This course focuses on building capabilities for multi-agency collaboration. Intact university teams will learn to agree on basic concepts relative to: planning, risk assessment, training, exercising plans, and recovery/ business continuity through scenario-based training modules. The university teams will be composed of specialists from five distinct areas: campus police, athletic department, emergency management, Fire/HazMat, and emergency medical/health services. The expectation is for these leadership teams to return to their respective universities and coordinate development of a sport event security management system. The Sports Event Security Aware (SESA) system, developed by the Center for Spectator Sports Security Management (CSSSM), will be the basis for these back-home developments.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Completion of the following courses
- IS – 100 Introduction to Incident Command System (ICS)
- IS – 200 ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
- IS – 700 National Incident Management System (NIMS), an introduction
- IS – 800B, National Response Framework, an introduction
TopicsThe potential threats to sport events and highlight critical assets relative to college sport venues+The importance of mitigation, response, and recovery strategies will be discussed, as well as the potential legal and economic impact of a sport event incident+Sport Event Security Aware (SESA) system as a continuous improvement cycle for security management of sport venues+Incident Command System (ICS), the Unified Command System (UCS) and the location/organization/staffing of a Command Post (CP) and the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in support of a university sport event+Effective information sharing processes and development of multi-agency collaboration capabilities+Developing, updating, and implementing effective sport event security management plans+Understanding risk management concepts and the risk assessment process for sport venues+Identifying, understanding, and determining the best available protective measures for sport venues on college campuses+Developing and implementing a staff training cycle relative to sport event security management+Conducting a training exercise involving key partners and evaluate outcomes in order to address gaps and ensure continuous improvement+Implementation of the SESA system
- Athletic facility administrators
- Campus police
- Emergency medical/health services
- Local jurisdiction emergency management directors at NCAA Division I, II, and III institutions
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