NCCPS: Where We Are and Moving Forward Together
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, November 15, 2016
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This November we are excited to have our director, Kim Richmond, provide an update on a variety of the National Center for Campus Public Safety (NCCPS) activities as part of our Campus Public Safety Online webinar series. We will also discuss future activities and would like to solicit feedback from attendees on what topics of concern should be addressed in the future. We look forward to hearing your ideas!
Prior to joining the NCCPS as the inaugural director, Kim spent over 30 years at the University of Central Missouri, most recently as Chief and Director of Public Safety. In addition to Kim’s deep experience with leadership initiatives, collaborative efforts, and professional organization involvement, she was a generalist instructor with the University of Central Missouri National Police Institute for nearly 20 years and adjunct faculty at the University of Central Missouri Department of Criminal Justice. Kim received her BS in criminal justice administration and her MS in security from the University of Central Missouri. She is also a graduate of the FBI National Academy Session 235.
Since our launch in 2014, the NCCPS has provided resources and technical assistance to campus public safety professionals, emergency management officials, and senior leadership by creating professional development opportunities, examining emerging campus safety issues, and adding to our comprehensive online library of resources relevant to these communities.
This webinar will provide an update on NCCPS activities, including highlights from recent emerging issues forums, such as institutionalizing the Clery Act, global safety, marijuana legalization, and campus carry, as well as the outcomes of a nationwide higher education emergency management needs assessment. We will also discuss future activities and initiatives we are working on for the upcoming year, and would like to solicit feedback from attendees on what topics of concern should be addressed in the future.