Keeping Fans Safe

Miller, Jeffrey B.
November 2010
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Nov2010, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p84
Trade Publication
The article discusses the need to keep the safety of football fans in the U.S. It mentions the Stadium Security and Fan Conduct programs of the NFL Security Department aimed to create a safe environment for every spectator during the tournament of which were supported by the National Football League (NFL) teams under the leadership of Commissioner Roger Goodell. It notes that the efforts to protect fans were designed to establish fan expectations and create a positive environment for them.


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