ASSURE SAFETY: PUBLIC SAFETY AND NIGHTLIFE SECURITY JOIN FORCES

NIGHTLIFE SETTINGS are high-intensity environments with complex dynamics and risk factors including aggression, active shooters, sexual assault, theft, crowds, vandalism, underage drinking and driving.

VENUE SAFETY is an organized alliance of nightlife businesses to formalize practices and improve communication with regulatory and enforcement agencies. A coordinated system with training, newsletters, forums and award celebrations build commitment.

PUBLIC SAFETY is an interagency collaborative to collect and organize data, identify at risk venues and patron behavior and coordinated early assistance for improved compliance.

ROUNDTABLES, LEARNING LABORATORY AND TRENDSPOTTING SESSIONS

POLICE CHIEFS SHARE INNOVATION IN NIGHTTIME PUBLIC SAFETY

Date: Monday, February 19                      Time: 10:15 - 11:45 am               Type: Roundtable Discussion

NIGHTLIFE DISTRICTS REQUIRE A UNIQUE APPROACH TO POLICING

A new standard is emerging in cities for training, deployment and scheduling of officers to work in these high-risk environments.

ATTEND THIS PANEL TO HEAR LESSONS LEARNED FROM POLICE CHIEFS

from DC, New York City and Edmonton on collaborative alliances and development of best practices to reduce crime and disorder.

Richard Myers
Executive Director
Major Cities Chiefs Association

KEVIN BREZINSKI
Deputy Chief
Edmonton Police Services

LAMAR GREENE
Patrol Chief
DC Metropolitan
Police Department

frank vega
Deputy Chief, Executive Officer, Chief of Departments
New York Police Department

 DESIGN OUT CRIME AND DISORDER IN NIGHTLIFE DISTRICTS

Date: Monday, February 19                      Time: 3:15 - 5:00 pm               Type: Learning Laboratory

CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) has a track record of success for 30 years in 20 countries. Traditionally applied to residential neighborhoods, CPTED principles are now being explored in urban nightlife environments. Macarena Rau will share her experience of applying CPTED to entertainment districts in Latin America with high rates of narco-violence.

Macarena Rau Vargas
Chair
International CPTED Association

Macarena Rau is an architect, Magister and PHD (C) in Architecture and Urbanism with wide experience leading urban and public safety projects and initiatives in Chile, Latin America and the Caribbean. She is the current chair of the International Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) Association. Macarena Rau Vargus serves as an RHI Senior Consultant.

 PLACE OF LAST DRINK

Date: Monday, February 19                      Time: 3:15 - 5:00 pm               Type: Learning Laboratory

CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) has a track record of success for 30 years in 20 countries. Traditionally applied to residential neighborhoods, CPTED principles are now being explored in urban nightlife environments. Macarena Rau will share her experience of applying CPTED to entertainment districts in Latin America with high rates of narco-violence.

 THANKS TO OUR PROMOTIONAL PARTNERS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY

The Major Cities Chiefs Association (MCCA) has partnered with RHI since the 2015 Leadership Summit in Los Angeles. This year, the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement and International CPTED Association join us.

 THANKS TO OUR PROMOTIONAL PARTNERS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY

The Major Cities Chiefs Association (MCCA) has partnered with RHI since the 2015 Leadership Summit in Los Angeles. This year, the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement and International CPTED Association join us.

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