Behavioural Analysis 2024 Gtech Community Stadium, Brentford
Behavioural Analysis 2024 will offer valuable, practical insights into the behavioural analysis techniques used to identify individuals with negative intent at sports stadia, entertainment complexes, transportation hubs, governmental institutions, tourist attractions, city centres and other crowded places. The papers will include a blend of academic and practitioner viewpoints with all speakers being asked to ensure that their presentations include actionable takeaways for security practitioners, governmental regulators and academic researchers alike.
In the current challenging geopolitical climate, and whilst the globe is still in post-pandemic recovery mode, all venues are becoming increasingly concerned about how they can protect themselves and the public from terrorist, criminal and other hostile attacks. The poor mental health experienced by so many, along with insider and online threats, are also taxing those with responsibility for keeping society secure. Those in the security industry are keen to broaden their knowledge and skillsets to deal with an ever-broadening array of threats that may be undetectable by technology alone and that have the potential to go unnoticed in places where large crowds gather.