Professor presents work on public safety at the 28th ISMA-OSAC conference in Buenos Aires

The meeting aims to inform organizations, addressing a wide range of security issues affecting companies, non-governmental organizations, religious organizations and academic institutions with interests in South America.
Public Policy
21 March 2019
Professor presents work on public safety at the 28th ISMA-OSAC conference in Buenos Aires

Marco Tulio Zanini, professor and researcher at FGV’s Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (EBAPE), participated as a speaker at the ISMA-OSAC Regional Conference of Latin America, held in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The meeting, which is in its 28th edition, aims to inform organizations, addressing a wide range of security issues affecting companies, non-governmental organizations, religious organizations and academic institutions with interests in South America.

The conference was held on March 3-5 and was sponsored by the International Security Management Association (ISMA), an international association of companies, in conjunction with the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC), an arm of the U.S. Department of State. The event aimed to discuss the construction of a safe environment for business and for societies in Latin America.

Representatives of multinational companies associated with the United States diplomatic corps, Argentinean authorities and representatives of the countries’ public security forces were present at the occasion. At the meeting, Marco Zanini presented his research work on the formation of special operations police teams and an overview on Public Security in the State of Rio de Janeiro and in Brazil.