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Patron Management Institute

The Patron Management Institute (PMI) is dedicated to providing the highest quality training for those front-line staff members who work directly with patrons. The training program was developed by an internationally recognized advisory board specialized in crowd management, facility safety, patron management, and instructional design to make sure each training module addresses specific industry needs. Through undertaking and passing the training program, and subsequent shadowing requirements, employees/students can become Certified in Patron Management (CPM) and become Patron Leaders.

LAPD: 76 arrested after Lakers celebration turns ‘confrontational, violent and destructive’

LAPD: 76 arrested after Lakers celebration turns ‘confrontational, violent and destructive’ Cassandra Negley Writer Yahoo Sports October 12, 2020 after a celebration of the Los Angeles Lakers championship turned into “confrontational, violent and destructive behavior,” the department said.” data-reactid=”16″>The Los Angeles Police Department arrested 76 people after a celebration of the Los Angeles Lakers championship turned into “confrontational, violent and destructive behavior,” the department said. took to the streets around Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles after the Lakers dominated Game 6 to win their 17th NBA title on Sunday night. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti repeatedly asked fans not to do so due to COVID-19 safety regulations, but they did anyway and created problems.” data-reactid=”17″>Lakers fans took to the streets around Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles after the Lakers dominated Game 6 to win their 17th NBA title on Sunday night. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti repeatedly asked fans not to do so due to COVID-19 safety regulations, but they did anyway and created problems. LAPD: Buildings damaged, officers injured in Lakers celebration The LAPD gave an update Monday morning on Twitter saying there were 76 total arrests for vandalism, assault on a police officer and failure to Keep Reading

Manchester Arena Inquiry: Terror threat ‘not adequately assessed’

Four risk assessments carried out prior to Manchester Arena attack “failed to adequately assess” the terror threat at the venue, an inquiry has heard. Security expert Colonel Richard Latham said the risk of a suicide bombing at a venue like the Manchester Arena should have been “crystal clear”. The terror threat level at the time of the 2017 bombing was classed as severe. The public inquiry, scheduled to last into next spring, is looking at events before, during and after the attack. Twenty two people were killed and many more injured when Salman Abedi detonated an explosive as fans left the Ariana Grande concert. What is the Manchester Arena inquiry? The inquiry, which is taking place at Manchester Magistrates’ Court, heard how Mr Latham along with Dr David BaMaung have jointly analysed more than 1,000 documents relating to the Manchester Arena attack. This has accumulated in three reports, which review the adequacy and effectiveness of security at the arena, what lessons ought to be learned and what changes need to be made. image copyrightGMP image captionSalman Abedi was caught on CCTV in the City Room just seconds before he blew himself up The owners of the arena, SMG, had responsibility Keep Reading

Police kick out entire SMU student section

Police kick out entire SMU student section for ignoring social distancing, mask guidelines Jack Baer ·Writer Sat, October 3, 2020, 7:09 PM EDT The SMU student section experienced an early exit during Saturday’s game against Memphis, according to Sam Blum of the Dallas Morning News. Police reportedly kicked out the entire section early in the first half after a large crowd of students congregated near the end zone. The vast majority of students were not wearing masks, and social distancing guidelines were obviously not being followed. Police officers reportedly approached the perimeter of the crowd and started instructing students to leave. It’s unclear if the police department had made the decision to remove the students or were told to do so by SMU. A large group of students reportedly remained at the top of the hill next to the end zone, but was eventually gone by the start of the second half. SMU athletic director Rick Hart had previously pledged to tighten up its social distancing rules after similar behavior was seen during the Mustangs’ home opener last week. Hart promised to “significantly” increase the security personnel on site. From SMU: Whether you attended in person or watched online, you Keep Reading

When will concerts return to Connecticut? Phase 3 OKs live music with unknown limitations

When will concerts return to Connecticut? Phase 3 OKs live music with unknown limitations By Michael Hamad Hartford Courant | Jul 04, 2020 As coronavirus cases surge across the country, Gov. Ned Lamont pushed back aspects of Connecticut’s reopening Thursday, bringing more uncertainty to the question of when live music might return to Connecticut stages. “I do think that indoor venues will be able to open in Phase three,” David Lehman, commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development, said Tuesday. “The real question, if we move forward, is capacity. … When you start talking about events at the XL Center or other large indoor events where there’s a high risk of co-mingling, I don’t think that’s going to happen given the risk profile.” Advertisement 00:00 On Wednesday, Gov. Ned Lamont indicated he might “pause” Connecticut’s reopening and “err on the side of caution,” as COVID-19 cases surge in other states. Lamont, who has been among the country’s most cautious governors in moving to reopen, did not allow the state’s bars to reopen and said Thursday they would likely not reopen this summer. The Phase three reopening slated for later this month was to include bars, indoor event Keep Reading

What fans need to know about coronavirus

From MLB By Andrew Simon @AndrewSimonMLB March 21, 2020 Major League Baseball, in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, has suspended the remainder of Spring Training games and has delayed the start of the 2020 regular season. The decision came after discussions with all 30 teams, as well as the MLB Players Association. While the season initially was delayed for two weeks, it was pushed back further on Monday, in response to updated recommendations issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which urged a restriction on events of more than 50 people for the next eight weeks. “MLB will keep fans updated on decisions regarding plans for the 2020 schedule in the days and weeks ahead,” the league stated in a release. “The Clubs remain committed to playing as many games as possible when the season begins. We will continue to monitor ongoing events and undertake the precautions and best practices recommended by public health experts, and urge all baseball fans to follow suit. MLB extends its best wishes to all the individuals and communities who have been impacted by the coronavirus.” For the players preparing for a new season, and the fans excited for Opening Day, Keep Reading

Game Zero: Spread of coronavirus linked to a Champions League game in Italy on Feb. 19

By Tales Azzoni and Andrew Dampf Associated Press | Mar 25, 2020 It was the biggest soccer game in Atalanta’s history and a third of Bergamo’s population made the short trip to Milan’s famed San Siro Stadium. Nearly 2,500 fans of visiting Spanish club Valencia also traveled to that Champions League match. More than a month later, experts are pointing to the Feb. 19 game as one of the biggest reasons why Bergamo has become one of the epicenters of the coronavirus pandemic — a “biological bomb” was the way one respiratory specialist put it — and why 35% of Valencia’s team became infected. The match, which local media have dubbed “Game Zero,” was held two days before the first case of locally transmitted COVID-19 was confirmed in Italy. “We were mid-February so we didn’t have the circumstances of what was happening,” Bergamo Mayor Giorgio Gori said this week during a live Facebook chat with the Foreign Press Association in Rome. “If it’s true what they’re saying that the virus was already circulating in Europe in January, then it’s very probable that 40,000 Bergamaschi in the stands of San Siro, all together, exchanged the virus between them. As is possible Keep Reading

What really happened with the Barstool Storm Chasers at the UConn game

March 9, 2020 What really happened with the Barstool Storm Chasers at the UConn game By Sean Janos Sports Thursday night at Gampel Pavilion, the Huskies upset No. 21 Houston on their senior night in one of the team’s biggest wins of the season. However, a lot of media attention went toward the three men from Barstool Sports who were there “chasing a storm.” The three men, Adam Ferrone, Caleb Pressley and their producer Andrew Enriquez, who goes by “Chef Donnie,” were arrested and removed from the game early in the second half. All three were charged with criminal trespassing. Pressley and Enriquez were also getting charged with interfering with an officer. Ferrone and Pressley, known by their fans as “Storm Chasers,” travel to basketball games across the country looking for a home underdog to upset a ranked opponent. As is customary in a lot of these upsets, they try to storm the court with the student section, hence why they call themselves Storm Chasers. I spoke to Ferrone, who goes by “Rone,” shortly after they were released from the UConn Police Station Thursday night. “We are on a country wide-journey called Storm Chasers. What we do is we go from Keep Reading

Massive brawl breaks out at end of Kansas-Kansas State game

Ryan YoungWriter January 21, 2020 The end of No. 3 Kansas’ 81-60 win against Kansas State did not go well on Tuesday night at Allen Fieldhouse. Instead, the blowout rivalry game ended in an all-out brawl. As Kansas started dribbling out the clock while holding a 22-point lead in the final seconds, Kansas State’s DaJuan Gordon stole the ball and started dribbling down the court in an effort to secure one last layup. Kansas’ Silvio De Sousa, however, sprinted behind Gordon and came up with a massive block as he attempted the layup, sending Gordon down into the baseline. Almost instantly, both teams swarmed the scene on the baseline, which sparked the wild brawl that spilled down into the crowd and media section underneath the basket. Several punches were thrown in the incident, and De Sousa even picked up a chair at one point, though it was taken away from him before he could do anything with it. It took several arena staff, coaches, police officers and even cheerleaders to break up the fight. After things had settled, both teams were called back out from the locker rooms and one-tenth of a second was added back onto the clock. Kansas Keep Reading

Teen facing murder charge after victim shot at Dallas high school basketball game dies

BILL HUTCHINSON January 19, 2020 Teen facing murder charge after victim shot at Dallas high school basketball game dies originally appeared on abcnews.go.com A 15-year-old boy arrested in a shooting that broke out this month at a high school basketball game in Dallas is now facing a murder charge after one of the victims died from his wounds, police said. The victim, 18-year-old Marc Strickland, died at 2:59 p.m. on Saturday, a week after being rushed to a hospital with a bullet wound to the chest, according to the Dallas Police Department. Charges against the suspected gunman, whose name was not released because he is a juvenile, were upgraded to murder, police said in a statement. Strickland was a former student in the Dallas Independent School District and had recently transferred to a charter school, Dallas education officials said. The shooting unfolded on Jan. 11 during a game between South Oak Cliff and Kimball high schools, prompting players and coaches to duck for cover and fans to race for the exits, video of the incident showed. A Dallas Independent School District police officer was grazed by a bullet when she attempted to confront the gunman, police said. The shooting erupted Keep Reading

Dodgers Fan Sues Team for Alleged Lack of Security Leading to Assault

The lawsuit states Dodgers security did not take steps to ensure the plaintiff’s safety. By City News Service • Published at 5:52 pm on December 5, 2019 A Dodgers fan who alleges the team provided inadequate security and a lack of uniformed Los Angeles police officers the night he was beaten by two other men inside Dodger Stadium during an extra-inning playoff game in 2018 is suing the National League team and his two alleged assailants. Milton Flores’ Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit names as defendants Los Angeles Dodgers LLC, Guggenheim Baseball Management LP, Guggenheim Baseball Management GP LLC and the two alleged assailants, Robert and Jaime Joe Berumen. The suit does not state the relationship between the Berumens. The suit filed Wednesday seeks unspecified damages. A Dodgers representative did not immediately reply to a request for comment. The suit states that “upon information and belief” Dodger Stadium has the highest crime rate of any Major League Baseball venue. The team previously staffed security with off-duty uniformed Los Angeles police officers and both sworn and non-sworn security guards, the suit states. The team decreased security in 2004, possibly because of former owner Frank McCourt’s financial troubles, the suit states. Four Keep Reading

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