Campus Security Coalition
The Campus Security Coalition is a networking group focused on spearheading discussion about security and safety at educational facilities. It is designed to bring together school leaders and aligned stakeholders, and propel discussion about how to better address threats, further strengthen security efforts and realize more proactive intelligence efforts.
The CSC aims to facilitate the exchange of ideas and propel discussion about the issues affecting schools today. The group is made up of educational end users, administrators, consultants, architects and technology providers. Members can use the valuable resources and information they receive as part of the group to contribute expertise and resources to schools in need of enhanced security plans.
Individual membership in CSC is available to leaders with experience in school security or safety initiatives, individual schools and school districts, educational administrators, consultants, campus police and security leaders. Aligned technology and service providers can participate through a wide variety of sponsorship opportunities, both year-round and event-based.
Campus Security Newsletter
As the official voice of the Campus Security Coalition, our newsletter includes news and trends on security and safety, features on leading practitioners, and strategies and techniques focused on helping position your school’s security program for success. This digital newsletter is e-mailed to members on a monthly basis
Faced with the growing threats of violence, vandalism and attacks, modern school systems are challenged with ensuring a safe, open environment while protecting infrastructure and assets. Continued budget restraints often limit the availability of new investment dollars for security expansions. The organization seeks to assist schools by partnering with leading technology vendors and installers to provide the tools and services necessary to strengthen situational awareness and security intelligence. One school will be selected to receive the hardware, software and additional equipment necessary to implement a security technology upgrade. The grant application process will open on May 1, 2017, and close on August 15, 2017. The Founding Committee and select members will spearhead the review process. Visit our Web site for further details.