International Event Guidance
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A guide focusing on the key aspects of event planning and the council’s event requirements. It provides a useful reference but is not a definitive source.
A guide with introductory information for security. It includes details about general guarding, guarding with dogs, firearms, crowd control, bodyguards and licensees in Tasmania.
A guide designed for event supervisors and managers which can also be used by waste contractors, local councils and waste educators.
The study provides clarity on these threats from 2014 on “active shooter” incidents, designed to help law enforcement with data so they can better understand how to prevent, prepare for and recover from these incidents.
A guide developed by the meetings and events industry of Australia it is in partnership with the human rights and equal opportunity commission and is designed for people organising events to ensure accessibility for all.
Guidelines designed to increase the understanding of an active armed offender in a crowd. They highlight key roles for owners and operators: so they can prevent, prepare and respond to the risks proposed by such a threat.
Active Armed Offender Guidelines for Crowded Places, Appendix B
Active Armed Offender Guidelines for Crowded Places, Appendix C
Guidelines designed to increase the understanding of threats posed by an active shooter. They highlight key roles for owners and operators: so they can prevent, prepare and respond to the risks proposed by such a threat.
An Act establishing the Adelaide Festival Centre Trust, defining the functions and powers, to provide for the Adelaide Festival Centre management and operations.
An Act to provide for the erection in the City of Adelaide of a Festival Theatre and for the
financing there of and matters connected therewith and incidental there to and for other
A document aim to strike a balance between events in park lands and recognising their unique environmental needs of event sites. The plan looks at identifying suitable event spaces in parkland and providing guidance on how to fit the event types of the site.
An Act to empower the Governor to make regulations and the Council of the Royal
Agricultural and Horticultural Society of South Australia Incorporated, to make by-laws
for certain purposes.
An Act to provide for the issue to a person of at least 15 years of a card that may be used as proof of the age of its holder, and matters relating to the card
An Act making provisions for the treatment and control of people suffering with alcohol dependency or drug dependency. It brings an end to the provisions of the Inebriates Act 1885 and the Inebriate Hospitals Act 1892 and certain provisions of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1959.
A project aiming to develop a document for police services all across Australia identify the best practice strategies to reduce alcohol-related harm in licensed premises.
An act with three main parts are; providing treatment, management, care and habilitation of people experiencing alcohol or drug use problems, promoting and subsidising research and education into alcohol and other drug use problems, establishing a coordinated focus on alcohol and other drug through the mental health implications.
This study identifies key risk factors impacting the crowd controller to patron ratio decision and develops
decision aids (Crowd Controller Assessment Tools) for use by those faced with advising on, or making
decisions about, crowd management. In undertaking this enquiry, current Australian and international literature
were reviewed to contextualise the project and create a basis for understanding a range of factors that impact
crowd and alcohol-related violence in the context of public events and venues.
Factors that impact the ratios of crowd control and the tools and steps needed to take during certain public scenarios at events and venues.
This resource aims to provide practical guidance to event holders to assist with managing risks
associated with their events.
An Act to promote equality of opportunity for everyone by protecting them from unfair discrimination in certain areas of activity and from sexual harassment and certain associated objectionable conduct
An Act to prohibit discrimination and other specified conduct and to provide for the investigation and conciliation of, and inquiry into, complaints in relation to such discrimination and conduct
An approved security industry organisation is an organisation recognised by Victoria Police to provide support and professional development to industry
Approved security industry organisations are able to provide the mandatory professional development courses needed to hold a business licence.
The purpose of Australia’s counter-terrorism effort is to safeguard Australia, its people and its interests from the harms of terrorism and violent extremism. This will be achieved through: countering violent extremism in all its forms by preventing radicalisation of individuals before an attack takes place, and rehabilitating and reintegrating violent extremist offenders equipping our law enforcement, security intelligence and other operational agencies with the resources and powers to tackle terrorist threats ensuring our counter-terrorism arrangements are resilient, collaborative, consistent and proportionate both nationally and internationally.
Statement provided by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) that states that there may be a terrorist attack in any Australian city at any point in time.
This reflects the advice of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) that individuals and groups continue to possess the intent and capability
to conduct a terrorist attack in Australia. The elevated terrorist threat is likely to persist for the foreseeable future and it is not confined to any one city or metropolitan area.
Key elements that outline more effective security for the country as a whole as well as personal and business measures. Suggestions include but are not limited to: stronger relations, increased information, CCTV cameras, and increased security.
An Act to make provision for the operation of the Australian Crime Commission in the ACT, to repeal the National Crime Authority (Territory Provisions) Act 1991, and for related purposes
An Act to make provision for the operation of the Australian Crime Commission in Tasmania, to repeal the National Crime Authority (State Provisions) Act 1985 and for related purposes
provides an authoritative, trusted and freely available source of knowledge about disaster resilience principles in Australia
aligns national disaster resilience strategy and policy with practice, by guiding and supporting jurisdictions, agencies and other organisations and individuals in their implementation and adoption
highlights and promotes the adoption of good practice in building disaster resilience in Australia
builds interoperability between jurisdictions, agencies, the private sector, local businesses and community groups by promoting use of a common language and coordinated, nationally agreed principles.
Australia’s counter-terrorism objective is to protect Australia, its people and its interests from harm caused by terrorism and violent extremism. This is accomplished in the following ways: Countering all forms of violent extremism and countering the threat of terrorism by preventing individuals from becoming radicalized before attacks occur and by rehabilitating and reintegrating violent extremist perpetrators. Give law enforcement, security intelligence agencies, and other operational agencies the resources and authority to Counter-terrorism agreements are resilient, cooperative, coherent and balanced, both nationally and internationally.
Australia’s counter-terrorism objective is to protect Australia, its people and its interests from harm caused by terrorism and violent extremism. This is done by opposing extremism and radicalism before events are escalated as well as enforcing the law through security and police.
Australia’s counter-terrorism objective is to protect Australia, its people and its interests.
From the harm of terrorism and violent extremism. This is accomplished in the following ways:
1. Combat all forms of violent extremism by preventing individuals from radicalizing before an attack
Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Violent Extremist Criminals
2. Provides resources to law enforcement, security intelligence agencies, and other operational agencies
and powers to counter terrorist threats
3. Ensure our counter-terrorism arrangements are resilient, cooperative, coherent and balanced
both nationally and internationally.
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