THE EUROPEAN HOUSE AND INTERNATIONAL PERMANENT OBSERVATORIES FOR MAJOR EVENTS SECURITY IN EUROPE

Jozef Meteňko

Sažetak


The Academy of Police Forces in Bratislava is representing Slovak republic in The House Project, a European platform for the coordination of major events security research in Europe. The project, which involves 24 European Union Member States, is being implemented from March 2012 until February/May 2014. It is the follow-up to two previous European Commission 6 and 7 Framework Program funded projects, EU-SEC and EU-SEC II. Coordinated by the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), the project aims to achieve coordination in the security planning of major events in Europe and contribute towards the adoption of a common policing approach at European Union level. Inside the House project are presented as one from partial results and effective tools for help for management security on major events International Permanent Observatories. Both are useful for relevant measurement for sport, culture, social, political, religious, and other major events in Europe for their secure. The aim of this study is to present the preliminary results of ongoing research study reports significant events that were embodied in the model system recommendations IPO planning and resulting EU projects EU SEC and EU SEC II, as well as The House of the project. IPO program is a “model of security planning” to promote international identification and exchange of best practices. It is a framework for the unification of national approaches to security planning major events. Its aim is to cover areas IPO program and its experts currently consider relevant and urgent. In addition to an infinite number of global threats, policy makers and planners security must deal with issues that are specific to the host country and the specific event for which “security planning model” leaves room. To this end, this report raises questions that should be responsible politicians and planners who are called because of the construction, development and implementation of security programs for the host, safe and reliable major event to provide the necessary support. UNICRI as project manager builds the valuable and useful resource for any Member State to move the international community toward a greater sense of security. The study is a partial output of the research project“ Enhancing European Coordination for National Research Programmes in the Area of Security at Major Events ” (VÝSK. 172) , grant agreement number 285099 in the call 7 Framework Programme of the EU, SEC - 7.1.2011 - 1 Coordination of national research programs in the area of security research (ERA - NET ) for Theme 10: Safety.


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major event ; event mass ; mass event security ; coordination ; organization ; police ; police action ; intervention ; police intervention ; intervention units ; police units; exchange of information

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