European Forum for Urban Security (Efus)
Forum européen pour la sécurité urbaine
1987-11 Barcelona Spain
Founded Nov 1987, Barcelona (Spain), as Forum of the Local and Regional Authorities of Europe for Urban Security -- Forum des collectivités territoriales européennes pour la sécurité urbaine. Name changed, to European Forum for Urban Safety, 1992. Present name adopted 1997. Previously also known: under the French acronym FESU; under the Spanish title Forum Europeo para la Seguridad Urbana.
Build up a network of European local authorities - towns, provinces, regions - which implement actions and programmes to fight urban insecurity; prevent and treat delinquency; strengthen crime reduction policies; promote the role of local authorities in national and European policies.
Events2021-05-26 | Nice, France – Conference on Security, Democracy and Cities
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General Assembly (annual); Executive Committee; National Forums for Urban Security (6).
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