Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Hostage US- Effective Responses to Kidnapping: Best Practices in Family Support and Hostage Reintegration

EFFECTIVE RESPONSES TO KIDNAPPING: BEST PRACTICES IN FAMILY SUPPORT AND HOSTAGE REINTEGRATION

March 29


(Snippet from the Hostage US website): 

Wednesday, March 29, 2017, New York, NY
Hostage US will hold a daylong seminar in New York focusing on how organizations can effectively respond to kidnapping and the best practices in family support and hostage reintegration.

The seminar will answer key questions facing those responsible for kidnap response with organizations from security, legal, HR and communications disciplines:
What are my organizational and individual responsibilities and legal liabilities in relation to kidnapping
David McCraw, Assistant General Counsel at The New York Times will offer an organizational case study of a kidnapping and outline broader issues of duty of care facing employers.
How can my organization partner with the US Government in the event of the kidnapping of a member of staff or contractor?
Jeff Dubel, Acting Director of the Hostage Recovery Fusion Cell and Julia Nesheweit, Acting Special Presidential Envoy for Hostage Affairs will outline the structures and mechanisms for handling hostage cases within the US Government and how they work with the private sector in the event of a kidnapping.
What does it feel like to experience a kidnapping first hand both as a family member and a hostage?
Kristen Mulvihill and David Rohde were married two months before David was kidnapped and held captive for 7 months in Afghanistan...
Read more and find out how to register [HERE].  

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