A Virginia Tech Shooting Survivor Remembers the College Massacre 10 Years Later

July 12, 2017

  For Virginia Tech student Colin Goddard, April 16, 2007, started out like any other Monday, with no sign that it was “going to be the craziest experience” of his life. That changed with the sound of gunfire early that spring morning on the campus in Blacksburg, Virginia. The bullets signaled the spread of a shooting rampage…

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Preventing Another Virginia Tech

April 18, 2017

This article was origionally published on BaltimoreSun.com Ten years ago, on April 16, 2007, a college student — who had been adjudicated a danger to himself in a court of law — bought two guns, went to his campus and committed two rounds of shootings in one morning. The Virginia Tech shootings cost the lives of 32…

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CUPIC Conference, August 2-5, 2016

July 6, 2016

College and University Police and Investigators Conference (CUPIC) August 2-5, 2016 Fairview Park Marriott Falls Church, VA The George Mason University Police Department is hosting the Eleventh Annual College and University Police and Investigators Conference (CUPIC) in Falls Church, Virginia. This conference focuses on unique aspects of law enforcement and security needs for Colleges and…

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National Campus Safety Awareness Month 2015

September 1, 2015

September marks the 10-year anniversary of National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM). Of the 20 million students going to college this year, 3 million of them are freshman. Many of these first-time students are far away from the safety of their home, and the wisdom of their parents. To address the need for awareness, learning…

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32 NCSI Launch is Next Week

August 6, 2015

REGISTRATION BEGINS 10:30 AM, AUGUST 13, 2015     Join us and thought leaders from around the Nation to celebrate an achievement in campus safety. Starting next Thursday, colleges and universities will have a brand new resource to help them better protect their campus community called the 32 National Campus Safety Initiative. 32 NCSI is…

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Campus Safety National Forum

June 18, 2015

As a presenter, exhibitor and sponsor, VTV Family Outreach Foundation invites you to attend the most important campus safety conference of the year on the East Coast. Hear from the leading safety and security experts Learn first-hand about best practices and procedures for emergency response Walk away ready to prepare and plan for emergency situations,…

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32 NCSI Launch Coming August 13

June 8, 2015

The Official Launch Coming 11:00 AM, AUGUST 13, 2015 Join us to celebrate an achievement in campus safety. Colleges and universities across the country continue to expand how they protect the 20 million students that will be arriving on campuses this fall. This year they will have a brand new resource to help them called the…

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NCCPS First Webinar: Campus Public Safety Online

May 21, 2015

VTV Family Outreach Foundation helps shape the national agenda and priorities of the National Center for Campus Public Safety (NCCPS). As members of their Advisory Board, we’re proud to announce that NCCPS is celebrating its one-year anniversary this month. NCCPS is introducing a new, free webinar series, called Campus Public Safety Online. This series kicks…

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VTV Webinar: Defining Title IX/Clery Act Roles

April 22, 2015

April 22 – Defining Title IX/Clery Act Roles This live briefing was a collaboration among VTV, NASPA and Stetson Law. The presenters included S. Daniel Carter, 32 NCSI Director and Nancy Chi Cantalupo, Associate VP for Equity, Inclusion and Violence Prevention at NASPA. It was most helpful for student affairs professionals, attorneys, campus safety officers,…

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VTV Meets Congresswoman Comstock

March 10, 2015

Marjorie Castro arranged VTV’s attendance at an open house with the newly elected Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-VA 10th). A representative from Virginia’s 10th congressional district, Comstock replaced Congressman Frank Wolf, and fortunately several of Wolf’s staff are working with Comstock.  It was a pleasure to meet with her and we hope to see her again…

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