On June 18, 2014, The National Center for Campus Public Safety (NCCPS) officially opened their Burlington, Vermont offices with an open house. It was an exciting day, not only for our staff, but for the many key partners who have worked tirelessly to make the National Center a reality for a decade.
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Margolis Healy has announced the selection of three new staff members for the National Center for Campus Public Safety. Andrea Young, Megan O’Neil and Heather Gibbs recently joined the Margolis Healy team and have been assigned to the National Center at the newly opened Burlington, Vermont office. Andrea Young has been hired as the Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator, and Megan O’Neil and Heather Gibbs have joined the team as Research Associates. The new staff members joined Director Kim Vansell, hired earlier this spring, in July to begin the important work of establishing the National Center as the first comprehensive, centralized resource for issues related to campus safety, security and emergency management.
The National Center staff are currently working on several priority projects that include, but are not limited to:
Representatives of Margolis Healy have also spoken, and continue to speak, at numerous meetings and conferences promoting the National Center and how it will assist campus safety professionals to protect the nation’s colleges and universities.
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