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Urban Public Transit – Policing and Security Conference

From Sunday 30 April 2017
To Tuesday 02 May 2017
Objectives

  • Educate and validate;
    • How and why ‘moving cities’ are unique and why they demand a unique style of policing
  • Better understand the environment;
    • Addressing sex offending on transit
    • Mental illness and suicide
    • Detecting, preventing and responding to terrorism
    • Opportunities for transit system operators and police to best collaborate to provide public safety
    • Optimum policing/security models for efficiency and effectiveness
Target Audience

  • Police executives, managers and supervisors responsible for policing rail transit systems
  • Transit system executives, managers and supervisors
  • Government officials charged with decision making responsibilities on mass transit systems
  • Members of Police and Transit governance structures
  • Executives and managers of jurisdictional police departments that have Transit Police/Security working within their borders
Approach

  • Scene setting
    • Defining the unique challenges and characteristics of mass transit systems as opposed to a street landscape (psycho-social perspective)
  • Policing delivery
    • Responding to the unique policing (safety and security) demands of transit systems
  • Technology
    • How it might help us to be more effective and efficient

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