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1 Evaluation Meeting on the European Football Championship EURO2004 25 November - Strasbourg EURO 2004

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4 Context Context (1) National engagement: we love football National engagement: we love football Tournament schedule: June 12th to July 4th, 2004 (3 weeks) Tournament schedule: June 12th to July 4th, 2004 (3 weeks) 10 stadia (6 new, 4 remodelled) 10 stadia (6 new, 4 remodelled) New accessibilities and facilities (airports, hospitals…) New accessibilities and facilities (airports, hospitals…) 31 matches 31 matches 16 national teams, 16 accommodation and training sites 16 national teams, 16 accommodation and training sites 8 hosting cities, along the shore 8 hosting cities, along the shore 1,2 million tickets allocated 1,2 million tickets allocated Familiar tourist destination: 16th in world ranking Familiar tourist destination: 16th in world ranking

5 Context Context (2) European peripheral country: longer stays / management of leisure time European peripheral country: longer stays / management of leisure time 10,3 M inhabitants 10,3 M inhabitants 89 000 Km 2 area with 800 km shore 89 000 Km 2 area with 800 km shore Time distances between farthest cities: 580 Km / 5H20 Time distances between farthest cities: 580 Km / 5H20 Good air, road and accommodation networks / infra-structures Good air, road and accommodation networks / infra-structures Schengen country (art. 2.2 Schengen Convention) Schengen country (art. 2.2 Schengen Convention) Land border with Spain Land border with Spain

6 T D O / TOURNAMENT DIRECTION OFFICE

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8 Global security & safety policy Key-concepts New model for stadia security & safety management Private management of security inside the stadia Sharing security & safety responsibilities between organiser and Police Implementing stewarding system Possibility of volunteering system Emergency plans (internal / external) Improve comfort, safety and security in stadia

9 Sharing responsibilities between State & Organiser Society EURO 2004 Portugal 2004, S.A. EURO 2004, S.A. PORTUGAL 2004, S.A. PORTUGAL 2004, S.A.: monitoring & control of stadia and other infra- structures building programme (State: 95%; FPF: 5%) EURO 2004, S.A. EURO 2004, S.A.: design, planning, promotion and organisation (UEFA: 55%; FPF: 40%; State: 5%)

10 REFERENCE LEGISLATION UEFA EURO 2004 Council of Ministers Resolution Council of Ministers Resolution nº 109/2002, JUL24: sets up the Security and Safety Committee for Euro 2004, to coordinate all the bodies and agencies contributing for the security & safety of UEFA EURO 2004. Master Plan for the Security & Safety of UEFA EURO 2004 – approved by the Secretary of State Master Plan for the Security & Safety of UEFA EURO 2004 – approved by the Secretary of State: approved after the final draw of the tournament

11 Council of Ministers Resolution nº 109/2002, JUL24 With a view to follow the supporters in an efficient and safe manner, safeguarding the security and safety of all the participants in the event, the Council of Ministers decided: SECURITY AND SAFETY COMMITTEE FOR EURO 2004 1. To create the SECURITY AND SAFETY COMMITTEE FOR EURO 2004, with the aim to contribute for the security and safety of the event in the following areas: a.Public Security: State b.Private Security: Organiser (EURO 2004, S.A.) c.Safety: SNBPC (Fire & Civil Protection Service) d.Structural and Technological Safety: PORTUGAL 2004, S.A. e.Medical Emergency: INEM (National Institute for Medical Emergency)

12 COMMITTEE Secretary-General of the National Security Coordinating OfficeGeneral Coordinator 2. The COMMITTEE is coordinated by the Secretary-General of the National Security Coordinating Office, which, as General Coordinator, guides the action of: i. National Coordinators i. National Coordinators (also representing their agencies) for: (1)Public Security (1)Public Security (PSP - representative) (2)Safety (2)Safety (SNBPC – Fire & Civil Protection Service representative) (3)Structural & Technological Safety (3)Structural & Technological Safety (PORTUGAL 2004, S.A. representative) (4) Private Security (4) Private Security (EURO 2004, S.A. representative) (5)Administration & Logistics (5) Administration & Logistics (GNR - representative) (6) Medical Emergency (6) Medical Emergency (INEM - National Institute for Medical Emergency representative) ii. Representatives from other Security Agencies: ii. Representatives from other Security Agencies: PJ (Judiciary Police), SEF (Immigration Service), SIS (Security Intelligence Service), DGAM/PM (Maritime Police) and INAC (Civil Aviation National Authority)

13 Prime-MinisterPrime-Minister Minister of Internal Affairs SECURITY AND SAFETY COMMISSION FOR EURO 2004 GENERAL COORDINATOR EXECUTIVE SECRETARY PORTUGAL 2004, S.A. & EURO 2004, S.A. REPRESENTATIVES FROM SECURITY AND SAFETY FORCES AND SERVICES (GNR, PSP, PJ; SEF; SIS; DGAM; INAC; SNBPC, INEM) National Coordinator for Safety National Coordinator for Structural Safety & Technological Devices National Coordinator for Security National Coordinator for Administration & Logistics Administration & Logistics National Coordinator for Private Security Regional Coordinator for Private Security Civil Protection Local Coordinator for Public Security Stadium Security Coordinator High Council for the Internal Security Strategic Guidance Operational Guidance National Level Operations Regional & Local Level Secretary of State of Internal Affairs Coordination Security Forces National Coordinator for Medical Emergency SECURITY AND SAFETY STRUCTURE FOR EURO 2004

14 COMMITTEE: 3. Tasks of the COMMITTEE: Implement General Guidelines according to national and international legislation; Approve the Master Plan and the Security Specific Plans; Advice on Operational Scenarios; Advice on Internal and External Emergency Plans; Approve the Security Perimeters; Advice on Recruitment, Training and Qualification of Stewards; Ensure close Cooperation with Foreign Police Services; Ensure coordination: Organiser, Police & Safety and Local Authorities; Monitor compliance with Security & Safety Laws and Regulations, during construction of EURO 2004 Stadia; Advice on Ticketing Policy (Tickets and Accreditation); Proposition of Legislative Measures...

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16 GENERAL REMARKS Tournament schedule was adapted according to police risk assessment Police profile according to city and match risk assessment General profile: communication, visibility, friendly attitude, but firm and rapid response if troubles occur, using force in a necessary, adequate & proportional way

17 Role of special units: anti-riot, cavalry, dogs, EOD and crime investigation units; additional material and equipment National coordination and cooperation among Police Forces, and Armed Forces, if necessary GENERAL REMARKS

18 1.Gathering /Analyse of intelligence 2. Coordination / Control 3. International Cooperation 4. Police action and intervention Strategic Operacional Tactícal POLICE PERFORMANCE

19 civilian policing low profile policing Intelligence police approach Community policing Stewards ( ARD´s ) active role POLICE ACTION AND INTERVENTION

20 Levels of response I – Support and information II – Deterrence, through presence and attitude III – Intervention, to know and solve minor incidents IV – Repression to reestablish normal situation in a proportional way Policing Operational Model

21 Criteria of response 1 – Prevention 2 – Intelligence 3 – Flexibility 4 – Proportionality Policing Operational Model

22 Security to the 16 National Teams A portuguese liasion officer to each team Hotels and training centres - permanent security Escorts - in every team´s travel Personnal security – deppending on risk assessment Permanent evaluation during the tournament

23 Supporters segregation Ticket electronic validation perimeter Body search perimeter Deterrence perimeter

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25 Additional security measures Terrorist global threat against Western countries No specific nor credible threat against Portugal or the tournament Reinforced security measures and police presence in major places Reinforced personal protection of some national teams Improved intelligence exchange co-ordination: UCAT (National Unit for Anti-Terrorist Co-ordination), EUROPOL, INTERPOL Re-establish internal borders control (Art. 2.2 Schengen Agreement) Armed Forces: reinforce surveillance & logistic assistance to Police Forbid flights over the stadiums, during matches NATO support in air space surveillance (3 AWAC radar-aircrafts)

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27 International Police Cooperation INTERNATIONAL POLICE COOPERATION Structure

28 International Police Cooperation SECURITY AND SAFETY COMMISSION FOR EURO 2004 GENERAL COORDINATOR EXECUTIVE SECRETARY PORTUGAL 2004, S.A. & EURO 2004, S.A. REPRESENTATIVES FROM SECURITY AND SAFETY FORCES AND SERVICES (GNR, PSP, PJ; SEF; SIS; DGAM; INAC; SNBPC, INEM) Police Intelligence Coordination Centre International Police Cooperation PSPInterpolGNRPJSISEuropolSEF

29 Security Com. for EURO2004 CLIP GUIMARÃES CLIP COIMBRA CLIP LEIRIA CLIP AVEIRO CLIP PORTO CC Room CP Faro CC Room CP Aveiro CC Room CP Braga General Coordinator D. Afonso Henriques Municipal Coimbra Magalhães Pessoa Luz Dragão Municipal Braga Municipal Aveiro Intermunicipal Algarve Bessa Alvalade XXI CC Room CP Coimbra CC Room CMLX CC Room CP Leiria CC Room CMPt LEGEND: ______ CCIP Information flow (although not described the CLIPs can communicate directly) ______ Connections Stadia – CC Rooms/CLIPs CC Room Br. Tr. N.º4 CC Room Br. Tr. N.º5 CC Room Br.Tr. N.º3 CC Room GTBraga CLIP BRAGA CC Room GTFaro CLIP FARO CC Room GTAveiro CCIP HQ / GNR CLIP LISBOA HQ / PSP National Centres for Police Information Participating countries Police Information for UEFA Euro 2004

30 PILC PICC NFIP Security Committee EURO 2004 INTELLIGENCE FLOW

31 International Police Cooperation INTERNATIONAL POLICE COOPERATION Role

32 International Police Cooperation EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON SPECTATOR VIOLENCE AND MISBEHAVIOUR AT SPORTS EVENTS AND IN PARTICULAR AT FOOTBALL MATCHES Strasbourg - 19th August 1985 HANDBOOK WITH RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INTERNATIONAL POLICE CO-OPERATION IN CONNECTION WITH FOOTBALL MATCHES Council Resolution of the EU of 6 December 2001 DECISION OF THE EU CONCIL OF 25 APRIL 2002, CONCERNING SECURITY IN CONNECTION WITH FOOTBALL MATCHES WITH AN INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION (Establishment of the NFIP) PREVIOUS EXPERIENCES (in particular Euro2000)

33 International Police Cooperation INTERNATIONAL POLICE COOPERATION GENERAL AIM: To contribute for the security of the event SPECIFIC AIMS: Intelligence gathering Spotting Recognition of high risk fans Crowd control under Portuguese police authority To welcome, orientate and inform the supporters Negotiation / Mediation (?)

34 International Police Cooperation SIZE AND COMPOSITION OF THE POLICE TEAMS CRITERIA: Risk assessment in previous matches & tournaments Previous major public order incidents involving fans Expected presence in Portugal of high risk fans (B / C) Global number of expected supporters in Portugal Previous spotting experience and Knowledge about risk fans

35 International Police Cooperation International Police Delegations

36 International Police Cooperation INTERNATIONAL POLICE COOPERATION Performance

37 International Police Cooperation PICC fixtures Over 1700 PICC Intelligence reports produced 650 Intelligence reports 530 Identification reports 147 Lodging reports 173 Police reports 54 Travelling reports

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39 Main incidents (public order) Confrontations between English supporters and Police. Throw of missiles (JUN12, Rossio Square-Lisbon) English supporters threw gas inside bus (JUN13, Rossio Square-Lisbon) Destruction of fences / barriers (JUN13, motorway and VIP entrance, Luz Stadium-Lisbon) Disorder between English and Russian supporters in a bar (JUN15, Almancil- Algarve) Street disorder and confrontations between English supporters and GNR (JUN15-18, Albufeira-Algarve) Throw of fireworks by Croatian supporters in Metro station (JUN21, Chiado- Lisbon) Disorder by Greek supporters. Throw of missiles against Greek FA personnel, society EURO 2004 and police officers (Luz Square-Lisbon) 18 supporters wounded in confrontations among them and with Police

40 Crime Nationality GERBULCRODENESPFRAGRENEDENGITALATPORCZERUSSWESUI Other TOTAL Illegal ticket selling and speculation 1410163210162025251114103 Participation in riot and other disorders in public areas (1) 60100011530130201170 Invasion of pitch or restricted area 000000200000011005 Use of fireworks004000000000000004 Entry in private area000000004003000004 Insult against police officer 0000110040030114114 Thefts and other property crimes 00000400200000001322 Circulate counterfeit money 020000007000000009 Others00001100410100001624 TOTAL2035189511903134293645 255Arrests

41 Deportations and entry refusals Deportation procedures: 80 5 German citizens, arrested in Oporto for participation in riot; 41 English citizens, arrested in Albufeira for participation in riot and resistance to GNR Entry refusals: 5 357 foreigners (mostly from Brazil, Morocco, Romania and Pakistan), of which a tiny minority with football-related violence record Citizens already reported by their national authorities as troublemakers saw their entry refused at the airports: 8 English and 1 Italian

42 Conclusions Very successful tournament, in terms of general organisation and security Very successful tournament, in terms of general organisation and security Few minor disorders in tourist sites, mostly due to alcohol Few minor disorders in tourist sites, mostly due to alcohol Friendly and festive environment, great fair-play and conviviality among different European peoples: new fan culture Friendly and festive environment, great fair-play and conviviality among different European peoples: new fan culture Motivation and engagement of the vast majority Portuguese people Motivation and engagement of the vast majority Portuguese people Very good sporting results of Portuguese national team Very good sporting results of Portuguese national team Low profile of policing, pre-positioning, gradual and quick response to incidents Low profile of policing, pre-positioning, gradual and quick response to incidents Effective international police cooperation and exchange of police intelligence (exit bans) Effective international police cooperation and exchange of police intelligence (exit bans) New model of security and safety of football stadia, and enhancement of national security coordination New model of security and safety of football stadia, and enhancement of national security coordination

43 THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION !


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