Business Officer Articles
Concealed Weapons on Campus (February 2018)
A chief business officer leads the effort to implement a new weapons policy at Kansas State University.
OMG! Is That Real? (January 2017)
Social media alert systems can help institutions remain vigilant and minimize incidents and threats on campus, and to students, faculty, and staff.
When Activism Rises (September 2017)
How campuses respond to protests.
The Handbook for Campus Safety and Security Reporting (2016)
Published by the U.S. Department of Education to help colleges and universities comply with campus crime reporting requirements under the Clery Act.
Campus Security / U.S. Department of Education
International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators
IACLEA is a membership association focused on campus public safety providing educational resources, advocacy, and professional development services.
National Association of Clery Compliance Officers and Professionals
NACCOP is a professional association for campus officials responsible for compliance with the Clery Act. It provides professional development including a certification program, and opportunities for information sharing and collaboration.
When thinking about disaster preparedness and recovery, colleges and universities are no different than traditional businesses - they should not operate without a disaster plan. In developing your institution's plan, keep these three elements in mind: the human toll, physical resources, and business continuity. NACUBO's Emergency Preparedness resource page helps you develop or refine your plan, respond to and recover from an emergency, and reduce risk through mitigation.