Daniel R. Pascale CPP, Executive Vice President, Margolis Healy - Ronnell Higgins, Chief of Police and Director of Public Safety at Yale UniversityDownload Now!
As challenging as Fall semester planning was, the Spring semester will be as challenging or worse. A combination of elevated COVID-19 cases, holiday travel and gatherings, and the arrival of flu season have increased fear and uncertainty of the public health environment that schools will be operating in as students return for the Spring semester. What can schools do to optimize the health of their students and the community at large during the Spring semester?
Join Return to Campus: Preparing for the Spring Semester to hear from Ronnell Higgins, Chief of Yale Police & Director of Public Safety at Yale University, and Dan Pascale, Executive Vice President of Margolis Healy, one of the county’s premier consultancy firms focusing on safety, security, emergency preparedness, and compliance for educational institutions.
During the webinar, Dan and Ronell will discuss:
- How higher educational institutions planned their Fall semesters
- What we have learned from Fall semester experience
- What schools are anticipating for Spring semester
- How schools are adjusting their plans
- Recommendations you can take to mitigate harm and maintain a safer learning environment
About the speakers
Ronnell Higgins has served as Chief of Police at Yale University since 2011; he was additionally named Director of Public Safety in 2015. In his 20-year career with Yale, he has been instrumental in significantly reducing crime (twice breaking all-time records for crime reduction at Yale, first in 2012 and again in 2016). Chief Higgins has earned a reputation for driving sustainable initiatives that continue to ensure a safe campus and community by preventing crime, championing exceptional relationships, and building community trust through collaboration with stakeholders, leaders, and members of both the University and City of New Haven communities.
Daniel R. Pascale, CPP is a board certified security and emergency management professional with more than 25 years of experience as a practitioner, consultant and volunteer leader. He is responsible for Margolis Healy consulting strategies, business development initiatives, and continues to lead the Security and Emergency Management practice areas. In this role, he has worked with dozens of institutions to conduct emergency plan and program reviews, and hazard, risk and vulnerability assessments. He has also conducted executive training programs, both facility and campus-wide security assessments and developed relevant emergency preparedness and security related policies and procedures.
Margolis Healy is a market leader with deep roots in security for higher education and K-12. They provide clients with a variety of specialized services that include, but are not limited to, safety and security program assessments; Title IX and Clery Act assessments; enterprise risk assessments; emergency preparedness and crisis plans, response systems, and exercises; implementation of lethal and less-than-lethal force options; litigation consultation; and special investigations/independent reviews.