Affiliate entities are an important part of the campus public safety community. They include groups such as federal agencies, associations serving institutions of higher education, and professional and nonprofit organizations. We have compiled a list of these affiliates, listed alphabetically, for your easy reference. This is a "living list" that will continue to grow and expand over time. We encourage you to regularly visit this list for updates.
California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA)
CALCASA provides leadership and resources to rape crisis centers, individuals, and other entities committed to ending sexual violence and is committed to providing high-quality educational materials. Their local, national, and international work with victims, students, colleges, and universities informs their advocacy on policy changes and capacity development for programs. CALCASA partners with other national leaders to work with colleges and universities across the country to develop best practices for responding to sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. CALCASA is charged with providing technical assistance and training to campuses developing effective coordinated community response in a concerted effort to prevent and respond to sexual violence on campus.
CampusClarity provides compliance training for higher education students, faculty and staff. CampusClarity offers a substance abuse and sexual violence prevention program, Think About It, for students; Title IX, Campus SaVE Act, FERPA, Clery Act, and AB 1825 training for faculty and staff; and courses on ethics, mandated reporting, and other higher education-specific topics. LawRoom introduced CampusClarity in 2013 and currently helps nearly 200 schools comply with the SaVE Act and Title IX through interactive, engaging online training.
Campus Fire Safety
Campus Fire Safety was founded by Randall Hormann, a retired fire training supervisor for the State of Ohio Fire Marshal’s Office and the Ohio Fire Academy, with a mission to reduce the loss of life and property from fire and accidents at campuses around the world by providing quality - cost effective fire & life-safety training, education and resources. Campus Fire Safety provides onsite inspections, consulting services, a free quarterly journal, an annual conference, and campus training programs.
Campus Firewatch began as a monthly e-newsletter, published by Ed Comeau, to provide a central focal point for campus and community fire officials on the complex issues of campus fire safety. Since then, Campus Firewatch has evolved into a social enterprise working to improve fire safety at schools and in the communities. Their goal is to provide resources that fire professionals can use in educating and informing students. The site provides campus fire safety videos, a blog and podcast series, educational resources, maps, tips and disability information.
Campus Safety (CS)
CS magazine and CampusSafetyMagazine.com serve campus police chiefs, security directors, IT personnel, emergency managers, and executive administrators involved in the public safety and security of major hospitals, schools, and universities in the U.S. CS is a product of Framingham, MA-based publishing company EH Publishing, Inc. The magazine is issued eight times per year and is distributed to more than 18,000 campus safety and security professionals nationwide. Online, CampusSafetyMagazine.com attracts an average of over 62,800 users each month, and is growing rapidly to serve the needs of the expanding campus safety market.
Campus Safety, Health, and Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA)
CSHEMA supports and educates campus-based Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) professionals to empower and to improve the EHS profession in campus environments. Originally founded in 1954 as the Campus Safety Association, CSHEMA has a long history of service to the college, university, and research communities. Environmental health and safety functions have become more and more integral to the overall success higher education institutions. From the highly technical—disposal of hazardous materials, proper handling of chemicals, general incineration of campus waste, and interpretation of federal regulations - to the most basic of human concerns - insuring a safe working environment for personnel and assuring safe fire exits from dormitories - colleges and universities increasingly rely on safety professionals.
Casa de Esperanza
Casa de Esperanza is a national resource center on domestic violence in the Latin community. Their work includes community building, as well as direct advocacy and resources for victims of domestic violence in Latin communities.
Center for Campus Fire Safety
The Center for Campus Fire Safety is a non-profit, membership based organization devoted to reducing the loss of life from fire on campuses. The Center serves as the focal point for the efforts of a number of organizations and also as a clearinghouse for information relating to campus fire and life safety.
Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP)
The CDP identifies, develops, tests, and delivers training to state, local, and tribal emergency response providers. The CDP’s interdisciplinary resident and nonresident training courses promote greater understanding among the following diverse responder disciplines: emergency management, emergency medical services, fire service, governmental administrative, hazardous materials, healthcare, law enforcement, public health, public safety communications, and public works. They provide on-site and mobile training at the performance, management, and planning levels. The CDP facilitates the delivery of training by the training partners of the Department of Homeland Security. The CDP is one of the seven members of the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium.
Center for Global Education
The Center for Global Education promotes international education to foster cross-cultural awareness, cooperation and understanding. Living and working effectively in a global society requires learning with an international perspective. The Center for Global Education promotes this type of learning by collaborating with colleges, universities and other organizations around the world to: create new and enhance existing study abroad programs; integrate an international and intercultural perspective into the US educational system; increase the ethnic diversity of participants in study abroad and provide special resources to support their participation; provide information to better prepare students and other travelers for their experience abroad; and encourage research in the field of international education.