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Olympic Games 2004 Security Planning

In expectance of December’s large scale CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear) threat exercise, a workforce of around 41,000 persons (see graph below for statistical breakdown), received training in order to undertake the venture of security for the 2004 Olympic Games. The Greek Police (Ministry of Public Order) had the overall coordination of the event and set up the Olympic Games Security Directorate (OGSD), which will provide a secure environment to 202 delegations from participating countries: 10,500 athletes; 6,700 team and technical officials; 21,600 media representatives; 5,800 IOC (International Olympic Committee), NOC (National Olympic Committee), and VIP’s; and 35,000 sponsors. Planning covers 126 Olympic venues, 28 sports, and a host of cultural events in Athens, in the four Olympic cities, and in all of the Greek prefectures and major urban centers. 2004 Olympics and Security Planning PDF Report

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