GIS, Security and Resilience
Protecting People and Places
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The importance of People and Place
Chapter 2 Understanding contemporary security challenges in the Built Environment
Chapter 3 Data and Information: Preparing for and Responding to Complex issues
Chapter 4 The importance of Location in Protecting People and Place
Chapter 5 Understanding Spatial Relationships
Chapter 6 Protecting People and Place through Spatial Analysis
Chapter 7 Protective Security and the Built Environment
Chapter 8 Operational Response in Protecting People and Place
Chapter 9 Understanding Future Risk of Complex Security Challenges
Chapter 10 Conclusions
Dr David McIlhatton leads on specialist security and resilience related research and development at Ulster University with core expertise in protective security.
Dr David BaMaung served as a police officer within Strathclyde Police for 30 years. After retiring from Strathclyde Police, Dr BaMaung joined the newly amalgamated Police Scotland as a Counter Terrorism Security Advisor within the then Special Branch.
Margaret Lada currently serves as a Senior Analyst with Chenega International in Dubai, U.A.E where she focuses on the role of information and communication technologies in countering emerging threats. As part of this work Miss Lada has lead studies examining the tactics used by groups such as ISIS, Al Qaeda and Boko Haram.
Dr Rachel Monaghan is a senior lecturer in Criminology at Ulster University. Her PhD was from the University of Reading, England and examined the phenomenon of single-issue terrorism. She has been researching terrorism and political violence in the United Kingdom for nearly twenty years.