TAG Event Security Planning


Shareholder meetings and company sponsored events are a more likely target today than ever before. Whether you’ve dealt with it yet or not, you should know that TAG has been dealing former employees and others attempting crimes in these settings for 30 years.

And if you operate or host events at sports and entertainment venues, convention centers, arenas, parade sites, hotels, shopping malls, or other heavily populated venues, you need to accept that these have all become increasingly attractive targets for both individual criminals and terrorists.

If you’re ready to re-examine your existing security efforts and consider enhancements to fortify the safety and security of your events, TAG has just the program for you.  If you’ve worked with TAG before, you know that our experts have no equal, and event security is no exception to this generalization.

TAG’s Event Security Specialist, Ray May, (FBI, ret.), has over 30 years of on-point security and law enforcement experience, including program oversight of the National Joint Terrorism Task Force (NJTTF) and major roles in planning security for the 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, and 2006 Olympic Games; the 1996 Democratic and Republican Conventions; the 1997 Presidential Inaugural; the 1998 Super Bowl; the 1998 World Commonwealth Games, Malaysia; the 1998 World Cup, Paris, France; the 1999 Turnover of Hong Kong to the Republic of China; the 2000 World Cup, Seoul, Korea; the 2004 and 2006 G8 Summits; the 2007 Pan American Games, Rio De Janeiro; the 2007 World Boxing Championships; the 2008 APEC Meetings, Lima, Peru; the 2011 AFC Asian Cup, Doha, Qatar; the 2011 Southeast Asian Games, Jakarta, Indonesia; the 2015 Pan Am Games, Toronto, Canada; the 2011 FIFA Under 20 World Cup, Bogota, Columbia; the 2012 Summit of the Americas, Cartagena, Columbia; and many more major corporate and sporting events around the world.

Mr. May will work with your corporate security team, venue security personnel and appropriate law enforcement agencies anywhere in the world to assess selected venue sites for annual shareholder meetings and corporate events, to provide security gap analysis, and to provide specific recommendations to address potential threats and vulnerabilities. 

Simon Levshin