Campus Public Safety Institute
The Consortium of Universities Campus Public Safety Institute is a project of the District of Columbia Consortium member institutions founded on the principle of sharing resources and information. The Institute trains campus law enforcement personnel in up-to-date law enforcement techniques, laws, and procedures for certification as a special police officer in the District of Columbia. The Institute provides high caliber instruction by drawing on the resources of member institutions, the Metropolitan Police Department and Metro police.
A Board of Advisors administers the program and develops the curriculum. The Board of Advisors is comprised of security directors from each member institution including American University, The Catholic University of America, Gallaudet University, Georgetown University, Georgetown University Law Center, the George Washington University, Howard University, Trinity University and the University of the District of Columbia.
The Chair of the Advisory Board is Chief Larry Volz, Office of Public Safety/Police, University of the District of Columbia. The Institute is administered twice yearly by the participating District colleges and universities. The Campus Public Safety Institute has been a project of the Consortium since 1991. For more information, contact Sally Kram at firstname.lastname@example.org.