A three-day conference exploring how the observation of behavioural indicators and the utilisation of tactical risk analysis and non-racial profiling techniques can help mitigate the threat posed by those with hostile or criminal intent.
Following the success of Behavioural Analysis 2018, which brought together 150 participants from 30 countries, we are excited to announce the second edition of Behavioural Analysis which will be held at Mall of America®, Minneapolis, USA on 21-23 May 2019.
In the current socio-political climate, sporting, music and other large-scale entertainment venues are becoming increasingly concerned about how they can protect themselves and the public from terrorist, criminal and other forms of attacks. Likewise, those in the security industry are under pressure to broaden their knowledge and skillset to deal with an array of threats that may be undetectable solely through technology or that may otherwise go unnoticed in large crowds.
Behavioural Analysis 2019 will offer valuable, practical insight into behavioural analysis techniques used to identify individuals with negative intent at large-scale sports and entertainment venues, transportation hubs, governmental institutions, and tourist attractions. As in Cardiff, where Behavioural Analysis 2018 took place, the papers will include a blend of academic and practitioner viewpoints but will now be even more international in nature as we take the event across ‘The Pond’ and move from a sports stadium to one of the largest retail and entertainment complexes in the United States – to our hosts and headline sponsor, Mall of America®.
Behavioural Analysis 2019 is a must-attend conference for those responsible for the security of
OUTDOOR FESTIVALS & EVENTS
MASS TRANSPORT HUBS
Topics will include:
- Hostile Reconnaissance Indicators
- Lone Wolf Behaviour
- Suicide Bomber Intervention
- Recognising Mental Health Disorders
- Group Offenders
- Sexually Deviant Behaviour in Public
- Crowd Dynamics
- Non-Racial Profiling Techniques
- Addressing Religious & Ethnic Concerns
- Halo Effect & Stereotyping
- Spotlight Effect & Paranoia
- Forensic Linguistics
- Questioning Styles
- Intelligent CCTV
- Voice, Temperature and Gait Analysis
- Physiological Stress Indicators
- Training to Detect
- Behavioural Detection Officer Deployment
- Communicating Concerns
- Court-siding & Fixated Threats
- Online Behavioural Analytics
- Insider Threat Identification
- Case Studies
- Mall of America Tour
Our full programme will be announced shortly.
If you are interested in contributing your knowledge and expertise to this exciting event as a speaker, please contact our conference Chair, Philip Baum, at firstname.lastname@example.org.