Utah Department of Public Safety


Emergency ManagementEvent Security Planning for Public Safety Professionals (MGT-335)

Event Security Planning for Public Safety Professionals is a 16-hour course designed to educate small and rural community public safety personnel, as well as local officials, regarding security concerns and considerations involved with planning any event. This course enables participants to recognize and plan adequate strategies and security measures to prevent or mitigate security incidents which may occur during scheduled events.  The course reinforces the importance and magnitude of security planning required to execute a safe and effective event regardless of the size.  

Topics covered include but are not limited to:

• guiding principles for event security

• fundamentals of risk assessment (risk, threat, and vulnerability assessments)

• key components of event security planning such as MOAs, emergency action plans, resource requirements, communications, etc.

• role of actionable security intelligence

• decision-based video scenarios to practice planning for potential incidents, hazards, and exposures

• event planning exercise

To register for this course go to: U-Train

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