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What are Examples of High-Profile Events?

High-profile events include events in which participants, presenters, or attendees are:

    • Government officials (e.g. sitting and former heads of state, governors, federal judges);
    • Leaders of large organizations (e.g. CEO of a Fortune 500 company, a Catholic Cardinal, the Chair of the NAACP);
    • Well-known celebrities or artists;
    • Highly controversial and likely to attract protest.

They include events that:

    • Have drawn heightened attention on other campuses or in other venues;
    • Have a controversial subject matter likely to attract organized protest;
    • Are likely or intended to garner significant media attention;
    • Expect an attendance of 400 or more people;
    • Discuss sensitive topics surrounding gender-based violence.

High-profile events also include events that have high security measures, such as:

    • UCPD and/or Allied Universal presence;
    • Involvement of US Secret Service or other national, state, local, or foreign security agency;
    • Speakers or guests who travel with personal or private security details.

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