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Speaking Point: California is getting ready for the Superbowl this February. Final team standings are being played out each weekend. It should be fun and entertaining. But recall some past similar events like the Los Angeles Laker Championship celebration that turned into torched police cars, shattered and looted businesses and injured fans. Or some of the post game college celebrations with similar results. And then there is the general crimes of pickpocketing, theft and robbery, car theft and burglary, and identity theft. And if that isnt enough, the recent acts of terrorists to attack, or attempt to attack sporting events. It could be dangerous to go and have fun at one of these events.

Speaking Point: National Special Security Event (NSSE) In May of 1998, President Clinton issued Presidential Decision Directive 62 (PDD-62). In effect, this directive formalized and delineated the roles and responsibilities of federal agencies in the development of security plans for major events. The clarifying of responsibilities serves to focus more clearly the role of each agency and eliminate the duplication of efforts and resources.

Speaking Point: In 2000, the Presidential Protection Act of 2000 became public law. Included in the bill, signed on December 19, was an amendment to Title 18, USC ยง 3056 which codified PDD-62. Now, with the support of federal law, the Secret Service is authorized to participate "in the planning, coordination and implementation of security operations at special events of national significance."

Speaking Point: The United States Secret Service was officially tasked with the responsibility to monitor, coordinate and manage major sporting event security, when there is a national interest. Why would this be necessary? Because it is a reasonable possibility that not just simple street crime could occur, but worse yet, a terrorist act could occur. Should you trust that all will be well, I say No!

Speaking Point: Awareness and planning for you and your family or event party are essential to doing your part to promote safe and fun enjoyment of these kinds of events.

Speaking Point: Issues to consider include travel and transportation. How should you get there and when. The fact is most of your transportation accommodation will be controlled. If you drive your own vehicle you will park where they tell you to park. If you take public transportation you go where they take you, and when. If you use a limo service there will be a designated location for drop off and pick up. Each of these methods could require their own level of planning and mitigation of risk.

Speaking Point: Knowing where you are and your escape options is a tactical consideration for Spies and Operators. When at a major sporting event you might benefit from reviewing where you will be located, where your exits are, what potential obstacles are present in the event of something happening. Where a good Rally Point might be in an emergency...do you know the Rally Point concept? All the "what if's!"

Speaking Point: So great, you came in your own vehicle. Can you quickly and efficiently locate and get to your vehicle if you need to?

Speaking Point: You will have event credentials. You have tickets, you have parking passes, you have identity documents...where do you keep them? Exposing such documents offers them to criminals. Having and using credit cards exposes them to scanning and theft. You will likely spend cash at these events. Where should you keep that cash, and how do you prevent others from taking it from you? Having only what you need at the time you will be using it, protects you from losing it all. With credit cards you should be mindful of maintaining possession of your card, or at least keeping your eye on it when a merchant takes possession.

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