32 National Campus Safety Initiative
The 32 National Campus Safety Initiative (32 NCSI) offers innovative self-assessment instruments and educational programming designed to empower college and university community safety. Inspired by the lessons learned from the April 16, 2007 shooting tragedy at Virginia Tech and guided by a panel of the nation’s leading experts, 32 NCSI aspires to raise the bar and awareness on a full range of campus safety issues.
32 NCSI offers resources in the following key focus areas:
- Alcohol and Other Drugs
- Campus Public Safety
- Emergency Management
- Mental Health
- Missing Students
- Physical Security
- Sexual Violence
- Threat Assessment
The VTV Family Outreach Foundation (VTV), a national non-profit organization founded by the families of the victims and survivors of the April 16, 2007 mass shooting tragedy at Virginia Tech, brought together professional staff and a multidisciplinary Advisory Council of expert practitioners to create 32 NCSI and foster ongoing development. 32 NCSI is chartered as a living memorial to the 32 innocent students and faculty lost on April 16, 2007 to help ensure safe learning and working environments on all campuses.