Events

July 9, 2014 – Data Driven Security Strategies Across the World

RSN board members met with academic and private security colleagues in the United Kingdom on July 9th 2014. In collaboration with the Centre of Excellence in Terrorism, Resilience, Intelligence & Organised Crime Research (CENTRIC) and SAP, RSN participated in the Future of Policing event. Billed as the essential event for law enforcement professionals the event took place at the SAP Innovation Center. The event featured speakers who are the key influential thinkers and opinion shapers from the worlds of policing and security, both in the UK and USA. Topics of discussion included the future challenges facing the police in today’s digitally connected society. 

For more information on the event, visit http://www.news-sap.com/sap-police-leaders-explore-data-driven-security-strategies-urbanizing-world/

 

June 20, 2014 – Lessons from the Anthrax Attacks

Law enforcement leadership, represented by the United States Capitol Police, provided Critical Incident Analysis Group (CIAG) colleagues and Expert Behavioral Analysis Panel (EBAP) members a briefing of the events surrounding the response to the Anthrax mailing attacks of October 2001.EBAP Picture 1

 

 

 

 

June 20, 2014 – Anthrax and Insider Threatanthrax2

Colleagues within the Critical Incident Analysis Group (CIAG) joined with members of the Expert Behavioral Analysis Panel (EBAP) in a briefing hosted by the American National Red Cross at their Disaster Operations Center. Panel members from Duke, Harvard, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Rochester, University of Virginia, and the American Red Cross briefed governmental and law enforcement colleagues on their panel’s findings and recommendations.

June 17, 2014 – Faculty Governance and Disaster ResponsefacultyGovernance

Christopher Holstege, MD, who chaired the Faculty Senate from 2013-2014, joined senate colleague Gweneth West and 2014-2015 Chairman of the General Faculty Council, Gregory Saathoff, MD, in briefing university leaders in disaster response and the role of faculty in designing university-related response planning.

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