Nice | Torino | Liège

Protect Allied Cities against TErrorism in Securing Urban aReas

Nice | Torino | Liège

Protect Allied Cities against TErrorism in Securing Urban aReas

1st annual meeting in Gdańsk

The 1st Annual Meeting of the Expert Advisory Committee and the Associated Cities will occur in the city of Gdańsk the 4th and 5th of July.During this event, the committee will work on specific topics of the security of urban public spaces that are Information sharing...

Workshop about Italian best practices – the 16th of May

The 16th of May, in Turin, it will be held a workshop on emergency management during public events. The workshop is organized by A.N.C.I. Piemonte in cooperation with the City of Turin and aims at exploring the state of the art in Italy about the following...

The official launch of PACTESUR project

The official launch of PACTESUR project gathered about fifty persons in the CUM on Thursday the 28th of March.Representatives of the consortium, the associated cities and the project’s partners met in the CUM, the 28th of March 2019 for the kick off meeting.Under the...

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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