2018 Domestic Violence Security and Safety Conference

Covering the range of security topics that you need to know now.

This free two-day event will help train domestic violence shelter and safe house employees, social services employees, law enforcement, and those in similar roles, on some of the most important safety and security concepts that they need to know.
Topics include:
  • Physical security concepts
  • Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED)
  • Countersurveillance and survellance detection routes
  • Finding and removing "Stalker apps"
  • Computer and information security
  • Operations Security
  • Phishing
  • Internet of Things
  • Social Media security
  • Active shooter response

Speakers from NetCloak, Cofense, The Department of Defense,  Spofford & Associates, and other organizations will provide information and security resources based on their experience. Please note that, due to limited seating, participants may be placed on a wait list.

Conference Details

Date: October 11-12, 2018

Location: Washington, DC

Cost: Free

Audience:
Shelter and safe house employees
Law enforcement
Social Services
Advocates

Registration is limited to 150

About Operation: Safe Escape

Operation Safe Escape is an initiative of OSPA, a 501c3 nonprofit organization. And we have one simple goal: to make sure that every victim of domestic violence has the resources, information, and confidence that they need to leave their abusive partner.

We fight against domestic violence in two ways. First is by empowering the individuals impacted by domestic violence, helping them (and their children) turn from victims to survivors. We first help to develop secure communication channels with their support system and local shelters, and then build on that to provide security and safety guidance relevant to their current step in the process. This takes a team of up to 30 security professionals in different disciplines, as well as software and application developers and other specialists.

Next, we make sure that the survivor has a safe place to go. To do this, we work with shelters, safe houses, and advocacy groups in developing security solutions and training staff on counter-surveillance and other security concepts. See more about this initiative at https://www.goaskrose.com