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Tom Lozich

Executive Director

MGM Resorts International Company

HQ Phone:  (702) 693-7120

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MGM Resorts International Company

3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South

Las Vegas, Nevada,89109

United States

Company Description

MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM) is one of the world's leading global hospitality and entertainment companies, operating a portfolio of destination resort brands including Bellagio, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay and The Mirage. The Company opened MGM National H...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Dircetor of Human Resources

The Mirage Casino and Hotel


Mirage Security Director

Nevada Commission


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www.kms.ijis.org

"We've created this platform of sharing information not only among ourselves, but also with the industry and the fusion center," said Tom Lozich, executive director of corporate security for MGM Resorts International.
"We tried to look at the hundreds of positions we have in our company," Lozich said. "Which ones have the greatest opportunity to see as much as a security officer or a person in a surveillance room?" Lozich called it a focused approach in that the valet outside parking cars will see something different than the guestroom attendant on the 33rd floor and should be trained as such. "I call it media touch points," Lozich said. Lozich said it's critical that employees understand that there would never be negative repercussions from reporting something they deem suspicious. "We know, unfortunately, that one bad day for one of us is a bad day for all of us," Lozich said. "That binds us together. Our view is we'd rather report something up front than have to suffer the consequences later. There's been a change in that regard. Lozich said because the industry is the economic engine for the state, Las Vegas is actually like a small community. When Tom Lozich patrolled the Las Vegas streets on New Year's Eve as a uniformed officer, he felt there was a discrepancy between what happened on the streets and what happened in the resort hotels. And he thought that disconnect was dangerous. Now as executive director of corporate security for MGM Resorts International, he and his resort hotel industry partners have averted potential disaster by developing the Unified Intelligence Operation Center, an assemblage of personnel from the various resorts who gather and monitor goings-on inside and outside the resorts. "When I was on the street with [the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department] it was almost as if there was a barrier put up, and what was going on in the hotels wasn't being relayed or communicated back to the street and vice versa," Lozich said. "It's based on the Incident Command System model, which is underutilized by the private sector," Lozich said.


www.kms.ijis.org [cached]

"We've created this platform of sharing information not only among ourselves, but also with the industry and the fusion center," said Tom Lozich, executive director of corporate security for MGM Resorts International.
"We tried to look at the hundreds of positions we have in our company," Lozich said. "Which ones have the greatest opportunity to see as much as a security officer or a person in a surveillance room?" Lozich called it a focused approach in that the valet outside parking cars will see something different than the guestroom attendant on the 33rd floor and should be trained as such. "I call it media touch points," Lozich said. Lozich said it's critical that employees understand that there would never be negative repercussions from reporting something they deem suspicious. "We know, unfortunately, that one bad day for one of us is a bad day for all of us," Lozich said. "That binds us together. Our view is we'd rather report something up front than have to suffer the consequences later. There's been a change in that regard. Lozich said because the industry is the economic engine for the state, Las Vegas is actually like a small community. When Tom Lozich patrolled the Las Vegas streets on New Year's Eve as a uniformed officer, he felt there was a discrepancy between what happened on the streets and what happened in the resort hotels. And he thought that disconnect was dangerous. Now as executive director of corporate security for MGM Resorts International, he and his resort hotel industry partners have averted potential disaster by developing the Unified Intelligence Operation Center, an assemblage of personnel from the various resorts who gather and monitor goings-on inside and outside the resorts. "When I was on the street with [the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department] it was almost as if there was a barrier put up, and what was going on in the hotels wasn't being relayed or communicated back to the street and vice versa," Lozich said. "It's based on the Incident Command System model, which is underutilized by the private sector," Lozich said.


www.rgj.com

Lozich named to security panel
Jim Gibbons has appointed MGM Mirage security director Tom Lozich to the Nevada Commission on Homeland Security. Lozich joined MGM Mirage after retiring from a 30-year career with Las Vegas police, where he rose through the ranks to become assistant sheriff.


www.kolotv.com

Gov. Jim Gibbons has appointed MGM Mirage security director Tom Lozich to the Nevada Commission on Homeland Security.
Mirage security director Tom Lozich to the Nevada Commission on Lozich joined MGM Mirage after retiring from a 30-year career with Las Vegas police, where he rose through the ranks to become assistant sheriff.


www.thereporter.com

Tom Lozich, executive director of corporate security for MGM Mirage, which owns all or part of 11 casino-resorts on the Las Vegas Strip, said all new hires, including parking valets, housekeepers and casino cashiers, are trained to watch for signs of terrorism.


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