New Directions in Urban Security

Date: 
Thu, 05 Mar 2015
Venue: 
Crumlin Road Gaol, Belfast, UK
Type: 
Symposium

Exchange ideas and good practices on dealing with urban security, and learn how innovative thinking and technology can be applied in your area to protect its socio-economic vitality! The security of urban regions is vital to the well-being of its inhabitants and is a crucial factor of performance of the local and national economies. With urban societies becoming more multifaceted, effective and efficient decision making on security and safety affairs has never been as important as now, especially in light of declining resources and new societal risks. At the ‘New Directions in Urban Security’ symposium’, we look at approaches adopted by law enforcement agencies and municipal authorities to improve their urban security, decision making and policy support.

Follow this link to see the programme: http://ulster.ac.uk/besecure/new-directions-urban-security-programme.pdf

Three main reasons why you should attend this symposium:

  • Exciting speakers from various European urban security stakeholders
  • Sharing and discussions of practical approaches to urban security challenges based on best-practices in Europe
  • Networking opportunities for future urban security research

Admission is free, registration at: http://ulster.ac.uk/besecure/ 

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