Public safety policies

Apr 26, 2022 | Transversal

Advance Roundtable 1: "Public security policies".

Analysis of public and private security policies from three axes: the actors, the institutional frameworks (European, state, autonomous and local) and the areas of special interest for these policies. To this end, a theoretical understanding of security / insecurity will be combined with practical knowledge.

ROUND TABLE 1. Transversal -Room 0B - Wednesday 25/05/22: 09:40 - 10:30 h.


The following will participate in the round table:

  • Speaker 1: Rodrigo Gartzia, Deputy Minister of Security, Basque Government.
  • Speaker 2: Isabel Goicoechea, Undersecretary of the Interior, MIR.
  • Speaker 3: Amaia Arregi Romarate, 1st Deputy Mayor and Head of the Citizen Security Area of the City Council of Bilbao.
  • Moderator: José María Ángel Batalla, Regional Secretary of Security and Emergencies of the Generalitat Valenciana.

USEC Bilbao Congress

With the support and participation of the Department of Security of the Basque Government, the Provincial Council of Bizkaia and the City Council of Bilbao, an exclusive and unique congress initiative is born in its transversal format, in which professionals, policy makers and the industry, from the sectors of Security, Emergencies and Mobility, will share a space on a managerial scale, with power of decision and prescription.

The congress will address three main thematic areas: Safety, Emergencies and Mobility, and 86 speakers will offer enriching information and provide useful and applicable knowledge, answers to various research, theoretical and practical, doctrinal and even jurisprudential concerns, of immediate relevance and with a view to the future.

Conferences, cross-cutting round tables, interviews, associative days and technical-operational talks will be offered by and for managers, executives and other actors with decision-making and prescriptive power in the target sectors.

Professional Conferences.

Technical-operational talks.




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