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Published on Apr 15, 2015
The Association of Contingency Planners Webinar Series is sponsored by Continuity Housing. Global business leaders gathered at the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2014 predicted that bloody protests, civil unrest and collective violence would be the most significant risks facing governments and businesses. True to their prediction, protests in Ferguson, New York City, Hong Kong and elsewhere proved dangerous, disruptive and challenging to civil society and business operations. An understanding crowd psychology and crowd physics is essential to effectively planning for and responding to collective actions. This 75-minute presentation will help leaders and decision-makers form accurate behavioral assumptions for managing the impact of collective actions directed at their communities and organizations. This will be a live simulcast of the ACP Connecticut monthly chapter meeting. About the presenter: With more than 25 years' experience in front line crisis intervention, Steve Crimando, Principal at Behavioral Science Applications, is an internationally known consultant and educator specialized in the application of the behavioral sciences in homeland and private security, violence prevention, and disaster response. Presented and recorded on 15 April 2015.