(CONCLUDED) Lone Attackers - Targeting the Innocent


Thursday 26th September 2019
The Cavalry and Guards Club
127 Piccadilly 

13:30 - 16:00
Registration starts 13:00

    The World is an increasing complex place to be. The challenges of diverse geopolitics, uncertain domestic pressures and the rise in the extreme right wing, religious differences and single issue activists are nothing new, but the wider context is. Even with all the technological knowhow that enables us to communicate our views across the globe at any time, individuals still feel moved to personally attack innocent bystanders with extreme violence. The social consequences are felt deeply as demonstrated more recently by the attacks on the bridges on the River Thames , but businesses suffer too. This briefing highlights the risks to businesses when these events occur, but focuses on the preparations we have to make in order to mitigate possible injury to our staff and our clients and our reputations. Our speakers will deliver the most up to date methodology to achieve this and makes this briefing a must attend event.

    Areas that will be covered:

    • The current risks to the business and government sectors
    • The impact on our people in the workplace
    • How to prevent, prepare for and mitigate the effect of lone attackers
    • The law enforcement response and how you can help
    • Identifying the signs and responding quickly

    Leaders who should attend:

    • Chief Security Officers
    • Emergency Planners
    • Business Continuity Leaders
    • Local Authority Teams
    • Law Enforcement Agencies
    • Government Representatives

      Confirmed Agenda

      13:00 Registration and Refreshments
      13:30 Chair
      13:35 Lord Toby Harris
      Chair, Toby Harris Associates and CSARN Advisory Council Chairman
      "Learning the lessons from recent terrorist incidents - what is our preparedness?"
      14:05 Inspector Darren Stewart
      Counter Terrorist Specialist Firearms Officer (CTSFO) Inspector / Metropolitan Police Service - SCO19
      "SCO19 What we do"
      14:35 Geoff Revill
      CEO Krowdthink Ltd
      “Leveraging the Crowd as a Force-Multiplier to prevent & respond to a Marauding Terror Attack”
      15:05 Coffee Break

      Q & A Panel & Discussion
      All Speakers

      16:00 Networking & Close


      Delegate Fee

      CSARN Members | FREE

      Standard Fee | £199.00

      Public Sector | £129.00


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