While COVID-19 initially resulted in country-wide lock downs, restriction are carefully being lifted meaning cities will be soon be operating at maximum capacity.
Some might think that the lock down prevents terrorist and other acts of violence however the reality is it can further enable radicalisation and preparation.
This pandemic has placed an even greater level of importance on keeping critical infrastructure and cities safe.
What can we do to identify threats, protect and provide resilience to keep them operating and safe for the public?
This virtual event will focus on ways to develop effective security and safety strategies to ensure operational continuity of public venues and facilities.
Acting Assistant Secretary, Disaster Risk Reduction Branch,
Department of Home Affairs
Director Emergency Management Emergency Management Unit
Solutions Director ANZ
Director, Strategic Priorities & Identity, Office of the Commissioner
NSW Police Force
ACT Emergency Services Agency
Public Safety Innovation Director
Emergency Management & Community Capability
Queensland Fire & Emergency Services
Public Sector Network Adviser and CEO