The Implications of Social Media on Campus Safety and Security: The Role of Social Media Threat Alerts
Registration Deadline: Friday, September 18, 2015
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The National Center for Campus Public Safety welcomes national expert, Dr. Gary J. Margolis, for our next webinar, The Implications of Social Media on Campus Safety and Security: The Role of Social Media Threat Alerts.
Dr. Gary J. Margolis, Co-Founder of Margolis Healy (the National Center’s parent organization) and President & CEO of Social Sentinel, Inc., will discuss the implications of social media use on college campus safety.
This webinar will explore the role and impact of social media on campus safety and security. Specifically, Dr. Margolis will discuss how the proliferation of social media has changed the way students, faculty and staff communicate and the unique challenges this creates for those charged with the safety and security of college campuses including police, campus public safety, counseling services, residential life, threat assessment teams, student affairs, and others.
We will discuss the role of social media threat alerts as part of the overall safety and security strategy, and the way technology is changing to make social media threat alerts a more streamlined, effective process. For more information on Social Sentinel, please click here.