Security management of mass events
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In recent years there has been a growing interest in the improvement of the security of mass events. Work on the regulations concerning mass events gained in significance by the multiplicity of occurrence of these events in our country. Mass event is a very large undertaking, which organizer must cope with. The aim of the article is to present legal regulations of issues connected with security of mass events in the range of those involved in the project.
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