Experts weigh in on fan violence at NCS4 Conference’s National Forum | News
Only a small percentage of fans engage in violence at sporting events, but in order to keep venues safe for all fans, the teams and personnel, rules about behavior must be clear and consistently enforced.
That was the sentiment among some of the country’s most highly respected and recognized experts in safety and security, as they shared their insights and answered questions from audience members at the 2012 National Sports Safety and Security Conference and Exhibition’s National Forum Tuesday in New Orleans.
The event was hosted by the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security at The University of Southern Mississippi and focused on securing sport and entertainment venues against the threat of specator violence. It included representatives from many of the country’s major professional sports leagues, as well as directors and coordinators of security for large organization in the public and private sectors.
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