The Impact of Strategic Planning on Institutional Integration Toward Patrimonial and Perimeter Security Planning of the 2016 Olympics Games
After the legacy of September 11, 2001, and subsequent terrorist attacks during sports events, such as the London (2005) bombings, is evidenced in the increased security measures put in place at major sports events. Heightened attention to safety management and public concern about possible threats and perception of risk has now become a fundamental component of the planning and risk management strategies for sports events. To deal with this issue, this study aims to systemize and develop the strategic planning process for security operations of the gaming facilities and to the public in general within the games perimeter, during the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. We took basis on MCDA-C (Multi-Criteria Methodology Decision Support - Constructivist), to develop a system capable of promoting the institutional integration of Brazilian security forces to ensure the public and playing field's safety, as well as the games perimeter and public and private property used for the 2016 Olympic Games. The system starts with a business environment analysis, and service requirements analyzes, and, with the MCDA-C’s assistance, a relevance matrix was constructed, and, from it, resources and operations plans were set. Finally, the Olympics Games Rio 2016 strategic security operations plan results were discussed.
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