Chief Randy Burba – provides over 32 years of experience in higher education public safety. This includes highly successful leadership in the areas of law enforcement, fire & life safety, emergency management, and threat assessment. His service illustrates a broad spectrum that includes serving one of California’s largest private universities, The University of Southern California, for 19 years before transitioning to one of the West’s top ranked institutions, Chapman University in 2005, where he was named Chief of Public Safety.Randy recently served as the President of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) and is a past president for the California College and University police Chiefs Association (CCUPCA). He also serves as the Chair for The Board of Directors for Crime Survivors Inc., an organization dedicated to providing support to those who have been victimized by violent crime.As a graduate of the West Point Leadership Command Program, the University of Southern California’s Delinquency Control Institute, and Gavin De Becker’s Threat Assessment Academy, Randy has successfully implemented several advanced threat assessment protocols and contemporary best practices. Randy’s additional professional memberships include; The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), The National Association of Campus Safety Administrators (NACSA), the Association of Industrial Security (ASIS), and The Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP). Chief Burba also provides consulting services to public and private universities in the areas of police & campus safety reviews and assessments; mass emergency notification systems; emergency preparedness and planning program development and their associated response procedures; active assailant training strategies and multi-jurisdictional strategic planning protocols for active threat responses; and federal & state compliance methods.