Stadium Security: Podcast with Lou Marciani of NCS4

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Dr. Lou Marciani, director of the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) at the University of Southern Mississippi, talks about current trends in stadium security in this podcast.

Lou Marciani.jpgMuch of NSC4's work centers on sports event risk management. The center has conducted some 40 workshops that train campus security operations--police, hazmat, sports administration, emergency management, medical personnel--in stadium security--and will conduct at least 40 more next spring and summer. As part of Southern Miss, the center also offers academic and certificate programs in stadium and event security, as well as an online program for training stadium employees and personnel.

Looking at technology, Marciani (pictured) also notes that architectures that bring video management together with access control systems, biometrics and other security tasks under centralized physical security information management are just beginning to find their way into major venues, but he sees tremendous potential for their use. 

Thanks also to Avigilon for helping line up this interview.
Dr. Lou Marciani, director of the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) at the University of Southern Mississippi, talks about current trends in stadium security in this podcast.

Lou Marciani.jpgMuch of NSC4's work centers on sports event risk management. The center has conducted some 40 workshops that train campus security operations--police, hazmat, sports administration, emergency management, medical personnel--in stadium security--and will conduct at least 40 more next spring and summer. As part of Southern Miss, the center also offers academic and certificate programs in stadium and event security, as well as an online program for training stadium employees and personnel.

Looking at technology, Marciani (pictured) also notes that architectures that bring video management together with access control systems, biometrics and other security tasks under centralized physical security information management are just beginning to find their way into major venues, but he sees tremendous potential for their use. 

Thanks also to Avigilon for helping line up this interview.

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