AlliedBarton Security Services Renews Commitment as a Top Sponsor of IACLEA

Jan. 31, 2013
The agreement with AlliedBarton Security Services is for three years and runs through August 2015.

WEST HARTFORD, CT (January 30, 2013) – AlliedBarton Security Services has renewed and upgraded its commitment as a Titanium Plus Sponsor of the
International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, Inc. (IACLEA) under the Corporate Partnership program.  The agreement with AlliedBarton Security Services is for three years and runs through August 2015.

IACLEA established the Corporate Partnership Program to support the implementation of the Association’s strategic initiatives, to further its educational mission, and enhance the ability of campus public safety agencies to protect institutions of higher education.

“We are grateful to AlliedBarton Security Services for continuing to support our mission to provide educational resources, advocacy and professional development services to our members,” IACLEA President Anne Glavin said.

AlliedBarton Security Services, IACLEA’s longest supporting partner offering contract security services, upgraded to the Titanium Plus level of the Corporate Partnership Program.  AlliedBarton also enhanced its agreement by sponsoring the Exhibit Hall Lounge area, “The AlliedBarton Winner’s Circle,” at the 2013 Annual Conference in Louisville, KY.  AlliedBarton Security Services also pledged a significant donation to support IACLEA’s future initiatives.

“AlliedBarton is proud to work in conjunction with IACLEA and support the organization’s efforts to raise awareness on the critical topic of safety and security for our campuses,” explained Glenn Rosenberg, Vice President of Higher Education, AlliedBarton. “Our nation’s campuses are safer because of IACLEA’s members advocating for, sharing and implementing best practices that improve security.”

Rosenberg serves as Chair for the IACLEA Corporate Partner Advisory Committee. Established in 2012 by IACLEA President Anne Glavin, Chief of Police/Director of Police Services at California State University – Northridge, the Corporate Partner Advisory Committee operates under the following directives:
·          Provide feedback to the Association;
·         Suggest new marketing strategies, communication/technology enhancements;
·         Assist with implementing changes to the program, as approved by the Board of directors;
·         Advise on content expertise and funding for the Association’s strategic objectives and projects

IACLEA encourages its members to support Corporate Partners by inviting them to bid on projects or purchases involving campus public safety equipment, hardware, software, and consulting assistance. The IACLEA Corporate Partner Marketplace is a one-stop source for a wide variety of campus public safety products and services. The Marketplace is exclusively for IACLEA’s Corporate Partners. Visit the Corporate Partner Marketplace at:

Additional information on the Corporate Partnership Program and links AlliedBarton  can be found on the IACLEA web site, on the Corporate Partnership page at: