EIRP Proceedings, Vol 13 (2018)

Organizational and Operational Management in Mass Control

Petronela-Adelina Renea

Abstract


The nature, complexity and scale of crisis situations, as well as the organization of crisis responseinterventions or associated responsibilities, require the planning and deployment of prevention actions and, inparticular, post-event in all environments, in a unique management and coordination system. In order for theintervention structures to perform their missions, they must have a common, simple planning and executionframework capable of synchronizing the actions of the entities within each category of intervention forcesinto standard multifunctional operating procedures. The modernization and efficiency of the interventionstructures for the control of the behavior of persons, groups and multitudes is achieved by harmonizing theinternal legislation with Community and international humanitarian law, improving the independentpreventive-action and managerial forms, and procedures in cooperation with other state institutions and theimprovement of international police cooperation. Social situations exert significant control over humanbehavior. The actions and reactions of the individual to the stimuli in a particular social environment aredetermined by the forces and constraints specific to that environment to a much greater extent than would beexpected if only the intimate personality of the person concerned were to be considered. Even aspects thatseem trite, insignificant, can cause major changes in the behavior of people in a particular social situation.

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