Skip to comments.LAPD To Brief Private Security On Nairobi Attack
Posted on 09/26/2013 8:09:45 PM PDT by BenLurkin
Deputy Chief Michael Downing, who will lead the discussion, said the Oct. 15 meeting will include heads of private security representing some 45,000 security guards, including those who work at malls, hotels, clubs, sporting venues and high-rises.
He says the group will debrief on what occurred in Kenya, where militants attacked an upscale mall last weekend and settled in for a four-day siege.
The group will talk about how to deal with shooters, how to identify and protect vulnerable areas known as soft targets, which are frequented by the public and usually difficult to defend. Theyll also work to find ways to improve the exchange of information between private security and law enforcement.
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