Take a low-tech and high-impact approach to improving the safety of students, faculty, and staff.
When looking to improve campus safety, many institutions immediately turn to high-tech solutions that may not be affordable. However, your campus can meaningfully affect campus safety by more actively addressing a number of smaller, yet critical campus safety issues without necessarily spending a lot of money. Many campuses find this list of smaller updates to be overwhelming and this can result in staff not knowing where to start.
Learn how your institution can create the partnerships and processes needed to identify, communicate, and resolve fundamental campus safety issues on your campus. You will leave this training better able to impact four major areas of campus safety, including:
It is important to get both frontline staff who interact directly with students, as well as the “behind the scenes” staff together in to participate in this webcast. We encourage attendees from:
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to identify and remedy fundamental safety issues on your campus.
Amanda Mesirow serves as the Coordinator, Code of Conduct and as a Title IX Investigator at Moraine Valley Community College in Palos Hills, Illinois. She earned her MS in Counseling and Educational Psychology from Kansas State University, and worked in residence life for over 10 years. During that time, she has served on multiple behavior intervention teams, Title IX/sexual misconduct committees, and regional professional committees. Mesirow has presented and published numerous times; most often on topics of social justice and inclusiveness, campus threat assessment and safety, and crisis management. She has completed certifications and trainings for FEMA and violent incident defense/survival training for active shooters and campus crisis management. In her current role, Mesirow develops and provides training through her office on responding to students of concern, safety protocols for faculty, staff, and students, as well as collaborating with those same groups on creating a safe campus community. Mesirow worked on large public, small private and religiously affiliated campuses before assuming her position at Moraine Valley. She also is an active member of the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA).
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