POST Executive Training Seminar 2018

This is a FREE event! Let us know you are coming by filling out this form.

  • Tues, 10/30:  Room block begins
  • Weds, 10/31: 0800-1700: Instruction (Registration starts @ 0730)
  • Thurs, 11/1:   0800-1700 Instruction
  • Friday, 11/2:  0800-1200 Instruction & Closing

The CCUPCA room-block at the Cliffs Resort is now full. An additional room-block for overflow will be at the Spyglass Inn, a seven-minute walk from Cliffs.

Guests must book over the phone in order to receive the group discount. The Reservations Line for The Spyglass Inn is 805-773-4855.  Let them know you are with CCUPCA to receive the state rate of $90/night.

Chief John Ojeisekhoba presented with National Clery Compliance Award

john-ojeisekhobaChief John Ojeisekhoba of Biola University has done it again. This summer he was awarded the 2017 National Clery Compliance Award in recognition of his role in significantly improving Clery Act compliance programs. This award follows on the heels of his 2015 Campus Safety Director of the Year Award…

Read more about Chief Ojeisekhoba’s accomplishments here.

12th Annual Nat.’l School Safety Conference & Expo

The 12th Annual National School Safety Conference & Exposition is rapidly approaching, but there is still time to register.  To attend the July 24-28 event, this year at the Hard Rock Casino & Resort in Las Vegas, click HERE to start the registration process.  The School Safety Advocacy Council and National Association of Campus Safety Administrators have come together this year to offer higher education and K-12 security, policing and public safety subject presentations by some of the nation’s leading voices in the industry.

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

The 2017 National School Safety Conference and Exposition featuring the National Association of Campus Safety Administrators College & University Campus Safety Conference is the largest and most comprehensive conference focused on all the aspects of school safety and security.  The conference is the only one in the world focused on school and student safety from Kindergarten through college.  Centered on national best practices and proven localized programs and efforts, this conference brings together the most knowledgeable and internationally renowned keynote presenters into one forum to provide the highest quality professional development possible in one conference. In addition to our exceptional keynote presenters, you will be able to take advantage of complimentary pre-conference trainings and over 40 breakout sessions by current professionals in the fields of education and school safety addressing the most pressing issues facing our schools today.

The School Safety Advocacy Council is pleased to announce its continued partnership with the National Association of Campus Safety Administrators to provide a specialized college and university campus safety training for the 12th Annual National School Safety Conference & Exposition. This groundbreaking partnership will make the National School Safety Conference & Exposition the only national conference to address safety and security from K-12 to the college and university level.

The National Association of Campus Safety Administrators, College & University Campus Safety Conference will offer attendees the unparalleled opportunity to not only attend their specialized training but all other conference general sessions, breakout sessions, networking receptions, pre-conference trainings, and exhibit hall. This unique opportunity will allow professionals, dealing with school safety from education, law enforcement, and security on all levels, to learn in a cooperative positive environment from the world’s best instructors.

New Training Center offers select courses to private colleges & universities

The Claremont University Consortium has announced the creation of a training arm of its organization, designed to bridge a current gap in available training and development for private college and university public safety agencies.  The Regional Campus Safety Training Center (“RCSTC”) offers a limited but high-quality content driven series of courses that include Basic Dispatcher Course, Field Training Officer Course, the Leadership Learning Bureau, and Relationship Violence training.

While these BSIS-certified courses are currently designed and made available at no cost to private colleges and universities not currently eligible for POST-certified programming and training, the RCSTC does plan to continue to make additional courses available into the future as law enforcement agency-status is established by private higher education departments when Assembly Bill 2361 (Penal Code Section 830.75) takes effect January 1, 2017.

Interested agencies serving private college and university campuses are encouraged to visit http://www.RCSTC.org.

 

CCUPCA Member Agency Receives International Recognition

On September 19th, longtime CCUPCA member-agency the Campus Safety Department of the Claremont University Consortium, was honored by the World Safety Organization by being named a recipient of the WSO’s “Educational Award” as a “Concerned Company/Corporation” at its 41st Annual Conference in Houston, Texas.

In receiving this international body’s highest award for any institution, the Claremont Campus Safety Department was honored for its comprehensive campus-oriented public safety programming, which features team leaders at each of the seven colleges and universities it provides crime prevention and emergency services, as well as its new technologies in security, anti-theft and remote emergency management.

The WSO also took pause to highlight the Department’s commitment to employee development, and cited key programs that include Dignitary Protection Support Unit teams, Threat Assessment Services, and its growing portfolio as a new regional training provider for private college and university security professionals under its new Regional Campus Safety Training Center banner.

The California College & University Police Chiefs Association congratulates the men and women of the Claremont University Consortium Campus Safety Department, and its Director, Stan Skipworth, for this achievement.