The Crowd Magazine

Global crowd safety magazine, aiming to be the world-wide voice of the crowd safety industry.

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Year: 2020

Event Security: A Global Career

Steve Coleman, Managing Director at Event Security Management Limited, talks to The Crowd magazine about his experiences over a 20-year…

Edition #5 Statement: The Crowd Magazine

The Crowd magazine is pleased to announce the release of our fifth edition on Friday 18th December 2020. This release…

The UKCMA release statement about the Manchester Arena inquiry

The United Kingdom Crowd Management Association (UKCMA) have today released a statement regarding the Manchester Arena inquiry. The inquest, which…

How do you become a Covid-19 Officer?

Emma Foster, Director at Foster Events & Projects, talks us through her experience acting as a Covid-19 Officer for the first time and the challenge of knowing exactly what this unprecedented role would involve….

The Role Mass Notification Plays in Event Security

Paul Shain, President and CEO of Singlewire Software talks The Crowd magazine through the role that mass notification plays in…

Rock Safely Announce Car Park Panto Partnership

Rock Safely have announced that they’ll once again be teaming up with Coalition Agency for Car Park Panto, a spin-off…

#WeMakeEvents: Global Action Day

A day of action is taking place worldwide today (Wednesday 30th September 2020) to support the struggling events industry. Global…

Opinion: Live from the Living Room

Aysha Dunmore is a freelance writer with an FdA in Music (Performing Arts), with a final major in events from…

Manchester Arena victim’s mother supports ground-breaking counter-terrorism course

Days after hearing harrowing evidence at the Manchester Arena inquiry, a bomb victim’s mother is at the University of Cumbria to support the start of a pioneering counter-terrorism risk management course.

The Drive-in Experience

For those events that are able to go ahead, they’re doing so under unprecedented conditions. One “new” form of entertainment (or old?) is the return of drive-through events.