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Margolis Healy managed National Center awarded $1.8M Grant

October 17, 2014

On September 10th, the US Department of Justice announced that the National Center for Campus Public Safety would be awarded an additional $1.8M grant to expand services and launch new initiatives related to campus public safety. Some of these initiatives, such as a series of roundtable discussions with college and university presidents on gender and sexual violence and developing a trauma-informed training curriculum to train campus officials involved in Title IX investigation and adjudication processes, specifically align with President Obama's focus on sexual assaults on campuses following the release of the Not Alone Report. Read more $1.8M Awarded to VT-Based National Center for Campus Safety

Healy and Goldblum Quoted in Article on Reports on College Crime

October 01, 2014

On Tuesday, September 30, 2014, the Columbus Dispatch published an article, "Reports on College Crime are Deceptively Inaccurate." Managing Partner Steven Healy and Manager of Regulatory Compliance Andrea Goldblum were both interviewed and quoted for the article.

Clery Center Twitter Chat with Dan Pascale

September 17, 2014

On Wednesday, September 17th at 1 PM, Margolis Healy Senior Director of Security and Emergency Management Services, Daniel Pascale will lead a Twitter Chat with the Clery Center as part of National Campus Safety Awareness Month. The Twitter Chat, Building an Emergency Response Program on Campus, will focus on how campuses can create a comprehensive emergency response program. In this online discussion, we'll highlight the planning, notification, and training exercises required under the Clery Act, as well as crowdsource ideas for building policies and processes that are tailored to your campus from experts, practitioners, and you. Use the hashtag #CleryEM and visit the Clery Center's NCSAM webpage for more information about this and other NCSAM events.

Margolis Healy is a lead sponsor for NCSAM this year and will be posting tweets with the #NCSAM hashtag throughout the month with tips and resources.


Margolis Healy Lead Sponsor for NCSAM 2014

September 04, 2014

Margolis Healy is the lead sponsor for the Clery Center's 2014 National Campus Safety Awareness Month campaign, Know More, Do More: 30 Days of Professional Development. Throughout September, Margolis Healy will support the Clery Center, a close partner, in their work to highlight different programs and resources dedicated to campus safety in the US. Follow the Clery Center and Margolis Healy on Facebook and Twitter (@clerycenter and @margolishealy) and look for the #NCSAM hashtag. In addition, visit the Clery Center's NCSAM webpage for events, webinars and twitter chats throughout the month.

Steven Healy Comments on UNC Final Report and Recommendations

July 31, 2014

The UNC Campus Security Initiative issued a final report and recommendations for improving safety and security across the 17-campus University of North Carolina. Managing Partner Steven J. Healy was quoted in the news release distributed with the final report. The release with Mr. Healy's comments can be read here.

Margolis Healy Looks at Vermont Statehouse Security

July 17, 2014

Margolis Healy has been hired by the State of Vermont to conduct an assessment of the state's security measures specifically around its state complex in Montpelier. Senior Director of Security and Emergency Management Services Daniel Pascale is the lead on the project which will last into the fall. For more on this story, read the article from VTDigger.

National Center Opens Its Office in Burlington, VT

June 20, 2014

Margolis Healy and The National Center for Campus Public Safety officially opened their physical offices in Burlington, Vermont this week with an open house. Read more about the exciting news from the Burlington Free Press and Fox 44/ABC 22 News (Video)

Margolis Healy to Headline Boise State Forum May 6

May 05, 2014

Margolis Healy will lead a forum to discuss the new firearms policy in Idaho for Boise State University on May 6, 2014. For more information on this event, please read the full update from BSU.

Gary Margolis Speaks About Campus Riots

April 23, 2014

An increase in campus riots, in particular following sports events, have caught the attention of public safety officials. The role of social media in these riots is discussed in a recent Wall Street Journal article with commentary by Gary Margolis.

Chief Kim Vansell Named Inaugural Director

April 07, 2014

Margolis Healy has named Kim Vansell the inaugural Director of the National Center for Campus Public Safety (National Center). Chief Vansell is currently the Director of Public Safety at the University of Central Missouri and will begin her new position with the National Center on May 1, 2014.

"After a lengthy and thorough national search, we have selected Kim Vansell to lead the National Center," said Managing Partner Gary Margolis. "Kim's long tenure with the University of Central Missouri made her a leading candidate during our search." Managing Partner Steven Healy added, "Kim's deep experience with leadership initiatives, collaborative efforts, and professional organization involvement truly epitomized what we were looking for in a director for the National Center. We couldn't be happier she has accepted the position."

Reporting to Dr. Margolis and Mr. Healy, Chief Vansell will be responsible for leading and administering the National Center including hiring and developing of staff, managing the budget, overseeing the conditions of the cooperative agreement, and ensuring the National Center operates successfully within the strategic and tactical goals that have been articulated for the National Center by Congress. She will facilitate the National Center's mission of providing an array of services to campus public safety agencies, members of campus communities, advocacy organizations, professional associations, and government entities. Chief Vansell will be based out of the National Center's Burlington, Vermont offices.

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