The National Center for Spectator Sports Safety & Security announced several more speakers for its annual conference, to be held August 2-4 in New Orleans. 

Professor G. Keith Still will speak on crowd dynamics. He is a expert and leading lecturer in crowd management, crowd safety; pedestrian movement, and evacuation planning. He’s also a professor at Bucks New University (UK) and Fellow of the Institute of Maths. He has developed and deployed real-time command and control systems for some of the world’s major events and provides tailored consultancy, software and teaching modules worldwide. 

Leonard J. Bonacci, director of Event Operations for the Philadelphia Eagles, will discuss how to balance marketing with safety and security. His responsibilities with the Eagles include overseeing and directing the game day and special event operations at Lincoln Financial Field, the NovaCare Complex (the Eagles training and executive office facility) and associated parking venues. 
Other speakers include:

Jill Pepper, executive director for TEAM Coalition, Inc., will discuss alcohol management at sporting events.

Tamara D. Madensen, assistant professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas,
will address specific issues regarding spectator violence.

Todd McGhee, president and Co-founder of Protecting the Homeland Innovations, LLC training firm, will discuss strategies in keeping ahead of the terrorist.

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