(CONCLUDED) CSARN / Targeting Major Events


Thursday 19 April 2018 
The Cavalry and Guards Club
127 Piccadilly 

13:00 - 16:35

    Major events present a significant target for terrorists, criminals and protestors. Stadiums, auditoriums and similar venues face numerous challenges but the opportunity for those with hostile intent has extended in recent years. The growth of privately owned public spaces which host outdoor entertainments and the trend to stage events in non traditional settings have all increased the demands on those charged with striking a balance between safety and enjoyment. The wider business sector potentially suffers collateral damage when this takes place and therefore it becomes increasingly important that resilience arrangements to recover from these events are embedded and practiced.

    How do we plan and prepare? What risks and factors do we need to consider? How do we mitigate threats and what do we really understand about crowd dynamics? These are other key issues will be discussed in this essential CSARN briefing.

    Leaders who should attend:

    • Event Planners
    • Business Continuity Leaders
    • Government agencies
    • Urban Planners
    • Private Security providers

          Confirmed Agenda

          13:00 Registration and Refreshments
          13:30 Chair
          13:35 Phoebe Worthington
          Sibylline Intelligence Solutions
          "Providing Intelligence Support for Major Events”
          14:05 Superintendent Andrew Johnstone
          Metropolitan Police Service
          "Planning a Major Event - Challenges and Opportunities"
          14:35 Q & A
          14:55 Networking & Coffee
          15:15 Emma Parkinson
          Course Director and Senior Lecturer, Coventry University.

          "Integrating security and safety: challenges for major events"
          15:45 Peter Cowup
          Former Assistant Commissioner, London Fire Brigade & now director of Theydon Park Consulting

          “Tales of the Unexpected – reflections on managing a major emergency”
          16:15 Q & A, Networking & Close

          Delegate Fee

          CSARN Members | FREE

          Standard Fee | £189.00

          Public Sector | £109.00

          Collections: Events

          Category: 2018 cyber

          Type: Unknown Type

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