Policing major events: THE HOUSE project documentation available
Documentation related to ‘Enhancing European Coordination for National Research Programmes in the Area of Security at Major Events – The House’ is now available to CEPOL registered users.
The House – a project funded by the European Commission – involves the testing of the provision of coordination standards during major events in Europe. These standards concern key areas which were identified as commonalities of interest as being the basic constituents of major event security planning in Europe requiring further coordination. After the elaboration of these standards in previous projects (most notably EU-SEC and EU-SEC II) their provision is now being tested in The House project.
The project involves a Consortium of 24 European Union Member States and will contribute to the elaboration of a common European major events security planning framework and will facilitate the adoption of a common policing approach at European Union level. These two objectives are in full compliance with the provisions of the EU’s main strategic priorities in this field, in particular the Stockholm Programme and Internal Security Strategy, which seeks ‘more effective European law enforcement cooperation’.
CEPOL registered users may access documentation at the dedicated e-Net page.
For further information, visit The House project website.
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