Security & Counter Terror Expo2014-02-19 09:48:07

A brief interview with Nick Goldby, Senior Security Consultant at Arup's Resilience, Security and Risk Practice
Nick will be speaking on the subject of Design-led Crime Prevention in the Built Environment at this years Counter Terror World

Q: What are you speaking about?
A: Designing out crime through tactical design and the effective use of the built environment. The role of surveillance, access management, territoriality and environmental quality. How good design can deliver natural crime prevention strategies. Engagement & working with partners to deliver good design solutions.

Q: What do you consider to be the main counter terrorism and security risks around the world in 2014?
A: That identified threats and risks, both from terrorism and crime, are not recognised or seriously considered by everyone in the design and planning of the built environment and public spaces. That engagement with security, emergency management or business continuity professionals is often an afterthought in the design process.

Q: What key points of the speech?
A: Engagement and working with partners to deliver good design solutions.

Q: What one thing would you want your audience to take away from your speech?
A: Early engagement with stakeholders is essential for designing out crime.

Q: Who should attend your presentation?
A: Built environment designers and planners.

Nick's bio:
Nick joined Arup from the Metropolitan Police's Counter Terrorism Protective Security Command where he was a Licensed (Graduate) Counter Terrorism Security Advisor (CTSA). He is skilled in security and counter terrorism management principles, emergency response and contingency planning, business continuity and the implementation of risk based solutions within challenging public and private environments. Nick is also one of the first appointed Secured by Design Licensed Consultants. He is licensed by the Official UK Police Security Initiative "Secured by Design" - owned by the UK Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO). Nick is a Member of the Security Institute and a Certified Business Continuity professional.

Nick has delivered protective security advice to many sites at risk of crime and terrorism within the UK and overseas. Nick's CTSA areas of work included sites within the British Home Office's "Protecting Crowded Places" project and those that hold hazardous or dangerous material - explosive, biological, radiological and chemical. He has also worked closely with the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) at sites within the water, communications, energy, emergency services and other critical national infrastructure sectors. More recently Nick's Arup roles have included being the Interim Head of Security and Security Adviser for the London Legacy Development Corporation's development of the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on the legacy site of the London 2012 Olympic Games and several other significant UK projects.


For more information contact:
Olympia
London
United Kingdom


 


Email: info@worldsecurity-index.com By using worldsecurity-index.com you are agreeing to our Conditions of Use.
© KNM Media Kent Ltd 2017. All rights reserved.