Serve & Protect: Crowd Control & Security Strategies

By Dave Ramont When it comes to crowd control and security at sporting and other events, concerns and strategies have evolved in recent years. And while unruly fans, seat jumpers and those sneaking in contraband are still concerns for security personnel, facilities these days need…
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Mass shootings Push the L.A. County Fair to Upgrade Security

LA County Fair Security

In the wake of recent mass shootings, the Los Angeles County Fair’s operators are beefing up security, bringing a higher level of scrutiny to the annual summer celebration of carnival rides, high-calorie snacks and farm animals. Read the Full Article →

Vegas Playbook for Safeguarding Venues, Arenas and Stadiums

Mandalay Hotel

via Homeland Security Today Today’s event security leaders have a difficult task at hand. The ever-evolving threat continuum not only keeps venue owners up at night but also keeps sport security professionals constantly looking to find ways to keeps fans, brand and organization assets safe from…
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Book Review: What’s Your Plan?

via Security Management magazine / ASIS International This easy-to-read book offers sound planning advice for families attending various events and venues such as sports and entertainment, houses of worship, and universities. While many ideas are well known, the author does a good job emphasizing the…
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