This course is designed to build capabilities for
multi-agency collaboration pertaining to risk management for sport events. It
introduces the seven-step sport security risk management process, including the
idea of risk management and setting risk management goals for sport events,
identifying assets that need protecting and determining risk, implementing
planning and mitigation actions, and implementing after-action review for
events as well as incidents. Through activity-based training modules, intact
security teams will enhance their ability for planning, risk assessment,
training, and exercising practices specific to conducting sport events. The
expectation is for participants to return to their respective organization and
coordinate the development of a sport event security management system.
This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE)
requirements for AWR167 Sport Event Risk Management course #78399.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Completion of the following courses
- IS–100.B: Introduction to Incident Command System (ICS)
- IS-700.A: National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction
- IS-15.B: Special Events Contingency Planning for Public Safety Agencies
- IS-200.B: ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
- IS-800.B: National Response Framework, An Introduction
TopicsDiscuss and understand the global threat environment directed at soft targets and identify sport event and special event threats.+Build an effective risk management team.+Relate threat, hazard, and risk management concepts and the self-assessment process for sports venues and events facilities.+Identify, understand, and determine the best available physical and non-physical protective measures for sport event facilities/venues.+Identify event and emergency operational planning considerations, including the importance of the event action plan and the difference between event planning and incident action planning.+Develop and implement a staff training cycle relative to sport event security and safety management.+Identify various exercise options and how to conduct an exercise involving key partners and evaluate performance in order to address gaps and ensure continuous improvement.+Apply risk management procedures to a multi-agency, multi-discipline scenario.
- Emergency Management
- Emergency Medical Services
- Fire Services
- Governmental Administrative
- Hazardous Material
- Law Enforcement
- Public Health Communications
- Public Safety Communications
- Security and Safety
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