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Dr. Lou Marciani will be inducted into the University of Southern Mississippi's Alumni Hall of Fame.
The 111-lb. metal artifact from the World Trade Center became part of a permanent memorial at the entrance to NCS4 at the Trent Lott National Center in Hattiesburg, Miss. on September 11, 2013.
Professional and collegiate stadiums and arenas have been identified by the Department of Homeland Security as potential targets for terrorist activity.
William Evans ran in the 2013 Boston Marathon and then led the Boston PD's field response from Boylston to Watertown.
Earvin "Magic" Johnson is working with NCS4 and eVerifile to establish certification guides for safety and security in sporting venues.
Has the industry lost its edge of vigilance? At MetLife Stadium, a record-breaking event with 90,000 Jews required a united effort and more than a little vigilance.
Gordon Graham breaks down how to regard levels of risk by levels of frequency, as well as how high-risk, low-frequency event disasters can be avoided and risks mitigated through training.
Some sports fans will inevitably park off-site in different privately-owned lots around a venue, but how can venue security directors manage the problems that come through their gates from these under-regulated lots?
The annual conference on sports safety and security kicks off with a panel on spectator violence prevention.