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Police Policy & Planning Subcommittee. http://fairfax2015.com. 10. 50 . 60 . 70 . 4,000. 12,500. 30,000. Event Days: June 26 – July 5, 2015. Venues located throughout the region. Sporting Events. ID: 757729

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METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTSPolice Policy & Planning Subcommittee

http://fairfax2015.com

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1050+60+70+

4,00012,50030,000

Event Days: June 26 – July 5, 2015

Venues located throughout the region

Sporting Events

Countries RepresentedVolunteer WorkforceAthletes Expected to CompeteVisitors to the Region for the Games

Projected Game Numbers

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Scope of Event Indicators

Number of competitors registered:

1,942

Many NCR public safety agencies represented

Potential future swell from team numbers

Number of countries represented:

37

Notable concentrations:

USA, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, India, Finland, Spain, Sweden, N. Ireland

Social media / online presence

Website Page Views:

9,400,000+ (Past 28 Days)

Twitter Followers:

21,000 +

Facebook Likes:

74,000+

Hotel rooms booked:

6,500+ Room Nights Booked

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COG Member Agency Registration Participation

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Scheduled Major Events

Opening Ceremony

RFK Stadium on June 26, 2015

Anticipate 40,000+ to attend

Athlete Village

Reston Town Center

Athlete Registration, Entertainment, Medals Presented

Closing Ceremony

Wolf Trap on July 5, 2015

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Events & Venues in NCR6

Fairfax City

Firefighter Muster

Cycling Race

Loudoun County

Badminton

Bowling

Cycling Challenge

Golf

Ice Hockey

Paintball

Indoor Soccer

Outdoor Soccer

Arlington County

Ice Hockey

Prince William County

Cycling

Ice Hockey

Rifle - Large Bore

Golf

St. Mary’s County

Motocross

Prince George’s County

Dragon Boat Racing

Washington DC

Opening Ceremony

Beach Volleyball

Town of Herndon

Bench Press

Push - Pull

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Angling

Archery

Athlete’s Village

Baseball

Basketball

Biathlon

Billiards

Bodybuilding

Boxing

Crossfit

Clays

Closing Ceremony

Cross Country

Cycling Sprint Event

Darts

Dodgeball

Flag Football

GolfHalf MarathonHonor GuardIce Hockey

Indoor VolleyballLacrosseMartial ArtsMotorcycle Street

OrienteeringPolice Action PistolPolice Pistol CombatRifle AirRifle Small Bore

Rowing

Rugby

Service Dogs

Skeet

Softball

Stair Race

Swimming

Table Tennis

Tennis

Toughest CompetitorTrack & FieldTrapTriathlonTug of WarUltimate Firefighter

Weight LiftingWrestlingWrist Wrestling

Sporting Events in Fairfax County

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Anticipated Impact in Region

Increased demand for lodging near venue sites

Increase in persons attending 4

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of July festivities in region

Increased patronage of businesses near venues, lodging & WPFG events

Potential VIP / Dignitaries to attend

Increased use of mass-transit

Increased international media coverage

Airport travel increase prior to June 26

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and following July 5

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Traffic & Parking Issues

Associated with Opening & Closing Ceremonies

Associated with major spectator events or events requiring road usage

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Security Posture will be “Welcoming and Inviting” Security Steering Committee Established Security Plan Incorporates 3 Prongs:Community EngagementRegional Law Enforcement and

Private Security PartnershipsRobust Contingency Planning

DHS Designation - Special Event Assessment Rating (SEAR 2)

Fairfax County Police Staffing Modifications

Department going to A/B 12 Hour Shifts

Leave Restricted, Training Postponed, Limited Court DocketsIn history of the WPFG no specific threats ever directed at the Games

Security

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Ongoing Security ResponsibilitiesInfrastructure & Asset ProtectionCredentialing / Access ControlCrisis Management PlanningCoordinate Dignitary / VIP Protection

Explosive Device / Suspicious Package ResponseCoordination on Fire/Life Safety/HAZMAT/OEM ItemsIntelligence Gathering

Inter-agency Communication & Coordination

Emergency Messaging System

Training of Security Personnel

IED, Legal, TECC Refresher, Counter-Surveillance, Venue CoordinationTransportation / Traffic PlanningVenue Security PlansAirspace / Drone Considerations

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Operational Services

Weapons –

600+ competitors will participate in 8 shooting events in 3 jurisdictions

Processing ATF Importation Waivers

State Department Notifications

Legal Consult to LE and Sports Coordinators

Firearm storage program during Games

Airport

Coordinate with CBP, Airport Manager’s Office, Airport PD ref Weapon Imports

Greeters for incoming athletes in secured areas

Volunteer Background Checks

Embassy Liaisons

Incident Tracking & Special Services

Fleet Management & Drivers

Transportation

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 Private CitizensVisiting / Off-Duty

US Law EnforcementForeign Athletes

Open Carry

of a Firearm

Lawful except:

18.2-308.2 Convicted Felons18.2-283 Places of religious worship during services18.2-308.1:4 Subjects of a protective order18.2-287.01 In airport terminals18.2-308.7 By minors, unless a hunting rifle

18.2-283.1 In a courthouse

18.2-308.1:3 Subjects of a TDO, involuntary treatment, etc.

Lawful

 

Prohibited by FCPD SOP 04-002

-If in Fairfax County, off-duty Fairfax County Police personnel shall carry only an approved weapon, concealed.

Generally, non-immigrant aliens are prohibited from possessing firearms or ammunition.

VA (18.2-308.2:01)

US Title 18 USC 922(g)(5)

 

US Title 18 USC 922(y)

A non-immigrant alien registered to attend a shooting sports event such as the 2015 WPFG may:

*Rent/borrow a firearm for sporting purposes (includes shooting & ceremonial).*Bring a firearm & ammo into the US if they obtain a Temporary Import Waiver from the ATF. Generally this covers them to/from the airport, lodging, sporting contests and storage locations. The weapon and ammo cannot stay in the US after the Games end.Concealed Carryof a Firearm18.2-308: It is unlawful to hide a pistol or revolver from common observation without a Concealed Carry Permit (18.2-308.01). Hidden from common observation includes when it is observable but carried in a manner that disguises the weapon's true nature. 18.2-308.014, VA Reciprocity rule for holders of permits issued outside of VA – Currently recognized states: AK, AZ, AR, DE, ID (enhanced only), FL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MI, MN, MS, MT, NE, NM, NC, ND, OH, OK, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, WA, WV, WI, WY.Law Enforcement Safety Act of 2004 (HR 218) allows qualified current and retired US LEOs to carry a concealed firearm. Active personnel must have a photo ID issued by their agency on their person while in possession of a firearm.

Retired LE must carry photo ID from agency they retired from and possess a certification confirming qualification within 12 months. LEOSA doesn’t cover all permit exemptions.

Private Property Establishments

Open to the Public

Open Carry & Concealed Carry are permitted, but establishments can prohibit firearms verbally or by signage. Can’t carry concealed & consume alcohol - 18.2-308.012

Establishments and places of public assembly have the right to deny entry to persons in possession of a firearm not engaged in duties

At public, private or religious schools; on grounds, at school events or on buses

18.2-308.1

Class 6 Felony unless unloaded, in a closed container, in a vehicle. Includes unloaded shotgun or rifle in a rack.

Persons with a valid concealed handgun permit may possess a concealed handgun while in a vehicle in a parking lot, traffic circle, or vehicular ingress/egress point.

Lawful

Transportation

in Vehicles

Generally, persons without a concealed carry permit transporting firearms between home and a place of purchase or repair, range, gun show or training class must have weapons unloaded and secured while transporting weapons hidden from common observation - 18.2-308(B)

Lawful

No requirement to be in performance of duties.

Retirees carrying solely under LEOSA are not protected by the LE exemption in VA Code – must have VA or reciprocal permit.

18 USC 926A: Transport permitted if gun is unloaded and not readily accessible – can’t be in glove box or console.

If under the Influence of Alcohol, Drugs or Impairing Medication

18.2-308(J)(1): Class 1 Misdemeanor to be intoxicated while in possession of a firearm.

18.2-308.4: Simultaneous possession of a firearm while in possession of a controlled substance.

Law Enforcement Safety Act of 2004 (HR 218) specifically removes the privilege of carrying a firearm when impaired (stricter standard than intoxication).

Prohibited

Weapon w/ Suppressor, 20+ round Magazine

Folding stock, Shotgun w/ 7+ round capacity

Prohibited in public places in the Cities of Alexandria, Fairfax, Falls Church, and the Counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, or Prince William.

Law-enforcement officers must be acting in performance of their duties; also applies to persons engaged in lawful hunting or lawful recreational shooting activities at a range or shooting contest.

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Command & Control Elements

Regional Operation Centers

Game Operation Center (GOC)

Unified Command Post for Athlete’s Village

Venue Teams (Police & Medical)

Security Liaisons for Outside Jurisdictions

Unified Command Post for Closing Ceremony

Master ICS formatted IAP w/ Venue Operations Plans

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Leveraging TechnologyHISN

(Homeland Security Information Sharing Network)Alerts / Doc Sharing/ Mapping / IM (HSIN Chat) / Web Conferencing

ArcGIS

Layered Mapping / Routing / Drop pins / embedded video/photos

Social Media Monitoring

Currently reviewing options for monitoring planned protests, threats, anti-police sentiments, etc

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CAD Event Types & Designators

PFG Designators for Police / WPFG Designators for Fire

WPFG & WPFGOJ for Events in Fairfax County & Outside

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Reston Town Center – Athlete’s Village

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Reston Town Center – Athlete’s Village

Temporary Structures

Cruiser Staging

Casualty Collection

Evacuation Routes

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Reston Town Center – Athlete’s Village

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Reston Town Center – Athlete’s Village

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Regional Operation Centershttp://fairfax2015.com

Regional Hospital Coordinating Center (RHCC)

George Mason University, NoVA Community College EOC

Northern Virginia Traffic Operations Center (TOC)

Local Emergency Operations Centers

Arlington, Loudoun, Fairfax County, City of Fairfax

District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency

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Coverage Maps and Venue information collectedFRD Communications and Radio System ManagersInteroperable CommunicationsICS 205 and ICS 205A provided dailyGOC

MedicalSecurityTransportation

Venue / Sports Manager

NCR & VA Communications Cache Assets

Communications Support Units

Coordinate with Logistics to address cellular coverage issuesCommunications

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Medical Staffing at Venues

Medical Team at each Venue Site

Medical Venue Managers oversee medical teams at venue sites

Medical Cluster Managers

oversee medical teams at a group of sites

Hydration Plan

Bottled water for athletes and staff

Water for sale for spectators

Misting tents

Medical Tents/Tables

Will be at every venue

Some will be air conditioned

Information Pamphlets

List of local medical facilities

Hydration tips

Bug and snake safety tips

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WPFG Emergency Alert Messaging

User Groups:

Athletes

Medical volunteers

WPFG Staff

General Volunteers

4 key events meriting messages be sent to all Groups:

1. Event Cancellation

2. Imminent Severe Weather

3. Major Transportation Incident

4. Potential/Confirmed Instances of Intentional Harm or Hazards

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Tracking Athlete Involved Incidents

GOC / WPFG Commanders notified of:

Serious injuries, crime victimization, deaths, arrests, involved in police CFS

Anticipate 5 – 10 injury transports per day during competition

Field sports such as soccer, lacrosse & flag football have most injuries

Cycling and Motocross are most “dangerous”

FRD has system to track

athletes who self-report to hospital

ISS & IAB will be engaged as needed for competitor-related incidents

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TimelineJune 22, 2015: Athletes begin to arrive at Reston Town CenterJune 24, 2015: 1st Operational Period begins/ Command Post active 1800June 26, 2015: Game Operations Center opens at 0600June 26, 2015: 6 events during day, Opening Ceremony at night at RFK

June 27 – July 5: Ongoing sport competition daily (approx. 0800-2200)Athletes in transit starting at 0530 July 1, 2015:

Busiest sporting event day – 33 venues active in NCR

July 4,

2015:

Independence Day Holiday – only 8 events July 5, 2015: Only 4 events but one is the Half Marathon in RestonJuly 5, 2015: Closing Ceremony at Wolf TrapJuly 5, 2015: Game Operations Center shuts down at 2359July 7, 2015: Reston Command Post demobilizes at 0500

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Thank you for your time Questions & Discussion


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