(CONCLUDED) Targeting Innocence / Protecting Major Events / 19th April 2017


Wednesday 19th April 2017 
The Cavalry and Guards Club
127 Piccadilly
13:00 - 17:00

    It is incredibly difficult to protect crowded public places at the best of times, let alone being able to put in plans to protect well publicised and well attended major events.  Post the London Olympics and with the staging of the long-held plethora of annual major sporting events, the UK has an enormous amount of transferable experience of securing the mass gathering of people.  These major events are part of the fabric of our society and the need to protect them are critical as the tragic events in Paris and elsewhere can testify.  

    The sheer internationalism of some of the events, coupled with the attendance of politicians, celebrities, athletes and other VIP’s, make these events worthy targets.  This CSARN briefing provides a detailed briefing on protecting mass crowded places by some of the most experienced solutions providers in this area and this, therefore, makes this briefing a ‘must attend’ event.

    Leaders who should attend:

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

      The areas that will be covered:

      • Protecting the mass movement of people
      • Securing the perimeter
      • Case studies - learning from the past
      • Searching regimes - best practice
      • Achieving the balance of security vs access
      • The collateral effect on other businesses


          13:00 Registration and Refreshments
          13:30 Chair
          13:35 Chief Inspector Richard Harding / Head of The National Counter Terrorism Security Office
          Current threat overview and approaches to security assurance
          14:05 Kevin Williams / The Stinger Report
          Security Implications for the Visitor Attractions sector
          14:35 Q & A
          14:55 Coffee & Networking
          15:15 James Nattrass / Stadium Security Manager for the English FA at Wembley
          Richard Barnes / CTSA, Met Police
          Protective Security Improvement Analysis in Action
          15:45 Andrew Wolfe Murray / Partner at Theseus Partners LLP
          Fixated Risk Management - Dealing with communicated threat to high-profile individuals, organisations & events
          16:15 Q & A 
          16:35 Networking & Close

          Delegate Fee

          CSARN Members | FREE

          Standard Fee | £149.00

          Public Sector | £95.00

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