Steven Moysey, Ph.D. Discusses 2012 London Olympics Security on WCRN
As director of continuing education at Becker College, Steven P. Moysey, Ph.D. is developing workplace education programs and specialized curricula—including terrorism studies and information security—for the Center for Accelerated & Professional Studies.
Moysey was recently asked about how terrorist groups and other threats could impact the 2012 London Olympics. Click the play button below to listen to the interview on the WCRN Morning News with Hank Stolz and Sherman Whitman.
An internationally recognized expert in the field of hostage negotiation, Moysey has been a guest lecturer at several hostage negotiation and counter terrorism workshops hosted by police departments on both sides of the Atlantic and has been interviewed on the BBC television news, CNN, ABC, and several print media outlets. His work on the IRA Balcombe Street siege and the terrorist Iranian Embassy siege in London has appeared internationally in the Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations (Haworth Press). Moysey is the author of The Road to Balcombe Street (Taylor and Francis), which has become a standard reference work for many law enforcement conflict and crisis training programs around the world, and is currently in pre-production as a major Hollywood feature film.