About Safe Campus

The premier national conference on university safety

Safe Campus focuses on execution, by providing concrete examples and case studies of innovative campus safety initiatives. Nearly all of our case studies feature never-seen-before programs and are designed to provide actionable insight that you can immediately apply to improve safety. All presentations show great creativity, and not only explain what took place, but how you can utilize it at your school.


What universities attend?

MIT, Boston University, Caltech, DePaul, Wesleyan, Tulane, University of California, Iowa State, Miami University, Virgina State and Georgia State are just some of the universities that have attended Safe Campus. The FBI, Homeland Security, and state emergency management agencies along with non-profit organizations also attend.



Costs and location

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Dates: February 22-24, 2017
Hotel: Treasure Island Resort
Meals: Gourmet all-you-can-eat hot buffet breakfast, lunch and afternoon refreshment breaks are included on Day 1 and Day 2. Gourmet all-you-can-eat hot buffet breakfast, is included on Day 3

Registration Cost

3-Day Registration $1,399
3-Day Group Registration (groups of 3 or more) $1,299
Single-Day Registration $699





Treasure Island Resort on the Las Vegas Strip

Las Vegas Strip Map



Session topics

University police, emergency and risk management track

  • Using social media to prevent campus crime
  • Unmanned Arial Vehicles – Right for your campus?
  • Active-shooter early-warning indicators
  • Campus-wide emergency planning

Communication track

  • Social-media management during a crisis
  • Cross-departmental coordination during emergencies – planning ahead
  • Mass emergency-notification systems and best practices
  • Effective crisis communications management

Student safety track

  • New sexual-assault prevention programs
  • Effective drug and alcohol abuse initiatives
  • Using technology to reduce on and off-campus sexual assaults
  • Title IX and Clery updates and case studies


Who Should Register?

College and university administrators in these departments:

  • University police
  • Emergency management
  • Risk management
  • Communication / public relations
  • Student wellness and student life
  • Student housing / residence
  • Emergency-communication IT administrators

Federal and state officials including:

  • Homeland Security, FBI, Department of Education and Department of Justice officials
  • State and federal emergency-management administrators
  • State and federal student safety administrators
  • Law enforcement association administrators and members

Non-profit administrators for organizations related to:

  • Rape and sexual assault prevention
  • College drug and alcohol abuse
  • Campus crime
  • Emergency planning and management


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Hotel and travel costs

Information for first-time attendees

Learn more on the FAQ page