Presbyterian College campus police recognized at National Association of Campus Safety Administrators annual convention


At the annual convention of the National Association of Campus Safety Administrators, Larry Mulhall, director of safety and risk management and campus police, and Captain Jon Baker, campus police officer were recognized.

Mulhall received the NASCA Medal of Excellence in Campus Law Enforcement. This award recognizes a campus law enforcement leader based on his or her leadership, experience, education, and professional development within the campus law enforcement community.

Baker was chosen as the NASCA Campus Police Officer of the Year for his training of more than 400 local teachers and staff at 12 different schools in the area on how to respond to an active shooter incident in their schools.

Both awards were chosen by members of NASCA.



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