SESSION TRACKS
JULY 21 - 23 | DALLAS, TX 

At CSC19, there will be five tracks of educational sessions plus hot topic roundtable discussions.
Click on the tracks below to view the session topics.
The complete agenda with times, descriptions, and speakers will be posted soon!

  • Improving Transportation Safety: An MTSS/PBIS approach
  • Train the Trainer: Conducting Realistic and Comprehensive Tabletop Exercises with Your Staff 
  • When Violence Happens on a School Bus: Prevention and Response Training for Transportation Staff
  • Addressing the Rising Suicide Rates: Prevention Strategies and Crisis Resources
  • MS-13 The Most Dangerous International Gang: Managing Gangs in Schools, Colleges and Our Communities
  • Left of Bang: Identify Strategies and Policies to Improve Your Prevention Plans
  • Hindsight is 20/20: What To Do Before Disaster Strikes
  • The Chardon School Shooting Tragedy: The Road to Recovery
  • Rules vs Laws: The Consequences of Injecting University Officers into Inconsequential Incidents
  • Be Better Prepared: Creating a Collaborative and Comprehensive Emergency Management Training Program
  • Critical Incident Management: A Systematic Guide to Planning Safe and Secure Events
  • Electronic Access Control as Part of a Comprehensive Campus Violence/Active Shooter Program: Saddleback College Case Study
  • LTE to LMR: Tips for Integrating Push-to-Talk Cellular into Your Campus Radio System
  • How the University of Texas at Austin Maximized the Effectiveness of Its Emergency Notification System
  • Resilient School Communities: Training Teachers, Students and Parents to Survive Crisis Events
  • The Next Generation of School Safety: Balancing Security with Learning Environments  
  • De-Escalating Toxic Situations -- "Words Matter!"
  • Drug Prevention Initiatives: Tools to Combat Opioid Misuse
  • Impacts Mobility Has on Your Facilities and Emergency Management Teams

The Conference was very informative and had practical roundtable sessions. I recommend this conference to any Head of Security. Its a great way to network with fellow professionals.

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




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