Journal of Crowd Safety and Security Management
The Journal of Crowd Safety and Security Management – An Online Journal (JCSSM) was an educational, industry oriented journal which is designed to serve as a forum for practitioners, scholars, and students who where actively engaged in the academically fledgling industry of crowd safety and security.
Through the Journals short run (2009-2012) it published essays, discussion and research notes, book reviews, and commentaries. The overriding aim of the Journal was to contribute actively to the professionalisation of the crowd safety and security industry by creating a platform which encourages dialogue between the industry and academia, and promotes research and good practice.
For several years now, we at Working With Crowds have attempted to track down these Journals, to share with the crowd safety community that may not be aware of them. They allowed practitioners to share their thoughts and findings on relevant subjects, issues and improve understanding on crowd safety topics.
In recent years, we have seen less and less involvement from industry in sharing and developing our underpinning knowledge; something this resource would like to see raised again.
Unfortunately there was only ever 4 editions of the Journal and after the assistance of Martin Holmes and Prof. Dr. G. Keith Still, these are now on this page, for access.
(We do not own the rights to any intellectual property of copyright to the Journal of Crowd Safety and Security Management. If you have concerns about the sharing of this property on an online platform, please contact us to discuss the removal of this collection.)
Vol1 No1 2009
Journal of Crowd Safety and Security Management (JCSSM) – An Online Journal, Vol. 1,No.1, 2009, International Centre for Crowd Management and Security Studies
Introduction by Dr Mick Upton
An evaluation of the impact of the Security Industry Authority on the operational effectiveness of close protection operatives.
Has protective security affected the design of superyachts?
Refresher training for Security Industry Authority close protection operative licence holders: a preliminary investigation into key content areas.
Police or stewards: policing inside London premiership football stadia, is it time for a rethink?
Ingress flow rates: a study of events at the NEC arena.
Vol1 No2 2009
Journal of Crowd Safety and Security Management (JCSSM) – An Online Journal, Vol1, No.2,December 2009, International Centre for Crowd Management and Security Studies
Introduction by Professor Patrick Smith
Is physical fitness a necessary requirement in providing personal protection?
Local Authorities and events: the need for standardisation
Anti-social behaviour at major outdoor events
Pre-event crowd behaviour prediction system: a study within concert environment
Festival Campsites: the effects of tent theft
An investigation into key requirements of personal protective equipment in hostile environments
Alcohol Management: boon or boondoggle?
Security Management – will you see it through to the end?
After the Great White tragedy – where now with crowd safety legislation?
Questions to ask during a crowd management case
Vol2 No1 2010
Journal of Crowd Safety and Security Management (JCSSM) – An Online Journal, Vol. 2,No.1, December 2010, International Centre for Crowd Management and Security Studies
An examination of the crowd management of traditional events: prospects for the 21st century
Whose queue is it anyway? a study of responsibilities for post event queuing
A study of psychological health and vetting for armed personnel from the United Kingdom protective security industry working abroad
Stalking and tiger kidnapping understanding the risk
Private military companies in Iraq and control of force: are there conflicting standards within the industry?
Crowds are people too: a deliberately provocative critique-cum-rumination of qualitative methodology and representation in crowd safety and security research Dr. Ben Clayton December 2010
Welcome to the jungle: Is there an unwarranted fear of liability for moshing, crowd surfing and stage diving?
Getting critical: converting experience into understanding
Vol2 No2 2010
Journal of Crowd Safety and Security Management (JCSSM) – An Online Journal, Vol. 2, No.2,October 2012, International Centre for Crowd Management and Security Studies
Introduction by Professor Chris Kemp
Media security: Is the story worth the risk?
The effect of high-speed communication on crowd attendance and behaviour at events
The impact of weather-related hazards on risk assessment strategies for open-air events in Central Europe
A study into competence, training and reputation of event safety stewards in Denmark
An exploratory study into market demand for work-based and e-learning education programmes in Crowd Safety Management
Review of pedestrian and evacuation simulations
Concert patron safety
Simulation-aided planning for events