Campus Crime Prevention 

Employing new crime prevention technology and procedures to reduce risks and improve student, staff and visitor safety and security.
November 28-30, 2023 | 11am - 3pm EST each day

Crime Prevention Strategies for
Colleges and Universities

Crime prevention - "the anticipation, recognition and appraisal of a crime risk and the initiation of some action to remove or reduce it" - is ideally suited to the protection needs of colleges and universities.  The primary goal of campus law enforcement agencies should always be the prevention of criminal victimization and the proactive elimination of criminal opportunities before crime occurs.

Crime prevention on college and university campuses
has never been more important than it is today.

Serious criminal incidents, unfortunately including active assailants and multiple homicides, have fostered a virtually unprecedented concern about safety and security on college and university campuses.  With increased media attention, a record number of negligent security lawsuits, and the implications of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Statistics Act, crime prevention has taken on a dimension of importance never before experienced.

Every campus protection agency should have specially trained
and certified crime prevention specialists who possess detailed knowledge
of contemporary campus crime prevention programs and strategies.

Seminar Details

The Campus Crime Prevention Certification Seminar will be presented live online.  The three-day training program will be presented from 11:00am - 3:00pm EST daily.  Online video conference instructions will be provided.

Certified Campus Crime Prevention Specialist
This seminar is a certification training program.  There is a written examination covering seminar topic areas at the end of the training program.  Successful complete of the examination is required to be recognized as a Certified Campus Crime Prevention Specialist.

Resource Materials
Seminar participants will receive a free copy of ACPI's proprietary publication, The Complete Campus Crime Prevention Manualdeveloped expressly for campus crime prevention specialists. This 600 page publication focuses upon campus crime prevention strategies, programs and initiatives.  It will serve as a valuable reference and resource guide for campus law enforcement personnel with crime prevention responsibilities.

Seminar participants will also receive a free copy of ACPI's publication, The Complete Library Safety and Security Manual.  This comprehensive academic library security publication addresses topics such as theft from the general collection, theft or vandalism of rare books, manuscripts and other special collections, vandalism, theft of personal items of value, problem patron conflict and acts of sexual misconduct.
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Crime prevention on college and university campuses has never been more important than it is today. Every campus law enforcement agency should have specially trained and certified specialists who possess detailed knowledge of contemporary crime prevention programs and strategies. 

Seminar Curriculum

  • What is Crime Prevention?
  • History, Strategies and Principles of Crime Prevention
  • Trends in Campus Crime Prevention
  • Comprehensive Campus Crime Prevention Program
  • Interrelationship Between Crime Prevention, Community-Oriented Policing and Problem-Solving Policing
  • See Something, Say Something
  • Recommended Campus Crime Prevention Practices
  • Utilizing Social Media for Crime-Prevention
  • Campus Fleet Watch
  • Motor Vehicle-related Crime Prevention
  • Bicycle Theft Prevention
  • Operation Identification
  • Preventing Mobile Communication Device Theft
  • Preventing Theft of Laptop Computers
  • Crime Prevention and Security in Student Residence Facilities
  • Crime Prevention and Security for Campus Libraries
  • Campus Security Design Standards
  • Preventing Workplace Violence
  • Noteworthy Campus Crime Prevention Programs
  • Construction Site Crime Prevention
  • Preventing Identity Theft
  • Prevention of Rape and Sexual Assault
  • Prevention of Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault
  • Abusive or "binge" Drinking by College Students
  • Crime Prevention for International Students
  • Preventing Acts of Violence at Student Social Events

Who Should Attend?

The primary goal of campus public safety initiatives should always be the prevention of criminal victimization and the proactive elimination of criminal opportunities.
Every college and university should have specially trained specialists who possess detailed knowledge of contemporary campus crime prevention programs and strategies. 
To be effective, these specialists must have a wide range of programmatic knowledge seldom provided in traditional law enforcement training. 
  • Campus Public Safety Personnel
  • Campus Administrators
  • School Resource Officers
  • Law Enforcement Administrators
  • Crime Prevention Specialists
  • Community Resource Officers

What's Included?

  • 35 Topic Areas
  • Presentation Slides
  • Reference Materials





Dan Keller

Dan served as the Director of Public Safety at the University of Louisville for 26 years and brings more than 50 years of total law enforcement and security experience. Dan founded ACPI in 1998 and has trained thousands of public safety, law enforcement and corporate security personnel from throughout the world in crime prevention. Previously he served as the Assistant Director of Security at Southern Illinois University and founder and CEO of Aegis Protection Group and Aegis Security Design, a security consulting and engineering firm. He holds B.S. and M.B.A. degrees from Southern Illinois University and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the Southern Police Institute.

Simple Process. Extraordinary Value.

Programs of this nature typically cost thousands of dollars to attend, but we have worked to reduce the cost and disruption typically encountered when attending multi-day training as much as possible. We provide highly flexible registration options. Register for multiple courses or register a group for an additional discount (price will be updated automatically). If you are not able to pay by credit card, select 'Invoice' during checkout to request an invoice to pay offline (enrollment will be completed once final payment is received). 


Single Course: $350
We understand it is not always possible for multiple people to attend.


Multiple Courses: $300
Receive an additional $50 discount if you register for multiple courses at once.


$300 / person
Register multiple people from the same organization for the greatest value. 

Crime Prevention is the anticipation, recognition and appraisal of a crime risk and the initiation of some action to remove or reduce it


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