The Leading Authority For Campus Public Safety

Director Rob Kilfoyle

Rob Kilfoyle is currently the Director, Public Safety and Emergency Management at Humber College (7 years) in Toronto.   Rob has over 32 years’ experience in the fields of Private Security, Safety, Emergency, and Risk Management and has spent the last 21 years of his career in progressively senior roles in the Post-Secondary sector working in both college and university environments in different parts of Canada.  Rob’s career has taken him from Toronto to Vancouver and back again to Toronto.

Rob achieved his CPP designation through ASIS International in August 2000 and has successfully recertified this credential every three years since, through his ongoing commitment to lifelong learning and professional development.    In November 2018, Rob achieved the highest professional certification of CMM III through the Ontario Municipal Management Institute (OMMI) with the specialty security endorsement of “Security Executive” from the Ontario Association of College and University Security Administrators (OACUSA), being one of only three members to achieve this designation in the province.

Rob is the recipient of multiple leadership awards.  Named as Canadian Security Director of the year for 2019 by Canadian Security Magazine.  Rob went on to earn the inaugural “Robin Begin Award of Excellence” from OACUSA and the “Robert A. Gordon - Presidents Award for Leadership” from Humber College.

Rob is an active and long-serving member of several professional associations, including IACLEA, ASIS International, and OACUSA.  Rob currently serves on the executive board of OACUSA as the association's Vice President, Colleges, and has previously served in executive roles with ASIS as a multi-term Chapter Chairman for the Canadian Pacific chapter and as Area Regional Vice President for the West Coast and Yukon.  

OVW Campus Program Training

IACLEA in partnership with the East Central University’s Safety Training and Technical Assistance for Administrators, Boards, and Law Enforcement (STTAABLE) presents the Office on Violence Against Women’s Campus Program Training. These workshops are currently open and are free for all.