How to build the security of tomorrow in large cities?
It is to answer this question that Toulouse hosted one of the 5 stages of the security conference this Friday. A day of consultation between different actors: municipal police, national police, justice, associations. A brainstorming of several hours to bring out proposals to submit to the presidential candidates
Five steps to germinate proposals
Before Toulouse there have been Besançon in recent weeks and Cherbourg then there will be Metz on January 26 and Marseille on February 16.
The preparatory days for the security meetings are consultation days organized by the France Urbaine association, which brings together the cities of more than 100,000 inhabitants.
The participants in Toulouse, around thirty, are day-to-day security actors: elected officials, magistrates, lawyers, police officers, gendarmes, representatives of the judicial protection of youth, of the penitentiary service for integration and probation and of the association France Victims. With a few guests from Nîmes and Clermont-Ferrand.
If Toulouse is the host city, it is because the mayor Jean-Luc Moudenc is vice president of the France Urbaine association, currently acting president, and because the city presents itself as a pioneer in security :
She signed with the state 15 months ago, the very first integrated security contract, allowing the arrival of 111 additional police officers in the city, she is also a pioneer for video verbalization and the fight against rodeos with radars anti-noise.
The proposals resulting from the security meetings will be submitted to the presidential candidates on 3rd of March in Creusot in Saône-et-Loire.