(CONCLUDED) Resilience to Physical Attacks / 18th October 2016


Tuesday 18th October 2016
The Cavalry and Guards Club
127 Piccadilly
13:00 - 17:00

    In light of recent and tragic events in mainland Europe, it is clear that the active shooter and lone attacker tactic to kill innocent people is still a real threat to our society and isn’t going away anytime soon.  As leaders, we are all duty bound to have the most up to date information not only to identify the threat, but to train for, manage and recover quickly from such incidents.  CSARN is duty bound to gather together the best speakers in order to properly brief you on what you can do to mitigate these threats.

    In this briefing, we will discuss the latest tactics, the ideology of the active shooter, the law enforcement response and the training available to the corporate sector.  This is a critical briefing for critical times and attendance is highly recommended.

        Leaders who should attend:

        • Crisis Response Team members
        • Business Continuity Leaders
        • Local Authority Teams
        • Law Enforcement Agencies
        • C-Suite Leaders

        Confirmed Agenda

        13:00 Registration and Refreshments
        13:30 Chair
        13:35 Detective Chief Superintendent Scott Wilson / National Coodinator Protect and Prepare, Met Police
        Resilience to Physical Attacks
        14:05 Q & A
        14:15 Daniel Falkiner / Sibylline
        Physical Attacks in the United Kingdom: Current and Future Threats
        14:45 Q & A
        15:00 Coffee
        15:20 Lindsay Clutterbuck / Independent Researcher
        Richard Warnes / Analyst in the Defence and Security team, Rand Europe
        Contemporary terrorist attacks: A review of the threat 
        15:50 Brian Dillon / Director, Rubicon Resilience Limited
        Debrief - Exercise Strong Tower
        16:20 Q & A 
        16:40 Close

        Delegate Fee

        CSARN Members | FREE

        Standard Fee | £149.00

        Public Sector | £95.00

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