Sport Event Risk Management
This curriculum is focused upon 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.
- Develop a list of critical tasks to be carried out to prevent occurences, reduce loss of life or serious injuries, and mitigate significant property damage
- Translate sport event missions and operations to “action plans” for effective security management and disaster incident response
- Develop and implement “Best Practices” plans for sports event security management
This course has a limited offering with priority to Division 1A sporting events and large venue special events. Certain criteria for event size must be met prior to scheduling. Scheduling coordinators will work with the requesting entity to determine eligibility.
Prerequisites & Other Information:
Participants are highly encouraged to complete IS- 100.b, IS-200.b, IS-700.a, and IS-800.b
No tuition is charged.
How is this course offered:
Delivered onsite at a location designated by the requesting jurisdiction.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: 601.266.5999 or Daniel.L.Ward@usm.edu
or 800.423.8433 (toll-free) or firstname.lastname@example.org
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