Focus Session: Managing Your Tall Ship Event -Security and Safety Should be the First Priority

11 Jan

Managing Your Tall Ship Event -Security and Safety Should be the First Priority

Updated 3.7.2013

Presenters: Steve Sutch, State Security and Investigative Services (click here for the presentation)
Joseph Kruszynski, Customs and Border Patrol (click here for the presentation)

Session Description:

Why should security and safety be the primary focus when planning a Tall Ship event? Why is it important to develop a partnership with the public sector law enforcement and emergency response stakeholders?  This session will focus on security and safety planning and how it interacts with other stakeholders.

Biography of Speakers

Joseph Kruszynski

Deputy Patrol Agent in Charge Joseph Kruszynski entered on duty at the El Centro, CA. Border Patrol Station in May of 1997.  He was promoted to the rank of Supervisory Border Patrol Agent at El Centro in 2003 and transferred to the Wellton, AZ. Station in 2005 as a supervisor.  He returned to El Centro in 2007 and was promoted to Field Operations Supervisor.     Mr. Kruszynski was reassigned to the Calexico, CA. Station in 2008 where he served until his promotion to Deputy Patrol Agent in Charge of the Erie Station in 2010.

Deputy Patrol Agent in Charge Kruszynski was assigned to different special operations while serving on the southwest border, including the Mountain Disrupt Unit, Anti-Smuggling Unit, and Sensor Technologies. He also served in the United States Navy from 1986 to 1990 where he was a pilot rescue swimmer and signalman.

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