MAKING AN IMPACT

VTV Family Outreach Foundation collaborates with key stakeholders to bring about real improvements to school safety, both K-12 and the university campus.
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A NEW ERA

For the first time, colleges can now assess their campus safety with 32 NCSI, a comprehensive and holistic tool.
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CREATING A LEGACY

“We, the families and survivors, promised we would honor, remember and create a living legacy for our loved ones, and that we would remain as family. We resolved to make our campuses safer.”
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OUR STORY

The families and survivors of the April 16, 2007 tragedy don’t want anyone to suffer what they suffered.
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The Nation’s Leading Advocacy Group

for School and Campus Safety

With your support, the VTV Family Outreach Foundation continues to increase school safety by enhancing safety practices, creating expert training programs, raising safety awareness through media, educating political leaders on safety policies and if tragedy strikes, deploying crisis response teams to provide compassionate, skill-based support in the traumatic aftermath.

Help us make our schools and campuses safer

32 NCSI

Free and confidential campus safety self-assessments offer first-ever comprehensive view of your school’s safety policies and procedures. Learn more

P3 SRO Model

New model & training for School Resource Officers (SROs) & their K-12 partners emphasize youth development in a positive school climate. Learn more

Crisis Response

If tragedy strikes, we can deploy crisis response teams to provide skill-based support for victims in need, anywhere across the Nation. Learn more

Training

We have cadre of subject matter experts and professional staff to provide a variety of online or onsite training modalities to address your priorities. Learn more

“VTV’s founders, as victims and survivors, have joined with a wide range of experts – including from campus public safety, emergency management, threat assessment and mental health, as well as key advocacy and higher education associations to bring truly diverse expertise and resources to bear on the challenges faced by higher education.”

US Congressman Frank Wolf
US Congressman Bobby Scott
US Senator Mark Warner
US Senator Tim Kaine

 

The tragedy at Virginia Tech remains an incredibly impactful determinant of current best practice in campus safety.

Jen Day Shaw
Associate VP & Dean of Students
University of Florida

 

VTV is experienced in the campus safety landscape… VTV is also versed in interacting with federal agencies…

US Senator Mark Warner
US Senator Tim Kaine
US Congressman Bobby Scott
US Congressman Gerry Connolly
US Congressman Scott Rigell
US Congressman Donald Beyer Jr.

 

“The VTV focus on issues of mental health, bullying, privacy laws and information sharing, and supporting programs to create positive change in behavior combined with VTV’s uniquely unshakable dedication to effective solutions is ideal for this project.”

James M. Canady
Executive Director
National Association of School Resource Officers

“I strongly believe the program developed by the VTVFOF to better train school administrators, teachers, students, counselors, school resource officers, and other members of our school environments in how to prevent threats and provide an overall higher level of school safety will greatly benefit the community as a whole. It is a program that can be easily adopted by school districts across the country, providing a safer school environment for as many children as possible.”

Timothy J. Heaphy
United States Attorney
U. S. Department of Justice

 

“VTV’s goal is to enhance public safety through a comprehensive approach… VTV’s approach is a multidisciplinary one, by ensuring that different fields and areas of expertise are included.”

US Congressman Frank Wolf
US Congressman Bobby Scott
US Senator Mark Warner
US Senator Tim Kaine

 

The determination of the VTV Family Outreach Foundation to prevent another tragedy of the magnitude of the one that took place in April 2007 is a testament to the human spirit and the determination of good women and men to selflessly help students and their parents feel a greater sense of security.”

Larry Roberts
Private Attorney
Contributor at ARLnow

 

“VTV is an essential collaborative partner in the community working to end school violence and promote safe and healthy campus environments.”

Karma Cottman
Executive Director
DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence


Top Ten Legal and Compliance Concerns for Campus Administrators

Live Briefing, June 28th, 2 pm ET

Professor Peter Lake will discuss his “Top Ten” legal and compliance concerns for campus administrators.  Of course Title IX compliance is at the top of everyone’s list, but what else?  Professor Lake will discuss the Clery Act, marijuana, guns on campus, student activism and free speech rights, among others.  Professor Lake will also discuss what regulatory changes we might expect as a result of the upcoming general election.

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32 NCSI Official Launch – Aug 13

AUGUST 13, 2015, REGISTRATION BEGINS 10:30 AM Join us to celebrate an achievement in campus safety. Colleges and universities across the country continue to expand how they protect the 20 million students that will be arriving on campuses this fall. This year they...

Campus Safety National Forum

As a presenter, exhibitor and sponsor, VTV Family Outreach Foundation invites you to attend the most important campus safety conference of the year on the East Coast. Hear from the leading safety and security experts Learn first-hand about best practices and...

CUPIC 2015 – August 4-7

College and University Police and Investigators Conference (CUPIC) August 4-7, 2015 Sheraton Tysons Hotel Tysons, VA 22182   The George Mason University Police Department is hosting the Tenth Annual College and University Police and Investigators Conference...

National Campus Safety Awareness Month 2015

September marks the 10-year anniversary of National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM). Of the 20 million students going to college this year, 3 million of them are freshman. Many of these first-time students are far away from the safety of their home, and the...