Hear from the executive director of International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administration (IACLEA), also former chief of police at University of Wisconsin Madison, and a campus police chief discuss how the business office can assist in preparing and creating plans that can ease the trauma, and cost of these incidents.
What You Will Learn
After participating in this program, you will learn to:
- Examine how proactive planning can improve safety and costs of disruptive occurrences.
- Better understand how to minimize damage and disruption of campus activities.
- Review who should be involved prior to, during, and after a protest to optimize safety.
- Evaluate potential financial implications of a protest in labor and equipment.
Meet the Presenters
- David Mitchell, director of public safety, chief of police, University of Maryland
- Sue Riseling, executive director, International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA), and former chief of police, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Sally Grans Korsh, director, facilities management and environmental policy, NACUBO
Who Should Attend
- Chief business officers
- Vice presidents of finance
- Business office staff
- Budget directors
- Facilities managers
- Planning managers
- Risk managers
- Health, safety and environmental personnel
- Security personnel
- Course Level: Intermediate
- Course Type: Group internet based training
- CPE Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
- Length: 60 minutes
- Prerequisites: none
- CPE Credits: 1 (each person must register individually to earn CPEs)
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