Cooperation between the Safe Stadium and the Polish Police Headquarters

On 7 December 2023, a working meeting was held at the Police Headquarters in Warsaw to discuss the assumptions and current status of work in the Safe Stadium Project. The meeting was organized in connection with the planned Polish Presidency of the Council of the European Union in 2025.


One of the assumptions of the Polish Presidency is to attempt to introduce recommendations/ recommendations/ directives within the EU on countering CBRN threats in connection with sports and other large mass events. Safe Stadium, with its research findings and developed procedures could support  this initiative. Further consultations and analyses of materials developed by the Project Consortium are planned.

New and Emerging Technologies

The subject of Investigating the Nexus Between New and Emerging Technologies and Major Sporting Event Protection was debated at an on-line conference organized on 22 November by the United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT), in cooperation with International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL)’s Project Stadia.

The event was attended by law enforcement officers, policymakers, practitioners, international and regional organizations, the private sector, academic researchers and civil society As emphasized by the organizers its aim was to promote coordination and coherence to identify new and emerging technologies which may be responsibly leveraged by Member States as an innovative tool for protecting vulnerable targets on the occasion of major sporting events. Therefore, the meeting served as a platform for around 200 participants from all over the world to debate about safety during sport events, as well as, support cooperation between governments and technology companies. We are proud that Safe Stadium project, presented at panel “Countering the use of new and emerging technologies for terrorist purposes against major sporting events” supported the debate.