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06 July 2015


  • to discuss concrete steps on how hate crimes can be recognised in practice, thereby ensuring that bias motives are taken into account in the process of investigation;
  • to raise awareness on reasons why victims of hate crime do not often report the most serious cases of violence and what can be done to build victims' trust and encourage reporting.
06 July 2015 to 10 July 2015

The aim of this seminar is to enhance safety and security by increasing the effectiveness and harmonisation of policing in football matches with a European dimension.

Participants will be able to:

  • strengthen the international partnerships between the delegations regularly involved in fixtures
  • discuss, critically evaluate and learn from the latest knowledge, research and good practice from across Europe
  • expand the philosophy of safety-oriented public order management and intelligence-based policing
  • develop and enhance international good practice by creating a platform to understand the links between local practices, existing policy, evidence and theory
  • understand the crowd dynamics theory and how it applies to active policing during football events


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European Police College
1066 Budapest
Ó utca 27

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European Police College
1903 Budapest

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