SYDNEY – Masterclass #5 Threat Assessment and #6 Criminal Threat Management

$250.00$495.00

Conducted by ASRC Research Associate, David Harding, a security professional with over 30 years experience, these two Masterclasses (held over a morning and afternoon), will bring together security, law enforcement, risk management and threat management personnel to discuss, learn and share their professional experiences in Threat Assessment and Threat Management.

Where
Aerial UTS Function Centre, located within the UTS Broadway Campus in Building 10, Level 7 (235 Jones St)

When – 10th August 2017
0830-1330 – Morning  Session  – includes morning tea and finishing with lunch $250 (plus GST)
$225 for members of Professional Security Organisations (plus GST)
1230-1630 – Afternoon Session – commencing with lunch, and including afternoon tea $250 (plus GST)
$225 for members of Professional Security Organisations (plus GST)

Both classes $450 (plus GST)
$405 for members of Professional Security Organisations (plus GST) 

 

Threat Assessment – Morning Class
This Masterclass will review methods to conduct a threat assessment. The session will commence with an outline of the difference between a Threat Assessment and a Risk Assessment, and the benefits of including a threat assessment in an organisation’s risk management structure. The class will examine research and appraisal methods to identify those persons who wish to harm the community or organisation and their location along their own development pathway. Additionally, the relationship between a threat actor’s background, previous history, causes and sources of belief systems, and capabilities will be reviewed. Finally, there will be a discussion on how best to integrate the threat assessment into an organisation’s risk management structure.

Criminal Threat Management – Afternoon Class
This Masterclass introduces a management strategy that focuses on human-centric threat actors within the protective security environment. Criminal Threat Management co-ordinates management resources to guide, counter or neutralise the behavioural process taken by a criminal. Criminal Threat Management seeks to identify and counteract a criminal’s intention and attack planning cycle. The session will focus on methods to guide, counter or neutralise a threat actor depending on their location along the threat actor’s development pathway. In addition, situational crime prevention/security control measures will be identified that are best suited to reduce the opportunity that specific threat actors have. Finally, there will be a discussion on how best to integrate threat management methods into an organisation’s management structure.

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