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Campus Safety Joins ZeroNow Alliance to Make Schools Safer

ZeroNow, the industry alliance dedicated to increasing security in schools, has announced a new partnership with Campus Safety Magazine and the Campus Safety Conferences. The two organizations share the goal of driving innovation, conversation and improved policies to establish a higher level of safety in schools and universities.
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Campus Safety and ZeroNow will significantly increase their effectiveness by working together,” said ZeroNow Founder and Board President Ara Bagdasarian. “We are both thought leaders in the school security space. CampusSafety’s subscribers and conference attendees are the very people we need to collaborate with: campus police chiefs, security directors, IT personnel, emergency managers, facilities directors, risk management professionals, and executive administrators involved in the public safety and security of schools and universities in the United States. They are critical stakeholders in ZeroNow’s mission of reducing campus violence.”

 

Campus Safety provides a wide array of resources developed to reduce risk and improve response to emergencies that happen at K-12 schools, college campuses and healthcare facilities, via its newsletters, webcasts, podcasts, three annual campus security conferences, online training, annual online summit, and an awards program.

 

“We are steadfastly committed to delivering the information needed to protect K-12 and university campuses and healthcare facilities, and our partnership with ZeroNow will help us better serve the campus security, public safety, and emergency management community,” said Campus Safety MagazineEditor-in-Chief Robin Hattersley-Gray

 

ZeroNow was founded by technology partners Additional, AxisCommunications, Omnilert and Telos Corporation, along with campus safety nonprofit partners the International Association of Campus Law EnforcementAdministrators (IACLEA), NASPA (the Association of Student AffairsAdministrators in Higher Education) and VTV Family Outreach Foundation.