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  • Slide 1 - Special Event Safety and Security Gregory G. Mullen Chief of Police Charleston, South Carolina
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  • Slide 3 - Fundamental Mindset Safety and Security is two sides of the same coin The goal of special events is to create a feeling; not a thing. For success, you must develop a plan and nurture an attitude among workers and guest Bottom Line: it is all about creating an image or memory for those attending
  • Slide 4 - Critical Points of Today Special events planned and executed properly can create opportunities to increase the quality of life for citizens and visitors and be positive economic drivers for communities Special events planned and executed poorly can create disastrous outcomes for communities During every special event, a communities brand and reputation is on the line. It may cost a lot in time and resources to properly plan and manage the event; however, the cost in time and resources to recover from a disaster can be extreme
  • Slide 5 - Special Event Is the event out of the ordinary or nonroutine? Does the event place a strain on community resources? Does the event attract a large number of people? Does the event require special permitting or additional planning, preparation, and mitigation efforts by local agencies?
  • Slide 6 - Types of Special Events Traditional Events: Carnivals Concerts Sporting Events Air Events Conventions Political Rallies Spontaneous Events: Unplanned; often celebratory or in response to unpopular action. Frequently become out of control quickly
  • Slide 7 - Approvals and Permits Create a formal application process Utilize a Special Events Committee with functional stakeholders from critical departments Assign appropriate authority and decision making power Define application and fee structures to ensure consistency and unambiguous policies
  • Slide 8 - Event Planning Factors Scope of the event. Risks to spectators and participants. Impact on the community. Emergency support required.
  • Slide 9 - Critical Planning Questions Sponsoring organization’s purpose and experience Previous event concerns Relevant local concerns Weather Community impact Event risk
  • Slide 10 - Planning Timelines Large Events – 4 to12 months Medium Events – 3 to 6 months Small Events – 60 days prior to event Note: Exact time frame depends on the scale and complexity of the event. Special consideration or requirements will extend the time factor for planning
  • Slide 11 - Issues Impacting Planning New perspectives about normal activities Sense of heightened alertness Enhanced Security Measures Vulnerability Assessments Relationships, Collaboration, and Situational Awareness
  • Slide 12 - New Focus Security professionals have new roles relating to Special Events Success is measured by: Risk Mitigation Participant Safety Crime Prevention Image Management Repeat Customers
  • Slide 13 - Risk Types Physical Reputation Emotional Fiscal Facilities
  • Slide 14 - Weigh and Compare Risk Determine Frequency of Risk Evaluate Impact of Risk based on: Magnitude Size Duration Speed of Onset
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  • Slide 16 - Risk Control Determine Acceptable Risk level Reduce Risk Cancel Event Diminish the Risk Pre-plan responses and contingencies Distribute Risk Share Responsibility Continuously Monitor Risk for Change
  • Slide 17 - Key Operational Considerations Health and Safety Crowd Management Alcohol Sales and Consumption Traffic Management Gangs and Criminal Threats Security
  • Slide 18 - Health and Safety Structures Stages, platforms, and temporary shelter Audience Safety Public Health (food handling), Medical Care, and Environmental Risk Fire Safety Vendor set up, use of pyrotechnics, monitoring of open flames, etc.
  • Slide 19 - Crowd Management Understand the Crowd Personality What type of crowd is likely to attend? Previous behavior at other events? Are they likely to engage in violence? Crowd Roles Observers (watchers) Cheerleaders (verbal support) Active Core (doers)
  • Slide 20 - Alcohol Management Will alcohol be allowed at the event Identification and server requirements Serving limits Cut off times Authority to terminate sales and consumption
  • Slide 21 - Traffic and Transportation Roadway Closures Offsite parking and shuttles Signage Requirements Use of the Media to inform the public of transportation plans and restrictions Emergency Access
  • Slide 22 - Gangs and Criminal Threats Do not get focused on a definition. Any organized or semi-organized group can be a threat Understand the purpose or intent of the group: Profit Protection of territory Intimidation Retaliation
  • Slide 23 - Activities and Tactics Threats to events range from violence to petty theft Criminal groups are changing operational strategies to avoid scrutiny and monitoring by law enforcement No outward signs (Colors, tattoos, signs, etc.) Modifying membership Engaging in more sophisticated crimes
  • Slide 24 - Activities and Tactics Cont. Use of technology Communication (social networks) Advertise and showcase activities Plan and monitor criminal activities Monitor law enforcement Gather intelligence Communicate operational tactics and actions Introduce counter-measures to police action
  • Slide 25 - The Safety and Security Plan Establish the Leader Intent Successful event operations are built on the ability of leaders to define and communicate their intent so that line level personnel can exercise their duties and requirements A clear Leader Intent is a statement of what must be done to succeed and describes what success looks like
  • Slide 26 - Components of Leader Intent Good leader intent breaks the operation down into three parts, each providing clear guidance to event personnel Task – What is to be done? Purpose – Why it is necessary? End State – What does success look like? This prevents the “Fog of War”, a chaotic condition that occurs and makes centralized command and control impossible
  • Slide 27 - Security Response Develop and maintain current situational awareness Deploy resources effectively based on type of event Utilize a “Prevention Circles” method to ensure safety and security of the event.
  • Slide 28 - Develop Good SA Situational Awareness is understanding the current environment and being able to accurately anticipate future problems to enable effective action Circumstances under which planning occurred will change – it is vital that commanders stay abreast of current reality
  • Slide 29 - Prevention Circles
  • Slide 30 - Circle 1 - Early Intervention Utilize all sources of information to determine the intent of those who may wish to disrupt or harm the event or those attending Continuously updated Social media role Intention is the most important component of the intelligence process. It helps you understand behavior Look for patterns and trends that can effect present and future events
  • Slide 31 - Circle 2 – Obstacles and Delays Create security zones that provide observation and scrutiny at various locations Parking areas Checkpoints at outer limits of event Rover patrols with screening capability
  • Slide 32 - Circle 3 - Security Measures Designated Entry Points Utilize technology applications where possible Interior Security Patrols Volunteers T-Shirt and Uniformed Security Officials Uniform and Undercover Police Officers Technology CCTV ALPR On Body Video
  • Slide 33 - Prevention Circles Integrated strategies for deterrence and prevention
  • Slide 34 - Contingencies In high risk environments, plans are built on the perception that things change and may be inaccurate prior to implementation Neglecting to plan for contingencies is a leadership failure Leaders can not plan for everything. Focus on the most critical elements of the operation
  • Slide 35 - Contingency Trigger Points Trigger points are pre-planned events or times that initiate specific response protocols They are helpful in Mitigating known risk Identify emerging risk Synchronize operations
  • Slide 36 - Organizational Structure Incident Command System Supports multi-agency planning Optimizes Command and Control Offers techniques to determine how resources will be used, coordination will take place, and methods for communicating Facilitates the protection of life and property
  • Slide 37 - Evaluation Identify the following: What was the Plan? What happened? Why did it happen? What went well? What should we do differently? Areas ripe for improvement Document findings in written report.
  • Slide 38 - Final Thought The greatest risk that a tourism designation faces is the failure to recognize, plan for, and manage the risk that they face.
  • Slide 39 - Questions
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