How Your Campus Community Can Help You Prevent Serious Safety and Security Incidents

Places of education are presumed to be safe havens for students, faculty, and staff, a place to learn and to be a part of new experiences.

However, in today’s reality, campuses and schools have become targeted areas for active assailants – making organizational security complex and critical for Higher Ed and K-12 administrators.

Through our new partnership with LiveSafe , we can now provide administrators with additional solutions and resources that can help them with their safety initiatives and security risk management on campus.

LiveSafe’s free Sources and Methods: The LiveSafe Guide to Early Warning Threat Detection and Reporting for School Safety and Security Programs White Paper brings the knowledge and insight of experts to education leaders and explains the importance of community-sourced risk reporting in your overall threat assessment process.

Safety and security risks are everywhere, however, the security personnel tasked with protecting you and your students can’t be everywhere at all times and often don’t have the necessary information they need to prevent every potential incident. And, that’s where community-sourced risk intelligence can be lifesaving and help you prevent serious safety incidents on your campus.



Dan Verton

LiveSafe's Content Leader & Strategist

Dan draws upon 25 years of experience as a United States Marine Corps Intelligence Officer, Terrorism Awareness Trainer, and an award-winning journalist and author. You can find more resources authored by Dan on LiveSafe's SafeTalk Blog and Prevention Podcast.


Mark Sullivan

Former Director of the United States Secret Service

Mark is a 35-year veteran of federal law enforcement. He served as the 22nd Director of the United States Secret Service. Prior to that, he served as the Deputy Director and Assistant Director for the Office of Protective Operations, where he managed all protective activities for the agency.

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