Integrating public behaviours into operational responses to crisis situations: A way to improve security of major events?

Abstract : The recent terrorist attacks, which affected France, shown the international sports and festive events have been established as symbolic targets by terrorists. Following these attacks, from the minute according to the disaster, populations, victims and witnesses, were also the first links of the chain of help and solidarities. These behaviors are not intuitive for the professional services, for whom the population would give invariably to the panic and to the indifference. Based on this postulate, the prevention plans do not count on the action of civilians and try to keep them distant. This paper will present the stakes of including population in the emergency management preparation and in the operational behaviors to respond to the crises, in particular within the framework of safety measures organized during big events. This paper proposes at first a state of the art of the behavioral trends of populations facing disasters. Then, a second part approaches the perspectives of research for the area and the evolutions anticipated by the French doctrine on the horizon of the 2024 Olympic Games
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Paul-Henri Richard, Patrick Laclemence, Audrey Morel Senatore, Guillaume Delatour. Integrating public behaviours into operational responses to crisis situations: A way to improve security of major events?. Routledge. Hosting the Olympic Games Uncertainty, Debates and Controversy, 1st Edition, 2019, 978-0-367-22396-0. ⟨10.4324/9780429274695⟩. ⟨hal-02297541⟩

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