MGT 335

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MGT 335 Event Security Planning for Public Safety Professionals

Course Description

This 16-hour, classroom-based course is designed to provide planning and management-level skills to public and private sector event security planners who have a lead or supporting responsibility for event security planning. The audience for this course includes local and state law enforcement personnel who are often assigned responsibility for coordinating security for planned events, as well as other planners representing emergency management, emergency medical service (EMS), fire service, and public health. Participants will be provided with the essential skills and knowledge to understand the importance of and the need for planning and managing security for special events, and to identify guiding principles and components associated with event security.

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Course Prerequisites

*No Prerequisites for this course

Audience

Emergency ManagementEmergency Medical ServicesFire ServiceGovernmental AdministrativeLaw Enforcement

Core Capabilities

Access Control and Identity VerificationCommunity ResilienceCritical TransportationInfrastructure SystemsIntelligence and Information SharingInterdiction and DisruptionOn-Scene Security and ProtectionPhysical Protective MeasuresPlanningPublic Health, Healthcare and Emergency Medical ServicesPublic Information and WarningRisk and Disaster Resilience AssessmentRisk Management for Protection, Programs and ActivitiesScreening, Search, and DetectionSituational Assessment