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LECMgt is Headed to Germany

Dr Roger Mason has been invited to address the 2016 International Competitive Intelligence Conference in Bad Nauheim, Germany April 19-22. The conference is being sponsored by the Institute for Competitive Intelligence. Dr. Mason will be speaking on the use of war gaming for competitive intelligence. http://conference.competitive-intelligence.com/agenda.shtml

SCIP European Summit 2015

Dr. Roger Mason was a presenter at the Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP) European Summit November 2-4 in Madrid, Spain. The conference attendees included intelligence professionals from corporations across Europe. The theme of the conference was Game Changers. Dr. Mason’s topic was the use of war games to determine possible courses of action (COA)…

LECMgt at Juan Carlos University

Dr. Roger Mason was a guest of the Center for Intelligence Services and Democratic Systems (SISD) at Juan Carlos University in Madrid, Spain. Dr. Mason was invited to present a seminar on war gaming and intelligence analysis by Dr. Ruben Arcos who is the Deputy Director of the Center. SISD offers a master’s degree program…

University of Hawaii at Manoa Holds Hurricane Exercise

This year LECMgt has completed an evaluation of the UH Manoa’s emergency exercise program. The campus is developing a multiyear exercise program. LECMgt has been contracted to design three exercises for the first year of the program. Hurricanes are always a possible threat to the Hawaiian Islands so the first exercise involved hurricane management. The…

Creating a Campus Police Advisory Board Part 2

Creating A Campus Police Advisory Board Part II: Developing the Function and Role of the Advisory Board Roger Mason Ph.D. Note: This article is a follow up to the first article titled Creating a Campus Police Advisory Board. Introduction: Once a campus has established their campus police/public safety advisory board the next step is developing…

Roger Mason Reports on Georgetown Conference

While none of the PAXsims editors were able to attend the recent International Conference on Exercises, Games, and Simulations for Intelligence and National Security held at Georgetown University on 24-25 March, Roger Mason provided a short report on the day. See here: https://paxsims.wordpress.com

Creating a Campus Police Advisory Board

The history of individuals organized into a group to advise local police departments is long and interesting. Some of the earliest attempts at involving persons outside police departments in decision and review activities came from major police departments in cities in the northeastern United States. Today many municipal and campus law enforcement agencies have some…