Security in Venues - From Protection to Detection

Qudos Bank Arena, 19 Edwin Flack Ave, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
Members: $50.50 Non-Members: $61.50


April Breakfast Seminar

"Security in Venues - From Protection to Detection"











Presentations by:

Warren McGhee - Security Manager, Qudos Bank Arena

Warren is an experienced Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the security and investigations industry. Skilled in Crisis Management, Negotiation, Physical Security, Close Protection, and Personal Security. Warren has led the overhaul of the security monitoring system's with a state of the art security control room that is innovative and functional. Warren has integrated facial recognition technology into their security system which has proven to be a hit with the local law enforcement agencies.

Warren will be giving members and their guests are tour of the security control room and a presentation of the challenges faced during development.


Mick Goodwin - CEO, DogForce Australia.           

Mick was formerly the Commander of the NSW Police Dog Unit and served with the NSW Police Force for 30 years, completing his distinguished career as the Superintendent in charge of Australia’s largest K9 law enforcement unit. In his role as head of the NSW Police Dog Unit, Mick oversaw a number of cutting edge strategies including the introduction of the NSW Police Detection Dog Breeding Program.

Since entering the private sector Mick has delivered a number of major contracts including training the Royal Papua New Guinea Police Constabulary on behalf of the Australian Federal Police in preparation for the 2018 APEC Summit. Mick has also authored policy for government organisations on the use of detection dogs in addition to establishing Dog Force Australia as the country’s leading explosive and narcotic detection dog providers.

Mick will be providing a presentation on the varied roles that canines play in an ever changing security environment and will give an insight into some of the training techniques utilised in their development. There will also be a demonstration component to show some of the capabilities of working dogs in security.

** For Certified Members this event will be worth one (1) Continuous Professional Education credit.

** We will have a computer setup on the day for anyone wishing to sign up and become an ASIS member and for any new members that sign up on the day, their "sponsor" will go into the draw for a completely paid CPP Exam and subscription to the CPP Online Review valued at $1300. **

** Parking is available at the P1 Carpark off Edwin Flack Drive which is closest to the venue **


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