Sunday, April 29, 2012
Security Threat Assessment Conference
Iona College to Present Second Conference On Security Threat Assessment, May 17, 2012
Law Enforcement Experts to Address Domestic Terrorism and Other Security Threats at Day-Long Session for Practitioners
DISCOUNT RATE FOR FIRST RESPONDERS, CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRACTITIONERS, AND STUDENTS - Undergraduate and Graduate
New Rochelle, NY (April 2012) Top local, state and federal law enforcement experts will participate in Iona College’s Second Annual Conference on Security Threat Assessment from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Thursday, May 17th at the college’s Christopher J. Murphy Auditorium, 715 North Avenue, New Rochelle.
Among the topics that will be addressed are:
• Security Threat Assessment and Its Significance Today
• Fraud & Money Laundering: Detecting the Links in the Criminal Cycle
• Strategies for Crisis Management
• Threat Assessment Issues for College Campuses, including Clery Compliance and Dating Violence
• Cyber-crime and Terrorism
• Security Threat Issues in the Classroom for K-12 for educators and administrators
• Community-wide Approaches to Crisis Management and Preparedness
This year, we will be holding specific break-out groups to give participants a more intimate setting with practitioners on special concerns within their own fields regarding security threat assessment issues. Topics include: First response measures and special issues for campus security, domestic and dating issues for educators and medical practitioner, security threats for administrators at K-12 schools, radicalization of youth, and money laundering and the impact on terrorist financing. All sessions, including break-out groups will be taught by leaders in the field of security threat assessment and crisis management.
To sign up for break-out groups or for more information, please email Dr. Cathryn Lavery at Clavery@iona.edu or call (914) 633-2597.