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A EUROTR ANSPORT AND EUROPE AN R AILWAY RE VIE W CONFERENCE

ORGANISATIONS joining the 2014 Rail & Public Transport Safety & Security Conference

Dear Colleague, Safeguarding passengers and assets is of paramount importance to all rail & public transport stakeholders. Issues of security are as important today as they have ever been, to infrastructure managers, transport operators, and to passengers. Expectations of high security naturally increase but the economic realities continue to challenge. How then do you continue to deliver secure networks? How do you make sure that security remains high on your organisation’s agenda? And how do you best protect your revenue, your assets, and your passengers?

Cost Efficient Safeguarding of Passengers and Assets Against Threats to Security KEY THEMES FOR 2014 : Unrivalled 2014 Speaker Line-Up Includes GUEST SPEAKER Bob Crow, General Secretary, RMT

Jacques Colliard, Head of Security, International Union of Railways Iain Palmer, Revenue & Security Manager, c2c – National Express Antonio de Santiago Laporte, Industrial Technical Engineer, Metro de Madrid Conor O’Neill, Rail Vehicles Group Manager, NewRail – SecureMetro Project Neville Hay, Detective Sergeant, Counter Terrorism Intelligence Unit, Special Branch, Sussex Police Andy Odell, Police and Security Liaison Officer, Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) Peter Guy, Operational Security & Continuity Planning Manager, Network Rail Christian Schang, Operations Director, SNCF

How do we Better Protect Passengers, Assets & Revenue Against Threats to Security? Reducing Crime on a Shoestring Best Practice in Revenue Protection Countering Terrorism: The Power of Community Engagement Programs and Form sted Partnerships Creating a Hostile Environment Hostile to the Criminal or Terrorist

For the ninth year running, Rail & Public Transport Safety & Security 2014 brings together Heads of Security and Safety from rail and public transport operators, infrastructure managers, transport authorities and security authorities, to present best practice in safeguarding passengers, assets and revenue. Making sure that your network remains hostile to criminals and to terrorists, and assessing the relative benefits of technology or a physical staff presence in deterring and addressing crime are just two issues of massive importance which feature strongly in this year’s programme, presenting world class speakers with extensive experience in protecting transport networks and passengers. And although finding the appropriate technology to solve your safety and security issues is a good start, setting in place the correct organisational support structure and processes in order to respond to an alert is critical. From the UIC, through to Vienna and Madrid metros along with Network Rail and Infrabel, Rail & Public Transport Safety and Security 2014 presents an unrivalled faculty of speakers. Rail & Public Transport Safety & Security, held on 6th March 2014 in London, offers you an invaluable opportunity to address every timely security issue facing you – during the course of just a single day. I look forward to welcoming you to London in March. Yours faithfully,

How do we move Security up the Company’s Agenda? What is the Optimum Balance between Staff and Technology in Addressing Crime, when Weighed Against Challenged Budgets? Next Generation Surveillance: Automating Security Alerts to Mitigate the Human Factor Risk How should Security be integrated within an overall Safety Approach?

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Sarah Gooding Content Director Rail & Public Transport Safety & Security 2014

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Thursday March 6th 2014 Conference Address Bob Crow General Secretary RMT

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Northern Rail: Reducing Crime on a Shoestring Martyn Guiver Head of Crime Management Northern Rail

Successfully Protecting Revenue Iain Palmer Revenue & Security Manager c2c – National Express

Why do Governments and the Public at Large put more Emphasis and Resources on Aviation Security and how do we change this? Plus! – Applying Best Practice from other Transport Sectors to Rail & Public Transport Security Marc Pearl President & CEO Homeland Security & Defence Business Council – USA

Preparing for the Worst - The SecureMetro Project: Outcomes and Recommendations Analysing terrorist attacks on metro vehicles. Mitigating the effects of attack through material choice and design. Blast testing a decommissioned Metro de Madrid vehicle and a blast resilient demonstrator metro vehicle. Analysis of the impact of blast to metro vehicles and future recommendations Antonio de Santiago Laporte Industrial Technical Engineer Metro de Madrid & Conor O’Neill Rail Vehicles Group Manager NewRail – SecureMetro Project

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Countering Terrorism: The Power of Community Engagement Programs and Forming Trusted Partnerships The importance of partnership working How to reduce the threat and manage the risk of security threats by making the environment hostile to the criminal or terrorist How to maximise your security contribution towards the community you work in Encouraging the vigilance of employees Hostile reconnaissance Addressing suspicious activity or behaviour Neville Hay Detective Sergeant, Counter Terrorism Intelligence Unit, Special Branch Sussex Police

Panel Discussion - Effectively Addressing Terror Threats How real is the threat? How do we ensure that security is high on the board’s agenda in the face of few major recent incidents? How do we keep front line staff consistently at the forefront of counter terror activity? Who should be paying to keep the public transport networks safe? Which threat should we actually be tackling? - Balancing compliance with reality What kind of legislation would be helpful? Jacques Colliard Head of Security International Union of Railways Peter Prak Programme Manager – Security ProRail Antonio de Santiago Laporte Industrial Technical Engineer Metro de Madrid Conor O’Neill Rail Vehicles Group Manager NewRail – SecureMetro Project Neville Hay Detective Sergeant, Counter Terrorism Intelligence Unit, Special Branch Sussex Police

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rastru Operators, Transport Authorities & Inf Physical Personnel versus Technology: Assessing the Impact on Crime Against Passengers and Assets How important is passenger perception of safety? What is the optimum balance between staff and technology in addressing crime, when weighed against challenged budgets? Andy Odell Police and Security Liaison Officer Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) Bob Crow General Secretary RMT Dan Taylor Policy and Research Adviser Passenger Focus Peter Guy Operational Security & Continuity Planning Manager Network Rail

The Perfect Front-Line Employee The Role of the Human (Staff) in PT Security What are the Challenges for Operators in Staff Presence, Training and Duties? Customers’ Expectations in their Daily Use of Security Procedures Security expectations are not only fulfilled by technology like CCTV, but also through staff members and adequate background procedures. Operators must be up-to-date with customers’ perceptions of security staff and how they can achieve a secure and service-orientated transport service. Despite possible external threats like terrorist attacks, operators face a high necessity to enable a secure and convenient every day travel for the daily user. Thomas will share Vienna Metro’s strategies for achieving the optimum balance. Thomas Kritzer Deputy Head, Metro Operations Wiener Linien & Chair UITP Security Commission

Protecting Rail Critical Infrastructure Peter Guy Operational Security & Continuity Planning Manager Network Rail & Peter Gibbons Head of Cyber Security Network Rail

Security Technology Focus Next Generation Surveillance: Automating Security Alerts to Mitigate the Human Factor Risk

How do we Better Protect Passengers, Assets & Revenue? How do we protect revenue? How do we address anti-social behaviour? How should security be integrated within an overall safety approach? How do we best address the challenges of mental health issues on the networks? How significant is graffiti to tackling crime? Bob Gough Operational Security Manager Serco Docklands Bart Accou Infrabel Wayne Dixon Head of Station Delivery Tyne & Wear Metro Christian Schang Operations Director SNCF Martyn Guiver Head of Crime Management Northern Rail

Keynote Address Jacques Colliard Head of Security International Union of Railways


Meet the very best of the indust ry all under one roof

Past Attendees Include +Digital Barriers Ansaldo ATM - Azienda Trasporti Milanesi ATOC Axis Communications BAE Systems Detica Black Diamond Security Bombardier Transportation Bosch Security Systems British Transport Police BWCS Calgary Transit Carlisle Security Centro CGI Chicago Transit Authority Community Safety Partnerships Comply-Serve Limited COWI Crossrail DB International DB Regio Tyne & Wear Department of Transport and Main Roads Digital Barriers Digital Grape Business Services DLR - Docklands Light Railway Dutch Railway East Coast Mainline Company EMEF Equipamento Ferroviário

European Commission Fair Trading Tech Federal Public Service Mobility & Transport First Capital Connect First Great Western FluidMesh Networks Flytoget Focon Electronic Systems FPS Mobility and Transports Frequentis FTI Technologies G4S Security Services GESTE Engineering The Go-Ahead Group Grand Central Railway Company Greater Anglia Harrington-Hughes & Associates IHI Corporation INDRA Systemas Infraspeed Maintenance Interfleet Technology Intergraph ISM EuroCenter Keolis Keyhole Security Krakow University of Technology London Underground Merseytravel Metro de Madrid Metro Service

Meyertech Ministry of Transport, Construction & Regional Development Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS) Network Rail NICE Systems NMBS Norwegian Railway Authority NSB AS - Norwegian State Railways ORR OTN Systems Panasonic PKP ProRail Rail & Road Protec RailAlert Railconsult Railway Research Institute RAVE SA RedWeb Technologies Refer Telecom Rhomberg Rail Risco Group Romanian Railway Authority SelectaDNA Senstar Serco Docklands Siemens SL - Storstockholms Lokaltrafik SmartWater Technology Limited SNCB - Holding

SNCF - Infrastructure Sony South West Trains STIB - Societé des Transports Intercommunaux de Bruxelles Sund & Baelt Holding SYRTEM Systra Thales Tracsis Trafikselskabet Movia Trafikverket Transport for London (TfL) Triforce Security Solutions Trueform Tube Lines Ltd Tyne and Wear Metro UIC Zurich Public Transport Veolia Transdev Verkehrsbetriebe Zurich Vertex Systems Engineering Virgin Trains Voice Perfect Limited Výzkumný Ústav Železniční Warsaw Metro Wavetrain Systems Westermo DataCommunications

Unrivalled 2014 Speaker Line-Up Includes

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SUPPORTING PARTNER Sony has been paving the way in industry leading video security for more than 30 years, with a goal of providing specific solutions to suit every application. Equipped with Sony’s cutting-edge image capturing technology and innovative features for effective real-world surveillance, Sony Professional’s extensive range of HD video security cameras provide monitoring solutions specifically designed for the transportation industry. The new X Series versatile cameras are designed with transportation in mind. As well as their vandal resistant IK08 rating and ingress protection (IP66), the X series offers an image stabiliser as standard to ensure clear images are captured even when in motion. Whilst the W Series, with its 30x optical zoom, the industry’s fastest pan speed of 700°/s and highest wide dynamic range (130 dB) known as ViewDR won’t let you down in unclear weather. For more information visit: www.pro.sony.eu/videosecurity

MEDIA PARTNERS

The idea of a conference dedicated just to security issues facing the transit industry was long overdue. The importance of the threats facing the infrastructure combined with the economic challenges most agencies are facing made this a timely and important forum to discuss ways to overcome them. The attendees and the material covered were impressive, and I truly believe this was a worthwhile business investment for our company and our clients.

GUEST SPEAKER Bob Crow, General Secretary, RMT

AlliedBarton Security Services I took the opportunity to make some new contacts and learn about other areas of security that I knew little about. It was a rewarding and broadening experience. The conference was very well done.

Transportation Technology Center, Inc. (TTCI) Jacques Colliard Head of Security International Union of Railways

Peter Guy Operational Security & Continuity Planning Manager Network Rail

Antonio de Santiago Laporte Industrial Technical Engineer Metro de Madrid

Peter Prak Programme Manager – Security ProRail

Dan Taylor Policy & Research Advisor Passenger Focus

Bob Gough Operational Security Manager Serco Docklands

Wayne Dixon Head of Station Delivery Tyne & Wear Metro

Conor O’Neill Rail Vehicles Group Manager NewRail–Secure Metro Project

Christian Schang Operations Director SNCF

Marc Pearl President & CEO Homeland Security & Defence Business Council – USA

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