International Security Expo: Protecting crowded places

Counter Terror Business talks to Nigel Cook about the relationship between safety and visitor experience and designing effective mitigation

How can events prepare against terrorist attacks?

With the 2018 FIFA World Cup taking place in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018, how can organisations best prepare against terrorist attacks?

Stepping up security for Chinese New Year

Gavin Hepburn, director at ATG Access, describes the importance of ensuring the public is kept safe during the UK’s Chinese New Year celebrations

Protective security key to future events planning

Deputy Assistant Commissioner Lucy D’Orsi has called for the commercial sector to work with police and partners to help keep the public safe

Managing the security of crowded places

At the start of June, the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) published new and updated guidance for those responsible for managing the security of crowded places

The significance of counter terrorist security at major events

Counter Terror Business looks at the importance of contingency planning at large events

Euro 2016 – a summer of security success?

Mike White revisits the state of event security at this summer’s European Championships

Taking a closer look at stadium crowd management

After what happened at the Stade de France in Paris, UK Security Expo takes a closer look at stadium crowd management and security.

Preventing terror attacks at large-scale events

The events in Paris last November were a reminder of how important event security is. Mike White looks at the significance of crowd control and how to best prepare against terrorist attacks.

Contingency planning for event security

Major events are susceptible to a large array of threats including terrorism and security breaches. As such, event organisers have a duty of care to provide a safe and enjoyable environment, says the British Security Industry Association.

The police service’s delivery of resources for largest ever pre-planned operation - the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games - has required meticulous planning

With the countdown to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games underway, a major part of the vast logistical challenge is the varied and extremely difficult task of ensuring security

Tony Ball, chairman, British Security Industry Association’s Crowd Management section, looks at some of the action the security sector has taken in the lead up to next year’s major event

James Kelly, chief executive of the British Security Industry Association, reports on the challenges and obstacles organisers of the security strategy for large-scale events encounter