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Maritime Security 2014 Caribbean - Nassau Bahamas

Maritime Security 2014 Caribbean will be held in Nassau, Bahamas from 29th to 30th October.

Maritime Security 2014 Caribbean is the second installment of the Maritime Security Caribbean program series, building upon the success of last year’s event in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands by uniting law enforcement agencies and maritime stakeholders from twelve countries and overseas territories.

Maritime Security 2014 Caribbean is an interactive learning and collaborative experience. The event will be a hybrid of conference and workshop. Panels will comprise a mix of experts / policymakers of Caribbean maritime security and boots-on-the-ground practitioners that personally deal with the maritime security challenges daily. Interactive conversation amongst the panelists and audience will allow for an exchange of ideas and perspectives across a wide spectrum of experiences.

Maritime Security 2014 Caribbean is poised to deliver actionable, realistic solutions to make the most of asset capacity and capability currently possessed by governments and law enforcement entities of the Caribbean. The event stresses the need for collaboration, creativity, best practices, and tools to enhance maritime security.

To be effective, this message must be conveyed across rank and duty, from the highest levels of leadership to the security operations personnel to achieve collective and mutual understanding. Maritime Security 2014 Caribbean is designed for an audience as diverse as the problems it intends to address. All stakeholders are invited to participate; from government, military and police leaders, to security operations personnel, to port authority and critical infrastructure associates.

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Topics to be discussed include:-

  • Effective law enforcement with limited resources
  • Enhancing international cooperation and asset-sharing
  • Building of force multipliers by engaging non-traditional stakeholders
  • Surveillance technologies and platforms
  • Collaboration and information sharing platforms and technology
  • Cruise and marina infrastructure protection
  • Critical infrastructure protection
  • Natural disaster response best practices
  • Building and enforcing security zones and barriers

Further topics to be added prior to event


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