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
- 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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January 19, 2017- Campus Behavioral Threat Assessment/CARE Teams
1:00 – 2:30 PM Eastern Time Zone
Registration is now closed, however the materials will be posted in the 2016/17 webinar series Resource Library in IACLEA Connections on January 20.
Campus personnel are increasingly involved in the assessment and management of persons who engage in threatening and volatile behaviors. Such persons can include current and former students, faculty, staff, and other persons not affiliated with the campus or workplace community. These individuals can be highly disruptive both in the campus/workplace settings and in the community at large. Their behaviors may range from tactics of bullying and intimidation, to stalking and harassment, to acts of violence that devastate a campus, workplace, family, or community. Incidents from around the world have underscored the ongoing need for collaborative and integrated strategies to prevent violence where possible, and to mitigate risk of harm where necessary. This session will help participants to better understand dynamics of targeted violence; develop and enhance strategies for early identification, assessment, and intervention with concerning situations; and provide an overview of contemporary standards of care for violence prevention and intervention within campuses.
- Gene Deisinger, Managing Partner & Co-Founder, SIGMA Threat Management Associates
- Thomas Webb, Director Office of Disability Services, Wright State University
- Seann Kalagher, Associate Dean of Student Affairs, Quinnipiac University
February 2, 2017 Solving Campus Crime Using GPS Technology
1:00 – 2:30 PM Eastern Time Zone
For the last six years, the Redlands Police Department (RPD) has partnered with the University of Redlands to utilize specialized GPS tracking technology to apprehend those that come onto the campus with the intent of committing crime. The GPS device can easily be secreted into most items targeted by thieves and activates upon motion immediately sending an alert to both our Dispatch center and various officer’s cell phones.
Several colleges and universities throughout the country have replicated RPD’s program to address crime trends on their respective campuses. The University of Utah adopted the same strategy to address a growing bike theft problem. Within days of deploying their bait bikes, officers made their first GPS tracker assisted arrest. During the first year of implementation, they have made 36 arrests for bike theft and saw their YTD bike theft numbers decrease by 66%. In 2015, the University of Pennsylvania Police Department adopted the GPS strategy to address bike theft on their campus. Their efforts led to 22 arrests for bike theft in the first year. They had a 100% apprehension rate when their bait bikes were stolen.
The devices have been a powerful force multiplier for RPD when it comes to apprehending criminals during a time of decreased budgets and the effects of prison realignment. RPD has now made 260 arrests, all but five of which involved career criminals. Forty of the arrests have been at the University of Redlands campus.
The following are crimes often found on college campuses that can be addressed using the ESO GPS strategy:
- Bike theft
- Laptop theft
- Construction site theft
- Vehicle burglary
- Backpack theft
- Vending machine theft
- Locker room theft
The 90 minute webinar will focus on how college and university police departments can easily implement this very effective yet affordable strategy to address crime trends on their respective campuses. Several materials will be made available to attendees to assist with the implementation of their own program.
Lt. Travis Martinez, Redlands Police Department, Investigations and Special Operations Bureau
Coming Up.... (Registration Details to Follow for These Future Webinars)
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: http://community.iaclea.org/home. Once logged in, go to Browse, Resource Libraries, 2016-2017 Webinar Series.