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Resources:   Conferences/Meetings

American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS)
Annual Seminar & Exhibits

Includes educational sessions, ASIS security marketplace bookstore, and more than 500 exhibiting companies. Attendance: 15,000 or more security professionals

For information contact:
ASIS
1625 Prince St.
Alexandria, VA 22314-2818
703/519-6200

International Association of Professional Security Consultants (IAPSC) Annual Conference

For information contact:
IASPC
1444 I St., Suite 700
Washington, D.C. 20005-2210
Voice: 202/712-9043
Fax: 202/216-9649

Note: This conference is generally held in April.

National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) Annual Conference

Largest gathering of school-based police officers and school security professionals in the United States.

For information contact:
NASRO
P.O. Box 40
Boynton Beach, FL 33425-0040
Voice: 888/316-2776

Note: This conference is generally held in July.

International Security Conference & Exposition (ISC EXPO)

Includes leading-edge seminars and workshops that are organized into core conference tracks that reflect major security topics. More than 400 exhibitors showcase security equipment. The seminars and workshops generally include sessions specific to school security. Information specific to the EXPO program and exhibitors is usually available on the Web site about a month prior to the EXPO date.

For information contact:
ISC EXPO
Customer service
Voice: 800/840-5602

NOTE: Many publications, including those of professional organizations, include a list of upcoming meetings/events as a regular feature. In addition, several Web sites, such as the sites for ERIC, NCJRS, ASIS, SIA, and SDM Magazine, have links to lists of upcoming events.

 



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