Concerts, public gatherings and sporting events
Public gatherings, such as festivals, concerts, various symposia, sports competitions, fashion and other events are regulated by the Public Gatherings Act, which stipulates under which conditions gatherings can be organized.
To organize a public gathering, an organizer must ensure the safety of each visitor, which is why security attendants are engaged. When registering the public gathering at the police, the organizer must, among other things, define the number of attendants, including the personal information about each attendant.
Already at this initial stage, Partner Zaštita helps its users carry out the registration of a public gathering and define the necessary number of security attendants that the police deem acceptable – considering the number of visitors and the nature of the gathering.
Each gathering security demands individual approach and a detailed security plan, based on which the optimal number of attendants is determined to ensure a safe gathering.
Security officers and attendants are specially trained in accordance with provisions on the Public Gatherings Act and the Act on the Prevention of Violence at Sporting Events and ready to carry out safety measures at all types of events:
- Inspect people entering the event facilities and temporarily confiscate forbidden items
- Detain an armed or dangerous visitor until the arrival of the police
- Refuse to admit a person that they think might pose a threat to peace and order, particularly if intoxicated
- Direct the movement of visitors based on organizational needs
- Use metal detectors to prevent bringing in forbidden items
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