New Rochelle, NY (February 2011) Top local, state and federal law enforcement experts will participate in Iona College’s first Conference on Security Threat Assessment from 8 AM to 5 PM, Friday, March 25 at the college’s Christopher J. Murphy Auditorium, 715 North Avenue, New Rochelle.
Among the topics that will be addressed are:
Defining Security Threat Assessment and Its Significance Today
Security Threat Groups – The Challenges of Gangs
Best Practice Strategies and Crisis Management Planning for Public and Private
New Faces of Terrorism: The Radicalization of America
Emerging Trends in Terrorism – What the Future Holds
Cathryn Lavery, Conference Coordinator and Chair of Iona’s Criminal Justice Department, which is presenting the conference, said: “This will be the most comprehensive overview of security threat presented by experts who are actively working in the field.” She also noted that the conference is designed for terrorism experts and consultants, educators, court officials, school and private security representatives, hospital administrators, social workers and other practitioners and students majoring in education, criminal justice and political science.