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OD: Fall Check-up on Campus Safety for Small Institutions

Recorded October 2, 2008


Campus safety is a priority for all institutions, but business officers at small colleges must weigh the risks to students and staff against the amount of security their budgets allow. Learn how to prioritize your campus safety plan as you discover which policies and practices are essential, and which are not as vital but desirable.

What You Will Learn:

  • Examine key items to address to be in legal compliance in the broad area of campus safety
  • Manage your institution’s litigation risk by developing and applying uniform and sensible campus policies
  • Include specific student mental health issues among your campus policies
  • Best and promising practices in all-hazards emergency response and recovery planning
  • Highlights from IACLEA's Blueprint for Safer Campuses that have particular relevancy for small institutions
  • Insights and experiences in evaluating security versus police on your campus

Who Should Participate?

  • Business officers with responsibility for campus safety and security
  • Risk managers
  • General counsel
  • Campus safety personnel

Meet the Presenters:

  • Ellen M. Babbitt, partner, Babbitt, Land, Silverstein, & Warner LLP
  • Henry DeVries, vice president, administration, finance & information services, Calvin College
  • Gary J. Margolis, chief of police and director of police services, University of Vermont
  • Steven J. Healy, director of public safety, Princeton University

Course Information:

  • Course Level: Basic
  • Length: 100 minutes
  • Prerequisites: none


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