What Makes Security in a Campus Work; The role Social Media plays in Protecting Students

If you were unable to participate in the webinar presentation ''What Makes Security in a Campus Work; The role Social Media plays in Protecting Students'' presented on Thursday, February 19, 2015.  
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Campus Security & Life Safety, Security Today & Security Products Magazine Hosts a School Safety webinar - Featuring Charlie Howell

What Makes Security in a Campus Work; and Lessons Learned from the Tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School
Date: Thursday, February 19, 2015        Time: 2:00 PM (ET), 11:00 AM (PT)


Mr. Howell will speak about security projects where the newest technology has been deployed but did the actual security level increase. It is important to establish an effective security program that connects all security elements together so that they can perform as a cohesive whole.

Chief Miller will address the lessons learned following the devastating shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and how the Dallas ISD took those lessons and implemented them to protect lives in his school district.


Charlie Howell          Principle at Division 28 Consulting

Charlie has been in the security industry since 1989. Originally providing expertise as an integrator, he started as an installer and advanced his way to project engineer. In July of 2001 Charlie was vice president and consultant at a leading security firm in California providing consulting, policy and procedure development and design services for Government, Municipal, and Private Commercial Clients

Craig R. Miller          Chief of Police at Dallas Independent School District

Chief Miller assumed his position as the Chief of Police for the Dallas ISD in October 2011. Prior to this appointment Chief Miller retired as Deputy Chief of Police for the Dallas Police Department after a 30 year career. When Chief Miller retired from DPD he was assigned as the Division Commander over the Crimes Against Person’s Division. In this position he was responsible for all criminal investigations involving murders, sexual assaults, robberies, assaults and the CSI function for 1.3 million people. Prior to this position Chief Miller was a commander over the Narcotics Division, Traffic Division, Tactical Services (bomb squad) and many other DPD divisions. Chief Miller is a Master  Peace Officer with a BA degree from Memphis State University and is a graduate of the Command Management School of the Southwest Legal Foundation.