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Super Bowl Super Communications – Super Bowl 42 (XLII). The Secret? Great Group Coordination. Overview of Super Bowl XLII. 300+ personnel working interior 500+ personnel working exterior 600+ specialty personnel available 60+ agencies involved in planning

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    1. Super Bowl Super Communications – Super Bowl 42 (XLII)

    2. The Secret? Great Group Coordination

    3. Overview of Super Bowl XLII • 300+ personnel working interior • 500+ personnel working exterior • 600+ specialty personnel available • 60+ agencies involved in planning • 24+ months of planning & preparation • 8 Interoperability Meetings specifically related to Super Bowl • 90+ attendees, 50+ agencies represented

    4. Super Bowl XLII Public Safety Communications Commission Presentation Denny Bennett, Glendale Police Department Jesse W. Cooper, Phoenix Police Department January 22, 2008

    5. SBXLII Resource Workgroups (22) • Air Assets (DPS) • Tactical (GPD) • EOD (PPD) • HazMat (GFD) • Traffic (MCSO) • Escorts (DPS) • Dignitary Protection (DPS) • Mobile Field Force (PPD) • Public Health/Hospitals (PFD) • Emergency Management (ADEM) • Intelligence (DPS) • Mass Arrests (MCSO) • Investigations/Evidence (ATF) • Media (PPD) • Credentialing (DPS) • Off-Duty Employment (MCSO) • Supplemental Staffing (GPD) • Public Safety External Liaison (GFD) • Interoperability (GPD/PPD) • Infrastructure Protection and ACTIC (PPD) • Fire/Rescue (GFD) • Federal Workgroup (FBI)

    6. Agency/Venue Participation • Arizona Cardinals • Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center • Arizona Department of Emergency Management • Arizona Department of Homeland Security • Arizona Department of Public Safety • Arizona Public Service • Arizona State University • Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms • Avondale Police • Buckeye Police • Bulletproof Securities • Chandler Police • Creative Communications • Customs Border Protection • Drug Enforcement Administration • El Mirage Police • Federal Bureau of Investigation • Gila River Police • Gilbert Police • Glendale Fire • Glendale Homeland Security • Glendale Police • Glendale Transportation • Global Spectrum • Goodyear Police • Immigration Customs Enforcement • Luke Air Force Base • Maricopa County Department of Emergency Management • Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office • Maricopa County Wireless • Mesa Fire • Mesa Police • Motorola • NFL • Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee • Peoria Information Technology • Peoria Police • Phoenix Fire • Phoenix Information Technology • Phoenix Police • Pinal County S.O. • Pro-Em (Traffic) • Public Safety Communications Commission • Rural Metro Fire • Salt River Project • Scottsdale Fire • Scottsdale Police • Southwest Ambulance • Sprint/Nextel • TSA/FAMC • Surprise Police • Tempe Fire • Tempe Police • Tolleson Police • US Marshall’s Office • Westgate • Wickenburg Police • Youngtown Police • 91st Civil Support Team

    7. Interoperable Communications • Operational Considerations • Utilized previously formed committees and workgroups (DOJ, UASI, Regional 800 MHz, etc.) • Leveraged existing relationships • Engaged new participants (law enforcement, fire/EMS, federal/state/county/tribal/local, military, private sector business, etc.) • Ensured that operational requirements were the top priority (operational workgroups advise communications personnel of their needs and we attempt to meet them) • Followed NIMS protocols

    8. Interoperable Communications • Technical Considerations • Utilized several radio systems for the event week (Phoenix/Mesa for wide area use, Glendale for local use, DPS for air operations, AIRS for back-up) • Various system usage also spread capacity use among several systems • Due to disparate systems in use, programming of interoperability talkgroups a key technical requirement to allow users from various agencies to have interoperable communications (programmed Phoenix/Mesa interoperability zone and Glendale’s primary zone into numerous agency radios)

    9. Interoperable Communications • Technical Considerations Continued • Utilized gateways (Cisco IPICS) in a limited capacity • Moved away from patches to more shared talkgroups for better performance • Worked with wireless providers to coordinate mobile COWS • Close engagement with the NFL Game Day Coordination (GDC) group for frequency coordination and radio tagging • Obtained cache radios for agencies that could not program 800 MHz talkgroups into radios

    10. SBXLII Operations

    11. Major Venue Sites • Phoenix Hyatt Regency • Phoenix Convention Center (Media Center) • Westin Kierland Resort (AFC team – Patriots) • Tempe (AFC & NFC practice sites) • Wild Horse Pass (NFC team - Giants) • Sky Harbor International Airport • NFL Experience • Super Bowl XLII

    12. Unified Joint Operations CenterArizona Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum

    13. SBXLII TFR Overview • 2 Nautical Mile Radius (NMR) Ring from 1300 Local – 1500 Local • 10 NMR Inner ring to 30 NMR Outer ring restrictionsfrom 1500 local – 2230 local • To view the NOTAM please visit www.faa.gov

    14. Lessons Learned/After Action • Following the event week, the Interoperable Communications Resource Workgroup will meet on February 7, 2008, to review operations • Information will be presented at the February PSCC meeting

    15. Super Bowl XLII – Game Day

    16. Arizona DPS Officer Using a Motorola XTS-5000

    17. Arizona DPS Officer Using a Motorola XTS-5000

    18. Motorola Cache Radios • Motorola provided over 500 XTS-5000 radios for use by our Public Safety agencies • Programmed with talkgroups from the Phoenix Regional Wireless Network and the Glendale Police Department • Special thanks to Motorola, particularly Larry Mabry and local Motorola staff

    19. Motorola Cache Radios

    20. Motorola Cache Radios

    21. Planning & Preparation • Begin preparing as soon as possible • We began organizing interoperability when the West Valley Law Enforcement Coalition (15 LE agencies) was formed. • This was 2-3 years in advance of Super Bowl • If possible, run the event like an expanded regular game (already have plans & SOP in place) • We used the NFL’s Phoenix Cardinal, NCAA Fiesta Bowl and the BCS Championship football games as “practice” for the Super Bowl

    22. The Crowd!

    23. Glendale Police, Phoenix Police, Arizona DPS

    24. Planning Considerations • Plan for close Law Enforcement/Fire/EMS integration • Coordination w/Fire & EMS was a weak link • Identify funds as soon as possible • More importantly, who pays & how • System key sharing requires a lot of planning • Governance • Get this worked out NOW • Funding source • Someone has to step up and make it happen • Programming • We contracted Motorola to program over a thousand radios

    25. CBP & Glendale SWAT

    26. Medical & Public Safety Aircraft

    27. Additional Considerations • Be aware of NFL requirements • Radio “tagging” • NFL “War Games” • Workgroups • NFL Frequency Coordinators • National Incident Management System (NIMS) compliance

    28. NFL “Media Wars”

    29. Tactical Operations Center

    30. Emergency Operations Center

    31. Communications • Talkgroup planning must be considered far in advance of the event • Very difficult to coordinate and meet the needs of so many sub-committees • Local coverage versus wide area coverage requirements • Communications must take a lead role

    32. Be prepared for an extremely loud environment!

    33. EOD Officers & Bomb Robot

    34. Glendale PD w/Patriots Team

    35. Talkgroup Planning • 61 “Known” Talkgroups for law enforcement & fire

    36. Arizona DPS & Stadium Security

    37. Arizona DPS & Glendale Fire

    38. Area Surrounding the Stadium

    39. Several Off-Site Parking Areas

    40. Final Thoughts • Be flexible! • Federal Agencies requirements • Joint Operations Center (JOC) • NFL requirements • Special Operations requirements • Tactical Operations Center (TOC) • Example: Homicide investigation across the valley

    41. Questions?