School Safety Conferences of 2019

June 17-19th
Henderson, NV
Each year, Campus Safety produces three 2 1/2-day intense learning and training conferences to provide school and university administrators, public safety officials, technology directors, risk managers, emergency managers, security professionals, and law enforcement executives from all over the country with solutions to their campus safety, security, emergency management, and technology challenges.
June 18-19th
Richmond, VA
From maintaining buildings and grounds to active shooter training, this summit brings subject matter experts across disciplines to discuss best practices, offer training, introduce new devices and services to assist in creating safer school environments.
June 18-20th

Green Bay, WI

Join other law enforcement and school personnel to address school violence and youth victimization concerns through the use of crime prevention and response strategies. Examine the impacts of trauma on youth and effective strategies for working with students experiencing mental illness and learning disabilities.
June 18-20th
Mt. Pleasant, MI
SEPLA helps schools, law enforcement agencies, school administrators and communities learn to work together and gain expertise in the area of implementing and managing school safety programs. Instruction focuses on the latest innovations, techniques and procedures for establishing, conducting and administering the school liaison program. This year’s conference will be featuring sessions that are tailored to current trends seen in our schools and community.
June 19-21st
Normal, IL
ILSROA Membership is open to all school based Law Enforcement Officers, School Administrators, and School Security / Safety Professionals working as partners to protect students, school faculty and the schools they attend. ILSROA is a non-profit organization and is a proud charter member of NASRO – National Association of School Resource Officers.
June 19-21st
Minot, ND
Recommended for: education, law enforcement, counseling, juvenile justice, social work, behavioral health, emergency management, medical first responders/EMS, and school boards.
June 20th
NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA
The Independent School Safety & Security Summit (IS4) is for school safety and security decision makers, school administrators as well as security and law enforcement personnel. Conference topics include, Critical Security Threats Campuses Face, Active Shooters, Developing Safety & Security Standards, Crisis Prevention, Crisis Response, Auxiliary Program Risks, Collaborative Approach to School Safety, Engaging the Community in School Safety, Event Management, Global Travel, Building an Effective Campus Safety Team and Threat Assessment Model, Federal Response to School Safety.
June 23rd-28th
Pigeon Forge, TN
Raptor is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor at this year’s NASRO event. Experience THE world’s leader in school-based policing. With breakout sessions and keynote addresses from nationally renowned trainers and global networking opportunities, the National School Safety Conference will leave you wanting more.
June 23-27th
Corpus Christi, TX
This conference is being presented for the sole purpose of providing training to law enforcement, school administration officials, public safety personnel, school counselors, school resource officers, and emergency management personnel.
June 25-27th
Tifton, GA
The Texas School Safety Center is proud to host the 2nd Annual Texas School Safety Conference, which will provide a unique and exceptional platform for educators, administrators, school-based law enforcement, and school safety professionals to collaborate and work together towards creating and fostering a safe and secure learning environment.
June 25-29th
Vancouver, BC

The International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) is the leading authority for the campus public safety profession. There annual conference advances public safety for educational institutions by providing training, research, advocacy, accreditation, education, & professional services.

The IACLEA 2019 conference & exposition offers campus law enforcement professionals high quality educational programming for university police, a vendor showcase, and tools to positively impact their jobs.

June 27-28th
Farmington, UT
Public education is being scrutinized today. Safety for school children has the nation’s attention. Every aspect of educational safety and security is under review and school districts are contemplating best practices to employ to safeguard both students and staff. This School Safety and Security Workshop Event will take a deeper dive into the issues related to school safety and security as well as the short/ long term solutions that are being developed by numerous entities impacting the education sector. These solutions should include aspects of all or some of the following topics: School Facilities: including facilities assessment tools, site planning, CPTED principles utilized, and school design measures taken Policy and Procedures.
July 1st-3rd
Orlando, FL
We’re happy to be a Gold Sponsor at the 50th Annual NASSLEO event. The organization is devoted to a safe learning environment for the K-12 educational system. They provide best practices, networking capabilities and professional development for our national and international membership.
July 7-12th
Doral, FL
The Florida Association of School Resource Officers provides the most advanced and comprehensive training for school-based police and school administrators. FASRO is the oldest school policing organization in the United States and currently has over 800 members. FASRO seeks quality presenters nationwide to address current issues facing school safety, security, and crime prevention.
July 8-10th
Springfield, MO
Missouri Safe Schools and Colleges Conference will feature sessions on Lesson Learned from Parkland, Medical Marijuana, Behavioral Risk Assessment, Site Safety Assessments, MO Fusion Centers, Trauma-Informed, Effective Safety Drills, MO School Violence Hotline, Legal updates and many other relevant topics for K-12 and Higher Education school safety today! Special guests include Tom Wheeler, Special Advisor to White House Commission on School Safety and Susan Payne, Founder of Safe2Tell. The conference will also include special features such as networking opportunities, annual Missouri School Safety Association meeting, exhibit-hall featuring school safety products and services and presentation of the Heroes Among Us award.
July 9-12th
Las Vegas, NV
Tragedies such as the recent shootings in Parkland, FL and Lexington Park, MD – as well as notorious events such as Sandy Hook and Columbine – have brought increased attention to school safety. The 2019 NextGen School Safety Conference will focus on steps that schools can take to prevent tragedies such as Sandy Hook, while also addressing steps that can be taken to prevent “everyday” tragedies – such as a teacher suffering a serious back injury, a teenager suffering a serious concussion or a second grader stepping in front of a school bus.
July 15-17th
North Little Rock, AR
This year’s conference is an exceptional opportunity for participants to receive training on best practices in school safety, security, intervention/prevention, and emergency preparedness planning.
July 16-18th
Cripple Creek, CO
Join us for the 2019 Colorado Association of School Resource Officers School Safety Conference in beautiful Cripple Creek, Colorado. Conference Starts Tuesday, July 16th, 2019, and will end Thursday July 18th, 2019. Your conference registration also includes a 1-year CASRO membership.
July 17-19th
French Lick, IN
The INSROA conference has proven to be an incredible training and networking event for school safety professionals in Indiana. Year after year attendees give rave reviews and continue to return. Each year is better than the last, and the 7th annual conference will no doubt be the best one yet.
July 18-19th
Redmond, OR
The 2019 OSSOA Annual Conference will be held at Eagle Crest Resort. We have a great line up of presenters to address concerns at every district. We have placed the agenda on the website, so take a look.
July 21-23rd
Irving, TX
Each year, Campus Safety produces three 2 1/2-day intense learning and training conferences to provide school and university administrators, public safety officials, technology directors, risk managers, emergency managers, security professionals, and law enforcement executives from all over the country with solutions to their campus safety, security, emergency management, and technology challenges.
July 22-26th
Las Vegas, NV
The 2019 National School Safety Conference and Exposition is the largest and most comprehensive conference focused on all the aspects of school safety and security.  The conference is the only one in the world focused on school and student safety from Kindergarten through college.  Centered on national best practices and proven localized programs and efforts, this conference brings together the most knowledgeable keynote presenters. Attendees will also be able to take advantage of complimentary pre-conference trainings and over 40 breakout sessions by current professionals in the fields of education and school safety addressing the most pressing issues facing our schools today.
July 25-26th
Asheville, NC
Join us as we welcome Katherine Posada, an English teacher who has spent the last three years of her career at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Posada will deliver our opening keynote address, sharing her experience in the classroom before and after the shooting and what she’s learned since. Friday morning brings another special keynote from our own Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools. This day and a half full CEU credit workshop will also explore bullying, custody, social media, resilience, media and community messaging in a crisis, daily security, visitors, discipline, legislation, threat assessments, practical advice from districts conducting school reunification drills, and crisis prevention, intervention and response. Suitable for all levels of school administration and safety-focused staff, we look forward to seeing both district and school leadership in Asheville this summer.
July 29 – Aug 1st
Spokane, WA
On behalf of the Washington School Safety Organization, we are excited to announce our 2019 summer conference. This year, we are proud to hold our conference at The Centennial Hotel, July 29th – August 1st. Sunday, July 28th will be a pre-conference day with special training and guest speakers.
August 6-8th
Concord, NC
Each year, Campus Safety produces three 2 1/2-day intense learning and training conferences to provide school and university administrators, public safety officials, technology directors, risk managers, emergency managers, security professionals, and law enforcement executives from all over the country with solutions to their campus safety, security, emergency management, and technology challenges.
August 11-14th
Baltimore, MD
APCO 2019 is a premier event for public safety communications officials, with attendees from emergency communications centers, law enforcement, fire service, emergency medical services, and government agencies, along with service providers and commercial vendors. The conference offers four days of educational sessions, committee meetings and special events, paired with two full days of exhibits.
September 8-12th
Chicago, IL
ASIS International is the world’s largest association for security management professionals and is the globally recognized leader for education, networking, and information resources. Formerly the ASIS International Annual Seminar and Exhibits, Global Security Exchange (GSX) is the most relevant and pioneering security event that unites the full spectrum of the industry. Cyber, operational, and physical security professionals from across the private and public sectors, allied organizations and partners, and the industry’s leading solution providers come to GSX for the most comprehensive security education and innovative technology in the world. As the trusted community for the profession, only ASIS International has the expertise, influence, and resources to deliver the industry’s flagship event.
September 24-25th
Dallas, TX
The Summit benefits senior-level professionals responsible for the design, construction, management and operations of all mission critical facilities. If you are responsible for controlling energy costs, delivering constant uptime and maintaining strict safety and security measures, the Critical Facilities Summit is perfect for you.
September 30-Oct 2nd
San Diego, CA
The International School Safety Institute was established in 2013 as a knowledge and resource incubator designed to fill an identified void in school safety, school emergency management, and safe school culture and climate programs.The Institute has a commitment to sharing new thoughts and ideas that advance the safety of students and faculty by providing access to information and resources that help you alleviate your fears about whether enough is being done within your district and school and what you can do to find the answers you need to be more involved in what’s happening in your school.
November 20-21st
New York, NY
The International Security Conference & Exposition – also known as ISC East – is the Northeast’s largest security trade show. 7,000 security and public safety professionals convene in New York each year to meet experts from over 250 leading security brands. The combination of one-on-one conversations with the industry’s top innovators, special events, and cutting-edge education makes ISC East the security industry’s most comprehensive East Coast event. Encompassing everything from Video Surveillance and Access Control to Smart Home Technologies, IoT and Unmanned Security, you’re sure to find products and services that will benefit your company and clients.
November 20-22nd
Online
The National Student Safety & Security Conference will feature real-world simulations of community response to school shootings and related tragedies.In addition, special workshops will examine latest community resources to fight teenage suicide, alcohol and drug abuse, and aggressive driving among high school and college students.
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