The Leading Authority For Campus Public Safety

When Hate Comes to Campus - October 3

Event Details

Location: Fitchburg State University (Northern Massachusetts)
Region: North Atlantic
Type: Training
Timezone: EST
Start Date: October 3, 2017, 7:30 am
End Date: October 3, 2017, 4:30 pm

We thank Motorola Solutions for their generous sponsorship of these trainings.

Campus public safety departments are on the frontlines of the intensifying culture clash exploding across the United States—and in particular on college campuses.

Across the United States, groups with vastly different viewpoints on hot-button issues have clashed on college campuses. Sometimes with extreme—even deadly—violence erupting. Campus police—charged with protecting public safety while remaining content neutral—face a new and dangerous challenge.

Even as the tragic violence was unfolding in Charlottesville, Virginia, IACLEA staff and Board Members began developing the latest training in IACLEA’s Emerging Issues Training series. 

The training will cover how white nationalist and other groups organize; their leaders; their tactics; and what to expect if a group mobilizes on your campus. Federal law enforcement resources that can assist. And law enforcement tactics to plan for and deploy during a protest. Issues surrounding protecting First Amendment rights while keeping the peace will also be covered.

WHO: Campus public safety professionals—IACLEA members or non-members

WHAT: Full-day training, When Hate Comes to Campus

WHEN & WHERE: October 3, 2017 Fitchburg State University, Fitchburg (Northern Massachusetts). 7:30 am - 4:30 pm. 

FEES: $70 for IACLEA members; $150 for non-members. Breakfast and lunch will be provided by Atlantic Tactical.

Register Now

For more information, contact Josh Bronson, director of training,, 202-618-8840.

The Leading Authority for Campus Public Safety

IACLEA membership is one of the most valuable learning and professional development steps a campus public safety official can take. Join IACLEA's 4,000+ global network today.