Chief Daniel Linskey, the Boston Police Department Superintendent-in-Chief who oversaw the response to the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing Attack, will discuss best practices for managing large-scale event safety. Chief Linskey will give an overview of what systems should be in place before a crisis, with a particular focus on the utilization of social media.
He will discuss how threat alert systems can help students, schools and the public stay safe from threats of harm – including self-harm – in today’s social media-centric world….
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