Peterson named NACSA Supervisor of the Year

Amanda Peterson

Amanda Peterson, campus safety lieutenant, was chosen National Association of Campus Safety Administrators (NACSA) Supervisor of the Year in the non-sworn category for her dedication to her public safety in higher education. She was chosen from all non-sworn colleges around the country. The award will be presented at this year’s National Association of Campus Safety Administrators annual conference in Orlando, Florida.

Peterson is a five-year veteran of Lynn’s Campus Safety Department. She has come up with many ways to improve the working environment in the dispatch center as well as created new methods and SOP's for the dispatchers. She has risen through the ranks into roles of FTO and Title IX investigator and has worked countless hours making sure that first and foremost, the students are safe, and the officers are trained to the best of their ability.

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