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2020 Director of the Year

Call For Entries

Do you know a hospital, school or university campus police chief, director of public safety and security, emergency manager or another administrator responsible for campus protection who goes above and beyond the call of duty- demonstrating outstanding leadership skills, ingenuity, selflessness, and overall achievement? Then we encourage you to submit his or her (or even your own) nomination for the 10th annual Campus Safety Director of the Year Award.

The winner of this prestigious award receives:

  • Special editorial coverage in both the print magazine and online.
  • Recognition amongst the campus safety and security community.
  • A custom award plaque for display.

In addition, throughout the judging process, many of our finalists are featured editorially in the weeks and months leading up to the announcement of the award winner. To view Campus Safety magazine’s coverage of past winners and finalists, click here.

Judging, Deadlines, & Eligibility

Nomination Submission: Please attach a document (MS-Word, Text, PDF, or other textual file types) explaining why you or your nominee should be chosen for this award. Please explain how your entry meets or exceeds the judging criteria. Include examples showing why you or the person you are nominating is worthy of this award. Please limit the number of pages of your explanation to 10 total number of pages submitted, including references, should be no more than 15. Please combine all of your documents into one file before uploading your entry.

To view the judging criteria, click here.

Entry Deadline: Dec. 16, 2019. There is no entry fee. All submissions become the property of Campus Safety magazine and cannot be returned.

Eligibility: Nominee must have the title of “Campus Police Chief” or “Director of Public Safety & Security”, “Director of Emergency Management”, or the equivalent. The campus he or she oversees must be located and operated in the United States or Canada and must be a hospital, university, college, K-12 school, or school district.