PACTESUR – European Week of Security – Turin, October 2020

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The European Security Week
Torino, 2020

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In the framework of the PACTESUR project, the city of Turin (IT) is pleased to invite you to the second European Week of Security, which will take place on 19-23 October, 2020. Given the COVID-19 situation, the event will be held online. 

This year, the programme includes topics such as terrorist threats, crisis and emergency communication, design and management of urban security, the use of digital tools and the impact of Covid-19 on the management of public spaces. 

A partner in the PACTESUR project, Efus has organised several sessions in which representatives of the Expert Advisory Committee and the Associted Cities will be sharing their experiences in the protection of public spaces across Europe.

You can follow the on-line session in Italian, in English or in French.

>> Please note that you have to register seperately for each session <<<

The Programme

2020-10-19 Opening

> 14h30-15h30: Opening remarks The PACTESUR project and the role of the Cities

  • Chiara Appendino, Mayor of Torino
  • Anthony Borré, Deputy Mayor for security and safety, City of Nice
  • Willy Demeyer, Mayor of Liège, President of the European Forum for Urban Security (Efus)
  • Andrea Corsaro, President of ANCI Piemonte
  • Emiliano Bezzon, Chief of the Local Policeof Torino
  • Moderated by Luca Guglieminetti, Expert Pool Member, Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN)

15h35-16h: The terrorist threat and the Covid-19 impact

  • Edoardo Mattiello, ANCI Piemonte Expert for Urban Security

>16h-16h45: Innovation & Urban Security 

  • Marco Pironti, Deputy Mayor of Torino for Innovation and Smart Cities
  • Michele Pianetta, Vice President of ANCI Piemonte for Innovation and Smart Cities
  • Emiliano Bezzon, Chief of the Local Police of Torino

> 16h45-17h15: Q&A / Closing remarks

  • Luca Guglieminetti, Member of the expert poll at Radicalisation Awareness Network

>>> REGISTER <<<

2020-10-20 Communicate Security and Safety

> 9h30-10h45: Opening remarks: Emergency and Crisis Management: The Role of Communication

  • Claudio Corradino, Mayor of Biella, Vice president of ANCI Piemonte
  • Paolo Marchioni, Mayor of Omegna, Vice president of ANCI Piemonte
  • Maurizio Vitale, President of Turismo Torino e Provincia
  • Moderated by: Isabelle Abrate,  Safety and Security Communication Expert, PACTESUR Expert Advisory Committee

> 10h45-11h: Municipalities and Big Events in Public Spaces: How to communicate event security and safety to participants and citizens

  • Maurizio Rasero, Mayor of Asti
  • Renata Bianco, Mayor of Barolo
  • Giovanni Fogliato, Mayor of Bra
  • Stefano Sertoli, Mayor of Ivrea

>11h-11h30: The New Governance of Public Events: Two faces of Security

  • Rudy Bonanno, Lead of Public Spaces Governance of the City of Torino

> 11h40-12h30: Roundtable: Emergency Communication

  • Laura Ferraris, Deputy Prefect, Territorial Office of the Government, Torino
  • Marco Gabusi, Assessor for Civil Protection, Regione Piemonte
  • Alessandro Galavotti, Chief editor ANSA Piemonte (National Press Agency)

>>REGISTER <<<

2020-10-20 Particpatory

> 14h30-15h: Opening remarks: Italian Municipalities Case Studies

  • Edoardo Mattiello, ANCI Piemonte Expert for Urban Security
  • Gianfranco Todesco, Chief Commissioner of the Technological Investigations Department, Local Police of Torino
  • Gian Guido Nobili, Head of the Urban Security and Crime Prevention Department, Region of Emilia-Romagna, Coordinator, Italian Forum for Urban Security (FISU), Cordinator of the Italian Forum for Urban Security
  • Moderated by: Isabelle Abrate, Safety and Security Communication Expert, PACTESUR Expert Advisory Committee

> 15h-16h15: Case studies and experience from European cities

  • Bénédicte Biron, Head of Division Security & Safety Plan, City of Liège

> 16h15-16h45: The role of non-conventional stakeholders in the security of public spaces

  • Verónica Neves, Sociologist & Crime Prevention Expert, Lisbon Municipal Police
  • Fernando Gaona de Sande, Police Officer & European Projects Coordinator, City of Xàbia

> 16h45-17h30: Feedback from the City of Nice & Closing remarks 

  • Jean-François Ona, Special Security Advisor, City of Nice

>>> REGISTER <<<

2020-10-21 Threats

> 9h30-10h45: Opening remarks

  • Edoardo Mattiello, ANCI Piemonte Expert for Urban Security
  • Gian Guido Nobili, Coordinator of the Italian Forum for Urban Security
  • Luca Guglieminetti, Expert Pool Member, Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN)
  • Moderated by Isabelle Abrate, Safety and Security Communication Expert, PACTESUR Expert Advisory Committee

> 10h45-11h15: Digital Media & Surveillance: Threats Arising after Covid-19 

  • Daniel Trottier, Associate Professor, Dept. of Media & Communication, Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication

> 11h15-12h: Between safety and security. Social anxiety in COVIDesque public spaces 

  • Mariusz Czepczyński, Cultural Geographer, University of Gdańsk, PACTESUR Expert Advisory Committee

>>> REGISTER <<<

2020-10-21 Digital tools

> 14h30-15h: Opening remarks

  • Franco Carcillo, Data Protection Officer, City of Torino
  • Pietro Pacini, Director CSI Piemonte 
  • Gian Guido Nobili, Head of the Urban Security and Crime Prevention Department, Region of Emilia-Romagna, Coordinator, Italian Forum for Urban Security (FISU), Cordinator of the Italian Forum for Urban Security
  • Moderated by Isabelle Abrate, Safety and Security Communication Expert, PACTESUR Expert Advisory Committee

> 15h-15h20: Significance of the data provided by citizens Applicable tools to the protection of public spaces Social data & other sources

  • Federico Dellanoce, Chief Inspector Local Police City of Turin

> 15h20-15h45: Voluntary Citizens Reporting Tools and their Potential for Public Spaces Protection

  • Monica Visentin, Senior Policy Officer, Unione della Romagna Faentina 

> 15h45-16h30: Privacy protection: the border line between protective measures and individual rights

  • Franco Carcillo, Data Protection Officer, City of Torino

> 16h30-16h45:  Innovative security technologies, infrastructures and regulatory implications

  • Enzo Veiluva, CSI Piemonte
  • Federico Lucia, CSI Piemonte

>>> REGISTER <<<


2020-10-22 EU policies

> 9h30-10h15: Opening remarks 

  • Pier Sandro Cassulo, Vice President of ANCI Piemonte for EU Affairs
  • Marco Giusta*, Deputy Mayor for Youth, Social Inclusion, Equal Opportunities, City of Torino
  • Francesco Farinelli, European Foundation for Democracy, Radicalization Awareness Network pool
  • Moderated by Stéphanie Daher, Expert in Radicalization & Security at the Local Police of Torino

> 10h15-10h30: URBACT Cities’ networks for urban security

  • Simone D’Antonio, URBACT National Point

> 10h30-11h: European Partnership on Security in Public Spaces

  • Sébastien Viano, Director Europe and External Funding, City of Nice
  • Elizabeth Johnston, Executive Director, European Forum for Urban Security (Efus) Florence Cipolla, PACTESUR project coordinator, City of Nice

> 11h-11h15: ISF Police Union Actions and Emergency Assistance

  • Florence Cipolla, PACTESUR project coordinator, City of Nice

> 11h15-11h30: Cicero Project: Counter-Narrative Communication Campaign

  • Francesco Farinelli, EFD Expert

> 11h30-12h: Opportunities from EU-funded Research & Innovation projects

  • Maurizio Spirito, Head of International Trends and Opportunities, LINKS Foundation

> 12h-12h15: UIA Programme for security: experience from TONITE Project

  • Valeria Ferraris, UIA Expert

> 12h15-12h30: Closing remarks

>>> REGISTER <<<

2020-10-22 Emergency Management in urban contexts

> 14h30-15h: Opening remarks

  • Edoardo Mattiello, ANCI Piemonte Expert for Urban Security
  • Gianfranco Todesco, Information Technology expert, Local police of the City of Torino
  • Moderated by Stéphanie Daher, Expert in Radicalization & Security at the Local Police of Torino

> 15h-15h30: Phase I (pre-emergency): The use of IT solutions, evidence and crime science theory for the assessment of terrorism risks in public spaces

  • Paul Ekblom, Applied Criminology & Policing Centre, University of Huddersfield
  • Andrew Newton, School of Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University

> 15h38-16h: Phase II: Transnational cooperation during a crisis. Practical examples and lessons learnt

  •  Yves van de Vloet, Efus & PACTESUR Expert Advisory Committee

> 16h15-16h45: Phase III (after emergency): Post-crisis communication, Key Points and Lessons Learnt 

  • Nicolas Vanderbiest, Operations Manager, Saper Vedere, PACTESUR Expert Advisory Committee

> 16h53-17h23: Feedback on the incident of Tocqueville High School

  •  Eric Esteve, Security Expert, City of Nice

> 17h23-17h30: Q&A / Closing remarks

>>> REGISTER <<<

2020-10-23 Urban planning

> 9h30-10h45: Opening remarks

  • Elettra Bordonaro, Architect and Lighting Designer
  • Rosa Gilardi, Urban Planning Dept., City of Torino
  • Cristiana Rossignolo, Politecnico di Torino – Aurora Lab
  • Moderated by Chiara Lucchini, Architect, Urban Lab Torino

> 10h45-11h15: Security by design placing users at the heart of making our cities

  • Laetitia Wolf, Design Impact Consultant

> 11h25-12h: Security and Public Space : the Role of Urban Planning

  • Karine Emsellem, Professor, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, PACTESUR Expert Advisory Committee

> 12h-12h20: Perception of unsafety vs real unsafety

  • Elettra Bordonaro, Architect and Lighting Designer

> 12h20-12h30: Q&A / Closing remarks 

>>> REGISTER <<<


The PACTESUR PROJECT

  • The project is 90% funded by the DG HOME’s (European Commission) Internal Security Fund (Police Programme)
  • Find out more about here
  • Visit PACTESUR official websiteLogo PACTESUR

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