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2016-2017 Webinar Series: Outstanding learning for campus public safety leaders…


We invite you to participate in IACLEA’s 2016-17 webinar series to hear from the experts and influence the discussion. Each month will provide a new opportunity to engage with leaders in the field. Follow this link to access the Distance Learning Archive: 2016-2017 Webinar Recordings and Power Point Slides


Registration Fee:

  • IACLEA members – Free
  • Non-members - $149 per institution or attend for free by joining IACLEA. IACLEA member value adds up quickly! With the $149 discount per webinar that you’ll receive as an IACLEA member, it will only be a short time before you’ve completely recouped your membership dues. Take advantage of this and other member discounts and join IACLEA today.


2016-2017 Webinar Series Schedule

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Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to the people and business of our communities, and is North America’s leading security services provider. With over 140,000 employees, Allied Universal delivers high-quality, tailored solutions, which allows clients to focus on their core business. For more information: 866.825.5433 or

December 8, 2016: Autism Spectrum Students and First Responders
1:00-2:30 PM ET

Register Now:

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is the fastest growing neurobiological condition in the world. People with ASD are more likely to have a 911 encounter than a typical person. The number of responses is increasing nationwide at an alarming rate. These calls can be high risk calls for the responder and a person with ASD. Injuries and in some cases, death has resulted due to the lack of understanding about a person with ASD. This workshop will provide campus public safety professionals with an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), growth rates, theories, common characteristics, effective communication methods, behavioral symptoms, sensory issues, and some practical skills on how to effectively interact and respond to an emergency involving a person with ASD.

Learning Objectives

  • To prepare campus public safety personnel for a response to an emergency involving a person with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • How to identify characteristics and behaviors of a person with ASD
  • How to effectively communicate with a person with ASD
  • Discuss special tactics, rescue techniques, and patient care
  • How to build relationships with the ASD community

Who should participate?

  • Campus police chiefs/public safety directors
  • Campus crime prevention and Community Oriented Policing (COPs) officers
  • Campus public safety personnel
  • Campus crime prevention partners (Health Services, Counseling staff, Athletic staff, etc.)
  • Campus public information officers
  • Administrative heads of police/public safety departments and/or related functions


Gail Minger, President of the Michael J. Minger Foundation
Bill Cannata of the Autism and Law Enforcement Coalition (ALEC)
Sgt. Jimmy Donohoe – Pensacola Police Department

By registering for this webinar, you agree to receive information from Allied Universal, the sponsor of this event.


Coming Up.... (Registration Details to Follow for These Future Webinars)


January - Behavioral Assessment / CARE Teams


February - Establishing Technology Standards


March - Clery Update


April - Title IX / Clery / Intimate Partner Violence


May - Recruitment, Selection, and Retention



Distance Learning Archive: Access 2016-2017 Webinar Recordings and Power Point Slides:


Members can access the webinar PowerPoint slides and the recording in the 2016-2017 Webinar Series Resource Library in IACLEA Connections:  Once logged in, go to Browse, Resource Libraries, 2016-2017 Webinar Series.


Past Webinars:


October 6, 2016: Effective Management of Presidential Candidate Visits on Campus: Presidential candidate campaign visits on campus can present major challenges—last minute notifications, itinerary changes and protests—just to name a few. However, pro-active planning, training and coordination can help ensure a successful campaign stop. This webinar will provide useful information about the methodology of protective operations, necessary coordination across campus units and teamwork with federal, state and local law enforcement.

November 3, 2016 - Relationship Violence on College Campuses: Did you know that students on a college or university campus have a higher risk of experiencing domestic/dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking than their non-campus based peers?  Do you at times feel overwhelmed by the sheer volume of these crimes and wonder what you could do to respond to these crimes more effectively or prevent them from happening in the first place?  If so, join us for a discussion with Pamela Lassiter Cathey, Founder and CEO of the Institute for the Prevention of Relationship Violence (IPRV), and learn practical and effective strategies for the primary, secondary and tertiary prevention of relationship violence on campus. Ms. Cathey will describe the innovative research her company has recently completed regarding the fourteen early warning signs of a potentially violent relationship.  Specifically, she will describe how you and your departments can use these signs and other evidence-based tools IPRV has developed specifically for the campus security market to implement inventive violence prevention initiatives on campus.