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    POLSECURE 2023 in Kielce

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    The next edition of the exhibition POLSECURE addressed to officers of various services will take place next week in Kielce. During the fair, there will be a presentation of the equipment at the disposal of the Border Guard and a conference with the participation of directors and experts from the most important divisions of the Border Guard.

    The second edition of the POLSECURE Fair, held under the Honorary Patronage of the Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration, is once again being organized with the support of the Main Police Headquarters. The strategic partner of the event is the WB Group.

    From 25 to 27 April 2023

    Scheduled to take place from April 25 to 27, 2023, the POLSECURE Fair will be an excellent opportunity to get acquainted with the offer of companies specializing in the production of special equipment, personal protection equipment, rescue equipment, communication software, command and control, and monitoring. It will also be an opportunity for sharing experiences and discussing the real needs of uniformed services.

    the POLSECURE Fair is dedicated to all services responsible for public safety, including the Police, Border Guard, Fire Brigade, as well as the State Protection Service and the Prison Service. Special services, the National Tax Administration, and rescue organizations such as GOPR, TOPR, WOPR may also be interested in the offer. the POLSECURE Fair 2023 will also have an offer directed to medical rescuers.

    As during the previous edition, the exhibition will be complemented by an international conference organized by the Police Headquarters. On the first day, the speakers will focus on “Police Actions on the Eastern Border of Poland” and “Victim Identification Certainty – The Role of the DVI Team at Mass Casualty Sites.” The second day of the conference will be devoted to topics such as “From Concept to Implementation – Comprehensive Solutions for Motorcyclists in Polish Road Traffic Police,” “Counteracting Threats from Unmanned Aircraft,” and “Innovation and Human Capital Building for Combating Cybercrime.”

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