The Bottom Line
- This Wednesday at 15:00 p.m., Laurent Nunez will take the floor to detail the security plan established for the Paris Olympic Games. In particular, the different planned perimeters will be presented.
- What are the cordoned perimeters? Are there any exceptions and derogations? What arrangements are planned for the Opening Ceremony? The prefect of police unveiled the main lines in the Parisien-Aujourd'hui en France this morning, before continuing the explanations at this press conference.
- On average, 30,000 law enforcement personnel will be deployed across all Olympic venues on a daily basis. A large-scale system.
Four levels of driving restrictions established
Four different perimeters have been drawn around the Olympic venues, Club France, the media centre, the athletes' village and other places of festivities. The restrictions will be proportional to the proximity to the sports venue.
A derogation necessary for free movement
Some areas of Paris, mainly around the Olympic venues, will be closed to vehicles during the Games. Exemptions will be required for vehicles allowed to pass through it.
"All security perimeters have been established," the police chief said
Ahead of this press conference, Laurent Nunez unveiled the contours of this device during an interview with Le Parisien-Aujourd'hui en France.
Hello everyone and welcome to this live broadcast dedicated to the press conference of the Prefect of Police Laurent Nunez, who will detail the security arrangements planned for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.