January 2023 - ONLINE COURSE: Masterclass - Lifecycle of Events


Tuesday January 24th – Tuesday February 7th 2023

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SyI Member
£20.00 + £0.00 tax
All grades of membership welcome (Associate, Affiliate, Member, Fellow, Student, Retired)
£20.00 + £0.00 tax
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£25.00 + £0.00 tax
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Date: Tuesday 24th and 31st January, and 7th February

Time: 10 AM - 12 (UK time)

Price: SyI Members and CSyPs: £20.00 / Non-Members £25.00

About this event... 

The Security Masterclass: Protective Security Considerations in Publicly Accessible Locations

The aim of the Masterclass is to offer those attending the opportunity to discuss Protective Security Considerations in Publicly Accessible Locations with a range of Subject Matter Experts led by Pete Dalton MSyI.

Hosted over three two-hour weekly sessions, this masterclass was designed to minimise disruption to your working day. 

This series will provide awareness and CPD in a range of areas including:


1.    Considering threats to events

2.    Current CT threats

3.    Threat assessments- Why, how and who?

4.    Conducting vulnerability assessments

5.    Developing an integrated event management team

6.    Developing a Protective Security Concept of Operations

7.    Integrating Safety, Security & Security

8.    Countering Hostile Reconnaissance

9.    Developing a layered security plan

10.  Considering event management & incident response

11.  Applying principles through an immersive case study TTX

               Pete Dalton  

Pete is an international Protective Security Consultant and former UK Specialist Police Commander; with most of his Police service dedicated to Specialist Operations. Pete was the Head of Department, responsible for the Protection of Royalty & Diplomatic VIPs and Protected Sites. Pete was a Counter Terrorism Security Coordinator and remains as an associate with the College of Policing. Pete has international Law Enforcement and Private Sector command and consultancy experience in incident command, event management, developing complex concepts of operations and all aspects of crowded place planning.

Pete has planned & performed key crowded space and counter terrorism command roles at events of national and international significance. He now consults widely across crowded space management, protective security & incident response.

Pete is an international instructor with the National Centre for Spectator Sport Safety & Security (NCS4), through the development of the International Sports Safety & Security Training Programme with Interpol Project Stadia. He has delivered training to commanders from 60 Countries.

Pete coordinated the 2022 Interpol project to produce a Law Enforcement Guide for managing COVID-19 risk at major crowded space events.

Pete has designed and delivered an international Counter Terrorism and Protective Security Awareness course for the Event Sector. This has been delivered on-line, in-person and via TV Broadcast.

He is active in designing and delivering education, presentations and CPD at a range of international events & conferences.


 You can earn CPD points for attending

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Starts: Tuesday, January 24th 2023 at 10:00am
Ends: Tuesday, February 7th 2023 at 12:00pm

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Timezone: Europe/London
Bookings close: January 23rd 2023


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