USC Price School of Public Policy

Southers Keynote Speaker at EASAC Event

Southers Delivers Keynote at European-American Sheriff’s Advisory Council Event

Erroll Southers Erroll Southers, associate director of the CREATE Homeland Security Center at USC and adjunct professor of the Price School of Public Policy, was the keynote speaker at the eighth European-American Sheriff’s Advisory Council and European Consular Corps event.

Southers’ remarks – “Counter-Terrorism: The Human Element” – focused on the importance of understanding adversarial decision making in developing counter-terrorism and counter-radicalization strategies.

The council is comprised of representatives from many of the 49 national communities of Europe present in Los Angeles County. It meets regularly with leaders of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department in an effort to foster strong communication and good relations between the department and the European American communities.