In France and within European institutions, the issue of democratic crowd control is currently at the centre of debates, highlighting differences in practices between different countries. For this reason, it has been chosen as the subject of the 2nd meeting of the IPCAN (Independent Police Complaints Authorities’ Network), bringing together counterpart institutions involved in the control of security ethics.


The meeting involved both French and European professionals, members of the police and specialists in the maintenance and restoration of order and representatives of the Council of Europe and of the OSCE, as well as members of the IPCAN. The meeting addressed the techniques and means of action used within several different countries, as well as the problems encountered with regard to democratic crowd control in terms of security ethics, once again taking a comparative approach.

Seminar proceedings, 23th of March 2015


Seminar proceedings, 23th of March 2015
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