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Developing a Culture of Campus Safety

In a culture of safety, people are not merely encouraged to work toward change; they take action when it is needed. There is no room in a culture of safety for those who uselessly point fingers or say, "Safety is not my responsibility, so I’ll file a report and wash my hands of it." A school can improve upon safety only when leaders are visibly committed to change and when they enable staff to openly share safety information. ...more »

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Crisis Spokesperson Training

Crisis and other situations that generate media interest require an effective (and usually a rapid) response. Failure to communicate or to respond in a timely manner can damage campus credibility and reputation. This workshop helps you develop and sharpen your media communication skills so you can minimize negative or inaccurate news coverage and help ensure that your key messages are delivered, heard and understood. ...more »

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Planning for Campus Safety is a Community Affair

This presentation will address the following: why it is necessary to form a safe campus planning team?, who should be on the team and what the team will do to plan and promote campus safety. By the conclusion of the presentation, participants will be able to: • Examine their role in campus safety. • Identify stakeholders in safe campus planning and their jurisdiction. • Identify potential members of a safe campus planning ...more »

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