Webinar: Case study - handling of Christchurch terrorist attack trial
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In 2020 the Canterbury Justice Precinct handled an unusual incident in response to the Christchurch Terrorism attack; the high profile sentencing of Mr Brenton Tarrant. The preparations, delivery and stand-down generated unexpected operational, logistical and BCP considerations.
This session will present the traditional BCP abilities of the Justice Precinct and the changes needed to deliver the high-profile case.
The speaker is Alan Warne.
Over twenty years in IT, across several different sectors, took him around the world before Alan settled in NZ. Initially working in software houses, then to the recipient side of the fence, IT Management. Most recently he left IT to look after operational technologies (OT) in Property and Facilities.
His involvement in the Canterbury Justice Precinct started in 2012 as the IT representative for Environment Canterbury Regional Council, with the role of moving Canterbury Civil Defence into the new facility and establishing the Emergency Operation Centre. After rehousing Civil Defence, he moved to working for the Ministry of Justice property group to remain in the precinct. This role focuses on building technologies and OT business continuity.