Nice | Torino | Liège

Protect Allied Cities against TErrorism in Securing Urban aReas

Nice | Torino | Liège

Protect Allied Cities against TErrorism in Securing Urban aReas

Annual meeting in Edinburgh

On Thursday the 20th of February, the experts, associated cities and consortium were invited for the annual meeting organized in Edinburgh. The specific objective of this annual meeting was to gather project’s consortium, Experts Advisory Committee and associated...

Nice European Week of Security

The first European week of security was organized in Nice from the 14th to the 18th of October 2019. During this week, 3 events were organized simultaneously in the city: - A specific 3- day academy training session dedicated to 45 police officers from 15 European...

The Local Governance Workshop in Nice (12th and 13th of December)

On Thursday the 12th of december, the experts, the associated cities and the Sustainable Design School (SDS) were invited for the Local Governance Workshop organized in Nice to visit the equipments built on the promenade des Anglais. The visit began by a short...

The project’s objective

The objective is to improve cities capacity to secure their urban areas against terrorism.

Partners

PACTESUR’s consortium involves three flagship cities (Nice, Torino, Liège) committed to strengthening their cooperation and having convergent strategies on urban security and three partners (ANCI, EFUS, NCA).
10 more cities will be selected and directly engaged as associated cities by the end of February 2019.

project based on four pillars

in-depth reflection

An in-depth reflection on standards, legal frames and local governance

specialized training

The development of specialized training for local security operators

awareness-raising

The awareness-raising of citizens and politicians on their role on prevention and as security actors

identification

The identification of the most adapted local investments for securing open and touristic public spaces by sharing field experience

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