CURRENT TRENDS IN SCHOOL SAFETY
Opening Remarks - Dr. Joseph Erardi, Superintendent of Schools, Newton, CT
Emerging Safety Issues in Crowd - Mark Camillo, Distinguished Lecturer at John Jay College
The safety of crowds is of paramount importance. This instructional block will examine the types of crowds a school facility might encounter whether it is celebratory, sporting or festival in nature. Best practices will be shared and case studies examined. Participants will learn about crowd dynamics with regard to how they are influenced by factors such as crowd density and crowd energy.
Critical Mistakes in School Security - Craig Gundry, VP at Critical Intervention Services
Survey the seven most critical mistakes and misunderstandings encountered in school security and emergency management plans and outline effective solutions for addressing these common problems.
Desktop/ Tabletop Mock Disaster Drills - Michael Herrera, CEO at MHA Consulting
It has been proven that you “play” like you practice! To begin playing at a higher level, tabletop mock disaster exercise drills need to be conducted to exercise your response and recovery capabilities. During this session, you will learn the elements of how to organize, set up, conduct, and evaluate a successful tabletop mock disaster exercise drill that will exercise your teams and plans in a controlled environment. We will organize attendees into a Crisis Management Team and respond to a simulated scenario impacting an educational institution to give you a flavor of what you can expect.
Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2016
Time: 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Location: John Jay College, 9th Floor Conference Room
Course Fee: $125
Discount Fee: $100 for Veterans and John Jay students, alumni, faculty and staff
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SYMPOSIUM ON CAREER TRANSITION:
FROM PUBLIC POLICING TO THE PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY
Often employees encounter issues when transitioning between the public and private sector. This symposium will demonstrate how an individual can successfully transition themselves between the public and private sectors. The symposium will cover the steps and processes to a successful, rewarding transition by highlighting the following topics:
The first part of the Symposium will cover these topics:
1. Matching Public Service Experiences with Private Sector Opportunities
2. Identifying Career Opportinities in the Private Sector for former Public Service Professionals
The second part of the Symposium will stress the set-up of a business by:
1. Identifying Licensure and Reglatory Requirements for Individuals, Consultants, and Security Business Owners
2. Demonstrate Complimentary yet Distinct Differences in Professional Approaches employed by Public and Private Sector interests
3. Advise on how to Create and Market a Security Firm, an Investigative Service, and Security Guard Business
4. Highlight Revenue and Income Potential from a Successful Transition
- Mark Camillo, Distinguished Lecturer, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
- Robert Matthiessen, Adjunct Prfessor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
- Dennis Cunningham, Executive Vice President/ Director of Security for the National Hockey League
- Anthony Gentile, Adjunct Prfessor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
- Mary Raymond, Director of Security for the Chicago Mercantile Exchange
- Erica Harrison, American Society for Industrial Security, Director of Security
- James Tchir, New Jersey State Police
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Date: October 18, 2016
Time: 9:00AM - 3:00PM
Course Fee: $129
Discount Fee: $99 before September 1, 2016
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OPEN SOURCE INTELLIGENCE
This seminar provides a framework for searching and analyzing publicly available online content by utilizing advanced web searches. You will gain experience in information gathering strategies that will help you learn more about individuals, companies, and entities as well as what is out there about you and your business or client. Intelligence gathering processes and web strategies include advanced Google searches, specific person searches and social network data mining (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn). Social network data mining includes real time searches that can alert you to pending incidents, such as a protest or demonstration being planned geographically or targeting your facility. In addition we will cover search anonymization, website evaluation and photograph searches/hidden information. The methods taught are possible with basic internet skills. This course is open to security professionals as well as undergraduate and graduate students.