Code Blue, Clery Center work together to promote campus safety


Code Blue Corporation understands that student safety remains one of the top priorities for campuses around the nation.

That’s why we are honored to once again lend our support to our friends at the Clery Center for Security on Campus and their partners at Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment (PAVE) during National Campus Safety Awareness Month.

On Tuesday, Sept. 10, please join us for a FREE webinar on how to best engage the campus community not only during National Campus Safety Awareness Month, but throughout the rest of the school year.

“National Campus Safety Awareness Month is an incredible opportunity for institutions to start a conversation about campus safety that continues throughout the year,” said Abigail Boyer, Assistant Executive Director of Programs, Outreach, & Communications for the Clery Center. “Our Safe Campus, Strong Voices campaign highlights the importance of the campus community in creating a culture of respect and the need for collaboration between students and campus professionals for effective prevention and intervention.”

For decades, Code Blue has worked to offer comprehensive and dynamic emergency communication solutions that help protect students and can be found on campuses in hundreds of locations from coast to coast.

“Students have enough to worry about at school, from classes and clubs to sports and grades. Their safety shouldn’t have to be included on that list,” Code Blue Chief Operating Officer David Cook said. “National Campus Safety Awareness Month is a fantastic program, and we are happy to be a part of it once more.”

Features of the webinar will include:

  • Ways to incorporate the free Safe Campus, Strong Voices toolkit into programming efforts on campus;
  • Additional free programs and resources to use throughout the year, including the PACT5 campaign and the national Day of Action on September 25;
  • Case studies of colleges and universities taking a holistic approach to prevention and education on campus and provide strategies for developing a multidisciplinary approach to campus safety programming.

Register for the webinar at