Salon Foyer

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Yourself

Coffee

Enjoy some coffee and meet attendees before the conference starts!

7:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Registration

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Ready|Room: Registration Desk 1

7/27/2020 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Room: Registration Desk 1

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Ready

Registration

Check in and get your name badge!

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Welcome Ceremonies and Awards

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Inspired|Room: Salon CDE

7/27/2020 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Room: Salon CDE

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Inspired

Welcome Ceremonies and Awards

Help us kick off the conference with the Honor Guard Ceremony, National Anthem, and Recognize the Campus Safety Magazine Award Winners!

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Keynote: Coming Soon!

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Inspired|Room: Salon CDE

7/27/2020 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Room: Salon CDE

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Inspired

Keynote: Coming Soon!

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Sponsor Showcase

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Informed|Room: Salonn ABF

7/27/2020 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Room: Salonn ABF

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Informed

Sponsor Showcase

Check out these companies showcasing their innovative product solutions to help you make your school/campus Be Vigilant!

10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

Connecting Women in Leadership: Addressing Challenges and Triumphs

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Connected

7/27/2020 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Connected

Connecting Women in Leadership: Addressing Challenges and Triumphs

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Lunch

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Yourself|Room: Salon A-F

7/27/2020 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Room: Salon A-F

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Yourself

Lunch

Take advantage of this time to enjoy a delicious meal, network with peers, and with companies who are showcasing their innovative product solutions to help you make your school/campus Be Vigilant!

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM

Coming Soon!

Track: Be Aware

7/27/2020 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM

Be Aware

Coming Soon!

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Coming Soon!

Audience: K-12|Track: Be Empowered

7/27/2020 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

K-12 | Be Empowered

Coming Soon!

Transitioning from Security Staff to Campus Police Department: The Important Differences and Liabilities to Consider

John Weinstein, Commander, Strategic Planning and Outreach, Northern Virginia Community College Police Department (NOVA)

Daniel Dusseau, Director Public Safety/Chief of Police, Northern Virginia Community College Police Department (NOVA)

Audience: Higher Ed|Track: Be Innovative

7/27/2020 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Higher Ed | Be Innovative

Transitioning from Security Staff to Campus Police Department: The Important Differences and Liabilities to Consider

Transitioning from school (school district or college) security staff positions to police would seemingly fix many safety and security concerns. Having highly skilled police officers as on-site employees may deter incidents and allow for a more confident response. It may allow for closer collaboration with local law enforcement officials and access to controlled information that can help keep school districts or campuses safe.

However, the transition also opens doors to potential serious issues and liabilities. The transition from security to police officers or to start a police department usually revolves around important topics such as uniforms, vehicles, weapons and communications equipment. These are all critical, but there are other key areas that must be understood because of their significant implications.

For instance, administrative pitfalls include different requirements and implications for enforcing school policy vs. law, access control to school offices and networks that access criminal history, laws governing police officer discipline, IRS rules on take-home vehicles, Fair Labor Standards Act laws, hiring and background considerations, implications for confidentiality, MOUs, optimum location of the police within the overall school administrative hierarchy, and more. These and other administrative, legal and operations considerations must be resolved before any transition is contemplated.

This presentation will discuss NOVA's transition from a security department to a police organization, lessons learned along the way, and leading practices.

Attendees Will:

  1. Learn key differences between a campus security department and a police department.
  2. Understand priorities and leading practices for a new school police chief.
  3. Address potential areas of liability.

From Childhood Victim to Adult First Responder: A Unique Perspective on Active Shooters

Rob Young, Sergeant, Stockton Unified School District Police Department (SUSD)

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Motivated

1:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Interrupting the Pathway to Violence: Building Comprehensive Strategies to Intervene Early and Prevent Tragedies

Susan Payne, School Safety and Prevention Expert, Research Associate, Special Advisor, University of Colorado, Safe and Sound Schools

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Prepared

1:00 PM - 7:15 PM

Express Pass

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed

7/27/2020 1:00 PM - 7:15 PM

K-12 and Higher Ed

Express Pass

The Express Pass is a one-day pass that allows access into the Sponsor Showcase, any of the three sessions that say "Sponsored By", General Session, and the Networking Reception.

2:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Networking Break (Sponsored by ASAP Security)

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Yourself|Room: Salon ABF

7/27/2020 2:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Room: Salon ABF

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Yourself

Networking Break (Sponsored by ASAP Security)

Take a break and check out the companies showcasing their innovative product solutions to help you make your school/campus Be Vigilant!

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

2:00 PM - 2:45 PM

Perry Township Schools Case Study: An Educator's Perspective on Integrated Solutions to Help Prevent Incidents (Sponsored by Motorola Solutions Inc.)

Chris Sampson, Associate Superintendent, Perry Township Schools

Audience: K-12|Track: Be Aware

2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

Evaluating School Climate and Culture: Ensuring Safe & Caring School Communities

Nick Chernoff, Lead Trainer, Safer Schools Together (SST)

Audience: K-12|Track: Be Empowered

Coming Soon!

Track: Be Innovative

7/27/2020 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

Be Innovative

Coming Soon!

Changing the Conversation Around Sexual Assault: A Victim-Centered Approach

Lakesha Varnell, Title IX Investigator, Jackson State University

Audience: Higher Ed|Track: Be Motivated

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

What Research Tells Us About Multi-Option Response to Active Assailants

Vicki Abbinante, PhD, K-12 School Safety Program Coordinator, Will County Emergency Management Agency

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Prepared

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Situational Awareness: Scenario Training and Development Exercises to Increase Vigilance and Knowledge

Paul Timm, PSP, Vice President, Facility Engineering Associates, P.C.

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Aware

3:15 PM - 3:30 PM

Networking Break (Sponsored by ASAP Security)

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Yourself|Room: Salon ABF

7/27/2020 3:15 PM - 3:30 PM

Room: Salon ABF

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Yourself

Networking Break (Sponsored by ASAP Security)

Take a break and check out the companies showcasing their innovative product solutions to help you make your school/campus Be Vigilant!

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Dealing with Difficult People: How to Avoid and Defuse Toxic Situations

John Weinstein, Commander, Strategic Planning and Outreach, Northern Virginia Community College Police Department (NOVA)

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Empowered

Active Threat: Training Considerations for Colleges and Universities

Stephen Lopez, Chief, New Mexico State University (NMSU)

Audience: Higher Ed|Track: Be Innovative

Fatal Friday Night Lights: A Case Study of Response and Recovery

Matthew Jones, Superintendent of Schools, Jeannette City School District

Shelley Muto, Director of Pupil Services, Jeannette City School District

Audience: K-12|Track: Be Motivated

7/27/2020 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

K-12 | Be Motivated

Fatal Friday Night Lights: A Case Study of Response and Recovery

On Friday, September 6, 2019, in the waning moments of the extremely popular Friday night Jeannette High School Jayhawk football game, a fatal shooting took place at the stadium. Both the suspect and victim were well-known parents and citizens in the city, and the incident sent shockwaves throughout the small urban community.

The Jeannette City School District’s response to the incident established an immediate tone for recovery, and although the district had never trained for an event involving the population and location, the transferable skills from other trainings and protocols allowed district personnel to deal with an open air, after school, large scale security incident involving the student body, visiting students and game patrons.

This session will provide an overview of the violent incident, administration and emergency services immediate response, the school district timeline of actions during the initial 72 hours, and the plan for after care and support services in the following days and weeks.

Presenters will share lessons learned, including revisions to the emergency operations plan, training protocols, support services for students, staff and families, and the unique circumstances of being tasked with response while in the presence of family.

Attendees Will:

  1. Hear the unique response required and lessons learned from an incident in an open air stadium that engages home and visiting students and community and visiting patrons.
  2. Learn training protocols that engage ancillary staff and employees: who to include and why it is essential.
  3. Review considerations for the human impact, as it relates to staff, their families, community members, and participating school districts.

3:45 PM - 4:30 PM

Balancing Safety and Security in Learning Environments: How One Campus Unified Their Systems (Sponsored by Genetec)

Mark Stout, Chief of Police, Putnam City Schools Campus Police Department

Audience: K-12|Track: Be Prepared

7/27/2020 3:45 PM - 4:30 PM

K-12 | Be Prepared

4:30 PM - 4:45 PM

Networking Break (Sponsored by ASAP Security)

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Yourself|Room: Salon Foyer

7/27/2020 4:30 PM - 4:45 PM

Room: Salon Foyer

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Yourself

Networking Break (Sponsored by ASAP Security)

Take a break and mingle with attendees between sessions!

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

4:45 PM - 5:45 PM

General Session: Access Control, Locks and Lockdown Solutions: Is Your Campus Behind the Times? (Sponsored by Transact Campus Inc.)

Scott Dennison, Senior Director, Project Management, Transact Campus Inc.

Audience: Higher Ed|Track: Be Safer

7/27/2020 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM

Higher Ed | Be Safer

General Session: Technology Trends in K-12 Safety and Security: Is Your District Behind the Times?

Audience: K-12|Track: Be Safer

7/27/2020 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM

K-12 | Be Safer

General Session: Technology Trends in K-12 Safety and Security: Is Your District Behind the Times?

School and district security professionals and administrators are faced with ever-increasing security pressures and expectations. With today’s constant technology advancements, schools are implementing a variety of solutions based on budgets, grants, facilities, timelines, priorities and research.

This knowledgeable panel will discuss solutions for emergency notifications, communications, access control and surveillance, assessments, detection and more. These deployments require new investments, public support and partnerships with solution providers within the industry in order create a system and plan that works best for each school, district and community.

By attending this session, you will obtain invaluable insights, learn about challenges and requirements, and receive information on leading practices from a panel of security professionals and industry leaders.

Attendees Will:

  1. Learn about growing trends in campus security and how technology is empowering teachers and staff while causing students to feel better protected and secure in their learning environment.
  2. Find ways to approach some of the hurdles and obstacles you will need to overcome in order to improve campus safety.
  3. Understand that school safety and security is not one-size fits all and that you have to create a plan that meets the needs of your district, school, students, staff, parents and community.

5:45 PM - 7:15 PM

Networking Reception (Sponsored by COMBS Consulting Group and Dell Technologies)

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Yourself

7/27/2020 5:45 PM - 7:15 PM

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Yourself

Networking Reception (Sponsored by COMBS Consulting Group and Dell Technologies)

End the day by meeting up with your peers in a relaxed setting for snacks, drinks, giveways and more! This reception is open to all attendees, speakers, and sponsors.

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

Tuesday, July 28 | 07:00 AM - 12:31 PM

Keynote, Workshop

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Coffee

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Yourself

7/28/2020 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Yourself

Coffee

Enjoy some coffee and meet attendees before the conference starts!

7:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Registration

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Ready

7/28/2020 7:00 AM - 12:30 PM

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Ready

Registration

Visit us for any conference questions and to turn in your evaluations so you can receive your certificate!

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Keynote: Columbine and Beyond: Helping Students Recognize Their Own Value and the Value of Others

Craig Scott, Co-Founder, VALUE-UP

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Inspired|Room: Salon CDE

7/28/2020 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Room: Salon CDE

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Inspired

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Networking Break (Sponsored by ASAP Security)

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Yourself|Room: Salon Foyer

7/28/2020 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Room: Salon Foyer

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Yourself

Networking Break (Sponsored by ASAP Security)

Take a break and mingle with attendees between sessions!

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Workshop A: Awaken the Learner andBuilding Emotional Resilience

Craig Scott, Co-Founder, VALUE-UP

Audience: K-12|Track: Be Immersed

Workshop B: After School Hours: Event Security and Emergency Preparedness

Chris Dorn, Senior Analyst, Safe Havens International

Audience: K-12|Track: Be Immersed

Workshop C: Checking Your Work: Fixing Common Mistakes in the Annual Security Report

Abigail Boyer, Associate Executive Director, Clery Center

Audience: Higher Ed|Track: Be Immersed

Workshop D: Campus Events, Controversial Speakers, and Protests: Creating Policies for Maintaining Safety, Security, and University Support on Campus

Steven Vrooman, Professor of Communication, Texas Lutheran University

Mario Leon, Lieutenant, University of Arizona Police Department

Margot Bennett, Chief of Police, UCPD Berkeley

Audience: Higher Ed|Track: Be Immersed

7/28/2020 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Higher Ed | Be Immersed

Workshop D: Campus Events, Controversial Speakers, and Protests: Creating Policies for Maintaining Safety, Security, and University Support on Campus

Part 1 – Large Scale Event Safety in Confined Spaces

Following the tragedy of the Las Vegas-Mandalay Bay mass shootings, security leaders are rethinking the playbook for properly safeguarding today’s confined spaces. The speaker will discuss how security leaders can make a monumental impact in the vertical by sharing leading practices and lessons learned with their industry peers.

Confined space protection refers to densely populated areas where people congregate to watch a particular performance. Proactive risk mitigation event staff training is a key component in confronting these types of challenges. The integration of technology, physical security screening measures, biometrics, licence plate readers, effective communications between first responders and event staff, crowd control, crowd dynamics, understanding patron demographics, along with responsible social media monitoring can play a monumental role in helping to prevent/reduce the loss of life concerning the proper safeguarding of future events.

The importance of brand protection, business continuity and resiliency cannot be underscored in these endeavors. Safeguarding these confined spaces is not a fear-based model but one based upon employee empowerment. Proactive training, education and career development resources for those protecting the space will be the difference maker in keeping fans safe and secure.

Part 2 – Managing Controversial Speakers on Campus

The speaker will lay out some key areas of law, overview current developments with speakers and campuses across the country, and set forth some critical areas for decisions higher ed institutions should be making to be proactive on these issues. The speaker and the attendees will then engage in a robust discussion where private and public institutions will dialogue and be separated into smaller working groups of similar institutions to develop ideas in response to some test cases.

This session will highlight the current state of the controversial speaker landscape and what to look ahead to during the election season.

Part 3 – Developing Partnerships with All Community Stakeholders for Large Events

The speaker will discuss how successful large-scale events on a university campus involves many partnerships with both internal university departments and support from local/state/federal law enforcement agencies. It is important to address security issues both within the venue and the surrounding areas of campus. Although law enforcement takes point in many circumstances, ongoing planning with university officials is key to promoting a safe and secure environment.

Knowing what resources are available and who to contact helps with planned events, but those contacts are more important when unplanned events take place. University officials guide policy decisions, freedom of speech, grounds maintenance and risk management concerns. Law enforcement plans for event staffing, communications interoperability and creation of a good incident command operations plan.

This session will show the importance of combining law enforcement operations with university resources in planning large events.

Part 4 – Closing

Panel Discussion and Q&A with Audience

Note: This is an advanced level session.

Attendees Will:

  1. Understand the importance of integration of technologies/physical security and its impact.
  2. Learn about the numerous challenges facing today's event security leaders and receive insight on what to plan for during this election year.
  3. Recognize the value in combining law enforcement operations with university resources in planning large events.

10:45 AM - 11:15 AM

Networking Break (Sponsored by ASAP Security)

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Yourself|Room: Salon Foyer

7/28/2020 10:45 AM - 11:15 AM

Room: Salon Foyer

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Yourself

Networking Break (Sponsored by ASAP Security)

Take a break and mingle with attendees between sessions!

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

12:30 PM - 12:31 PM

Conference Concludes

Audience: K-12 and Higher Ed|Track: Be Safe

7/28/2020 12:30 PM - 12:31 PM

K-12 and Higher Ed | Be Safe

Conference Concludes

Thanks for attending - Be Vigilant!

CSC's sessions and networking opportunities provided great take-aways for me to implement.

Register now for the opportunity to learn and network with those responsible for making their schools and colleges safer.




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