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Wednesday 13th June 2018 - Day 2


09:00 - 09:30
Registration

Wednesday 13th June 09:30 - 10:30

Opening Presentations

CONFERENCE MODERATOR

Director
Ian Hutcheson

Director
Ian Hutcheson Associates Limited


KEYNOTE PRESENTATION:

Multiple police forces, myriad stakeholders, finite resources: coordinating protective security operations at UK airports

Chief Superintendent Jim Read

Head of Metropolitan Police Aviation Policing Command
Metropolitan Police Service


KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

Private-public security partnerships – deepening cooperation among all stakeholders on the airport campus

Alexis Long

Head of Security Intelligence
Heathrow Airport


SPECIAL GUEST PRESENTATION:

The 22 March 2016 Brussels Airport Bombings: The attacks – and afterwards

Senior Security Expert, Compliance & Operations Continuity
Wilfried Covent

Senior Security Expert, Compliance & Operations Continuity
Brussels Airport Company



10:30 - 11:30
Refreshment Break

Wednesday 13th June 11:30 - 12:30

Counterterrorism and airports: The multi-agency and multi-stakeholder collaborative responses to the threat

Collaboration:

Operation Scottsdale – a truly multi-agency initiative, visibly making airports non-permissive environments for criminality

Monique Wrench

Deputy Director
UK Border Force (and Insider Threat Lead)


Collaboration:

Developing a comprehensive CT programme for Toronto Pearson Airport – lessons in excellence learned from cultivating relationships with, and benchmarking airports around the globe (especially the UK)

Manager – Security Regulatory Compliance and Infrastructure
Jim McWilliams

Manager – Security Regulatory Compliance and Infrastructure
Greater Toronto Airports Authority


Collaboration

Effectively using Project Servator in airport counter-terrorism

Chief Inspector, Specialist Operations, Aviation Policing
Richard Goodwin

Chief Inspector, Specialist Operations, Aviation Policing
London City Airport



12:30 - 13:30
Lunch

Wednesday 13th June 13:30 - 14:30

Beyond intelligence: dealing with the physical threats

Exercise Raptor 5:

The May 2018 ground-breaking Exercise Raptor 5 at the disused Heathrow Terminal 1 – the lessons learned from this major training exercise involving firearms, military, hostage negotiators, dogs, Heathrow staff, and hundreds of others

Chief Superintendent Dawn Morris


Metropolitan Police Service

Sam Grashoff

Business Resilience Manager. Airport Operations
Heathrow Airport


PRESENTATION

Criminal and terrorist drone mitigation at airports

Nick Best

Security Risk Manager
Heathrow Airport

Gerry Corbett

UAS Policy (Operations) Safety and Airspace Regulation Group
UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)

Director
Roland Wilkinson

Director
OpenWorks Engineering



14:30 - 15:00
Refreshment Break

Wednesday 13th June 15:00 - 15:30

Ensuring robust quality assurance across all our airport security management systems

CLOSING KEYNOTE:

Director Aviation Security
Peter Drissell

Director Aviation Security
UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)


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