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    ------------------------------ David "Dave" Allison | Director Safety & Security – Facilities & Events Operations | Intercollegiate Athletics | The University of Texas | Office 512-232-6909 | ------------------------------

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    Distancing Management Protocols for Arrowhead Kansas City MO. Good afternoon everyone, if possible, do we have any input about the opening game and if the crowd management processes Thursday night went well in Kansas City? Were all spectators forced or good will to wear the ...

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    Can anyone recommend resources for riot recovery planning? Thanks in advance for your advice! Bill Folk ------------------------------ William Folk Director of Falcon Center Operations Falcon Center, University of Wisconsin-River Falls River Falls WI 7154253854 ----------- ...

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    The first 100 people to register for the National Sports Safety and Security Conference and Exhibition will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a Giannis Antetokounmpo autographed jersey  provided by Title Sponsor Johnson Controls . The Milwaukee Bucks jersey comes ...

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