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July 19, 2019

Queuing at Wimbledon: self-regulated crowd control

Managing the line at the tennis event is such a large operation that more than 300 stewards, most of them volunteers, work around the clock to make sure it runs as smoothly as possible.

Kansas City Royals will extend protective netting at stadium

The decision comes after a young fan was struck by a hard-hit foul ball.

NFL: Cowboys’ Elliott won’t be suspended over incident with security guard

Police said the running back pushed a security guard to the ground. Cellphone video obtained by the celebrity website TMZ showed a member of the event staff stumbling over a parking barrier as Elliott ran into him.
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What authorities can learn from the Raptors parade shooting

Despite its “Toronto the Good” reputation, the city has hardly been immune to sports crowd violence. » Read full article

MLSE security director on fundamental changes to sports venues

Kevin Kempcke said security at sporting facilities is “very unique.” » Read full article

Sky high headache for ICC ahead of cricket final

Cricket’s governing body is asking: how can it stop planes flying over World Cup games carrying political messages? » Read full article

Toronto FC suspends supporter group privileges after incident in Ottawa stands

Toronto FC indefinitely suspended recognized supporter group privileges and announced plans for a review of the program after fires briefly burned in the stands during a Canadian Championship game at Ottawa's TD Place Stadium. » Read full article


Location: Chicago, Il.
Date: September 8-13, 2019
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Security Canada Atlantic

Location: Moncton, N.B.
Date: September 11, 2019
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Canadian Security Honours

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: October 3, 2019
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